Yard Sale 2024  - Register here! https://forms.gle/T1mmXWmfBL9W1Veh9

The Community Yard Sale Day is Back!

Sign up to have a yard sale at your house, or team up with neighbors! Or just spend the morning strolling through the community and shopping!  We will publish a map of all of the sales and list our event on Craigslist, Facebook, Nextdoor, etc. Yard Sale Day will be held on Saturday, April 27 in conjunction with the Mordecai Plant Sale.

Sign up on this form NOW!  Check back here for a map of the sales. 

—— FAQ/Fine Print below ——

What is yard sale day?
➡️ The goal is to have a bunch of simultaneous yard sales around the Mordecai CAC community. We will also be holding it on the same day and time as Mordecai Historic Park’s Annual Plant Sale. Ultimately we want to increase the appeal to potential visitors so you are more likely to sell your stuff!

-Will there be a community table for those who don’t want to sell in their own yards?
➡️ Unfortunately, no. But we encourage you to team up with your neighbors if you don’t feel you have enough items or time for your own yard!

-Will there be bulk garbage pick-up following the event?
➡️ No. If you need bulk pick-up, you will need to contact the city. More information here: https://raleighnc.gov/landfill-and-reuse/services/special-garbage-collection

-Who is included in the Mordecai CAC Community?
➡️All residents north of Peace Street and south of Atlantic Avenue, between Brookside and West Street, belong to the Mordecai CAC. 

Mordecai CAC neighborhoods:  East Mordecai, Mordecai Place, North Person/Blount, Historic Oakdale, Oakdale at Mordecai, Oakwood (to Boundary St.), The Cotton Mill, The Village of Pilot Mill, Capital Park, Seaboard 

Join us! April MCAC meeting, on Zoom: 

When: Apr 9, 2024 05:30 PM

Register in advance for this meeting:


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Please read  April Mordecai Newsletter for info about our April 9 zoom meeting, Yard Sale Day, Bike/Ped Updates, Text Change info, Plant Sale, Person Street Partnership, Earth Day, Honeybees, and more:   https://mailchi.mp/522ede340643/march2024 

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The Mordecai Community includes several downtown Raleigh neighborhoods, including Mordecai, Oakdale, Pilot Mill, and East Mordecai.

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Meetings are held the second Tuesday of the month, September-June, at 5:30 OR 7:30 PM

 Agendas/minutes/links are emailed in our newsletter.

Meet your neighbors at one of our social events like the holiday social, annual picnic, national night out, and more. 

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The Mordecai CAC kept going after our February 2020 separation from the City of Raleigh CAC structure.  We reorganized and we have a new name, the Mordecai Community Action Coalition. We are still an active member of the RCAC organization, too.  

Neighbors, we hope you'll get involved.

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The Mordecai CAC is the Mordecai Community Action Coalition. We are a coalition of multiple neighborhoods working together to provide ways for citizens to share information, meet each other, and take action in our community. Neighborhoods include: Pilot Mill, Oakdale, Mordecai, East Mordecai, North Person/Blount, Cotton Mill, Capitol Park, and 1/2 of Oakwood.

Please contact chair@mordecaicac.org .

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The Mordecai CAC regularly meets on the second Tuesday of each month, September-June.  

MCAC Newsletters here.

Save Seaboard Train Station: 

Learn more about our preservation work and the Seaboard Station development here. 

The MHPC was formed in May 2021 to explore city tools for making redevelopment in Mordecai more balanced and predictable.

Contact us/get involved: mhpc@mordecaicac.org

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The Person Street Partnership was created to build momentum for our MCAC community business district along North Person Street. 

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For over 40 years, the MCAC has provided ways for citizens to share important announcements, meet neighbors, and learn about interesting community services and programs. We hope that residents from all parts of our community will get involved as we move forward!