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Mordecai Community Action Coalition

Mordecai CAC
The KEY to Strong Community

  • NEXT MEETING: FEBRUARY 9, 7:30PM

Thanks to everyone who joined us for our January meeting. The video is available on our facebook page.

  • Join the Mordecai CAC on Tuesday, January 12 as we learn about the S-Line, a high speed rail project that could have a big impact on Raleigh and on the Mordecai Community! Our featured presenter is Nathan Spencer from WakeUP Wake County.

  • We'll also have a quick MCAC election, a police report, and Person Street update. Register and we'll send you the Zoom link, or just tune in live on the Mordecai CAC Facebook page. Register: https://forms.gle/89pzABNjU5UxragG7

  • January MCAC Newsletter: https://mailchi.mp/51826053b500/jan2021

See you February 9

Next meeting: February 9, 7:30pm
Topic: TBA

Join us: Register and we'll send you the meeting link, or just tune in live on the Mordecai CAC Facebook page. Register: https://forms.gle/89pzABNjU5UxragG7

January Newsletter: https://mailchi.mp/51826053b500/jan2021

Resurfacing work is taking place in the Mordecai neighborhood. Here is the proposed plan and order of paving. This can obviously change depending on weather conditions, vehicles in our way, and potential mechanical issues. We will update this page as info is received:

Street Project Information

Seaboard Station is being redeveloped over time into multiple mixed-use buildings with ground floor retail and structured parking. The first phase will include a 7-story, 298-unit apartment building with approximately 30,000 SF retail. Please visit our FAQ page for more info.

Thank to Rob Steward, John Florian, Micah Kordsmeier, and Trevor Kelly for presenting at the MCAC meeting on November 10, 2020.

You can watch the video here on our Facebook page. (Scroll forward to 7:10)

Mordecai CAC -
The KEY to Strong Community

Recent News from the Mordecai Community Action Coalition: The Mordecai CAC is moving forward after our February 2020 separation from the City of Raleigh CAC structure. We are in the process of reorganizing and we have a new name, the Mordecai Community Action Coalition. Neighbors, we hope you'll get involved. Feel free to email Dana and James at chair@mordecaicac.org if you would like to share your opinions with us or join the leadership team. All are welcome!

News links and recent meeting minutes:


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

More information

Meetings are held the second Tuesday of the month, September-June, from 7:30 PM to 8:30 PM. Currently we are meeting on Zoom.

Agendas/minutes/links are emailed in our newsletter.

Meet your neighbors at one of our social events. We hope to be able to have our holiday social, annual picnic, 4th of July Parade and more next year.

Events Calendar

The MCAC has multiple communication channels available to residents regarding neighborhoods, parks, zoning, crime, local businesses and other community announcements.

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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!