The Raleigh Court Neighborhood Association invites you to its first membership meeting of the 2018-19 year. Meet the officers & board members, hear from our Community Resource Officer regarding crime in the area, and learn how you can become more involved in your neighborhood and community. Thursday, September 20th at 7:00pm at the Raleigh Court […]
We will be hosting a panel discussion with City of Roanoke Planning & Building department personnel to address citizen concerns and questions about the Berkley Hall development that Carilion Clinic has been furthering for more than a year. Questions will be compiled ahead of time through a NOTE on the Save the Woodlands page: https://www.facebook.com/pg/ShenandoahLife/notes/ […]
As in election years past The Raleigh Court Neighborhood Association is hosting a City Council Candidates Forum. This year’s forum will take place on March 15, 2018, at the Raleigh Court Presbyterian Church. We are inviting all current candidates for City Council. The evening will begin with a meet and greet from 7:00-7:30 where attendees can meet and […]
The RCNA will meet to discuss: How to form a Neighborhood Watch for your street Our new website, newsletter and membership A neighborhood safety report Please join us at the Raleigh Court Presbyterian Church at 7:00pm in the Fellowship Hall.
Fire Station No. 7, at 1742 Memorial Ave., has served served the Raleigh Court neighborhood since 1922. It is scheduled to be torn down and replaced on the same spot in 2018. Our guest speaker, Roanoke Fire-EMS Chief David Hoback, says the new station will be designed to fit aesthetically into the community. Additionally, the […]
The Department of Planning, Building, & Development is proposing a change to the RM-1 zoning district that would make more lots eligible to request a special exception for a two-family dwelling. RM-1 (Residential Mixed-Density) is a zoning district intended to encourage a range of housing choices by permitting single family, two family, and townhouse dwellings. Prior to 2000, […]
Fire Station No. 7, at 1742 Memorial Ave., has served served the Raleigh Court neighborhood since 1922. It is scheduled to be torn down and replaced on the same spot in 2018. In this video, Tiffany Bradbury, Community Risk Reduction Specialist with Roanoke Fire-EMS, takes us on a 5-minute tour of the outdated facility. Chief David Hoback and Ms. Bradbury are scheduled to speak to the Raleigh Court Neighborhood Association membership at our Nov. 16 meeting.
Raleigh Court Neighborhood is on NextDoor! The Greater Raleigh Court Neighborhood is on Next Door. Want to receive instant notifications of happenings in our neighborhood? On this website, only residents in your neighborhood are able to network and share information. This can include notifications of suspicious or criminal activity, recommendations for repairs or information about upcoming […]
You know that a writer has hit it out of the park when The New York Times starts its review with : “Oh, if only we had more business writers like Beth Macy, and more business books like her debut, Factory Man: How One Furniture Maker Battled Offshoring, Stayed Local — and Helped Save an […]