By using your voice, you can be an advocate for the things that matter in your community. From voting and the census to sharing what makes your community special, your involvement is crucial for a better tomorrow.
This website is designed to make it easy for you to find ways to get involved and provide feedback. On this page you will find ways to engage, resources to help, and updates about what’s going on in your area.
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What one community project would you like to see receive funding in your town or census tract?
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Click on any of the engagement opportunities below to provide feedback on local initiatives which are planning for the future.
PLAN Wake Comprehensive Plan
Wake County is growing rapidly, and PLANWake charts a new course for the county over the next 10 - 15 years. To learn more about Wake County's new comprehensive plan, visit the PLANWake page.
If you’ve visited a county park or preserve, tell us about your experience.
Zebulon Engagement Hub
The Town of Zebulon engagement hub is the online home for outreach and listening efforts to shape the future of our community. Here you can find upcoming events, initiatives, and opportunities to share your input on key topics. Currently featured projects include feedback on the Comprehensive Land Use Plan and "Eight Characteristics of a Great Main Street".
Wendell Engagement Hub
The Town of Wendell engagement hub is the online home for outreach and listening efforts to shape the future of our community. Here you can find upcoming events, initiatives, and opportunities to share your input on key topics. Currently featured projects include feedback on Blueprint Wendell 2030 and an ADA Transition Plan Public Survey.
Northeast Area Transportation Study
Three of the fastest growing communities in North Carolina are located in Wake County - Rolesville, Wake Forest, and Knightdale. As a new decade begins, an updated plan is needed to lay out a long-term vision for a multi-modal transportation network (walking, biking, driving, public transit) for the region. You can read more about plan here and see additional resources here.
Help for residents
If you need help, a good place to start is the Wake Network of Care. Public agencies, nonprofits and local businesses have come together to create a list of resources available to specifically meet the new demands created by the COVID-19 health emergency.