Neighborhood Information

Garbage, Recycling & Yard Waste

Normal collection is Friday mornings. Recycling is collected every other week on Fridays.
Special Garbage Collections
Raleigh Yard Waste Center - Debris drop off, Wood Chips, Mulch, Compost

Home Modifications

Certificate of Appropriateness
Design Guidelines - New Construction and Renovations (RHDC)

Television, Telephone & Internet

AT&T & AT&T U-verse
Google Fiber - coming soon
Spectrum/Time Warner Cable 


Electricity - Duke Energy Progress
Natural Gas - PSNC
Water & Sewar - City of Raleigh

Historic preservation resources

Capital Area Preservation

Wake County's non-profit historic preservation organization. 

City of Raleigh

Raleigh Historic Development Commission

Certificate of Appropriateness (RHDC)
Design Guidelines - New Construction and Renovations (RHDC)

Raleigh Historic Districts Maps

    View on Raleigh Historic Development Commission (RHDC)

Raleigh National Register Districts

   View on Raleigh Historic Development Commission.

Preservation North Carolina

   Preservation North Carolina is a private, non-profit statewide organization whose mission is to protect and promote buildings, sites, and landscapes important to the diverse heritage of North Carolina.

National Trust for Historic Preservation

   The National Trust for Historic Preservation protects significant places representing our diverse cultural experience by taking direct action and inspiring broad public support.

Historic Oakwood Cemetery

   Founded in 1869, Historic Oakwood Cemetery forms the eastern border of Historic Oakwood. The cemetery is open to visitors year 'round and has a variety of tours and events.

Downtown Raleigh Alliance

   The Downtown Raleigh Alliance is a non-profit downtown leadership organization focused on the revitalization of downtown Raleigh, North Carolina. Downtown Raleigh encompasses an area of 110 blocks including Glenwood South, State Government, the Warehouse District, and City Market.