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PlanWake Participate Part 2

PlanWake Participate Part 2

PLANWake is Wake County’s process to develop a new comprehensive plan that will:

  1. Define Wake County’s priorities for the future
  2. Renew the community’s vision and goals on a range of issues
  3. Outline a path to success for the coming decade

This survey #2 focuses on community choices for addressing future growth in Wake County. It is comprised of six short surveys. You are welcome to answer as many or as few as you like. The topics are listed below. Please click on one of the links below to get started.

And if you would like to read a bit more about planning for Wake County’s future, click here.

PlanWake - Guiding Our Growth

Wake County is now home to more than one million people.  Wake County is projected to grow by an additional 60 people per day or 250,000 new residents over the next 10 years.  In our first...

PlanWake - Connecting Our People to Places

If you would like to read a bit more about transportation in Wake County, click here.  Wake County is now home to more than one million people. NCDOT estimates that 11.5 billion miles...

PlanWake - Fostering our Prosperity

The median household income in Wake County grew 20% from $64,356 in 2010 to $77,318 in 2017. Nearly 1 in 10 Wake County residents (93,000 residents) in Wake County live in poverty. In our first PLANWake...

PlanWake - Protecting Our Resources

Although Wake County has a strong record of protecting valuable cultural features and natural areas (with over 65,000 acres protected), about 2,800 acres of land are developed each year in our growing...

PlanWake - Supporting Our Health and Community

Wake County’s 2018 Population Health Task Force identified that healthy behavior, social and economic factors, genetics, and the design of neighborhoods influenced health more than access to medical...

PlanWake - Sustaining Our Built Environment

Wake County is now home to more than one million people.  Currently about 80% of our residents rely on services (water, sewer, roads, sanitation, fire service) augmented by a city or town and 20%...