Like Us On Facebook
State of the City Address
Mayor McFarlane Delivered State-of-the-City Address on March 7
Raleigh Mayor Nancy McFarlane delivered the State of the City address Monday afternoon.
McFarlane spoke on topics ranging from Dorothea Park to the need for a strong transit system.
The mayor also mentioned how Raleigh was just named the fourth-best city to live in by U.S. News and World Report and talked about all the change Raleigh has seen in recent years.
The mayor also spoke highly of Raleigh Police Chief Cassandra Deck-Brown’s work and her dedication to building strong bonds with the community and engaging in open conversations with residents. McFarlane said Deck-Brown has “worked tirelessly to build those bonds of trust between her officers and the community they protect.”
McFarlane ended her speech by saying that “When we say Raleigh is the best place to live, work, learn and play, we mean for everyone.”
The mayor's speech was shown live on Raleigh Television Network, RTN-11.