City-County Appearance Commission
Attend “What’s Brewing in Downtown Durham?” – August 23, 2017
On August 23, 2017 the Durham City County Appearance Commission (DCCAC) presents:
What’s Brewing in Downtown Durham?
Taking vision to reality in downtown development
Learn how Ponysaurus crafted more than just beer at the corner of Ramseur & Fayetteville Streets. Join us at Ponysauarus Brewing Company for a presentation and panel discussion of the challenges and rewards of this downtown development. Panelists include: Ponysaurus and Cookery owner Nick Hawthorne-Johnson, Center Studio Architecture’s Will Rhodenhiser, and Emerson Land Planning’s Rob Emerson. The event will be hosted on August 23, 2017 from 5:30pm to 7:30pm at Ponysaurus (219 Hood Street, Durham, NC 27701).
- 6:00 p.m.
- 3rd Wednesday of the month
- City Hall
101 City Hall Plaza
Conference Room GA, Ground Floor (unless stated otherwise)
Durham, NC 27701
Agendas & Minutes
Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.
View Most Recent Agendas and Minutes
Durham City-County Appearance Commission Meeting Dates for 2017
June 21 (Note: Retreat)
*Due to construction, the Commission’s meeting location will be held in the Urban Design Studio, Planning Department, ground floor of City Hall.
MembersView Appearance Commission Members Roster
About the Commission
The Durham City-County Appearance Commission is made up of 15 members: 7 are appointed by the City Council; and 8 appointed by the Board of County Commissioners. The Commissions By-Laws can be viewed here.
The mission of the DCCAC is to cultivate visual appeal and recognize the benefits of good design, which enhance quality of life.
Members shall reside within the jurisdiction of the appointing authority. City and County taxes must not reflect any delinquency at the time of submission of the application. While encouraging applicants with expertise in aesthetics, attempts shall also be made to assure that the appointments represent a cross section of the community. Members serve without compensation. Applications for appointment can be obtained from the City Clerk's office or the County Clerk's office.
Resident Participation Opportunities
All meetings are open to the public, but if a resident intends to submit an item for discussion at a future meeting, staff should be notified as soon as possible. The deadlines for requesting to have an item on an agenda are published with the schedule of meetings.
For more information about the commission, please contact the staff liaison, Matthew Filter, at 919.560.4137 ext. 28271 or Matthew.Filter@DurhamNC.gov.