Teardrop LED Lights for Raleigh Historic Districts
We are committed to protecting, preserving and promoting the Raleigh historic districts in which we live and work. The historic character of each of these neighborhoods or communities is celebrated for its extraordinary streets and parks, buildings and architectural design, and trees and landscape features.
Over the years, the residents and business owners of Raleigh Historic Districts have collaborated with the City to make sure the distinctive historic character of our neighborhoods is retained, not only for the sake of historic preservation, but also because these communities are jewels in the crown of our City, and often are destinations for visitors and tourists. (An example of such previous collaboration with the City is the installation of distinctive brown-colored street signage in the historic districts.)
We, the homeowners and business operators within Raleigh's seven historic districts, - Blount Street, Boylan Heights, Capitol Square, Glenwood-Brooklyn, Moore Square, Oakwood, and Prince Hall - believe streetlights featuring historic design would further enhance the distinctive character of these historic districts. We call on the Raleigh City Council to fully financially support the purchase and installation of the Teardrop LED lights available from Duke Energy Progress within our historic districts.