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608 W. Johnson St.
Suite 11B
Raleigh, NC 27603

Raleigh, NC

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Raleigh, North Carolina, is as gracious a city as its namesake, Sir Walter Raleigh.

Raleigh, NC, is a ‘Happening’ Place!  Long noted as one of the best areas for the quality of life in the United States, the Raleigh Business community is a Community in and of itself, joining together in fun, fun projects that can only increase enjoyment for residents and tourist alike, as well as raise Raleigh’s business profile.


Raleigh is one of the fastest-growing cities of North Carolina. A gem of the southern state, the city represents the true art and culture of the South. When it comes to the courthouses, the city is home to the Justice Center. This is a slick and modern building which all criminal matters are handled and resolved. All civil matters are dealt with at the Wake County Courthouse which has a more traditional and classic building.

The Justice Center is located at the Salisbury Street in Raleigh. The Wake County Courthouse is situated at Fayatteville St. Mall.

It is important to file for legal matters at the right court of law. Various levels of courthouses exist in the state and this is reflected in the courthouses located in Wake County and specifically, within the city of Raleigh. Filing at the right courthouse can significantly improve your chances of a more expedient justice.

State Courts

Wake County Courthouse

316 Fayetteville St.

Raleigh, NC 27601

Tel: (919) 792-4000

The Wake County Courthouse handles a wide variety of civil matters, such as civil lawsuits, small claims, juvenile and family law, wills and estates and custody mediation. The specialized Family Court, (919) 792-4875, is located inside this courthouse. The Courthouse Deli is convenient and affordable; their muffins are a real treat! But beware of the elevators, which are extremely slow, so make sure you arrive early. Metered parking is available, so load up on quarters.

Wake County Justice Center

300 S. Salisbury St.

Raleigh, NC 27601

Tel: (919) 792-4300

The Wake County Justice Center mainly handles criminal matters such as felonies, misdemeanors, domestic violence, and traffic infractions. This enormous, state-of-the-art downtown structure also houses the District Attorney and Public Defender, and is the go-to spot for routine legal matters such as marriage certificates or property transactions. Parking is located at 216 W. Cabarrus St., on the corners of Davie, McDowell and Cabarrus streets, but it’s not free.

Court of Appeals

1 W. Morgan St.

Raleigh, NC 27601

Tel: (919) 831-3600

The Court of Appeals reviews decisions made by lower courts. The Appeals Court has 15 judges who review cases in panels of three. A few types of cases, such as first degree murder, skip the Court of Appeals and proceed directly to the Supreme Court. No trials are held at the Appeals Court.

Supreme Court of North Carolina

2 E. Morgan St.

Raleigh, NC 27601

Tel: (919) 831-5700

The Supreme Court of North Carolina is the highest court in the state and generally gets the final word in all state legal matters. The Supreme Court reviews civil and criminal cases from North Carolina’s lower courts as well as petitions from decisions by the Court of Appeals. The Court consists of seven justices. No trials are held at the Supreme Court of North Carolina.

North Carolina Business Court

225 Hillsborough St. #303

Raleigh, NC 27603

Tel: (919) 716-5400

The Business Court only handles cases involving complex issues of corporate and commercial law. The only way to get your case to Business Court is if the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court assigns your case to a special superior court judge who oversees the resolution of the business matter.

Federal Courts

United States District Court for the Eastern District of North Carolina

310 New Bern Ave.

Raleigh, NC 27601

Tel: (919) 645-1700

The Federal District Court deals with federal trial level matters arising from 44 North Carolina counties, spanning from Raleigh to the Atlantic coast. The Eastern District has six locations, in the cities of Elizabeth City, Fayetteville, Greenville, New Bern, Wilmington and, of course, Raleigh. The Eastern District of North Carolina is part of the Fourth Federal Circuit, which is headquartered in Richmond and has jurisdiction over federal appellate cases arising from North Carolina, Maryland, Virginia and West Virginia.


The city of Raleigh is home to 7 DMV locations. The large number of DMV offices in Raleigh is mainly because of the sheer size of the city and its population. Multiple DMV locations enable the department to more efficiently deliver its range of services to the city residents. Of the 7 DMV locations in Raleigh, 3 are license plate agencies. Another 2 are driver license locations for new licenses as well as license renewal. DMV’s IRP State Office is also situated in Raleigh, dealing specifically with commercial trucking. Ferry Road is home to DMV’s license &theft bureau district office.

There are 7 DMV offices in the Raleigh area:

License & Theft Bureau District Office

3231 Avent Ferry Road

Raleigh, NC 27606

Tel: (919) 816-9194

Services: License & Theft Bureau

Spring Forest Pavilion Driver License Office

2431 Spring Forest Road, Unit 101

Raleigh, NC 27615

Tel: (919) 855-6877

Services: Driver License & School Bus

Avent Ferry Shopping Center Driver License Office

3231 Avent Ferry Road

Raleigh, NC 27606

Tel: (919) 816-9128

Services: Driver License & School Bus

Raleigh IRP State Office

1425 Rock Quarry Road

Raleigh, NC 27610

Tel: (919) 615-6700

Services: Commercial Trucking (IRP)

Raleigh State License Plate Agency

1100 New Bern Avenue

Raleigh, NC 27697

Tel: (919) 715-7000

Services: Plate & Vehicle Registration

North Raleigh License Plate Agency

2533 Atlantic Avenue, Suite 102

Raleigh, NC 27604

Tel: (919) 831-9996

Services: Plate & Vehicle Registration

License Plate Agency at South Hills

1251 Buck Jones Road

Raleigh, NC 27606

Tel: (919) 469-1444

Services: Plate & Vehicle Registration


The Raleigh Police Department serves a population of around 460,000 in the city of Raleigh. The jurisdictional limits of the department extend over an area of 145 square miles. In additional to the city limits within which the department operates, it is also tasked with the security and policing of certain areas outside of the city limits. Most notable among these is the Lake Wheeler Park. The department works with the local community to prevent crime and educate the public. The department also liaises with the City Council and the Mayor of the city to devise such policies which can mitigate instances of crime in the city.

Address: 6716 Six Forks Rd, Raleigh, NC 27615

Phone: (919) 996-3335


The Raleigh Fire Department dates back to 1912. Over the course of more than a century, the department has consistently provided fire protection and safety services to the residents of the city.

The Department caters to the nearly-half-million population of the city. It has 29 fire stations located all across the city to provide emergency firefighting services when and where needed. Nearly 545 firefighters are a part of the department. These are on standby 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, ensuring that any and all emergencies are met on an urgent basis.

Raleigh Fire Department operates over 145 square miles of the city limits. The main fire station is also popularly frequented by tourists and visitors.


Raleigh is home to a number of libraries. The most notable among these is the North Regional Library, a part of the Wake County Public Libraries network. The library building sprawls over 30,000 square feet and offers access to a large number of books as well as other materials.

Other libraries in the city include the Athens Drive Community Library, the Cameron Village Regional Library, Duraleigh Road Community Library, Express Library Fayetteville Street, Green Road Community Library, Leesville Community Library, North Regional Library, Northeast Regional Library, Olivia Raney Local History Library, Richard B. Harrison Community Library, and Southgate Community Library.

A number of other libraries also exist on the campuses of various colleges and universities, including those of North Carolina State University, Campbell University School of Law, Saint Augustine’s University and William Peace University.

There are 6 libraries in the Raleigh area:

Athens Drive Community Library

1420 Athens Drive

Raleigh, NC 27606

Tel: 919-233-4000

Cameron Village Regional Library

1930 Clark Avenue

Raleigh, NC 27605

Tel: 919-856-6710

Express Library Fayetteville Street

336 Fayetteville Street

Raleigh, NC 27601

Tel: 919-856-6690

Olivia Raney Local History Library

4016 Carya Drive

Raleigh, NC 27610

Tel: (919) 250-1196

Richard B. Harrison Community Library

1313 New Bern Avenue

Raleigh, NC 27610

Tel: (919) 856-5720

Southgate Community Library

1601-14 Cross Link Road

Raleigh, NC 27610

Tel: (919) 856-6598


The city of Raleigh is home to a number of public and private hospitals. Notable hospitals located within the city include the Duke Raleigh Hospital, the WakeMed Raleigh Campus and the UNC Rex Hospital. The Duke Raleigh Hospital is a 186-bed facility that offer state-of-the-art medical services. The hospital offers comprehensive care and medical services in all the vital areas including digestive care, cerebrovascular care, cardiovascular care, cancer diagnosis and treatment, ortho and spine treatment, and more. The WakeMed Raleigh Campus is a part of the WakeMed network and enjoys reputation as a top provider of medical services in the city. It is home to a number of highly advanced medical laboratories as well as cutting-edge medical equipment.

Duke Raleigh Hospital

3400 Wake Forest Road

Raleigh, NC 27609

Tel: (919) 954-3000

Duke Raleigh Hospital offers the latest in care and technology in a patient-friendly setting. It has been an important part of Duke Health since 1998 and has served Wake County for more than 35 years, employing more than 1,600 people. The hospital provides 186 inpatient beds and a comprehensive array of services, including the Duke Raleigh Cancer Center, Duke Raleigh Orthopaedic and Spine Center, cardiovascular services, neurosciences including the Duke Raleigh Skull Base and Cerebrovascular Center, advanced digestive care, disease management and prevention, wound healing, outpatient imaging, intensive and progressive care, pain clinic, same-day surgery, emergency department and community outreach and education programs.

U.S. News & World Report ranked Duke Raleigh Hospital as #14 in North Carolina and #6 in the Raleigh-Durham area for 2018-19.

WakeMed Raleigh Campus

3000 New Bern Avenue

Raleigh, NC 27610

Tel: (919) 350-8000

Raleigh Campus is WakeMed’s flagship facility and leading provider of advanced health care services. Since its founding in 1961, the WakeMed Raleigh Campus has been a leader in offering one-of-a-kind services and the latest technology with an outstanding commitment to care and caring.

Raleigh Campus also features some of the most advanced pathology laboratories, imaging technology and surgical technology available, operated by expert staff and physicians dedicated to providing the very best care to patients.


The city of Raleigh is named after Sir Walter Raleigh, who attempted the establishment of the famous lost Roanoke Colony. After the American Independence, the city of Raleigh was chosen as the capital of the state of North Carolina. 1,000 acres of land were sold by Joel Lane, a planter in North Carolina, for the purpose of building the city.

The city is home to many historical and cultural landmarks which are frequented by the tourists and visitors. Notable among these is the State Capital building and The People’s House. Both structures date back to the 19th century.

State Capitol

The State Capitol building is, without doubt, the most iconic structure in the city. The present building dates back to 1840, although a previous building had been built in its place which dates back to 1794. The original building was burnt and destroyed in 1831 and the present building was erected in its place.

The current Capital building features the Greek Revival architecture in its outlook. It is listed as a National Historic Landmark.

A number of architects including William Strickland, Alexander Jackson Davis and others contributed to the construction of the present building which cost more than $500,000 at the time. The building remained the home of the state government until 1888, being the seat of the state assembly.

North Carolina Executive Mansion

The North Carolina Executive Mansion is another stunning and iconic structure located in Raleigh. The building was originally constructed as a resident for the city governor. The start of the building’s construction dates back to 1883, a year after Governor Thomas Jarvis petitioned for a suitable resident for him.

The Mansion is also famously known as ‘The People’s House.’ It features a beautiful Victorian architecture with a focus on the Queen Anne cottage style. The building features a slate roof, a number of porches and turrets, with vast outdoor grounds. The interior is also equally mesmerizing, feature elaborate woodwork. The first North Carolina governor to live in the mansion was Governor Daniel Fowle.

What to Do in Raleigh

ALLTEL Pavilion is one of the most technologically advanced and successful amphitheaters in the world;  it seats 20,00 comfortably and is strikingly beautiful.  The acoustic accomplishments are the best in the world and the Pavilion has actually proven so popular that it now has an online community.

Arts lovers in Raleigh also boast of the BTI Center for the Performing Arts, which includes Fletcher Opera Theater, designed for opera, dance, and theatrical productions (featuring Carolina Ballet, the National Opera Company and the A. J. Fletcher Opera Institute); Kennedy Theater (featuring Burning Coal Theatre); The Lichtin Plaza (a 2 acre venue for festivals, concerts, and social functions); and the Meymandi Concert Hall featuring the North Carolina Symphony.

Sports fans will be delighted with NCSU WolfpackCarolina Hurricanes, Carolina Courage, and the RBC Center and for nature lovers and outdoor activities, there are Raleigh Parks & RecreationLake WheelerLake Johnson, and Pullen Park.

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The Capital Area Greenway, a system of public recreation trails providing walking, jogging, hiking, fishing, picnicking, and outdoor activities, is framed by the Neuse River, Walnut and Crabtree Creeks and their tributaries.

Raleigh and North Carolina have a rich and intricate history, as highlighted in NC Museum of Natural Sciences,  NC Museum of History, and the Raleigh City Museum.

While there, do not miss the North Carolina Solar Center, Historic Oak View County Park, or the Ray Price Legends of Harley Drag Racing Museum.


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