Wake Forest Northeast Community Plan - December 2021

IMPLEMENTATION MATRIX The Northeast Community Plan recommendations provide a pathway towards the shared future vision of the community. Fundamental to achieving this vision will be the phasing, funding, implementation, and tracking of the specific policies and actions proposed in the Plan. 3.A

The targeted action items will help guide the Town of Wake Forest, as well as non- profit and private organizations, toward informed decision making on advancing the recommendations envisioned in this plan. The timeline for implementing the actions varies given their complexity, cost, number of partners, and other factors. The timeline includes short term (0 to 2 years), medium term (3 to 8 years), and long term (8+ years) phases.

This implementation matrix provides an outline that the Town of Wake Forest and other relevant stakeholders can use to implement the recommendations of this plan. The matrix consists of a series of actions for each strategy that, once implemented, will achieve the goals of this plan. The matrix consists of:

Additionally, the Town will allocate appropriate funding to help with

• Wake County (Wake County Housing and Community Revitalization, Wake County Housing Affordability & Community Revitalization, Wake County Schools, Housing Authority of the County of Wake, and others) • Northeast Community Coalition (NECC) • National Alumni Association of DuBois School



implementation of certain actions. Such decisions will be taken on a case-by-case basis for each of the targeted actions. Some action items may require a combination of funding sources. Funding sources may include:

• Targeted Actions • Relevant Themes • Timeline

• Town’s General Fund

• Grant programs

• Federal, state and county level funds (transportation, public improvements, arts, etc.) • Local creative funding (such as the Rehabilitation Fund) • Local Public Art Commission/Municipal Art Fund. The Town may also partner with a number of agencies, non-profits, churches, and other groups to achieve the objectives of this plan. These partners can include:

• Local Churches and Religious

Institutions (including Hope House)

• Wake Forest Area Chamber of Commerce

• YMCA (Wake County)

• Boy’s and Girl’s Club

• Wake Forest Downtown Inc.

• Local financial institutions

• Local historic groups and organizations (Wake Forest Historical Museum) • Job training organizations including Wake Technical Community College, NC Works Career Center, and others

• Town of Wake Forest partners

(Planning, Parks, Transportation/Public Works)

Chapter 3: Implementation

Northeast Community Plan



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