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Raleigh Stats

Populations in 2013: 431,746 (100% urban, 0% rural)

Population change since 2000: +56.4%

Males: 208,248 (48.2%)

Females: 223,498  (51.8%)

Median resident age: 32 years

North Carolina Median Age: 45.5

Raleigh Zip codes: 27587, 27601, 27605, 27608, 27609, 27612, 27613, 27614, 27615, 27616

Estimated median household income in 2012: $53,653 (it was $46,612 in 2000)

North Carolina: $45,150

Local Attractions

Fayetteville Street in Downtown Raleigh

Fayetteville Street

Downtown Raleigh’s main street is the hub of the capital city’s events. Fayetteville Street hosts Food Truck Rodeos, annual festivals, and a First Night Raleigh New Year’s celebration featuring the local Acorn Drop.

carousel at NC State Fair

North Carolina State Fairgrounds

Located in West Raleigh, the NC State Fairgrounds hosts exposition shows and the Raleigh Flea Market all year long. In October, the North Carolina State Fair draws tens of thousands of people from all over the state with agricultural showcases, carnival rides, and a fireworks display.

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Places To Eat

North Hills

Serving diverse culinary favorites from burgers to sushi, North Hills is home to beloved restaurants such as Mia Francesca, Fox & Hound, and The Cowfish.

Local Schools

Wake County Public School System

Public school students in Raleigh are part of the largest school district in North Carolina and 16th largest in the nation. Wake County schools has been recognized nationally for spotlighting student success.

Things To See

fireworks at First Night Raleigh

First Night Raleigh & Acorn Drop

Raleigh is the “City of Oaks,” and every New Year’s Eve the city celebrates with carnival rides, fireworks, and Raleigh’s own version of the Times Square Ball Drop with a giant acorn.

Raleigh Schools to Study