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  1. Council to Reevaluate Stinson No-Parking Zone and Cemetery Policy

    At its May 17 meeting, the Holly Springs Town Council decided to further examine requests from residents to remove a no-parking zone recently established on Stinson Avenue and revise the Holly Springs Cemetery policy. Read on...
  2. Volunteers Sought for Recreation Board

    The town is seeking applicants for three seats on its Parks and Recreation Advisory Committee. Read on...
  3. Proposed Budget Presented to Council

    The proposed fiscal year 2016-2017 budget was presented to the Holly Springs Town Council at its meeting May 3. Read on...
  4. Town Council Updated on County Landfill Operations

    Wake County officials continue exploring how to minimize odor from the South Wake Landfill while visualizing how tree-planting could change the view over 20-30 years as the landfill height rises. Read on...
  5. Join the Police in Supporting the Special Olympics

    The Holly Springs Police Department is participating in the 2016 North Carolina Special Olympics Law Enforcement Torch Run and raising donations for Special Olympics North Carolina. Read on...
  6. Calls for Home Security Systems Not from the Town

    If you receive a recorded telephone message recommending installation of a home security system, understand that the caller is not the town of Holly Springs. Read on...
  1. May 30
  2. Memorial Day Trash/Recycling Schedule

    Collection is delayed one day throughout the week with Friday customers served on Saturday, June 4.
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  1. This Week in Government
    Memorial Day
    Monday, May 30, Town offices including Town Hall, the Hunt Center and the Cultural Center are closed for Memorial Day. Bass Lake Park remains open. Garbage and recycling collection is delayed by one day throughout the week (Friday customers served Saturday).