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  1. Council Creates Tree Advisory Committee, Appoints Members

    At its Nov. 20 meeting, the Holly Springs Town Council made progress toward becoming a Tree City USA town by creating a Tree Advisory Committee. Read on...
  2. Sharing Holiday Joy

    The Town of Holly Springs is partnering with The Christmas Store again this holiday season. The Christmas Store is designed to help families in our local area who are in need during the holidays. Donate unwrapped gifts by Wednesday, Dec. 5. Read on...
  3. Holly Springs Leaders Celebrate $140 Million Seqirus Expansion

    Holly Springs leaders gathered at Seqirus earlier today to celebrate groundbreaking on a $140 million expansion of the cell-based influenza vaccine producer’s manufacturing facility in the Holly Springs Business Park. Read on...
  4. Council Approves New Parks & Recreation Inclement Weather Policy

    At its Nov. 6 meeting, the Holly Springs Town Council approved a new policy that allows town staff to decide when parks and recreation programs are canceled because of snowstorms and other inclement weather. Read on...
  5. Holly Springs Voters Approve Transportation Bonds

    Town voters authorized $40 million in transportation bonds in the Nov. 6 referendum by a margin of 59.85 percent to 40.15 percent, according to unofficial election results. Read on...
  6. Online Utility Access Change Brings Increased Security and Flexibility

    Beginning Friday, Nov. 9, Holly Springs utility customers who access their accounts online will need to create a new username and password. Read on...
  1. Nov 22
  2. Thanksgiving Holiday

    Town facilities, including Town Hall, are closed.
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  3. Thanksgiving Holiday Trash/Recycling Collection

    Thursday and Friday customers: trash and recycling collection is delayed by one day due to the Thanksgiving holiday.
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  1. Nov 27
  2. Free Pesticide Collection Day

    North Carolina Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, in cooperation with the Wake County Cooperative Extension, will host a Pesticide Collection Day for residents in Raleigh and adjacent towns in Wake and surrounding counties. The local site manager will be Dr. Emily Mueller, Agricultural Extension Agent for Wake County. Collection will be in the parking lot of the Wake County Cooperative Extension Office, 4001 Carya Drive, Raleigh NC 27610. Nearly all pesticide products will be acce...
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  3. Planning Board

    The Planning Board meets the 4th Tuesday of each month.
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  1. This Week in Government

    Thanksgiving Holiday | November 22-23


    Town offices are closed Thursday and Friday, Nov. 22 and 23 for the Thanksgiving holiday. Garbage and recycling collection is delayed by one day for Thursday and Friday customers.