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  1. Student Safety Focus of Crosswalk Flag Initiative

    With traditional calendar schools starting Monday, the Town is raising the flag on crosswalk safety. Four crosswalks near elementary and middle schools now have red flags that students can carry while crossing the road. Read on...
  2. NC 55 Bypass Right Turn Lane Design Moves Forward

    At its Aug. 20 meeting, the Holly Springs Town Council approved a contract for NC 55 Bypass Right Turn Lane design. Read on...
  3. Police Stress Crosswalk Safety for Drivers & Pedestrians

    With the academic year resuming at schools on the traditional calendar, it’s an especially appropriate time for reminders about looking out for pedestrians of all ages at crosswalks throughout town. Read on...
  4. Council Discusses Historic Home, NCDOT Gives Property Acquisition Overview

    At its Aug. 6 meeting, the Holly Springs Town Council discussed the historic Norris-Holland-Hare home and reenergizing efforts on seeking someone to purchase and restore the two-century-old house for generations to come. Read on...
  5. Waste Industries Merger Prompts Re-Branding with New Colors

    New residents and those with broken trash and recycling containers are receiving colorful new containers. Collection services, routes and pickup days remain the same. Read on...
  6. Council Recognizes Longtime Parks Committee Member, Appoints New Members

    At its July 16 meeting, the Holly Springs Town Council recognized Wanda Holloway, a 13-year volunteer member of the town Parks & Recreation Advisory Committee. The council also appointed new committee members. Read on...
  1. Aug 26
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  3. South Wake Landfill Presentation


    Join Wake County Solid Waste Director John Roberson, Wake County Commissioner Matt Calabria and other county representatives and partners to learn about ways Wake County is addressing periodic odor issues at the South Wake Landfill.
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  1. Aug 29
  2. State of the Town / State of the County


    Holly Springs Town Manager Randy Harrington and Wake County Manager David Ellis discuss initiatives related to development, transportation and education, along with challenges and opportunities for the town and county.
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  1. This Week in Government

    Holly Springs Farmers Market  | Saturdays, 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.


    Enjoy local farmers, fresh produce and so much more Saturday in the farmers market's new location along West Ballentine Street, outside the Cultural Center! More info »