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  1. Road, Greenway Connection Projects Move Forward with NCDOT Funding

    The Holly Springs Town Council has approved agreements with the N.C. Department of Transportation to obtain nearly $1.8 million to connect North Main Athletic Complex with N.C. 55 Bypass and extend a greenway underneath the highway. Read on...
  2. UNC School of Government Recognizes 2 Information Technology Staff Members

    Information Technology Director Jeff Wilson and systems administrator Rick Ralph have graduated from the Certified Government Chief Information Officers program at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s School of Government. Read on...
  3. Council passes FY 2016-17 budget

    At its June 7 meeting, the Holly Springs Town Council passed a budget for FY 2016-17. The budget lowers the property tax rate to 43.25 cents per $100 property valuation, providing the same amount of revenue following the countywide property revaluation. Read on...
  4. 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...
  5. Bids Awarded for Avent Ferry Traffic Projects

    The Town Council approved project budgets and awarded contracts March 15 for extension of Main Street southward to Piney Grove Wilbon Road and for changes to the Avent Ferry intersection. Construction is set to begin in April. Read on...
  6. School Construction Prompts Segment of New Hill Road to Close

    New Hill Road from Old Holly Springs-Apex Road to Green Oaks Parkway will close for up to 100 days for widening where an elementary school and subdivision are being built. The temporary closure will begin March 28 or soon afterward. Read on...
  1. Jun 27
  2. Spirit Week

    Traditional Summer Camp for ages 5-13 (must have already attended kindergarten).
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  3. Bass Lake Nature Explorers: Session III

    Nature Explorers Summer Day Camp for 8-10 year olds.
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  1. Jun 28
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  3. Planning Board

    The Planning Board meets the fourth Tuesday of the month.
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  1. Jun 29
  2. Impact Baseball - Collegiate Showcase Camp

    25 colleges are expected to attend this collegiate showcase for future graduates.
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  1. This Week in Government
    State of the Town & County | June 29, 6 p.m.
    Town Manager Chuck Simmons joins County Manager Jim Hartmann for this annual Holly Springs Chamber of Commerce event. Additional information.