Bond Project Portal

General obligation bonds are a way that Holly Springs can borrow money for large-scale capital projects such as new roads and parks. These bonds require voters’ approval since the town will use long-term debt to repay the project costs.

One advantage of borrowing this way is that voters decide whether there is sufficient need for the project to be worth the expense. 

Click here for an interactive map to track progress on bond and town-funded projects.

Interested in development projects? Click here for a link to the interactive development map and project listing that includes development projects currently proposed, approved or under construction.

Interactive Map
Transportation Bonds
Parks & Rec Bonds

Transportation Bond (November 2018)

Amount: $40 million authorized
Description: Two categories of projects, which include fully bond-funded projects with shorter turnaround times (green projects) and larger projects that would require additional funding from the N.C. Department of Transportation or other sources.

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Parks and Recreation Bond (November 2011)

Amount: $20 million authorized
Amount Issued: $12 million
Amount Remaining: $8 million
Description: Construction of sports fields, greenways and outdoor recreational amenities

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