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Welcome to Holly Springs
Welcome to Holly Springs, North Carolina!
Holly Springs is a global biomanufacturing hub located in Wake County, NC, the third fastest growing county in the country. Located minutes from the Raleigh urban core, an international airport, Research Triangle Park, and three tier one research universities, Holly Springs boasts an ecosystem encompassing infrastructure, diverse talent, affordability, and quality of life.
A dynamic, thriving community that is home to small businesses and multi-national firms, Holly Springs offers a perfect combination of a great place to live and to work. With a rapidly growing population, we have large-scale manufacturers and large retail centers, but still retain the supportive community and small town feel. In the past, visionary town leaders made the right choices, and today’s leaders are making the right investments in infrastructure, to ensure Holly Springs remains ready and set for a bright future.
Holly Springs is ready. It’s ready for the future. It’s ready for the hundreds of new families moving here. And, if you are looking to grow your business, Holly Springs is ready for you.
- Population: 41,239
- Median Age: 35.8
- Median Household Income: $110,758
- Bachelor's Degree or Higher: 59.6%
Data from the 2020 American Community Survey
Life, Better: Holly SpringsCheck out these infographics to see why you can find life, better here in Holly Springs. Additional Info...
Holly Springs 311 Offers New, Easy Way to Connect with Town ServicesHave a question about your utility bill? See a pothole that needs to be filled? Unsure how to reserve a pickleball court? There’s a new, easy way to receive Town information and service: Holly Springs 311. Read on...
Womble Turf Replacement in ProgressThe Town of Holly Springs is upgrading its most popular turf playing field in advance of the fall sports seasons. The Womble Park multipurpose turf field is closed for work that includes replacing the top carpet. Read on...
Celebrate Tennis Month!Did you know? May is Tennis Month in Holly Springs! So far this year in Holly Springs, more than 580 people of all ages have participated in a tennis program offered by Holly Springs Parks & Recreation. Take part in the fun! Read on...
Town of Holly Springs Prioritizes Investments in Water, Parks and Emergency PreparednessIn alignment with the Town of Holly Springs’ strategic priorities for the future, Town Manager Randy Harrington presented his $93.8 million recommended budget for fiscal year 2024 during Tuesday’s council meeting. Read on...
Rain Barrels Offered at Discounted PricingIn partnership with Rain Water Solutions, the Town of Holly Springs is offering rain barrels at wholesale pricing to help residents conserve water and reduce stormwater runoff in their communities. Purchase your barrel online by Sunday, June 11 at 11 p.m. Read on...
Holly Springs Town Council Moves Forward with Parks Bond ReferendumIn response to a community survey where residents list investments in parks and greenways as one of their top three Town priorities, Holly Springs is moving forward with a Parks Bond Referendum that will go before voters this November. Read on...
Jones Park Playground in ProgressAll playground areas at the park are officially reopen for play! Resurfacing and installation of a shade structure for the 5-12 year old playground is planned for early June. Stay tuned for updates on the Town's social media pages! Read on...
Congrats to the 2023 Civic Nonprofit Grant RecipientsFifteen local civic nonprofit groups were awarded grant funding from the Holly Springs Town Council! A total of $20,000 was designated to support organizations helping locals facing food insecurity, domestic violence victims, youth in mentorship, & more. Read on...
Golf Cart Inspection & Safety TipsHave a golf cart that you would like to drive around your neighborhood? If your insured cart passes an annual inspection from the Holly Springs Police, a licensed driver can operate the cart on neighborhood streets with speed limits of 25 mph or less. Read on...