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  1. How Should the Town Prioritize Investments in Parks and Recreation Amenities?

    The Holly Springs Town Council is seeking your feedback on prioritizing possible parks and recreation investments. Read on...
  2. Plumer to Join Town as New Parks & Recreation Director

    Holly Springs Town Manager Randy Harrington announced the appointment of LeeAnn Plumer as the town’s new Parks & Recreation director. She begins her position with the town Feb. 7. Read on...
  3. Roadwork Includes New Signal on Sunset Lake Road

    Construction work on Sunset Lake Road at its intersection with Lassiter Road includes installation of a new signal, providing for safer turns onto Sunset Lake Road. Read on...
  4. Council Appoints Committee Members for Future Land Use and Community Character Plan Update

    At its Jan. 8 workshop, the Holly Springs Town Council selected citizen advisory committee members for Re:Vision Holly Springs, the update to the town's Future Land Use and Community Character Plan. Read on...
  5. 2018 Holly Springs Highlights

    2018 has been an active year in Holly Springs. While we prepare to move forward into 2019, here's a look back at Holly Springs highlights from 2018: Read on...
  6. Signal To Be Installed at Village Walk Drive and Main Street

    Traffic signals and signalized crosswalks soon will be installed at the intersection of Main Street and Village Walk Drive, improving motorist and pedestrian safety near the entrances to the Walmart and South Park shopping centers. Read on...
  1. Jan 7
  2. HSPR Spring Soccer Registration

    HSPR Youth Soccer Registration opens on Monday, January 7th for residents and on Monday, January 21st for nonresidents. For more information, please visit http://www.hollyspringsnc.us/303/Soccer-League-Play
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  1. Jan 21
  2. Martin Luther King Jr. Day

    Town facilities, including Town Hall, are closed.
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  1. This Week in Government

    Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday | Jan. 21


    Town facilities, including Town Hall and the Hunt and Cultural centers, are closed in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Bass Lake Park is open. Garbage and recycling collection remains on schedule.