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  1. Town to Apply for Approval to Hold Transportation Bond Referendum

    At its May 15 meeting, the Holly Springs Town Council adopted a resolution authorizing staff to apply to the Local Government Commission for approval to hold a $40 million transportation bond referendum. Read on...
  2. Feedback Sought on County Transit Plan

    Weigh in on plans for expanding bus service in Wake County through an online survey or at Holly Springs Farmers Market on Saturday, May 19. Read on...
  3. Proposed Budget Presented to Holly Springs Council

    Interim Town Manager Daniel Weeks presented the recommended town budget for fiscal year 2018-2019 at the Holly Springs Town Council’s May 1 meeting. Read on...
  4. Draft Study of Utility Development Fees Online

    A consultant has drafted a study required by a new state law that sets out how water and sewer development fees are calculated for new homes and businesses in Holly Springs. Read on...
  5. Council Approves Downtown Infrastructure Funding, Appoints Interim Town Manager

    At its April 17 meeting, the Holly Springs Town Council awarded contracts and approved funding for infrastructure improvements associated with downtown development. The council also appointed Assistant Town Manager Daniel Weeks as interim town manager. Read on...
  6. Town Council Considers Transportation Bond Referendum

    The Town Council has heard residents’ concerns about traffic congestion and wants to give them a voice in determining how the town responds with solutions. Read on...
  1. May 21
  2. Youth Football and Cheerleading Registration

    HSPR Football and Cheerleading registration opens on 5/21 for residents and 6/4 for non-residents.
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  1. May 22
  2. Planning Board

    The Planning Board meets the 4th Tuesday of each month.
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  1. May 25
  2. Coffee with a Cop

    Meet members of the Community Outreach Team and patrol officers for a morning of fellowship and conversation.
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  1. This Week in Government

    Memorial Day


    Town offices are closed Monday, May 28, for Memorial Day. Bass Lake Park is open. Garbage and recycling collection will delayed by one day next week (with Friday customers served Saturday).