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  1. Enjoy Holly Springs Parks and Greenways, but Stay Safe

    Per the Wake County Stay at Home Order, Holly Springs Parks & Recreation is taking additional preventive measures to limit activities where people may come into close contact with each other. Read on...
  2. Wake County Issues Stay At Home Order to Fight Spread of COVID-19

    The Town of Holly Springs asks all residents to abide by Wake County’s new Stay at Home Order to slow the spread of COVID-19. Read on...
  3. Town Adopts New County Restrictions to Slow COVID-19

    Holly Springs, along with all Wake County municipalities, has adopted the county’s new social distancing restrictions and recommendations that go into effect Monday through April 30 to help slow the spread of COVID-19. Read on...
  4. Police Share COVID-19 Restrictions at Bars, Restaurants

    We know these are tough times for dine-in restaurants and bars. They’re part of our community. However, Wake County’s district attorney has asked police departments to help ensure that Gov. Cooper’s directives to slow the spread of COVID-19 are enforced. Read on...
  5. Town Buildings Closed to General Public

    To reduce the spread of COVID-19, the Town will close all town buildings to the public, including Town Hall and Public Works, starting Thursday, March 19 until further notice. Police and Fire stations are closed to the public for non-emergency visitors. Read on...
  6. Learn More, Give Feedback on Holly Springs Road Widening

    COVID-19 prompted cancellation of this week's open house on widening of Holly Springs Road between Flint Point Lane and Sunset Lake Road. However, residents can see maps and other materials, get questions answered, and share feedback - all online. Read on...
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