COVID-19 Update

The Town of Holly Springs is working to serve our citizens as we respond to the rapidly evolving conditions surrounding the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19). This page serves as the latest on Holly Springs news and operations, allowing our community to remain up-to-date and informed of the latest information.

Wake County Issues Stay At Home Order to Fight Spread of COVID-19 - March 26

Message from Holly Springs Mayor Dick Sears from HSTV-11 on Vimeo.

Town Buildings Closed to General Public

In order to reduce the spread of COVID-19, the Town of Holly Springs has closed 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. 

We want to assure residents that while our facilities are closed to the public, the work of government continues. Critical services including police, fire, curbside garbage and recycling collections, water distribution, wastewater treatment and development services work will continue uninterrupted through the COVID-19 response.  Support services, including the 911 communications center, will operate as normal.

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Enjoy Parks and Greenways, but Stay Safe

Although programs and classes are canceled or postponed and all major indoor parks and recreation facilities are closed, Holly Springs parks and greenways remain open for use.

All park amenities including athletic fields, basketball courts, tennis courts, restrooms, drinking fountains, and playgrounds (already closed) will be closed until April 16 in accordance with Wake County’s Stay at Home Order. 

The Holly Springs Farmers Market remains open on winter hours. The next market is scheduled for Saturday, April 4, 9:30 a.m.-noon at 300 W. Ballentine St., outside the Cultural Center. Click here for more information about steps the market is taking to keep people safe.

Click here for a list of closures and cancellations.

Conducting Business Online 

We encourage all residents to pay their utility bills online through our secure website using your account number.  If you cannot pay online, there are a few more options available.

Pay with a credit card through our automated phone system.  Call (919) 557-3925. Press option 1. Please have your account number ready.

Mail your payment to:
P.O. Box 8
Holly Springs, NC 27540

Drop off your payment with your bill in a sealed envelope labeled “utility payment” in our drive through secure payment drop box. This is located in the side parking lot next to Town Hall.  You can include a check or money order.  For those who must pay by cash, please include an email address so we can send you a receipt.

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