Pothole Patching

Public roads in Holly Springs are maintained by two entities: the Town of Holly Springs and the North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT). Knowing which organization maintains a particular road helps determine how to report maintenance issues.

While the main roads in Holly Springs are maintained by the NCDOT, Holly Springs Public Works maintains most neighborhood streets. The Town also is able to make temporary repairs to state-maintained roads until the state can permanently repair the thoroughfare. Click here to view a map showing which roads are maintained by the state and which are maintained by the town.

State-maintained roads


Roads maintained by the state include:
Avent Ferry Road
Holly Springs Road
Old Holly Springs Apex Road
Bass Lake Road
Irving Parkway
Piney Grove-Wilbon Road
Cass Holt Road
N.C. 55
Ralph Stevens Road
Earp Street
New Hill Road
Thomas Mill Road
Grigsby Avenue
Old Adams Road
Sunset Lake Road

Report potholes on state-maintained roads to the NCDOT by submitting an online form or by calling the NCDOT at (919) 733-4768 or (919) 733-2191.

Town-maintained roads


While the main roads Holly Springs are maintained by the NCDOT, Holly Springs Public Works maintains most neighborhood streets. By calling the Holly Springs Public Works, residents can leave messages listing any street or transportation-related problem and details about the specific location of the problem, such as the nearest street address (for streets within Town limits). Problems can range from potholes to shrubbery blocking line-of-sight at intersections, to damaged street curbing and more. Callers are encouraged to leave their full name and phone number so Town employees can return their call, within two business days, to let the resident know how the Town is solving the problem and when it will be corrected. To report potholes and other issues, call Holly Springs Public Works at (919) 552-5920.

Other issues

For problems on streets outside Town of Holly Springs limits, call NCDOT at (919) 733-3725. For problems with traffic signals, call the NCDOT at (919) 220-4600. Click here to report a malfunctioning street lights to Duke Energy Progress.