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  1. 2019 Year in Review

    The year 2019 has been a busy one in Holly Springs with progress shaped by the Town Council’s vision as expressed in the strategic plan adopted last spring. Read on...
  2. Overall Crime Rate Not Rising with Population Growth

    The Holly Springs Police Department has released its annual report for the past year, and the statistics are great news for residents, businesses and visitors to Holly Springs. Even though the population has been growing, the overall crime rate has not. Read on...
  3. Proposed Development Presented at Council Meeting

    Holly Springs could see a new 120 acre development near the Business Park. Read on...
  4. Seeking Volunteers to Serve at Town Hall Front Desk

    We’re looking for friendly, somewhat outgoing folks with a little time to spare and a willingness to volunteer it. If that sounds like you, we’d like to chat about joining us at Town Hall on a part-time, volunteer basis. Read on...
  5. Norris-Holland-Hare House Designated as Historic Landmark

    At its Dec. 17 meeting, the Holly Springs Town Council adopted an ordinance designating the house – which dates to the early 19th century and is one of the oldest in the county – as a historic landmark. Read on...
  6. Catch a Trout at Bass Lake Park

    An early present for anglers was delivered at Bass Lake Park! A couple thousand trout were released into the lake as part of a N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission program that aims to prevent an overabundance of excess trout in hatchery tanks. Read on...
  1. This Week in Government

    Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday | Jan. 20


    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.