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Posted on: January 9, 2019

How Should the Town Prioritize Investments in Parks and Recreation Amenities?

The Holly Springs Town Council is seeking your priorities on possible parks and recreation investments.

In 2011, Holly Springs voters authorized $20 million in town parks and recreation bonds, of which $12 million has been spent. An external financial advisor has determined that the town could issue the remaining $8 million in bonds without requiring a town property tax increase to pay the additional debt. 

No Town Council action has yet been taken on whether to issue the remaining $8 million in bonds.

Share your thoughts and priorities with the council through a five-question survey at

The $12 million in bonds that have been issued were spent for construction of sports fields, greenways and outdoor recreational amenities.  

The town parks and recreation bonds are separate from county bonds that Wake voters approved last fall for parks, greenways, recreation, and open space. 

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