Fiber Technologyred green and blue fiber optic cable

The town's fiber optic network serves town facilities and has excess capacity that Ting Internet has licensed to bring gigabit download and upload speeds to homes and businesses. 


 dark and light blue, green Duke energy logo

Duke Progress Energy—a Fortune 250 company

Natural Gas

on the left is a blue and white half circle with lines through it. To the right reads Dominion energy. This is their logoDominion Energy


various logos that include a blue sphere with white lines through it for AT&T, a green and dark green circle with a white center for Century link, a blue spectrum with a small arrow pointing to the right for "spectrum", a logo that reads "ting crazy fast fiber internet" and lastly a gray cell phone tower

AT&T, CenturyLink, Ting Internet, and Spectrum      

(this may not encompass all providers)  


on the top includes a big "H" with Harnett regional water written next to it, on the right is a map of various counties near eachother with Wake on the on the furthest rights, durham to the left, and orange county on the furthest left. This map shows the water running through orange county, durham county, chatham county, lee county, and harnett county. On the left is a graphic is water flowing.

The source of water for the Town of Holly Springs is the Cape Fear River that is processed in the Harnett County water treatment plant. The town has the ability to acquire up to 10 million gallons per day through this source. 


holly-springs-water-towerThe town treats wastewater from homes and businesses at the Utley Creek Water Reclamation Facility, located within Holly Springs. Current plant capacity is 6.0 million gallons per day.