Waste Industries began collecting garbage and recycling Wednesday from customers on its Tuesday routes. Crews will run about a day behind, working through Saturday to try to reach everyone.
With Tuesday's cancellation and a delayed start Wednesday, crews are playing catch-up.
In parts of its multi-town service area, Waste Industries said Wednesday morning, some streets were too hazardous to drive down.
However, Holly Springs Public Works Director Luncie McNeil doesn't expect that to be the case here.
Customers who miss collection this week because they failed to have their carts at the curb in time are asked to wait for next week's collection if possible.
However, Waste Industries said it was trying to remain flexible this week. So residents who miss their collection this week and absolutely cannot wait until next week should call Holly Springs Public Works at (919) 552-5920. Town staff will relay those requests to Waste Industries.
On Wednesday, town offices and parks and recreation facilities opened at 10 a.m. However, athletic fields remain closed until further notice.
Wake County Public Schools are closed Wednesday.
Town parks and recreation programs and classes mirror Wake County Public Schools on weather closings and delays. However, parks and recreation facilities may be open even when programs and classes are canceled.