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Area Description

Nestled among Apex, Cary and Fuquay-Varina, all towns experiencing growth from the heavily populated Raleigh and Research Triangle Park areas, Holly Springs is rapidly growing. The Town of less than 1,000 just two decades ago in 1990 has grown to more than 30,000.

While the Town welcomes growth, leaders also are determined to control the quality and placement of new developments while preserving open space and creating public areas. One of the recent focuses has been on encouraging commercial development in downtown Holly Springs.

Whether it is the Town’s balance of commercial and residential development, its reasonable land prices coupled with its proximity to urban centers, or its small-town charm, new residents and businesses continue to be attracted to Holly Springs.

From the past to the present, from the small-town atmosphere where people still know each other by name to the frequent, unique family-oriented activities, Holly Springs is a town that is continuing to grow not just in population and industry but also in heart.

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   Annual special events we organize include:

Bass Lake Day
Bass Lake Photo Contest
Dog Days in the Park
Hollyfest
July 5th festivities
Main Street Christmas
Turtlefest
Summer Farmer's Market

The Town of Holly Springs Parks and Recreation Department has an extensive network of parks, greenways and facilities. Our facilities are used for programs, private rentals, athletic tournaments and much more.


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Holly Springs Cultural Center offers a variety of events each month.

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Climate

Monthly Temperatures / Rainfall

 Month  Low  Avg  High  Rain
 Jan  32.0  42.0  52.0  4.0 "
 Feb  34.0  45.0  56.0  3.6 "
 Mar  40.0  52.0  64.0  4.3 "
 Apr  48.0  60.5  73.0  3.0 "
 May  57.0  68.5  80.0  3.5 "
 Jun  65.0  75.5  86.0  4.8 "
 Jul  69.0  79.0  89.0  4.5 "
 Aug  68.0  78.0  88.0  4.4 "
 Sep  61.0  71.5  82.0  4.2 "
 Oct  50.0  61.5  73.0  3.5 "
 Nov  42.0  53.0  64.0  3.2 "
 Dec  34.0  44.5  55.0  3.2 "


Spring temperatures are cool with averages in the low 60's and highs in the low 70's. Nights are cold with lows in the upper 40's. Summer temperatures are warm with averages in the upper 70's and highs in the upper 80's. Nights are mild with lows in the upper 60's. Fall temperatures are cool with averages in the low 60's and highs in the low 70's. Nights are cool with lows in the low 50's. Winter temperatures are cold with averages in the low 40's and highs in the mid 50's. Nights are cold with lows in the low 30's.

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