Many families are choosing to settle in Holly Springs, based on a 33 percent growth rate since 2009 and an estimated 37,000 residents in 2018. RTP and downtown Raleigh are easily accessible via I-540 and, in 2013, Bloomberg Businessweek named Holly Springs “The Best Place in North Carolina to Raise Kids.”

This Wake County boomtowns is home to a $5 million cultural center, $19 million Ting Park, golf courses and spacious parks. Ting Park was named the “Public Park of the Year” by Tennis Industry magazine in January 2017; and, in 2018, Holly Springs ranked third on the National Council for Home Safety and Security’s list of “The Safest Cities in North Carolina.”

Town of Holly Springs

128 S. Main St., 919-552-6221

Population: 33,260

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