Stay Connected with Social Media
The Town of Cary is committed to open and transparent communication with its citizens. To that end, the Town maintains five Twitter feeds, five Facebook pages, and one YouTube channel to provide citizens with the latest information about Town programs, events, initiatives and services.
The Town's goal in using Twitter is to provide breaking news to our citizens in an easy to digest format. Communication is one-way, meaning the Town posts brief, timely updates on its wall but does not allow citizens to respond on its page. Citizens may, however, tag the Town in any post (@TownofCary) and use the hashtag #cary to let us know your thoughts.
Learn more about the Town activity on Twitter.
The Town's Facebook pages provide citizens with an opportunity to interact with three of our most popular community offerings - the Lazy Daze Festival, Spruce program, Cary Community Plan and Booth Amphitheatre - as well as get the most important news from Town Hall right in their newsfeed. Communication is two-way, so citizens can comment on the Town's posts, add photos to the Town's pages and "tag" themselves in photos. Before commenting, citizens should read the Town's rules for posting on our Facebook pages.
Learn more about the Town's use of Facebook.
The Town's YouTube channel provides online access to the programming found on its government public access channel, Cary TV. Citizens can watch council meetings, original shows like Bud TV and Cary Matters, as well as award-winning videos and leave comments. Subscribe to the channel (townofcarychannel) and read the rules for posting on the Town's YouTube channel.
Deputy Public Information Officer