Town Hall and most staffed facilities will be closed on Monday, May 28 in observance of Memorial Day. View the GoCary operations schedule and the solid waste schedule for service changes, and the calendar for Memorial Day event information. 

Upcoming Events

Quick Contact 

For questions about events, programs, classes, and facilities:

(919) 469-4061

Or visit our administrative offices at Town Hall or any community center and we will be happy to assist you.

About Us 


To provide high-quality and accessible programs, services, parks, and facilities that inspire and enrich the lives of all Cary citizens.


We engage Cary citizens to discover the extraordinary, create memories, strengthen the community, and experience the highest quality of life.




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  •   BikeCaryMonth-2018-PRCRhome-01 Bike Cary Month

    Did you know that May is National Bike Month? It's a perfect time to grab your bike, get outside, and enjoy the weather. Come see Cary from a new perspective…on two wheels! This month, participate in events and educational opportunities, join a group ride, or take a recommended ride.

  • ProgramGuide-2018-summer-PRCRhome-01 Summer Programs, Classes, & Camps

    Registration is open for our summer offerings! The Summer Parks, Recreation & Cultural Resources Program Guide, along with the Senior and Teen Scene Guides can be browsed online or you can pick up a printed copy at any Parks, Recreation & Cultural Resources staffed facility.

  • AdventureDay-2018-PRCRhome-01 Adventure Awaits!

    Bond Park is opening their challenge course and boat rentals for a special day of fun and adventure! This unique one-day pass gives you access to the high-ropes course, zip line, and unlimited boat rentals on May 26. All equipment is provided; register today!

  • memorialDay-2018-PRCRhome-01 Memorial Day Remembrance

    Join us for a ceremony at Veterans Freedom Park from 2:30-3:30 p.m. on May 28 to remember those who lost their lives in selfless service to our country. The ceremony will feature speakers from the Town of Cary and local armed forces community support groups as well as patriotic music.

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