See Business and Development.
Police Service Centers
Police service centers allow officers to provide more convenient service and enhance their presence in the community. For more information, call Community Services at (919) 469-4324.
Report Potholes and other damage to Public Works & Utilities at (919) 469-4090 weekdays between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. or submit a service request. During wet winter weather months, we will work to provide a temporary cold patch to potholes on Cary-maintained streets by the next business day. Potholes on state-maintained roads in Cary will be reported to the N.C. Department of Transportation. See also Street Maintenance.
Programs for preschoolers are offered at the Bond Park Community Center, Cary Community Center, Jordan Hall Arts Center and the Stevens Nature Center. Parks, Recreation & Cultural Resources, 469-4061
Pretreatment of Wastewater
Any user of the sanitary sewer collection and treatment system is subject to the Town of Cary Sanitary Sewer Use Ordinance. Institutional food preparation and serving facilities are required to adequately trap and retain fats, oils and greases prior to discharge into the sanitary sewer collection and treatment system. In certain cases, an Industrial Discharge Permit will be required of a user in order to comply with the Sanitary Sewer Use Ordinance. Residential users are asked to consider their own cleaning practices and their impact on the control of greasy wash water, food solids and oils to the Town of Cary sanitary sewer system. Public Works & Utilities, 462-3871 or 319-4564
Parks, Recreation & Cultural Resources programs are detailed in seasonal brochures issued three times a year. An electronic version of the current brochure is available on the Town's website. Hard copies are available at the Bond Park Community Center, Cary Community Center, Jordan Hall Arts Center, Page- Walker Arts & History Center, Hemlock Bluffs and the Parks, Recreation & Cultural Resources office. Parks, Recreation & Cultural Resources, 919-469-4061
See the extensive recycling section of the website.
The Challenge "Ropes" Course is an outdoor learning facility designed to encourage individuals and groups to see their potential through a progression of challenging activities that foster personal growth and improved teamwork. Groups are guided through the course by faciliators. The experience can be tailored to those with special needs. A minimum group of 8 is required. Bond Park, 469-4100; Parks, Recreation & Cultural Resources, 469-4061