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Cary is currently under a State of Emergency in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Most public-facing and staffed facilities are closed to the public, including Town Hall. All playgrounds are closed but greenways, parks, and park restrooms remain open at this time. Some services have been canceled or are limited. Learn more.

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Cary Cancels May Events as COVID-19 Response Continues

Post Date:04/17/2020 11:11 AM
  • All Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources events through May 31 have been canceled.
  • Public meeting status for May will be determined separately and announced later.
  • Up-to-date information for all events can be found at www.townofcary.org/calendar.

Full Release

Cary, NC – As part of its continued effort to flatten the curve of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Town of Cary has canceled all Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources events through May 31. This includes all classes, camps and programs. Full refunds will be issued for any registered camps, classes, facility reservations and ticketed Town events canceled due to COVID-19. For refund assistance, please contact recreation.support@townofcary.org. Decisions about May public meetings, including Town Council and advisory boards and commissions, will be made separately and announced at a later date. Town facilities remain closed through April 30. For current information on the status of all Town events, please refer to www.townofcary.org/calendar.

On Thursday, Wake County announced the extension of its Stay at Home proclamation through the end of April. The order includes new provisions for retail businesses and faith organizations.

Contact

If you have specific questions about Town services or operations, dial 311 anywhere in Cary, (919) 469-4000 outside town limits, or email 311@townofcary.org.

Resources
Wake County Extension of Stay at Home Order
COVID-19 FAQs on TownofCary.org
COVID-19 Information on TownofCary.org
Wake County’s FAQ Page on Stay at Home Order
Wake County Division of Public Health
North Carolina Public Health
N.C. Department of Health and Human Services
Center for Disease Control
World Health Organization

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