- Cary Town Council will be holding its first-ever Virtual Town Hall this Thursday, April 30 at 6:30 p.m., which will be broadcast live on the Town of Cary Website, YouTube, and Cary TV.
- The event will include updates on Cary's current operations and COVID-19 response, as well as answers to questions submitted by citizens via email, web, and social media.
- Citizens can submit their questions for consideration by email, by social media posts, or online via the 311 Portal and Cary Town Council will answer selected questions during the live broadcast.
– The Town of Cary invites its citizens to connect with Town Council in its first ever Virtual Town Hall this Thursday, April 30, at 6:30 p.m. This event, to be broadcast live on the Town of Cary Website, YouTube, and CaryTV, will update citizens on ongoing efforts and operations surrounding COVID-19. Town Council will also be answering questions posed by citizens via social media, by emailing email@example.com
, and through the 311 Portal
in the week leading up to the event. For 311 submissions, be sure to choose "Virtual Town Hall - 4/30/20" in the drop down. Anonymous questions will not be accepted.
Questions should be submitted for consideration by noon on Thursday, April 30, and may be edited for length or clarity. All questions and answers are public record, and will be posted to the Town of Cary website following the event. Citizens can view the live broadcast at townofcary.org/live
, on YouTube
, or by tuning in to CaryTV on the following television stations in the viewing area:
- Spectrum Channel 11
- AT&T U-verse Channel 99
- Google Channel 142
For more information surrounding the Town of Cary's Virtual Town Hall, visit townofcary.org/virtual
, and follow us on social media for the latest updates.
For media inquiries, call (919) 380-4240