COVID-19: Information for Citizens

Last updated December 3, 2020

Current Status

The Town of Cary is under a State of Emergency in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The State of North Carolina is currently under Phase 3 of Governor Cooper's plan to coordinate the state's response and manage activities that promote the spread of infection. Face masks are required at all times whenever someone not in the same household is present, including indoor and outdoor public spaces any time physical distancing of six feet is not possible.

Cary Town Hall and all other staffed facilities, with the exception of the Citizen’s Convenience Center, are closed to the public. Cary programs and events have been canceled until further notice.

What We’re Asking of Citizens

  • Stay at home. Please only travel away from your home for essential needs.
  • Reserve calls to 911 for imminent threats to people or property. 
  • Maintain social distancing of six feet from other people when possible, as recommended by the CDC.
  • Always follow best practices for good personal hygiene such as hand-washing.
  • Wear a mask in public places where it is not possible to social distance, as required by the Governor's Executive Order
  • Whenever possible, stay home if you’re sick, and as always, take care of each other in every situation.

 Recent Town of Cary News Releases

Miller Named Winner of Cary’s Annual Hometown Spirit Award

Post Date:11/13/2020 10:13 AM

CARY, NC – Brent Miller is the recipient of the Town of Cary’s annual Hometown Spirit Award, which is designed to recognize community-minded citizens who enhance the quality of life in Cary by preserving, promoting, and carrying out positive small-town community values and traits. Mayor Weinbrecht announced the 2020 winner during last night’s remote Council meeting. Miller will receive an award, and the Town will recognize him on a plaque inside Town Hall.

Miller has shown his life-long commitment and dedication to Cary, where he has lived for nearly 30 years. Brent’s nominators shared that his long-term and varied involvement in the civic life of Cary over 25 years embodies the vibrancy thcoat characterizes Cary’s culture of community and is the essence of the hometown spirit. He has been a member of the Friends of the Page-Walker since 2006, where he developed the comprehensive photo presentation of historical structures and is the editor of the Friends of the Page-Walker’s newsletter, The Innkeeper, which shares cultural events and Cary’s history. Miller served two terms on Cary’s Planning and Zoning Board, where he provided meaningful input on land development showing a respect for how land use decisions impact citizens. He has also served on the Board of Directors for Cary Emergency Medical Services. As part of his service on Cary’s Historic Preservation Commission, Miller led a comprehensive study on Cary’s historical resources that recommended four new local historical landmarks and helped develop the 2010 Historic Preservation Master Plan. Brent is a consummate volunteer at Cary’s events and programs and contributes to many other Cary based groups.

Inspired by a suggestion from Cary citizen Clifton Barnes, the Hometown Spirit Award is bestowed upon citizens with demonstrated leadership and integrity. In addition, the recipient must exemplify at least one of the following criteria: Helps neighbors and fellow Cary citizens; Demonstrates hospitality; promotes and preserves traditional American pastimes; shows a concern for preservation and works to preserve traditions and the small-town atmosphere in the community; promotes a sense of community in their neighborhood and all of Cary; demonstrates patriotism through promotion and preservation of the country’s symbols and dedication to the U.S. military, past and present; and serves the community through business. Cary residents age 21 and older were eligible for the award. In addition to Miller, this year’s nominees included Pat Galloway and Janet Holcombe.

For more information, visit townofcary.org/spirit.

Primary Contacts

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

Mayor Weinbrecht Announces the 2020 Hometown Spirit Award Winner
Hometown Spirit Award

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Contact Information

Town of Cary
Phone: Dial 311 within Cary limits or (919) 469-4000
Email: 311@townofcary.org

Wake County
Phone: (919) 250-1500
Email: covid19.questions@wakegov.com