Public Hearing and Legal Notices

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Updated December 7, 2018

Upcoming Town of Cary Public Hearings

Have you seen one of these signs?

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State law requires staff post signs on the property for certain public hearings (typically those public hearings about the use of a specific parcel of land). Click on the sign to view an interactive map and more details about these public hearings. Below is a list of all the Town's upcoming public hearings and other important public notices with links to the advertisements. You may also sign-up to join the Town’s email subscription service to receive a weekly email of all the upcoming public hearings.

Public Hearing Cases 

Case: 18-REZ-23 (6800 Holly Springs Road Rezoning)
Hear By: Town Council
Date: December 13, 2018

Case: 18-REZ-18 (Veterinary Specialty Hospital Expansion)
Hear By: Town Council
Date: December 13, 2018

Case: Technical Correction to the Zoning Map Pursuant to Land Development Ordinance Section 3.4.1 (I)
Hear By: Town Council
Date: December 13, 2018

Public Notices 

The Comprehensive Annual Financial Report for the Town of Cary, North Carolina as of and for the fiscal year ended June 30, 2018, is now available for public inspection in the Town Clerk’s office 8 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday-Friday. The report may also be inspected at the Wake County Public Library located in downtown Cary.  After December 13th, 2018, the report will be available on the Town of Cary website, Contact the Town of Cary Finance Department with questions at (919) 469-4380.

The Town Council, Zoning Board of Adjustment, and Historic Preservation Commission may conduct public hearings. Learn more about Public Hearings in Cary, including how you may participate, and the Types of Public Hearing cases. View each of their upcoming meeting agendas:

Verify the dates, times and locations of these meetings on the Town’s Meetings and Events Calendar.

In addition to formal public hearings, the Town of Cary offers numerous ways for the general public to give feedback: meetings with staff, public workshops, and more. Check out our Meetings & Events Calendar for a full list of upcoming opportunities. The Town also provides Requests For Proposals & Bid Notices electronically.


Town Clerk’s Office
(919) 469-4011

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