Cary 101: Class of 2020
The following is a general course outline and is subject to change. A more detailed agenda will be provided to selected participants prior to the program's start.
To receive a graduation certificate, participants should attend at least seven of the eight sessions. Homework will be assigned to enhance a participant's understanding of course materials, but will not be required for graduation.
Understand Cary's basic structure, culture and organization.
Government in Action
Meet Cary's Council members, Clerk's Office, Boards, Commissions and other staff at a reception prior to attending the Council meeting.
Learn about Cary's fire, police and 911 services.
Recreation, Leisure, and Community Building
See how Cary engages the community with recreation, arts and leisure opportunities.
Mobility: Today & Tomorrow
Streets, greenways, bike lanes and buses! Learn how Cary keeps things moving.
Consider the many factors affecting Cary's development and growth.
Public Works & Utilities
Meet the many faces of Public Works & Utilities!
What's new in Cary and recognition of participants.