Residents are reminded to return the signed and notarized utility service easements to Town Hall.
In accordance with House Bill 73, adopted by the North Carolina General Assembly, the Holly Brook subdivision was annexed into the Town of Cary, with an effective date of June 30, 2015. Per a petition submitted to the Town of Cary by a majority of the property owners in the Holly Brook neighborhood, and approved by the Town Council, the Town of Cary Water Resources Department is beginning plans to extend municipal water and sewer services within the Holly Brook subdivision.
The Holly Brook Water and Sewer Extension Project involves:
- The installation of 1,250 linear feet of 12-inch water main, 6,600 linear feet of 8-inch water main, providing service connections for 90 individual properties in all three phases of the Holly Brook subdivision.
- The extension of 5,700 linear feet of 8-inch gravity sewer line, providing service connections for 90 individual properties in all three phases of the Holly Brook subdivision.
The Town of Cary is committed to providing exceptional services and to delivering high-quality water through a safe and reliable system. Our utilities protect public health, provide fire protection, safeguard the environment and support opportunities for economic prosperity. This project is in keeping with the Town’s commitments and specific benefits to Holly Brook subdivision residents and includes:
- Improved water quality
- Improved fire protection
- Superior sewer service
- Lower cost for water and sewer
- Exceptional customer service
- Abandonment of septic tank/private pump systems
As of March 2019, this project is complete and under one year warranty.
The total budget for the project is estimated to be $5.6 million, which is funded by utility capital revenue sources.
- Petition for Extension of Water and Sewer Utilities for the Holly Brook Neighborhood
- Additional Petition Documents
The following documents contain additional information related to connection to the Town of Cary utilities.
- Utility Connections FAQs
- Instructions for Hooking to Town of Cary Services
- Wake County Instructions for Abandoning Existing Septic System
- Policy Statement #23
- Utility Connection Fees, including irrigation meters (pages 85-86)
Cary and Morrisville Water and Sewer Development Fees (pages 17-19; document pages 11-13)
- Residential Permit Application (plumbing and electrical permit)
- Annual Water Quality Report
- Annual Wastewater Quality Report
- Connection Notice
Brian J. Drake, PE