As described on the Get Started page, any Buckhurst West resident can get involved in their neighborhood's efforts to "go green" in two simple ways:

1. Commit at the Household Level by filling out the How Green Can I Be? form.

HowGreenCanIBeSingleFamilyA progress dashboard has been developed to highlight the number of forms filled out by Buckhurst West residents. The dashboard shows the progress of Buckhurst West towards its recognition as a Green Neighborhood. Silver, Gold and Platinum levels will be awarded depending on the number of forms that are filled out. This dashboard is updated in the first week of every month.

2. Get Together with Your Neighbors to Participate in Community Activities (coordinated by the Neighborhood Volunteer Team)

Get energized, have fun, and make new friends in your neighborhood while inspiring each other along the way by participating in several Community Activities being offered especially to your community. These activities, many of which are being brought to you at your doorstep, are excellent opportunities to learn something new or something you were always interested in but have never had a chance to engage in. 

Forthcoming Community Activities

There are no additional activities scheduled at this time.

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Buckhurst West

Updated on 04/25/2017 11:41 AM

Community Activities Completed To Date


Birds in your backyard tour – Oct 15, 2016

Volunteer Leader Coordinator: Deb Ryan

Activity Report


Follow the waterflow in the neighborhood – Oct 29, 2016

Volunteer Leader Coordinator: Deb Ryan

Activity Report coming soon


Build your own birdhouse – Feb 25, 2017

Volunteer Leader Coordinator: Jim Padian

Activity Report


The Buckhurst West Volunteer Leadership Team describes their community as follows:

"Buckhurst West is a small neighborhood of 70 single family homes in the heart of Cary close to downtown. With wide streets, sidewalks and Northwoods Greenway access, it is a great community for families who enjoy an active lifestyle. The neighborhood has a playground for small children, a play field, and is an easy walk to Godbold park, the Dog Park, the Skate Park, Northwoods Elementary School and the many shops situated in and around the Maynard-Harrison-Chapel Hill Road intersections. The neighborhood has successfully run the Town of Cary's Adopt-a-Spot program for parts of Northwoods and Blackcreek Greenway for several years."