In November 2011, Holly Springs voters approved a $20 million Parks and Recreation general obligation bond referendum. Subsequently, Town leaders issued approximately $12 million, which was invested in major improvements to many of our local parks, including the construction of sports fields, greenways and outdoor recreational amenities.  Approximately $8 million of available Parks and Recreation Bond funds remain.  It has been determined by the Town’s external financial advisor that NO property tax rate increase would be required to cover the additional Parks & Recreation debt payments.

The Town Council has developed prioritization categories to help decide if and how remaining funds should be allocated. Citizen input is requested to help inform which public investments are most desired by the community.  Please consider sharing your feedback on this brief, five-question survey.

Thank you for your participation!