Cary, it’s time for you to make your voice heard.

Shape Cary’s tomorrow on October 8.

Cary is a diverse, thriving community that has become one of the most desirable places to live in America thanks to decades of thoughtful planning, wise investments, and intentional actions. What will it take to keep Cary special?

It will take continued thoughtful planning, continued wise investments, and continued intentional actions by Cary citizens. You have already set the vision for tomorrow by creating the Imagine Cary Community Plan. With this plan as our guide, it’s time once again for wise investments and intentional actions. And that starts now with deciding on these bond referendums.

Your voices, your choices.

Your Cary Town Council voted unanimously to give you the opportunity to vote on financing up to $112 million dollars for parks and recreation projects and $113 million dollars for transportation projects that touch all parts of our community. Starting with early voting on September 18 until the general election on October 8, you will decide whether to approve each of these bonds.

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Important Dates

EARLY VOTING

September 18

Early voting begins September 18 and ends October 4.
Chatham Early Voting
Wake Early Voting

ABSENTEE VOTING

Requests for absentee ballots must be submitted by October 1.
Chatham Absentee Voting
Wake Absentee Voting

ELECTION DAY

October 8

Polls are open from 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. on October 8.
Chatham Voter Registration
Wake Voter Registration

Community Meetings

Many Cary residents attended community meetings to learn more about the bond referendums.

Thank you to all the Cary citizens who attended the Community Meetings on September 10 at The Cary Theater and September 16 at the Courtyard Marriott to learn more about the Shaping Cary’s Tomorrow bond referendum. Attendance and participation were strong – standing room only. If you were unable to join us at the meetings, but would like additional information about the bonds, please contact us at bonds@townofcary.org.

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Want to learn more? Contact your council member