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Village News Feed

News, project updates, and alerts from the Village of Cary.

Jun 24

Metra 2022 Fact Book

Posted on June 24, 2022 at 2:53 PM by Courtney Sage

Metra has released their 2022 Fact Book for the public to view. The book includes information such as information about Metra's current service levels, ridership data, and the 2022-2026 capital program.


 To read the Metra 2022 fact book, visit this link: /DocumentCenter/View/4681/2022-Metra-Fact-Book

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Jun 24

Village moves to "Yellow Condition" of the Outdoor Water Conservation Code

Posted on June 24, 2022 at 12:26 PM by Courtney Sage

With the recent spike in temperatures and abnormally dry weather forecasted for the start of summer, the Cary Public Works Department is taking precautionary steps to protect against potential drought conditions.

Effective immediately, the Village of Cary will be moving to the “Yellow Condition” of its Outdoor Water Conservation Code. The use of lawn sprinklers and irrigation systems connected to the Village of Cary’s public water supply are only permitted between the hours of 6:00 pm and 10:00 pm. Other outdoor water uses such as hand-watering of gardens and washing personal vehicles will continue to be unrestricted.

Should drought conditions or other factors warrant additional measures to protect our drinking water supply, this condition could change in the future and further limit outdoor water uses.

Jun 21

Fireworks - Friday, July 1 at Lions Park

Posted on June 21, 2022 at 2:36 PM by Susan Greene

Join the Cary Park District on Friday, July 1 at Lions Park in Cary to celebrate Independence Day with the multi-genre sounds of “The Hat Guys” playing hits spanning six decades. The band performs from 7:30 – 9:30 pm with fireworks scheduled to start shortly after the band’s performance.

Pack a picnic or purchase food and beverages at the park from one of several food trucks to make your celebration under the stars complete. Food trucks scheduled to be there are Your Sisters Tomato, Brothers’ BBQ and Taco Chicas. There will also be a funnel cake truck.

Admission to the celebration is free. Parking cost $10 for pavement parking and $5 for grass parking. Park opens at 6:30 pm for the evening’s festivities.

For more information, contact the Cary Park District at 847.639.6100.

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