Cary Municipal Center Project

The Village is excited to announce that the construction of the new Cary Municipal Center is complete! The new 21,000 square-foot facility houses both the village hall and police station. The building has been carefully designed to optimize the space necessary for modern police and local government operations. The Cary Municipal Center also includes a new multi-purpose village board room that will be utilized for classroom training or an emergency operations center.

Check out the slideshow of the History of Cary's Village Halls, the original animated renderings of the building, as well as the construction camera feed, which shows a time lapse of the building's construction. Visit the Cary Municipal Center Overview page for additional background on the process that led to this exciting new building.

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Check out the video of the Cary Municipal Center construction:

Construction of the Cary Municipal Center kicked off with the official groundbreaking on September 29, 2020 and finished with a ribbon cutting ceremony on December 14, 2021. 

Even with the supply shortages due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the construction of the Municipal Center was completed on time and within the Village's budgeted amount.

The Cary Municipal Center opened to the public on December 17, 2021 and is located at 755 Georgetown Drive.