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about_wake
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With our welcoming climate, exciting sports teams, a variety of museums and parks, great shops and restaurants, and emphasis on history, Wake County has something to offer everyone! Learn more.
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Mosquito season is here! View helpful tips on protecting yourself from mosquito bites, the most common way the virus has spread in other countries.
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Cool for Wake is a seasonal outreach providing fans to vulnerable citizens affected by extreme summer temperatures. Learn more.
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Wake Board of Elections staff is hitting the road this summer to help Wake County citizens register to vote and get ready for the upcoming elections. Find an event near you!
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The Wake County Board of Commissioners voted to officially adopt the Recommended Wake County Transit Plan on Monday, June 6. The board also voted to authorize placing a one-half percent local sales tax referendum on the Nov. 8, 2016, ballot.
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For its use of technology to best serve its million residents and numerous visitors, Wake County has been named the number-one digital county of its size in the nation in the 2016 Digital Counties Survey.
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Wake County’s #ONEWake Volunteer Recognition Awards Program aims to acknowledge and encourage the less-visible, unsung heroes in our county who are making a difference.
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In the first 40 years: 8 County parks developed, 2 nature preserves opened, 34 school parks supported, 8 greenways funded, and 6,190 acres of land protected
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Wake County Public Libraries, along with Wake County Parks, Recreation, and Open Space, will host the annual Storytelling Festival on Saturday, Sept. 24. This free event will take place at Historic Oak View County Park from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m.

 



 

 

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