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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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The plan will dramatically change the face of transportation in Wake County over the next 10 years, providing more services to more people more often.
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Registration is open for Wake County 4-H Summer Camp, June 19 to June 24, 2016, for youth ages 8–14!
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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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ONE person. ONE day. ONE Wake. It only takes ONE to make a difference! Learn more about volunteer opportunities.
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Interested in connecting greenways to your town, we need your input. Wake County's Draft Greenway System Plan is now available for download and review! Please provide your feedback by May 20, 2016.
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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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County Manager Jim Hartmann presented a $1.2 billion recommended budget for Fiscal Year 2017 to the Board of Commissioners during its regular meeting Monday, May 16, 2016. Learn more about the FY17 Recommended Budget.
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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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Come out to the State Fairgrounds on June 4 for a day full of facts, fun and animal information! The Wake County Animal Center is proud to host its first Animal Services Day, from 10 a.m.–2 p.m.