Doing Business in Holly Springs

Visit this website to learn about the local government and services.  Below are a few highlights:

Opening or Expanding a Business
Opening or expanding a business in the Town of Holly Springs? The Economic Development Department is the place to visit.  Here you can find information about the Demographic Profile, Local Industry, Available Properties and more. Check out their Opening or Expanding a Business link which guides you through the steps required to open a business in Holly Springs whether you’re Constructing a new building, Renovating an existing building, Expanding in an existing building, Leasing a new space, or Opening a home-based business.

Sign Regulations in the Town of Holly Springs
Signage throughout the Town is subject to the regulations and restrictions found in the Unified Development Ordinance (UDO) Section 7.03 as well as any approved Master Sign Plan.  Signage sizes, heights, and locations vary by zoning district, developments, and type of sign.  A sign permit application is required to be submitted to the Department of Planning and Zoning for all signage on private property.

Here you’ll find a listing of the various Departments within the Town of Holly Springs, a brief description of each and links to the pages where you can find more detailed information including contacts.  Departments listed include: Administration, Code Enforcement, Economic Development, Engineering, Farmers Market, Finance, Fire, Human Resources, Information Technology, Parks & Recreation, Planning & Zoning, Police, Public Affairs & Communications, Public Works, Town Clerk’s Office, and Water Quality

The Small Business Resources link includes an annotated list of local, regional, and state/federal organizations and initiatives designed to help assist small business owners, entrepreneurs, and innovators seeking to start or expand their business. This page includes links to the Holly Springs Chamber of Commerce, the Greater Raleigh Chamber of Commerce, and the Wake Tech Small Business Center, among others. Short descriptions explain when and how to use each included link.
The Links and Resources page includes a longer, broader list of support organizations than the Small Business Resources page. Only the names of the organizations are listed on the page, so you can read through quickly and determine from the names which links can be most helpful to you.

The Chamber exists to support and represent member businesses and identify, encourage, and sponsor activities which promote prosperity for the business community and residents of Holly Springs.  Ribbon cuttings and grand openings can be arranged through the Chamber to help introduce your business to the local community.