The Town of Cary is committed to open, transparent communication with its citizens. To that end, the Town maintains five Twitter feeds, five Facebook pages and one YouTube channel to provide citizens with the latest information about Town programs, events, initiatives and services.
The Town's goal in using Twitter is to provide breaking news to our citizens in an easy to digest format. Citizens may tag the Town in any post (@TownofCary) and use the hashtag #carync to let us know your thoughts.
- TownofCary - Featuring headline news from Town Hall, including current projects, services and initiatives.
- TOC_Traffic - Alerts about traffic delays, closings and detours in and around Cary.
- TOC_Safety - Crime alerts, fire news and safety notifications in Cary.
- TOC_Downtown - Updates on initiatives, development plans, events and more in Cary Downtown.
- TOC_Fun - News about festivals, programs, classes, concerts, clinics and events sponsored by the Town of Cary.
- CaryTeens - Updates about the Cary Teen Council and programs and opportunities for area teens.
- CaryTheater - Find out what films, performances and other programs are coming to The Cary.
- Booth Amphitheatre - Keep up with the outdoor concerts, festivals and movies coming to the amphitheatre between the months of April-October.
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Keep up with the Town's tweets on projects, events and initiatives by searching any of the hashtags below. Include them in your own tweets, so that we can interact with you!
More on Twitter
Twitter limits the length of each "tweet" message to 140 characters. To maximize the effectiveness of our tweets, the Town of Cary will typically provide a link to additional information found on our website. These links may take the appearance of a third-party service used to shorten longer links, such as bit.ly or youtu.be (video from YouTube).
Usernames of Town of Cary "followers" are public record and may be viewed at any time on each of the Town's Twitter pages.
The Town's Facebook pages provide citizens with an opportunity to interact with our most popular community offerings, including the Lazy Daze and Spring Daze festivals, Cary's "green" programs such as Spruce, Imagine Cary, The Cary Theater and Booth Amphitheatre - and get the most important news from Town Hall right in their Facebook news feed. Before posting to the site, citizens should read the Town's social media posting guidelines below.
- Town of Cary, North Carolina - Featuring headline news, programs, initiatives and events as well opportunities to provide input to Town Hall.
- Cary Art Daze - The countdown to the Festival is on! Get updates on this year's Spring Daze and Lazy Daze Arts and Crafts festivals plus view photographs from past festivals.
- Imagine Cary - Interact and get involved with the Town of Cary's two-year comprehensive community plan process, Imagine Cary.
- Cary It Green - Find out how you can partner with the Town to keep Cary clean and forever green, including the Adopt-a-Spot program, clean up days and annual Big Sweep event.
- Booth Amphitheatre - From April through October, the Town's scenic performance venue offers movies, concerts, theater and more! Find out who's coming to Cary, purchase tickets and invite your friends!
- The Cary Theater - The Town's downtown theater offers movies and performances. Stay informed about upcoming events.
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More on Facebook
The Town provides relevant information on its Facebook pages through regular, timely posts. To maximize the effectiveness of each update, the Town of Cary will typically provide a link to our website for additional information. In addition, the Town will share photos, videos and helpful notes on Facebook.
Information posted to the Town of Cary's Facebook pages - including usernames - is public record and may be viewed at any time. All comments should follow the Town's official guidelines on commenting and posting.
The Town's YouTube channel provides online access to the programming found on its government public access channel, Cary TV. Citizens can watch Council meetings, original shows like Bud TV, Cary Matters and other award-winning videos as well as leave comments. Before posting to the site, please read the Town's social media posting guidelines below.
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The Cary Police Department uses NextDoor to communicate with Cary neighborhoods in each of the Town's three geopolicing districts. Residents may sign up to get information about crime alerts, safety tips, and other department news in their particular area.
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Social Media Posting Guidelines
Our social media sites are family-friendly forums dedicated to informing you of relevant programs, services, activities and initiatives of the Town of Cary, so please keep your comments and wall posts clean. Comments posted to the pages will be monitored, and posters are asked to follow the Town's posting guidelines. Posts found in violation of the guidelines will be removed.
By posting to the Town of Cary's social media pages, you accept and consent to the following:
- Comments and submissions must be topically related to the specific post.
- No graphic, obscene, explicit or racial comments or submissions.
- No comments that are abusive, threatening or intended to disparage or defame anyone or any organization.
- No solicitations or advertisements, promotions or endorsements of commercial services or products.
- No posts about an ongoing investigation or legal or administrative proceeding that could prejudice the processes or could interfere with an individual's rights.
- No copyrighted or trademarked words, images or graphics; items posted on the sites should be owned by the user. All items posted by the Town of Cary are official materials of the Town of Cary, NC local government.
- No comment, photo or video posts that suggest or encourage illegal activity.
- No documents of any kind.
- No posts that support or oppose political candidates or ballot propositions.
- Contact the Town of Cary team at firstname.lastname@example.org if you believe a post has been mistakenly filtered.
Participate at your own risk, taking personal responsibility for your posts, your username and any information provided.
The appearance of external links or the use of third-party applications on our social media sites does not constitute official endorsement by the Town of Cary. Our social media sites are monitored on Town of Cary workdays during regular business hours. Our goal is to respond to posts as needed within one business day.
Posts to Town of Cary social media sites are subject to the North Carolina Public Records Act and subject to inspection and copying by the public as stipulated therein.
Deputy Public Information Officer
Town Manager's Office