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We are pleased to offer this series of independent films for free! Check out the schedule.
The Economic Development Department has compiled a list of current available property throughout Fuquay-Varina. This listing includes retail, office, industrial, and flex space that may be available. Please note that this is not an exhaustive list of ever...
If you are interested in hosting an event in Fuquay-Varina, you will need to complete the special event form to ensure all details comply with the Town of Fuquay-Varina. For more questions call Casey Verburg at 919.753.1040.
FVFD was dispatched to 4,204 calls in 2018. Click on the link below for some interesting statistics on the calls they ran.
On Tuesday, January 29, 2019, fourteen new firefighters graduated from the Wake County Fire Academy. Three of these new firefighters, Riley Prince, David Pore and Jonathan Fisher, are volunteers at the Fuquay-Varina Fire Department and former me...
FVFD staff were recognized for their outstanding achievements in 2018 at the Volunteer Firefighters' Organization Banquet on Saturday, January 19, 2019 at Carrollock Farms. Click on the link below for a list of all award winners.
Fuquay-Varina Fire Department Captain Joseph "Joe" Carter was recently recognized as a Hometown Hero by John Heister Chevrolet and the North Carolina Automobile Dealers Association Charitable Foundation.
The Hometown Heroes Program recognizes Fir...
Did you or someone you know receive a Hoverboard for Christmas? There have been many reports of some boards catching fire. Click on the link below to read recommendations from our friends at the NFPA to be fire safe when using these devices.
Jonathan Thompson began his career at the Town of Swansboro Fire Department in 2012 where he was a volunteer firefighter for two years. He graduated from the Crystal Coast Fire Academy in 2013 and proceeded to work part-time at the Swansboro and...
State officials award a Rating of 2 (Municipal) and 4 (Rural)
A pre-budget public hearing is scheduled for Tues., Feb. 19 at 7 pm to hear public comment on the upcoming budget.
Annually, the state mandates this process change. In Fuquay-Varina, it will be Feb. 25-Apr. 5, 2019.
The town currently has $33 million in road projects in the pipeline. What's happening with these projects? Learn more here.
Move n' groove with your heart and your feet will follow! New Spring Movement Classes for Children will start in March. To learn more give us a call at (919)552-1430. Hurry! Spots are limited so register today at fvparks.org or stop by the Community Cente...
The Spring Program brochure is now available! Senior Resident registration (for trips only) starts Monday, December 3rd. All classes and non-resident senior registration will open on Monday, December 10th.
Each year, the Transit Planning Advisory Committee votes to recommend the annual Wake Transit Work Plan to both the NC Capital Area Metropolitan Planning Organization Executive Board and the GoTriangle Board of Trustees for their approval.
The FY20 draft W...
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A dash more fun in Fuquay-Varina! Find community events here!
If there's a snow event, here's the priority for snow removal on town streets.
Review information on the current and upcoming budget.