Welcome to the official website for Rolesville, North Carolina.Rolesville is a small town nestled in northeastern Wake County just outside the capital city of Raleigh. It is the second oldest town in Wake County and one of the fastest growing towns in the State of North Carolina for the past several years. We welcome you to the official website for our community and invite you to learn more about this community that so many people love calling “home”. Come visit our town and find out that we are a unique place to live, work, and play.
Waste Collection CHANGES
Currently, waste and recycling is collected on Thursdays and Fridays depending upon where one lives in Rolesville. That is going to change though here soon. Starting APRIL 16, 2014, waste and recycling will start being collected throughout all of Rolesville on WEDNESDAYS. This will hopefully eliminate some confusion while also being economical and environmentally friendly. Yard waste will continue to be collected every other Monday so there will be no changes there. If you are interested in what items are and are not collected with pickup, click here to download the informational flyer. If your question or concern is not answered in the flyer, you may call Town Hall at 919.556.3506
Rolesville Bypass FAQ’s
There are a lot of rumors and questions going around about the US 401 (Rolesville) Bypass. Some reports have been incorrect and there is old and/or bad information floating around. Hoping to eliminate confusion, the Town has created a list of answers to some frequently asked questions (FAQ’s). Click here to download a two page flyer to learn more. On April 22, the Town will host an informational session to allow all community residents to learn more about the bypass from NC DOT officials. This forum will be between 5:30 pm and 7:00 pm at Rolesville Town Hall (502 Southtown Circle) henceforth allowing people to come and go at their convenience.
Rabies & Microchip Clinic
The Town of Rolesville is once again working with Wake County to host a Rabies & Microchip Clinic. It will be held on Saturday, May 3rd from 9 am to 12 noon. Come to Main Street Park’s gazebo and follow the blue balloons for additional parking. Costs are $5 for a rabies vaccine and $10 for a microchip implant. For more information, contact the Wake County Animal Center at 919.212.PETS. You can also click here to download a fridge flyer.
Wake County & Rolesville CDBG project
The Town of Rolesville is once again partnering with Wake County (Human Service Department) for Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funding. As part of the federal requirements of this project, the Action Plan needs to be made available to our residents and publicized. Click here to view a copy of the plan or simply call the Town of Rolesville Planning Department at 919.554.6517 with questions.
Operation: Porch Light
Operation Porch Light: ”Flip on the light to put crime in sight”. This is a program offered by the Rolesville Police Department. The Town wants to be pro-active and prevent crime before it happens. We need everyone’s help though and that is where this new program comes in. The Town is asking everyone to turn on their front porch lights, driveway lights, backdoor lights, etc. EVERY night. Our purpose is to increase awareness of safety. Please be sure to lock you vehicles, doors, and windows at all times and don’t give criminals the opportunity in our community. To learn more about Operation Porch Light and get tips, click here and visit the Police Department’s page for the program.
Get Connected To Rolesville
Blackboard Connect is a mass notification system that allows the Town to contact all businesses and residents in the community within minutes of an emergency. It also allows us to notify everyone about important community meetings or other community-related information, thereby improving overall communication. Click here to visit the page to learn more about this system.
We want feedback from you!
What do you think of this website? The Town of Rolesville is interested in how to inform, communicate, and serve you (the public) better. Please tell us what you think about this new website and of how we can improve it better. To give feedback, please email the Town Manager, Bryan Hicks, at firstname.lastname@example.org. We thank you in advance. –