Join your neighbors at this year’s Apex Night Out event. This event brings citizens and together with the Apex Police Department to strengthen neighborhood spirit and foster partnerships for safer communities.
When: Tuesday, October 7th from 5-9 pm
Where: Apex Target parking lot, 1201 Beaver Creek Commons Drive
This FREE event has something for everyone – food, games, exhibits, and giveaways!
Historically in Apex, kids have done their trick-or-treating on whatever day Halloween falls (October 31st, which this year is a Friday). However, the Town does not officially set this date, or take a position on what day any holiday is celebrated.
For the safety of all involved, the only suggestion we make is that all trick-or-treating is done before 9 pm.
The Apex Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) will host a Skywarn weather spotter training on Thursday, October 2nd at 6:30 pm at the Halle Cultural Arts Center. This training is free!
If you would like to attend, please contact email@example.com.
Wake county’s Solid Waste Management Division will provide free landfill tours on Wednesday, September 24, 2014 from 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the South Wake Solid Waste Facility located at 6300 Old Smithfield Road, Apex, NC 27539.
Participants will ride through a Convenience Center, a Household Hazardous Waste Facility, a Multi-Material Recycling Facility and a Landfill Gas-to-Energy Facility. Participants will have the opportunity to learn what happens to their household garbage after it is collected from the curbside. In addition, visitors will have the opportunity to learn what common household items are banned from the landfill and how Wake County is turning household garbage into a renewable power source.
The tours are open to Wake County residents, but space is limited. To register and learn more about the tours, visit surveymonkey.com/s/SouthWakePublicLandfillTours.
A 9/11 remembrance event will be held at the Apex Service Memorial on Thursday, Sept. 11 beginning at 8:15 am. The event is hosted by the NC Division of Veterans Affairs and American Legion Post 124. (The Service Memorial is located on the corner of Saunders St. and N. Salem St in downtown Apex.)
Details at tinyurl.com/m64ftjb.
Residents in some areas of town are currently experiencing an “earthy” odor/taste in their water. Each year around this time, our water source (Jordan Lake) begins to “turn over”, which creates minor and short-lived irregularities in our system. Not to worry though, your water is completely safe to use and consume.
The staff at the Cary/Apex Water Treatment Facility are working to resolve the issue with increased charcoal filtering at the lake intake and UV filtering at the plant, which should clear up any odor or taste issues in 1-2 days.
The APD encourages all residents to help prevent identity theft by bringing unwanted papers containing personal information to be shred. It is open to residents and is free of charge. No home businesses, please.
Saturday, September 13th * 9 am—Noon (or Until Shred Truck is Full) * 205 Saunders St - Parking lot across from APD
- Only documents containing personal identifying information will be accepted (i.e. bills, bank statements, old check).
- Please do not bring books, magazines or newspapers and other recyclables.
- Staples and paper clips do not need to be removed.
- Please remove all metal from hanging file folder and spiral bound notebooks.
- Please limit the amount of items to be destroyed to 3 small boxes/bags.
For questions and more information, contact:
Officer Matt Hunter or Officer JT Allen
Waste Industries will not pickup garbage or recycling on Monday, September 1st since the Wake County Landfill is closed in observance of Labor Day.
As a result, solid waste and recycling collection will be delayed by one day during the week of Labor Day.
Two Apex playgrounds will be closed temporarily to allow for placement of new sod.
- Hunter Street Park: Closed from 8/25 - 9/5
- Apex Nature Park: Closed from 8/27 - 9/5
Please avoid play in these areas to allow the sod to take root.
Come tee it up at the Crooked Creek Golf Course on September 24th to support the North Carolina Special Olympics. The Apex Police Department will be hosting it's annual golf tournament as part of our Law Enforcement Torch Run efforts.
Get your team together and come enjoy a great round! Cost is $250 for a team of four and includes breakfast and lunch, this year provided by Carabba's of Apex! Prizes will be awarded for the longest drive, longest putt and closest to the pin, as well as numerous door prizes.
For more info contact: Master Officer Jason Stone (919-387-3024)