Last Update: October 1st at 7:45 am
Parks & Recreation Updates:
- Parks: will open at 9 am on Saturday, October 1st.
- Facilities: The Community Center, Cultural Arts Center and Apex Senior Center will operate on a regular schedule.
- Baseball/Softball: Cancelled due to poor field conditions.
- Volleyball: Games will be held on schedule
- Soccer: Jaycee Park soccer games (5-6 yr. olds) are cancelled due to poor field conditions; all other soccer games played on turf fields will start play at 10 am (any games scheduled for 9 am will be rescheduled for later in the day - look out for information from your coaches).
- Weather Hotline: Some wireless customers are having trouble reaching the Weather Hotline at (919) 249-3348. We're attempting to contact the wireless carrier regarding this issue.
Report a Concern: Use this page to report concerns like fallen trees, greenway issues, etc.
Be Prepared and Stay Tuned
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|Power Outages||Report outages by mobile app, online portal, or phone number, and receive updates on restoration times.|
Beginning at 6:00 am on September 30, 2022, the outage map will only show the size and general location of outages. System Estimated Time of Restoration (ETR) will not be provided until after Hurricane Ian has passed, and we have had time to assess any damages in our service area.
|Athletics||Call into the Athletics Weather Hotline, (919) 249-3348, for updates about game / practice cancellations. The hotline is updated by 4pm on weekdays. |
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Please do not report emergencies to our social media accounts.
|Schools||The Wake County Public School System makes decisions on all delays and closures for Apex public schools. Check their website for more information.|
Even when Town offices are closed, we're still hard at work!
Essential personnel are still working to provide the services you need during any weather event. Police are patrolling, Fire is ready as always to respond to emergencies, and our Public Works and Parks departments are using all resources available to mitigate impacts to the roadways.