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Lets cover off Cary first. Cary is a large town in Wake and Chatham counties in the U.S. state of North Carolina. Located almost entirely in Wake County, it is the second largest municipality in that county and the third largest municipality in The Triangle after Raleigh and Durham. Cary is a suburb of Raleigh.

The Census Bureau estimates that its population had grown to 134,000 by 2009, making it the largest town and seventh largest municipality statewide. The census bureau more recently rated the Raleigh-Cary metropolitan area as the fastest growing municipality in the U.S. between 2007 and 2008

Cary is situated at the heart of North Carolina‘s Research Triangle Region. It is edged on the north and east by Raleigh, on the north and west by Research Triangle Park and Morrisville, on the south by Apex and Holly Springs, and on the west by the Jordan Lake area.

The majority of Cary is in western Wake County, with a small part in Chatham County.

On the whole, Caryites are a blessed, hard-working group with one of the highest median household incomes in the state.And being no further than 20 minutes from major universities such as Duke, North Carolina State, and the University of North Carolina, it’s no wonder that education is an important part of Cary life.

Cary, North CarolinaMore than two-thirds of adults hold a college degree. Nearly 9 in 10 citizens have access to the Internet in this, the Technology Town of North Carolina.

In terms of higher education, 68.0% of adult residents in Cary (ages 25 and older) hold an associate degree or higher, and 60.7% of adults possess a baccalaureate degree or higher. Cary has one of the lowest crime rates in the state for municipalities of its size. The home ownership rate owner-occupied housing units to total units is 72.8%.

Cary‘s reputation as a bedroom community for affluent transplants from outside the South has led to humorous backronyms for its name such as “Containment Area for Relocated Yankees.” Data from the 2000 Census shows 29.2% of Cary residents are native to North Carolina. 55.2% were born in other states. Additionally, 15.6% of the town’s population were born outside the United States

Cary is a thriving community in the heart of the Triangle area of North Carolina, between Raleigh and renowned Research Triangle Park. The Triangle area repeatedly has ranked among the top regions in the country to live or work, to find a home or start a business, to raise a family or retire.

The January 2004 issue of Money Magazine names Cary, NC. the hottest town in the East and one of six Hottest Towns in America.In August 2006, Cary was again recognized by Money Magazine as one of the Best Small Cities in America, ranking fifth on the magazine’s 2006 list of Best Places to Live.

Cary, North CarolinaCary embraces the best of city life:

Our sense of security – Cary continually ranks as one of the top 20 safest large cities nationally and the safest in the Southeast. Its Police and Fire departments and Emergency Medical Services are nationally accredited.

Livability – Tree-lined streets and well-groomed subdivisions and office parks show Cary has grown the right way.

Vibrancy – Cary is home to world class businesses and national retail stores. Our fast-growing Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources program has something for everyone, regardless of age or interest.

Diversity – School-age children comprise nearly a quarter of Cary’s population. Yet people of retirement age are the fastest-growing group in Cary. Fourteen percent of townspeople were born in another country, and the Asian population – Cary’s largest minority – tripled during the 1990s.

A progressive approach to challenge – Cary is proactive. We’re conserving drinking water by reclaiming treated wastewater for irrigation and industrial processes, preserving open space, and working with citizens and county leaders to make our schools even better.

Yet we’ve remained the Town of Cary while growing to more than 100,000 people.

At the Town of Cary, we focus every day on enriching the lives of our citizens by creating an exceptional environment and providing exemplary services that enable our community to thrive and prosper.


Cary, North CarolinaPublic transit

Public transit within the town is provided by C-Tran, with six fixed-routes. There is also a door-to-door service for the elderly (55+) and riders with disabilities. Triangle Transit operates fixed-route buses that serve the metropolitan region and connect to the local municipal transit systems in Raleigh, Durham and Chapel Hill.

Intercity rail

Amtrak‘s Silver Star, Carolinian and Piedmont passenger trains stop at the Cary Amtrak station. They offer service to Charlotte, New York City, Miami, and intermediate points.


The League of American Bicyclists has designated Cary one of the fourteen recipients of the first Bicycle-Friendly Community awards for “providing safe accommodation and facilities for bicyclists and encouraging residents to bike for transportation and recreation”.

U.S. Bicycle Route #1 passes through suburban Cary, as does N.C. Bicycle Route #2, the “Mountains to Sea” route.


Cary Greenways and Trails maintains a network of sidewalks and paved trails connecting neighborhoods and parks throughout the town. These greenways place strict requirements on environmental conditions to preserve a park-like atmosphere. In addition, standard sidewalks and paths exist throughout the town.


The Raleigh-Durham International Airport, located north of Cary via Interstate-40 between Cary, Raleigh and Durham, serves Cary and the greater Research Triangle metropolitan region. Raleigh-Durham is a focus town for American Airlines and a hub for American Eagle Airlines.

Freeways and primary routes

Cary Chamber of CommerceCary Notable businesses


Cary Employment Statistics

Population of Cary

Total population 107,446
Male 48.71%
Female 51.29%
Median age 34.9

Cary Housing

Owner-occupied homes 71.5%
Median cost of a home $238,800
Median mortgage payment $1,131
Renter-occupied homes 28.5%
Vacant housing 5.0%
Median monthly rent $767

Average Income

Median for all workers $40,130
Median for all male full-time $68,872
Median for all female full-time $39,415

Household Income

Less than $10,000 3%
$10,000 to $14,999 2%
$15,000 to $24,999 8%
$25,000 to $34,999 9%
$35,000 to $49,999 14%
$50,000 to $74,999 13%
$75,000 to $99,999 18%
$100,000 to $149,999 20%
$150,000 to $199,999 8%
$200,000 or more 7%


Less than 9th grade 3%
9th to 12th grade, no diploma 3%
High school graduate 10%
Some college, no degree 18%
Associate’s degree 6%
Bachelor’s degree 36%
Graduate degree 24%

Marital Status

Never married 22%
Currently married 65%
Separated 2%
Widowed 4%
Divorced 7%


White 80%
Black or African American 7%
Asian 12%
Other 1%

Cary Commute

Carpool 7.7%
Public transportation 0.5%
Average travel time 22 minutes