Electric Vehicle Charging Stations

Does your electric vehicle need a charge? Find charging stations on Town property at Ting and Womble parks, as well as at Town Hall and in the downtown parking deck.

These charging stations are an example of one way the Town is fulfilling its commitment to promote sustainability initiatives to protect natural resources. Click here to find a charging station nearby on the Plug-In NC website.

Downtown

Find two electric vehicle charging stations in downtown Holly Springs at:

  • The parking lot directly behind Town Hall at 128 S. Main Street.
  • The upper level of the parking deck behind Town Hall Commons at 242 S. Main Street. Access to this level of the lot is off Rogers Street.
  • The lower level of the parking deck behind Town Hall Commons at 242 S. Main Street. Access to this level of the lot is off Avent Ferry Rd.

The Town of Holly Springs manages these stations, and the cost to charge a vehicle is 80 cents per hour, which covers the electricity cost for the service. For more information or to report an issue, please call Holly Springs Information Technology at (919) 577-3200.

At Ting & Womble Parks

The Town also hosts Duke Energy charging stations at:

  • Womble Park, 1201 Grigsby Ave., two plugs at the southern end of the parking lot near the tennis courts
  • Ting Park, 101 Sportsmanship Way, six plugs near multipurpose fields

To use these Duke Energy charging stations, download the free Shell Recharge App. Connect the charging cable to a vehicle, open the app, scan the QR code on the station or enter the station ID number, and then select "Start Charging." For assistance using the stations or to report station issues, call (855) 900-7584.

The cost to charge a vehicle at the Duke Energy stations, made available through Duke Energy’s Park and Plug Program, is approximately $1 per hour.

Charging Station