Now that we are only a month away from pool season, please make sure to let us know if you have any tenants who need to be able to access the facilities. 

This is particularly important once the pools open.  If we have not been notified of any changes, tenants will not be able to access the facilities.

This information should be sent to Community Manager, Andy Siouville, at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

utility work

The Town of Cary is getting ready to repave segments of streets in the Highlands neighborhood. Repaving town-maintained streets is one of the many ways that the Town ensures high quality infrastructure in our community.

Project Schedule:

Weather permitting, work will begin mid-April 2019 and take about two to four weeks to complete.

Work is expected to be performed between 7:00 AM and 6:00 PM Monday through Friday and 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM on Saturdays.

Pleases do not park on the street during those times. If necessary, vehicles will be removed to complete the work.

Streets Included:

  • Bonniewood Drive
  • Crickentree Drive
  • Cutty Court
  • Glenrose Lane
  • Glenbrae Court
  • Greycliff Court
  • Highlands Lake Drive
  • Illicium Court
  • Loch Highlands Drive
  • Serence Court
  • Padgett Court
  • Piperwood Drive
  • Scotswind Court
  • Windswept Lane
  • Woodstream Drive

Project Area:

highlands resurfacing(Click On Image To Enlarge)

What Will Be Done:

  •  Phase 1: Concrete & Utility Adjustments – Utilities in the street are adjusted in preparation for milling and resurfacing.
  • Phase 2: Asphalt Milling – Milling is performed to remove the existing surface later prior to placing new asphalt.
  • Phase 3: Asphalt Paving -- Milled areas are repaved within 24 hours.
  • Phase 4: Pavement Marking – Street markings are repaved within 24 hours.

During The Project:

  • You will receive a door hanger notice at least three days prior to the anticipated start date.
  • You will have access to your driveway at all times.
  • Solid waste collection and postal delivery services will not be interrupted by this work.
  • Please do not park along the street while the project is underway.
  • Please observe all signs and flagger’s directions.
  • Drive slowly (5 miles per hour) if you accidentally enter a freshly paved area.
  • Please keep all yard debris out of the street/curb.
  • Keep children and pets out of treated areas to avoid tracking into homes.
  • Contractor will clean up streets shortly after work is complete.
  • Markings on nearby streets from trucks that have tack on their tires will wear off.

Questions Or Comments:

If you have any questions, comments or concerns, please contact Amir Nezarati of the Town of Cary either by phone (919)380-4235 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. You can also stay informed by visiting


Do you want to play a fun sport that combines many elements of tennis, badminton, and ping-pong? If you answered yes .. the game of pickleball might be for you.

Since it is known to be easier on the joints than tennis, pickleball is very popular with older players. However, whether it is at a fast pace of competition or a slower pace for beginners and older players, it is a game that can be fun for any age: young, old or in-between and can be played as doubles or singles.

To introduce our residents to the game, we are happy to announce that resident Ed Schwartz will hold a clinic on Sunday, May 19, from 2-4 PM at the Highlands tennis courts. Space is limited so please RSVP HERE.

More information about Pickleball can be found on this website under the ;Recreation' section.