Cary, North Carolina is a thriving town of about 174,000 residents that is continuing to grow. The median annual household income in Cary is approximately $131,000, and the town is situated close to Research Triangle Park, one of the most successful business and technological centers in the country. 

Cary is consistently named one of the safest places to live both regionally and nationally. Cary's Police departments, Fire departments, and Emergency Medical Services are also all nationally accredited. 

In addition, Cary boasts a reputation as an amateur sport Mecca with the USA Baseball National Training Complex, The Cary Tennis Park, and the WakeMed Soccer Park all located within its limits. In fact, Cary has hosted multiple NCAA and ACC championships throughout the years.

Cary has a plethora of highly-rated public and private schools located in Wake County Public School district and is within reach of several major universities including NC State, UNC Chapel Hill, and Duke University. The town also has its own outdoor amphitheater, Koka Booth, which attracts many festivals, concerts, and events each year. Cary currently has more than 30 public parks and natural areas, a greenway system of more than 80 miles of trails, and 9 staffed facilites that provide a variety of programs and services for all ages. 

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