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Wake County, North Carolina, is considered by many as one of the best places to live and work in America.

Wake County NC is one of the fastest growing counties in America, much of Wake County's growth is being fueled by business and economic development in the Triangle. The Research Triangle Park area of NC consists of Wake, Durham and Orange county and many emerging companies are based in Raleigh, Durham, Chaple Hill, Cary, and the surrounding metropolitan areas.

Wake County NC includes these cities and communities: Apex, Carpenter, Cary, Eagle Rock, Fuquay Varina, Garner, Holly Springs, Knightdale, Morrisville, Neuse, New Hill, Raleigh, Rolesville, Wake Forest, Wendell, Westgate, Willow Spring, Zebulon.

The Wake County Public School System is one of the finest in the state of North Carolina for more information on schools in Wake County NC Contact the Wake County Public School System - 3600 Wake Forest Road - Raleigh NC - Phone: 919-850-1600.

Wake County NC and the Triangle area has deep roots in education. Wake County NC hosts seven colleges and universities including three major research universities; Duke in Durham, North Carolina State in Raleigh and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. These three leading universities make Research Triangle Park one of the leading educational research and development hubs in America.

Wake County was founded in 1771 and The North Carolina Capitol located in Raleigh a Wake County city, was completed in 1840. The North Carolina state capitol is located at 1 East Edenton Street - Raleigh NC - Phone (919) 733-4994. The North Carolina Executive Mansion is located at 200 N. Blount St. - Raleigh, NC - Phone: (919) 733-3456.

Wake County is the center of the North Carolina state government and the second largest county in North Carolina. Raleigh is the largest city in Wake County NC and provides sports and cultural attractions including several leading colleges and universities. Wake County was named after Margaret Wake the wife of a royal goverĀ­nor of the British colony. Colleges and universities in wake county include North Carolina State University, Meredith College, Peace College, Shaw University, St. Augustine's College and Wake Technical Community College. Wake county features a new convention center in downtown Raleigh and some new regional shopping centers.

WAKE COUNTY NC is often referred to as Greater Raleigh. Wake County NC is home to Raleigh-Durham International Airport (RDU) and a portion of the Research Triangle Park. Wake County NC can be accessed by I-40 and four major U.S. Highways with I-85 and I-95 nearby.

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