Fuquay-Varina is located in the heart of North Carolina just 15 minutes south of downtown Raleigh. With a growing population of approximately 22,600 and swelling to 44,812 in the 5-mile urban service area, Fuquay-Varina citizens enjoy a mild climate and beautiful scenery. Majestic mountains are just three hours to the west and the Atlantic Ocean is a mere 2 hours to the east.
We are conveniently positioned near major interstate highways including I-40, I-85 and I-95, as well as national freight and passenger rail lines. US Highways 42, 55 and 401 converge in Fuquay-Varina offering direct access to downtown Raleigh, Raleigh-Durham International Airport and the world-famous Research Triangle Park, just 30 minutes to the north. US Highway 401 south is a direct 30-minute drive to Fort Bragg. The proposed I-540 Southern Expressway, spanning nearly 30 miles, the proposed Southeast Extension would extend the Triangle Expressway and complete the Raleigh Outer Loop (I-540). The proposed Southeast Extension would link the towns of Clayton, Garner, Fuquay Varina, Holly Springs, Apex, Cary and Raleigh. The project would increase the capacity of the existing roadway network and divert traffic from secondary roads in areas experiencing substantial growth.