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THE ORIGINAL RELOCATION GUIDE — TRIANGLE NC | VOLUME 17 — ISSUE 2 60 MORRISVILLE Church Street Park, which is home to the area's only regulation size cricket field. Irrigation and light installations are currently underway to allow for more extensive tournament play. In the evening, explore locals shop and unwind with dinner and a movie at Park West Village. The new 100-acre mixed-use development includes a town center district, a community center with major retail anchors like Target, upscale casual restaurants and Stone Theatre Park West 14 cinema. On the weekends, start the day off right and head to Another Broken Egg Café for homemade sausage and Bananas Foster French toast. Finish off with a Lemon Blueberry mimosa. For a mid-day treat, head to Yo Lo yogurt with fresh fruit or your favorite topping. The walkable center offers more than shopping. Every Friday and Saturday night through October 21st, local musicians entertain at Acoustic Nights in The District. The popular center won the 2017 Maggy Awards for "Best shopping center" in Western Wake County. The town is active with community engagement events throughout the year including Coffee with a Cop, Medicine Drop Off events, Cops Love Lemonade, Chill Morrisville traffic calming campaign, National Night Out and "Watch For Me NC." For upcoming events, go to townofmorrisville. org/special events. To handle the needs of the growing town, town officials are making plans for the future. The town is working on a Parks, Recreation & Cultural Resources Master Plan update, as well as a Transportation Plan update. To get support of the community, a regular Citizen Survey is conducted each year to check the pulse of what the community finds most important. The town's new mobile-friendly website is expected to launch in late 2017 or early 2018. Morrisville is in Wake and Durham Counties. The town's current median home value is approximately $279,800 and median household income is $91,206. The national average is $53,899. Sixty-five percent of the population has bachelor degrees and 26 percent has master's degrees. []

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