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Donation Station Returns Saturday

Donation Station returns to the Winston-Salem Fairgrounds Farmers Market Saturday. Visit the Winston-Salem Fairgrounds Farmers Market Saturday, June 8 between 7am and noon and drop off items to be shared with a local non-profit. See this story from our first week at the market. The station is in place on the second Saturday of each month.

Hurricane Season Preparedness

Emergency Services and Emergency Management Officials work to prepare the community for hurricane season.

CPR and AED Awareness Week Education

Forsyth County Assistant Health Director was interviewed this week about CPR and AED awareness week.

Retiring County Manager Dudley Watts Reception Commissioners and Manager

Retiring County Manager Dudley Watts Reception

Published by Todd Luck / June 19, 2024

Retiring County Manager Dudley Watts was celebrated with a reception on June 17.

Outgoing County Manager Featured in YesWeekly Commissioners and Manager

Outgoing County Manager Featured in YesWeekly

Published by Todd Luck / June 19, 2024

Retiring County Manager Dudley Watts was featured in an interview in Yes! Weekly,


Public Health 2024 New Fee Schedule Forsyth County

Public Health 2024 New Fee Schedule

Published by LaShonda Ouk / June 19, 2024

Effective July 1, 2024, the new Public Health fee schedule and an opportunity for public comment will be available on the Health and Human Services website.

Build Your Bones! Cooperative Extension

Build Your Bones!

Published by Virginia Lopez / June 18, 2024

Welcome to the Build Your Bones Program! Get ready to learn all about how to strengthen your bones and improve your overall bone health.


Kyle Haney and Denise Price Promoted to Deputy County Managers Commissioners and Manager

Kyle Haney and Denise Price Promoted to Deputy County Managers

Published by Todd Luck / June 14, 2024

Forsyth County Government announced today that current department heads Denise Price and Kyle Haney will be the next deputy county managers.

 Commissioners approve budget that doesn’t raise taxes and invests in services Forsyth County

Commissioners approve budget that doesn’t raise taxes and invests in services

Published by Todd Luck / June 14, 2024

Forsyth County commissioners approved a $583.7 million budget on June 13 that doesn’t raise the property tax rate while investing in services for the community.

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