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Register for Forsyth 4-H Summer Adventures 2017!

Published by Erin McSpadden / May 15, 2017

Registration is open for Forsyth County 4-H Summer Adventures! Join us as we cook with chefs, build robots, investigate a mock crime scene, learn how to sew, and so much more!

Budget and Management

2018 Preliminary Budget

Published by Kyle Wolf / May 15, 2017

On May 11, 2017, County Manager, J. Dudley Watts presented the FY 2017-2018 Recommended Budget to the Board of County Commissioners. The recommended budget continues to maintain service levels while maximizing efficiency.


Tax Administration

Notice of Meeting of the 2017 Board of Equalization and Review

Published by Betty Vettor / May 12, 2017

NOTICE is hereby given that the 2017 Board of Equalization and Review will meet on Thursday, May 18th, June 8th & 22nd and adjournment date Friday, June 30th, 2017 all starting at 3:00 p.m. in the Board of Equalization and Review room, located on the first floor of the Forsyth County Government Center, 201 North Chestnut Street, Winston-Salem, North Carolina.

Public Health

Protecting yourself from Zika: What You Need to Know

Published by Sarah Frantz, MPH, CHES / May 10, 2017

Curious about the Zika virus? The Forsyth County Department of Public Health, Environmental Health Division has information you need to know about Zika virus and other mosquito-borne diseases.


Public Health

Where to find a Farmers Market in Forsyth County

Published by Lynne Mitchell / May 3, 2017

When you buy local, you are supporting local farmers and growers and keeping money in our community to be reinvested with businesses and services locally. Also, supporting local foods helps to maintain and preserve farmland, green space and the lovely rural character in our community.

Cooperative Extension

It’s Strawberry Season

Published by Mary Jac Brennan / May 1, 2017

Strawberry season will soon be in full swing and anyone who likes fresh, local fruit needs to get out on farm to pick berries or pick them up at the farm stand. Local berries are sweeter and much more flavorful than berries that have been shipped in from other states. There is really no comparison. You simply can’t beat the taste of a berry grown on a nearby farm.

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