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UniFirst donates 10,000 masks to Forsyth County for small businesses Forsyth County

UniFirst donates 10,000 masks to Forsyth County for small businesses

Published by Todd Luck / June 18, 2020

UniFirst donated 10,000 masks and hand sanitizer to Forsyth County Government’s Reopen Forsyth PPE Kit Program on June 17.

Commissioners approve $447 million continuation budget, will revisit additional funding requests in Commissioners and Manager

Commissioners approve $447 million continuation budget, will revisit additional funding requests in

Published by Todd Luck / June 12, 2020

Forsyth County commissioners passed a balanced continuation budget that maintains current service levels and lowers the property tax rate with a commitment to review additional funding requests in November, once the county has a clearer understanding of the overall impact on revenue from the COVID-19 pandemic.


 2020 NEW LAW CHANGES FOR CHILDREN ATTENDING NC PUBLIC SCHOOLS Public Health

2020 NEW LAW CHANGES FOR CHILDREN ATTENDING NC PUBLIC SCHOOLS

Published by Tony Lo Giudice / June 11, 2020

Forsyth County Department of Public Health is available to make sure your children will be prepared for the 2020 Immunization Law change, which requires all high school seniors to receive a booster dose of MCV4 for school entry.

CANDIDATE FILING FOR SOIL AND WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT SUPERVISOR Board of Elections

CANDIDATE FILING FOR SOIL AND WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT SUPERVISOR

Published by Michelle Bobadilla / June 2, 2020

Winston Salem, NC - The candidate filing for Soil & Water Conservation District Supervisor begins at noon on Monday, June 8, 2020, and ends at noon on Monday, July 6, 2020.


SOIL AND WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT SUPERVISOR CANDIDATE FILING Board of Elections

SOIL AND WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT SUPERVISOR CANDIDATE FILING

Published by Michelle Bobadilla / May 8, 2020

Filing for Soil & Water Conservation District Supervisor (one seat) begins at noon on Monday June 8, 2020 and ends at noon on Monday July 6, 2020 at the Forsyth County Board of Elections Office. Candidates may also mail their Notice of Candidacy rather than file in person.

Extension on RMV Registrations due to Covid-19 Tax Administration

Extension on RMV Registrations due to Covid-19

Published by Vickie Sullivan / May 6, 2020

A new law (SL 2020-3 signed May 4, 2020) gives NCDMV the ability to extend the validity of vehicle registrations five months for any credential that expires March 1, 2020, through August 1, 2020. Further, it gives NCDMV the authority to waive penalties and interest for this time period. Please see the attached information regarding this change.

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