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Infant Mortality Month will kick-off local awareness campaign Public Health

Infant Mortality Month will kick-off local awareness campaign

Published by Ashton Putnam / September 1, 2020

The Forsyth County Infant Mortality Reduction Coalition, as part of the Forsyth County Department of Public Health, is encouraging people to recognize September as National Infant Mortality Awareness Month. September kicks off a three-month social media campaign, which includes October as SIDS Awareness Month and November as Prematurity Awareness Month.

ONE-STOP EARLY VOTING LOCATIONS AND SCHEDULE Board of Elections

ONE-STOP EARLY VOTING LOCATIONS AND SCHEDULE

Published by Michelle Bobadilla / August 31, 2020

Click here for the Forsyth County Board of Elections One-Stop Early Voting Schedule.


Forbes Includes Winston-Salem in Prestigious 2020 “Top Places to Retire” List Forsyth County

Forbes Includes Winston-Salem in Prestigious 2020 “Top Places to Retire” List

Published by Visit Winston-Salem / August 28, 2020

Winston-Salem was included in the “Top 25 Places to Retire in 2020” recently released by Forbes.

 Donate Your Extra Produce to a Local Food Pantry Cooperative Extension

Donate Your Extra Produce to a Local Food Pantry

Published by Mary Jac Brennan / August 11, 2020

Home gardeners and community gardeners can connect with food pantries near them to donate extra fresh produce and help feed hungry people in our commmunity. Check out this interactive map to find a pantry near you and to see when donations are accepted.


Property tax bills have been mailed out Tax Administration

Property tax bills have been mailed out

Published by Todd Luck / August 6, 2020

The Forsyth County Tax Administration has mailed out property tax bills to property owners. Property tax bills can be paid by mail, in person or online at http://forsyth.cc/Tax/taxbill.aspx.

Fill out your 2020 Census and help Forsyth be counted Forsyth County

Fill out your 2020 Census and help Forsyth be counted

Published by Todd Luck / July 24, 2020

The 2020 Census is underway and you can help Forsyth County be counted by responding from your own home at my2020Census.gov. Census data helps determine the distribution of federal funds for local services and how many representatives states have in Congress.

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