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COVID vaccinations will be available at A/perture Cinema and Faith Action ID Drive Public Health

COVID vaccinations will be available at A/perture Cinema and Faith Action ID Drive

Published by Todd Luck / June 19, 2021

Forsyth County Department of Public Health will be offering COVID-19 vaccinations next week at A/perture Cinema, a Faith Action ID Drive and the health department.

Rent assistant program accepting appointments for in-person applications Department of Social Services

Rent assistant program accepting appointments for in-person applications

Published by Todd Luck / June 18, 2021

The Forsyth County Department of Social Services is currently accepting appointments for in-person assistance with new applications and document uploads to existing applications for rental assistance beginning on Monday, June 21.


Commissioners approve $500 million budget that lowers taxes and invests in community Commissioners and Manager

Commissioners approve $500 million budget that lowers taxes and invests in community

Published by Todd Luck / June 15, 2021

Forsyth County commissioners unanimously approved a $500 million budget that lowers the property tax rate by 6.57 cents while maintaining services and investing in the community.

County CFO Paul Fulton to retire in December Finance

County CFO Paul Fulton to retire in December

Published by Todd Luck / June 11, 2021

Paul Fulton, Jr. will be retiring as the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) for Forsyth County at the end of the year, after 47 years of service.


FAN GIVEAWAY AT SOCIAL SERVICES WILL BE JUNE 29-30 Department of Social Services

FAN GIVEAWAY AT SOCIAL SERVICES WILL BE JUNE 29-30

Published by Tina Lewis / June 4, 2021

Electric fans will be distributed to qualifying individuals in the parking lot of the Forsyth County Department of Social Services, 741 North Highland Avenue, from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. on June 29 - 30 while supplies last.

 Proposed budget lowers property tax rate, in-person meetings will be held Budget and Management

Proposed budget lowers property tax rate, in-person meetings will be held

Published by Todd Luck / June 2, 2021

County Manager Dudley Watts presented a proposed $503 million budget to Forsyth County commissioners on May 27 that lowers the property tax rate by nearly six cent while maintaining services amid a resilient economy with a strong tax base.

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