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Forsyth County Board of Commissioners Approve the Fiscal Year 2017-2018 Annual Budget

Published by Kim Hepler / June 5, 2017

Forsyth County Commissioners unanimously approved the annual FY 2017-2018 budget on May 25, 2017. The budget goes into effect July 1st. This is a revaluation year where property values are adjusted to ensure that all property is taxed equitably. The County conducts a revaluation every four years as required by State law.

Parks and Recreation

Nike Junior Golf Camps at Tanglewood

Published by Jessica Sanders / May 31, 2017

We are excited to announce that Nike Junior Golf Camps are coming to Tanglewood!


Environmental Assistance and Protection

Water Quality of Streams in Forsyth County - 2017

Published by Bob Ragland / May 31, 2017

Following is a comprehensive report of the water quality of the streams in Forsyth County. This report was requested by the late Commissioner Walter Marshall and was completed in his honor. Commissioner Marshall was a strong proponent of environmental protection issues in Forsyth County.

Public Health

Health Department Fee Changes Effective July 1

Published by Yalonda Galloway / May 25, 2017

The health department has revised their fee schedule, and it is effective as of July 1, 2017. The purpose of charging fees is to increase resources and use them to meet residents' needs in a fair and balanced way. Please read more for a complete listing of the revised fee schedule.


Public Health

Cambios de tarifas en el Departamento de Salud a partir del 1ero de julio

Published by Yalonda Galloway / May 25, 2017

El Departamento de Salud ha revisado su lista de tarifas, a partir del 1 de julio 2017 se efectuará los cambios. El propósito de la nueva tarifa es aumentar los recursos y utilizarlos para satisfacer las necesidades de los residentes de una manera justa y equilibrada. Lea más para obtener una lista completa de la nueva lista de tarifas.

Parks and Recreation

Don’t touch that fawn!

Published by Jessica Sanders / May 25, 2017

The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission is reminding the public that they should not approach, touch, feed or move fawns.

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