Forsyth County government offices will be closed, except for essential personnel, on April 10 for Good Friday and will reopen at 8 a.m. on Monday with the current changes in operations that are in place for social distancing.
The Forsyth County Board of Commissioners will hold a remote meeting and briefing on Thursday, April 16, and residents can call in for the public comment session.
Beginning Tuesday, April 7, 2020 the Tax Department will no longer accept walk-in payments. Tax payments may be made 1) online, 2) through its 201 N. Chestnut Street dropbox, or 3) by appointment.
Forsyth County Government is playing a key role in helping those financially impacted by novel coronavirus (COVID-19).
N.C. Cooperative Extension’s building is no longer open to the public. Agents and staff are still providing advice, plant, weed, and insect identification via phone and email. Informational sessions are also being held via online platforms. You can find those events on our calendar http://forsyth.cc/eventcalendars/forsythcountyces.aspx.
NCDA & CS offers guide for safe shopping at the Farmers Market: COVID-19, social distancing and farmers markets; markets need the public's help