The State Board of Elections is investigating a possible scam targeting North Carolinians with unsolicited text messages regarding their voter registration status or asking them to register to vote.
The Register of Deeds Office continues to operate under normal business hours, but with some changes to help minimize person-to-person interaction.
The COVID-19 Response Fund for Forsyth County has been established to provide funding for non-profit organizations working with communities disproportionately impacted by the economic consequences of coronavirus. To make a donation, visit covid19forsyth.org.
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.
Forsyth County Government is taking actions to practice social distancing in response to CDC recommendations on novel coronavirus (COVID-19). All county departments remain open to serve the public, but residents are encouraged to use the county’s online services or call to see if their needs can be met without coming to a county office.
The Department of Social Services office remains open with core staffing in place. Many service lines are implementing modifications to processes to allow the public to access information and services through alternative means.