Final ERAP Application Deadline is June 15, 2022
Forsyth County's 4-H is hosting STEAM camps that teach students about how science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics interact.
Forsyth County Environmental Health is hosting its first Food Safety Forum on August 18 at the Central Library.
The North Carolina Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (NCDA&CS) continues to monitor for Spotted Lanternfly in Forsyth County, NC. Early detection and rapid response are critical to helping slow the spread of this harmful pest. Report sightings to ncagr.gov/slf.
We invite you to join us this fall for our Adult Education series at the Arboretum at Tanglewood Park.
The Forsyth County Board of Commissioners and the Forsyth County Public Library Board of Trustees dedicated Central Library as the Sylvia Y. Sprinkle-Hamlin Building in a ceremony held on Thursday, July 28 at 11 a.m. Sprinkle-Hamlin served as the director of the Forsyth County Public Library system from 2000-2019. She was the first African American and first woman to serve in that role.
Forsyth County is seeking feedback through an online survey on how to prioritize its use of opioid settlement funds. The confidential survey is available online at bit.ly/ForsythOpioidSurvey.