Government

New platform for tax map and sales information to replace GeoData Explorer

    New platform for tax map and sales information to replace GeoData Explorer

For the past several years, Forsyth County Tax Administration has provided tax map and sales information through GeoData Explorer. Due to the retirement of GeoData Explorer on Dec. 31, Forsyth County Tax Administration will be providing this information through a new web application platform.

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Utilities Department creates communications

    Utilities Department creates communications

Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Utilities has hired two staff members for its newly-created communications team.

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Sparks honored for service to Dixie Classic Fair

    Sparks honored for service to Dixie Classic Fair

On Monday, Dec. 3, Mayor Allen Joines presented a resolution recognizing David L. Sparks for 30 years of service to the City of Winston-Salem and the Dixie Classic Fair.

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Outgoing county officials bid farewell

    Outgoing county officials bid farewell

Last week several county elected officials bid farewell to their posts.

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McDaniel ushers in new era

  McDaniel ushers in new era

Monday, Dec. 3, marked a new era for the Forsyth County Board of Commissioners as Tonya McDaniel was sworn in as the new representative for District A.

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New Forsyth sheriff takes reins

  New Forsyth sheriff takes reins

Monday afternoon more than 500 people filled the seats and stood along the walls of courtroom 6A in the Forsyth County Hall of Justice, eager to see Bobby Kimbrough Jr. officially sworn in as sheriff of Forsyth County.

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New East Ward rep. sworn in

  New East Ward rep. sworn in

On Monday, Nov. 26, Annette Scippio was sworn in as member of City Council and representative for the East Ward.

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General Election votes finalized

  General Election votes finalized

Members of the Forsyth County Board of Elections finalized votes from the 2018 General Election on Friday, Nov. 16.

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Public Works Committee begins discussions on scooter regulations

  Public Works  Committee begins discussions on scooter regulations

Less than 24 hours after members of the Public Safety Committee voted to remove all Bird scooters from city sidewalks, members of City Council listened to recommendations from the city staff and discussed ways to regulate use of the scooters and make them safer for riders and pedestrians.

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Commissioner Whisenhunt attends national opioid roundtable

  Commissioner Whisenhunt attends national opioid roundtable

Commissioner Whisenhunt attends national opioid roundtable, Commissioner Fleming El-Amin has been selected by Gov. Roy Cooper to serve on the N.C. Code Officials Qualifications Board.

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