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FORSYTH COUNTY ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR SPECIAL APPROPRIATION FUNDING IN FY23 BUDGET Budget and Management

FORSYTH COUNTY ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR SPECIAL APPROPRIATION FUNDING IN FY23 BUDGET

Published by Kimberly Busse / January 20, 2022

Forsyth County is accepting applications from community organizations seeking funding assistance from the county. An application is required to be completed and submitted for consideration, and the deadline to submit the application is 5 p.m. on Feb. 25, 2022.

Forsyth Health and Human Services Board Urges Public to Wear a Mask Public Health

Forsyth Health and Human Services Board Urges Public to Wear a Mask

Published by Todd Luck / January 20, 2022

The Forsyth Health and Human Services Board is urging the public to wear a mask as the rate of COVID infection and hospitalization has risen to their highest levels ever.


Free N95 masks available at Public Health Department Public Health

Free N95 masks available at Public Health Department

Published by Todd Luck / January 18, 2022

Forsyth County Departments of Public Health and Social Services just received 73,200 N95 masks from the NC Department of Health and Human Services that they’ll be distributing to community partners and the public while supplies last.

Forsyth County Emergency Services implements trial of Telehealth Program Emergency Services

Forsyth County Emergency Services implements trial of Telehealth Program

Published by Todd Luck / January 18, 2022

Forsyth Emergency Medical Services is conducting a trial using telehealth options for 9-1-1 callers who have lower acuity complaints to help focus critical resources on life threatening emergencies.


Arboretum Adult Education Classes for Winter 2022 Cooperative Extension

Arboretum Adult Education Classes for Winter 2022

Published by Leslie Rose / January 12, 2022

We hope to see you again this year for more Arboretum Adult Education classes!

Forsyth EMS receiving help from FEMA ambulances Emergency Services

Forsyth EMS receiving help from FEMA ambulances

Published by Todd Luck / January 10, 2022

Forsyth County Emergency Medical Services (EMS) is receiving help from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) in the form of three ambulances to help with the high volume of emergency calls amid the rise in COVID-19 cases.

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