COVID-19 vaccination appointments for April 19 and 20 are available. Please click here for more information, including information in multiple languages.
COVID-19 vaccine eligibility in Georgia is open for everyone 16 years of age and older. For more information on vaccines, including a vaccine locator, click here.
At the present time, all Forsyth County Boards and Commissioners are meeting live and in-person, but with both remote viewing and (in the case of public hearings or public comment) remote participation opportunities. Please click here for information on how to view, access and participate in these meetings.
The CARE Program is designed to help offenders who have been identified with severe and persistent mental health diagnoses by linking those individuals to local, community-based treatment resources. The main goals of the CARE Program are to improve public safety and prevent participants’ further involvement in the criminal justice system.
Drug Court provides intensive supervision and drug abuse treatment for offenders within the community over a 24-month period not to exceed 4 years. The program encompasses vocational, educational, and spiritual components in conjunction with providing substance abuse treatment.
The DUI Court is designed to improve community safety and reduce DUI recidivism by providing multiple DUI offenders and those persons exhibiting a high BAC the opportunity to change their lives using enhanced judicial accountability, treatment, and increased supervision.