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Mary Alice Park will implement new entry policies on weekends and holidays to better accommodate and serve the large number of guests at the popular Lake Lanier beach and boat launch location. Read more...

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Due to a damaged water main caused by contracted roadwork, water has been turned off along Atlanta Hwy. in the area of Campground Road to Mauldin Drive. Read more...

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The Department of Building & Licensing was recognized by the Board of Commissioners for winning the 2024 Jurisdiction of the Year award from the Building Officials Association of Georgia. Read more...

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The Board of Commissioners recognized the winners of the Fire Department’s annual Safety Poster Contest. Read more...

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In this month’s Your Forsyth Newsletter, check out what's coming for the future of Bennett Park, learn more about the status of the McGinnis Ferry Road widening and interchange project, and more! Read more...

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Jake Hill has been named Director of the Forsyth County Department of Building & Licensing, effective June 3. Read more...

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The Forsyth County Board of Assessors has mailed all Forsyth County property owners their state-required 2024 Real Property Assessment Notices. The assessments may also be accessed online beginning Saturday, May 25. Read more...

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Forsyth County government offices will be closed Monday, May 27, in observance of Memorial Day. This includes County and park offices, the Pet Resource Center, the three recreation centers and the three recycling convenience centers. Read more...

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Ongoing work to extend Ronald Reagan Boulevard will require intermittent lane closures and traffic pattern shifts beginning Thursday evening, May 23. Read more...

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"Summer of Love" adoption promotion available through Sept. 14. Read more...