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Three public hearings to allow for public input The Forsyth County Board of Commissioners today announces its intention to maintain the County’s Maintenance & Operations, Bond and Fire millage rates currently in place with no change. Forsyth County continues to have millage rates among the ... Read more...

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Episode 5 of The FoCo 15, Forsyth County government’s official audio podcast, is available now! Listen below: We talk to some of the newest Forsyth County firefighters that just graduated from a 36-week firefighter/EMT training program to find out what the process is like becoming ... Read more...

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Applications for the Forsyth County Rent & Utility Relief Program, which was established in March 2021, will be available for submission through Sept. 30. The program provides short-term assistance for renters that can document income loss due to the COVID-19 pandemic and funding is ... Read more...

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Standard & Poor (S&P), Moody’s and Fitch each provide county with highest rating Two of the nation’s major credit agencies affirmed Forsyth County’s perfect bond rating this week with a AAA rating from S&P and a Aaa rating from Moody’s. This follows a AAA ... Read more...

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The County’s portion of the overall millage rate is 7.896 mills, which is the same as last year. During the meeting, the Board of Commissioners adopted a required resolution for all millage rates levied in the County, including the Board of Education. The board voted to ... Read more...