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‘Our Town’ Newsletter Now E-mail Only

‘Our Town’ Newsletter Now E-mail Only

Like many things, the town’s newsletter is going electronic-only soon. The “Our Town” bi-monthly newsletter produced by the town is printed in color glossy and mailed via USPS to every postal customer in the 27587 ZIP code (and beyond). This is a costly process. So, the March/April newsletter will be the last to arrive in […]

Town Hall Closed September 5

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The Wake Forest Town Hall and other administrative offices will be closed Monday, September 5 in observance of Labor Day. Visit WakeForestNC.gov for complete details on the town’s holiday operations schedule. What: Town Hall Closed When: Monday, September 5, 2011 Where: Wake Forest Town Hall DWF StaffThe staff at Destination Wake Forest is proud to bring you […]

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Results From Town Citizens Survey Now Posted Online

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Results From Town Citizens Survey Now Posted Online

Results of the Town of Wake Forest’s 2009 Citizen Survey are now available online.

For the past several years, the Town has conducted an annual survey of its citizens. The results are utilized by the Board of Commissioners and staff to measure the quality of Town services and determine future budget priorities. The survey also helps further the Town’s efforts to involve residents in local government.

This year’s survey was designed to determine citizens’ satisfaction levels with the “sense of place” for the Town of Wake Forest. Quality of life concerns, such as traffic flow and Town programming, along with items related to how new development fits the image of the Town were included in the survey.

Two different groups of citizens responded to the same survey questions. A randomly selected group was chosen to provide a representative sample of the Town’s population with regard to length of residence in Wake Forest, income levels, and race. The second group was comprised of citizens who voluntarily chose to respond to the survey.

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State of the Town Address and Dinner Tickets on Sale Now

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The Town of Wake Forest will present the 2nd Annual State of the Town Address & Dinner on Monday, Feb. 22, 2010. The event gets under way at 6 p.m. and will be held at Tuxedo Junction, 405 S. Brooks St.

Wake Forest Mayor Vivian Jones will deliver the State of the Town Address, providing Wake Forest citizens an opportunity to reflect on an impressive list of accomplishments in 2009 that includes the attainment of a triple A bond rating from Standard & Poor’s, the opening of E. Carroll Joyner Park, and the completion of phase I of the White Street Plan.

The occasion will also give residents a chance to learn about the goals Wake Forest will strive towards in 2010.

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Own A Piece of Town History and Make A Donation to a Good Cause All in One Purchase

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Own A Piece of Town History and Make A Donation to a Good Cause All in One Purchase

Do you have a blank space on one of your walls just screaming out for a green vertical banner? Are you one of those obsessive flag people who hangs a new flag for every holiday or season?

If so, the town has a deal for you.

For just $20, area residents can buy one of the green banners that adorned the light poles around the downtown area for the past year in honor of the town’s centennial celebration. The banners read: “Wake Forest Centennial 1909-2009”.

In turn, the town will donate the entire proceeds to Project H.O.P.E. (Helping Others by Providing Electricity), which is a town-created fund to help residents pay their utility bill.

The banners can be purchased at Town Hall, 401 E. Elm Street. Cash, check, Visa and MasterCard are accepted. Call town information officer Bill Crabtree at 554-6196 for more information.

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Wake Forest Town Hall brick paver deadline extended

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The deadline to purchase a brick paver for the Centennial Plaza at the new Wake Forest Town Hall site has been extended to June 19.

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Time running out to have people walk all over you

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Arnold Palmer in 1953 (public domain)The deadline to purchase a 4×8-inch brick that will be installed in Centennial Plaza, which will be part of the new Town Hall which is under construction.

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