Town News

Use “SeeClickFix” to report street light outages & other non-emergency issues 

Wake Forest officials are urging residents to use “SeeClickFix” to report street light outages as soon as they notice them. Residents often express their frustrations about street lights not working for extended periods of time. Officials say... read more
 
Posted by Bill Crabtree 12/12/2018

No police department fingerprinting service Thursday 

Due to limited staff, the Wake Forest Police Department will not provide live scan fingerprinting service on Thursday, Dec. 13. The police department typically provides the service to the public on a first-come, first-served basis on Thursdays... read more
 
Posted by Bill Crabtree 12/12/2018

2018 Wake Forest Christmas Parade now airing on WFTV 10 & streaming online 

If you missed the Dec. 8 Wake Forest Christmas Parade, or you were there and would like to see it again, then tune in to Wake Forest TV 10 (WFTV 10) throughout the remainder of December for your chance to experience the sights and sounds of one of... read more
 
Posted by Bill Crabtree 12/11/2018

Edward Austin honored as 2018 Employee of the Year 

Athletics & Aquatics Superintendent Edward Austin is the Town of Wake Forest “2018 Jon Ray Employee of the Year.” Town Manager Kip Padgett made the announcement Dec. 7 during the Town’s annual Employee Christmas Luncheon at the Wake Forest... read more
 
Posted by Bill Crabtree 12/11/2018

Tickets still available for “Santa’s Enchanted Workshop” 

The Virginia Repertory Theatre, a professional theatre company based in Richmond, Virginia, will present two musical performances of “Santa’s Enchanted Workshop” on Friday, Dec. 14, at the Wake Forest Renaissance Centre, 405 S. Brooks St. Showtimes... read more
 
Posted by Bill Crabtree 12/10/2018

Renaissance Centre to host Special Needs Holiday Movie Matinee this Sunday 

The Wake Forest Renaissance Centre, 405 S. Brooks St., will host a Special Needs Holiday Movie Matinee this Sunday, Dec. 16, from 3-6 p.m. The featured film will be “Arthur Christmas.” Co-sponsored by the Wake Forest Parks, Recreation &... read more
 
Posted by Bill Crabtree 12/10/2018

Still time to donate to “Shop with a Cop” 

The Wake Forest Police Department is accepting donations from area residents and businesses for the 20th Annual Shop with a Cop through Monday, Dec. 17. To contribute online via PayPal, visit www.wakeforestnc.gov/donate-to-shop-with-a-cop.aspx.... read more
 
Posted by Bill Crabtree 12/10/2018

Christmas Holiday Schedule 

The Wake Forest Town Hall and other administrative offices will be closed Monday, Dec. 24, through Wednesday, Dec. 26, for the Christmas holiday. Police service will not be interrupted, but the Town’s bus service and sanitation schedules will be... read more
 
Posted by Bill Crabtree 12/10/2018

Winter Weather Update – 7 p.m. 

Following a day of snow and rain on Sunday, Wake Forest will adjust much of its normal operating schedule on Monday. The collection of garbage, recycling and yard waste will be affected. Openings & Closings The Wake Forest Town Hall, 301... read more
 
Posted by Bill Crabtree 12/09/2018

Winter Weather Update - 9 a.m. 

Wake Forest resembles a “Winter Wonderland” this morning after receiving approximately five inches of snow overnight. Forecasters expect the snow to transition to rain around lunchtime with all precipitation tapering off in the early evening. ... read more
 
Posted by Bill Crabtree 12/09/2018
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