Town seeks input on future Citizens’ Academy
The Town of Wake Forest is inviting residents to share their thoughts and opinions on a future Citizens’ Academy by completing a brief survey. From now through Friday, April 30, residents can complete the survey by clicking on the link below.
Designed to gauge community interest, assess class format preferences and determine topics of interest, the questionnaire takes less than five minutes to complete.
For more information, email Strategic Performance Manager Lisa Hayes.
There are plenty of ways you can Get Involved in the Wake Forest Community. From serving on a Wake Forest Advisory Board to joining a local service organization, learn about all of the different ways you can "maximize your Wake Forest experience" by getting involved and making a difference in our community.There's also information about the Northern Wake Senior Center, the Wake Forest Renaissance Centre, and much more!
There's simply no excuse for you to not know what's happening in Wake Forest! For starters - our Communications Department offers several ways for you to keep up to date on what's happening in our community. For example, we have a Facebook page, twitter account, town app, and E-Notifier - our free email subscription service - all dedicated to keeping you informed about what's happening in Wake Forest.
In addition, RecConnect offers detailed information about parks, recreation and cultural resources programming; and the Our Town newsletter is mailed to every residence in the 27587 zip code and Wakefield.
Share Your Opinions & Concerns
Wake Forest invites residents to take advantage of several ways they can share their opinions/concerns and report problems.