The Wake Forest Parks, Recreation & Cultural Resources Department has a message for folks who enjoy harvesting pecans from the E. Carroll Joyner Park pecan grove: "Please leave it to Mother Nature to get the pecans on the ground."
In recent days the PRCR has learned about the lengths...Read more
The Wake Forest Police Department is urging motorists to help preserve the safety of local school children traveling to and from school by being aware of school speed zones, school bus traffic, pedestrians and cyclists.
Police officials urge drivers to always be alert and avoid...Read more
You can make a difference in our community by applying for one of the many upcoming vacancies on the town's advisory boards. The boards were established to give citizens input into what happens in the community and to advise the Board of Commissioners on matters that affect citizens and their...Read more
A contractor working on behalf of the NC Department of Transportation (NCDOT) will reduce to one lane with alternating two-way traffic portions of Ligon Mill Road from South Main Street/US 1A to Burlington Mills Road today and tomorrow from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day.
The work is...Read more
The Town of Wake Forest is seeking feedback from residents concerning special needs programming offered by the Parks, Recreation & Cultural Resources Department.
From now through Monday, Oct. 31, visit...Read more
Park Construction of NC, Inc., a contractor working on behalf of the City of Raleigh Public Utilities Department (CORPUD), will reduce to one lane with intermittent two-way traffic the portion of Durham Road/NC 98 from South Wingate Street to Tyler Run Drive, Thursday and Friday, Oct. 13-14,...Read more
Town of Wake Forest tree crews will close a portion of the pecan grove at E. Carroll Joyner Park, 701 Harris Road, this afternoon in order to begin removing a large pecan tree damaged during Hurricane Matthew.
According to Urban Forestry Coordinator Jennifer Rall, the pecan tree, which...Read more
The Town of Wake Forest will offer a free walking tour of the local Wake Forest Historic District on Wednesday, Oct. 19, at 9:30 a.m. The tour will begin and end at the Wake Forest Historical Museum, 414 N. Main St.
Led by architectural historian and Town Historic Preservation Planner...Read more
Wake Forest officials are urging local residents to maintain a safe distance from the washed out section of Rogers Road between Heritage Gates Drive and Hobblebush Waykeep. The warning comes a day after pictures surfaced on social media of children and adults standing in the rubble.