Sunday, January 23, 2022

“Official Guide to Wake Forest” Coming Soon

Have you ever needed the telephone number for a particular department in the Town of Wake Forest or an address for one of the town’s parks or other facilities? Have you ever been curious about Wake Forest’s history or wanted information about area schools or healthcare providers? Are you new to Wake Forest and looking for fun places to go and things to do in our area?

If you’re a Wake Forest resident and you answered yes to any of those questions, then the Town of Wake Forest and the Wake Forest Area Chamber of Commerce have a special gift just for you.

Beginning this week every Wake Forest resident who lives in the 27587 zip code will receive their own copy of the Official Guide to Wake Forest. This clever, all-in-one handbook provides useful information about all things Wake Forest, including an overview of the town’s history, a description of town departments, a listing of annual community events and advertisements for several local businesses. The guide also contains important contact numbers, as well as comprehensive information about town programs and services, volunteer opportunities and local government. There are also sections devoted to area attractions, civic clubs, plus a whole lot more.

Not sure what number to call when the lights go out? It’s in there! Curious about where to get your driver’s license renewed or obtain a marriage license? That’s in there too! But these are just a few examples of what you’ll find inside the Official Guide to Wake Forest.

The Town of Wake Forest partnered with the Wake Forest Area Chamber of Commerce to publish this new, comprehensive guide. Presented in full color, the 114-page booklet is designed to educate and inform area residents – especially newcomers to Wake Forest – about all our community has to offer.

Wake Forest residents can expect their copy of the Official Guide to Wake Forest to arrive in the mail during the week of Dec. 7. Individuals and businesses may obtain additional copies at no cost at the Wake Forest Town Hall, 301 S. Brooks St.  

The guide is also available on the town’s website at where it can be viewed electronically and downloaded in PDF format.

For more information about the Official Guide to Wake Forest, contact Communications & Public Affairs Director Bill Crabtree at 919-435-9421 or [email protected].

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