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Watch online today at 2 p.m. when Wake County Board of Commissioners will swear in newly elected commissioner Caroline Sullivan and re-elected commissioners, Betty Lou Ward and James West. Select the "learn more" button to view at 2 p.m. today.
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The Wake County Annual Report gives residents an opportunity to take pride in the accomplishments of our County over the past year. While reading the report, follow the links to watch videos or view details about county programs and services.
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Join us on Saturday, Feb. 23, 8:30 a.m.–2 p.m. for "Take it to Heart 2013: Woman’s Health Day." Hear from experts on heart disease, nutrition & fitness. Location: Wake County Commons Building, 4011 Carya Dr., Raleigh. To register, call 1-888-ASK-DUKE.
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Recycle your holiday tree to mulch trails at Wake County Parks. Drop off your undecorated holiday trees at designated locations from December 26, 2012, until January 20, 2013. Learn more.
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Wake County Government offices will be closed Monday, January 21, for Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Some facilities will have modified operating hours.
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When the new Justice Center opens in July 2013, it will contain approximately 577,000 SF of space within an 11-story structure. This high rise building will have 18 new courtrooms, and associated support spaces.
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Learn how to stay safe and connect to Wake County Government for updates and notifications.
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Learn how you can volunteer at an upcoming Big Sweep event to make our environment litter-free.
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The 250-acre site at the Eastern 4-H Environmental Center faces beautiful Bulls Bay and the Albemarle Sound. Registration is now open for this exceptional sleep away camp program for youth ages 8 to 14.
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Nutrition is more than cutting out certain foods for healthier eating habits. It’s also about feeding the body the best vitamins and nutrients a body naturally needs for optimum health.
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Wake County offices will be closed Friday, March 29 for Good Friday.
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This month and throughout the year, Wake County encourages all individuals to play a role in making our community a better place for children and families.
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The County Health Rankings and Roadmaps program has ranked Wake as the overall healthiest county in North Carolina for the fourth consecutive year.
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Wake County's partners need your help in setting priorities for important issues for our community concerning physical, behavioral, mental, economic, education, and environmental health. Participate in our forum on May 16.