Polk County Local Government offers current local businesses and start-ups information and regulatory guidance
Current business owners and entrepreneurs considering starting a new venture in Polk County can turn to Polk County Local Government for helpful information and assistance with navigating government requirements.
Tenth District Congressman Patrick McHenry's staff will hold office hours in Polk County on Thursday, May 23.
Gov. Roy Cooper has ordered all U.S. and North Carolina flags at state facilities be lowered to half-staff from sunrise to sunset on Wednesday, May 15, in observance of National Peace Officers Memorial Day.
Polk County Veteran Services is hosting a free breakfast for military veterans and their spouses on May 8 at The Meeting Place in Columbus.
The Polk County Board of Elections will hold two free educational seminars for the public about voter photo identification requirements on Thursday, May 9 in the Bryant H. Womack Building in Columbus.
At the Polk County Board of Commissioners meeting tonight, Polk County Manager Marche Pittman presented a recommended balanced County budget for the upcoming fiscal year that includes expenditures to improve public safety and ensure the continuance of Polk County Schools’ after-school program.
Gov. Roy Cooper has ordered all North Carolina flags at state buildings, grounds and facilities to be lowered to half-staff through sunset on Friday, May 3 to honor the victims of Tuesday's tragedy at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.
Polk County Public Libraries seeks an enthusiastic teen intern who is interested in working with children for summer employment
Embrace your inner nerd at Columbus Library on Thursday, May 9 from 4-6 p.m. during Super Geeky Day
The monthly Polk County Friends of Agriculture Breakfast on Wednesday, April 17 will focus on silvopasture systems and how they can benefit Western North Carolina farming systems.