To better serve residents, all Polk County Public Health Services now will be provided by the Polk County Consolidated Human Services Agency
To better serve the health and wellness needs of Polk County residents, the Polk County Board of Commissioners this week approved Polk County’s Public...
Spaces are still available in the Polk County Sheriff's Office's Women's Self Defense Class series starting Saturday, March 23.
The monthly Polk County Friends of Agriculture Breakfast on Wednesday, March 20 will focus on cover cropping and how it benefits soil health on the farm.
The N.C. Department of Transportation wants the public to help influence the future of transportation in North Carolina.
Appraisal group starting to evaluate Polk Co. commercial properties in preparation for 2021 revaluation
As part of the upcoming 2021 property revaluation, workers with the Wampler Eanes Appraisal Group have been driving through Polk County and beginning work on the revaluation of commercial properties.
Because of the growing need in Polk County, Meals on Wheels is seeking more volunteers to deliver meals on weekdays to local residents.
Grants from Polk County Juvenile Crime Prevention Council available to nonprofits serving at-risk youth
The Polk County Juvenile Crime Prevention Council has funds available for fiscal year 2019-2020 for nonprofits with programs beginning on or after July 1, 2019 that serve delinquent and at-risk youth.
Polk County Public Libraries is holding a Clothing Swap the evening of Thursday, Feb. 28 at the Columbus Library where people will be able to trade their gently used children's, men's and women's clothing and accessories for something new to them.
Polk County residents with a primary mental health diagnosis can receive transportation to and a variety of support services at Family Preservation Services of N.C. Inc.'s Magnolia House in Forest City.