Walking at Polk County’s Stearns Park will soon be a bit more interactive
Ever wonder what happens on a daily basis at Polk County Farms? Or ever had the desire to chat with the farmers whose foods you purchase at local farmers markets?
A five-minute online survey that will gather information on locations in Polk County that don’t have adequate internet access and speeds is ready for residents to complete
Progress is ongoing on a project between Polk County and the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission to dredge almost 6,800 cubic yards of material to provide an adequate navigational channel at the Lake Adger Boating Access Area
Recently it was announced that eligible Polk County residents could receive critical help to pay for high-speed internet from a $3.2 billion federal program for families and households working, learning and shopping from home during the COVID-19 pandemic
As local farmers prepare their harvests of fruits and vegetables in the coming weeks and months, Polk County Local Government recently announced two part-time...
Polk County residents can now get critical help to pay for high-speed internet from a $3.2 billion federal program for families and households working, learning and shopping from home during the COVID-19 pandemic
Since December 22, 2020, the Polk County Vaccine Coalition has administered more than 16,800 first and second doses of COVID-19 vaccine. Many of these vaccines have been administered in mass vaccination clinics in and around Polk County
Due to maintenance work taking place at a downstream dam, Lake Adger will be drawn down approximately 4-5 feet during the next week
A new self-help program designed to help lower the cost of building a new home is now accepting applications from Polk County residents

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