A new ambulance is ready to assist Polk County's Emergency Medical Service department and it is able to traverse mountainous terrain.
Polk County Commissioner Myron Yoder spent a day recently in Raleigh as part of the North Carolina Association of County Commissioners County Assembly Day.
The Polk County Board of Commissioners recently approved the budget for 2022-2023. The budget didn't include a tax increase for the operations of the County.
Eastbound traffic on I-26 will be detoured this week, beginning tonight. If you are traveling in that direction, please be aware.
Well and septic permits, along with sanitation inspections, are all part of the jobs that employees with Polk County's Environmental Health Services department. Here's your chance to learn more.
As we continue to "get to know" our governmental departments, this post is all about the Emergency Management department and our local Fire Marshall.
Polk County's GREAT grant application is one of many being reviewed at this time.
Summer is a great time to read! Polk County Libraries recently kicked off its Summer Learning Program and it is something that adults, kids, and teens can take part in.
As part of our ongoing "get to know" series, this post is about the Building Inspections department within Polk County. These inspectors check to ensure safety and that codes are met.
A grant has been awarded to Polk County to help with the removal of vegetative debris in rivers, creeks, and streams. The County now needs residents to help pinpoint where potential areas are located.


Looking for information about Polk County government? Visit the county’s official web site