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Christmas & New Year's Holiday Schedules

The Wake Forest Town Hall and other administrative offices will be closed Thursday-Friday, Dec. 24-25, and Monday, Dec. 28, for the Christmas holiday and Friday, Jan. 1, for the New Year’s holiday. Police service will not be interrupted, but Town bus service and sanitation schedules will be affected.

During the week of December 21, the Wake Forest Loop (WFL) will operate on Thursday, Dec. 24, but the Wake Forest-Raleigh Express (WRX) will not. Neither bus service will operate on Friday, Dec. 25.

During the week of December 28, neither the WFL nor the WRX will operate on Friday, Jan. 1.

During the weeks of December 21 and December 28, the Friday trash and recycling routes will be collected Saturday.

During the week of December 21, the Monday and Tuesday yard waste routes will be collected, while the Wednesday-Friday routes will be suspended.

During the week of December 28, the Wednesday-Friday routes will be collected, while the Monday and Tuesday routes will be suspended.

During the week of December 21, loose leaf collection will continue as normal.

The Town will suspend loose-leaf collection during the week of December 28. The break will allow crews to focus on collecting Christmas trees and provide the Fleet Services Division an opportunity to make much-needed repairs to the Town’s leaf collection equipment.

Loose-leaf collection will resume Monday, Jan. 4. To view a map of the weekly yard waste collection schedule, visit our website. Wake Forest residents can track the progress of leaf collection crews by calling the Leaf Collection Hotline at 919-435-9582. The hotline is updated each weekday morning by 8 a.m. with information identifying areas where crews will be working that day. 

During the week of December 21, bulk pick-ups will be scheduled for Tuesday, Dec. 22. To schedule a bulk pick-up, complete the online bulk waste pick-up request form by 2 p.m. Monday, Dec. 21.

During the week of December 28, bulk pick-ups will occur Wednesday, Dec. 30. To schedule a bulk pick-up, complete the online bulk waste pick-up request form by 2 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 29.

Celebrate the holidays with everyone’s favorite siblings – The Malpass Brothers! The Wake Forest Renaissance Centre will present the Malpass Family Christmas, a virtual concert starring The Malpass Brothers tonight (Friday, Dec. 18), at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $10 per household and available for purchase online until 4 p.m. today at www.wakeforestrencen.org/tickets-events. Ticket holders will receive a password protected website link to the performance at the time of purchase and an email containing the password tonight at 6 p.m.

Brothers Christopher and Taylor will be joined by their mom, dad, wives and children to share their traditions in story and song. Filmed at the Renaissance Centre on December 6, the concert will feature traditional gospels, country classics and holiday favorites - and a visit from Santa.

Again, the deadline to purchase your tickets is today at 4 p.m. For more information, contact the Renaissance Centre Box Office at 919-435-9458 or email EléJah Carter. To learn more about the Renaissance Centre, including our virtual programming, like us on Facebook and sign up for free updates via E-Notifier.

Beginning January 1, 2021, the Town of Wake Forest will change how it charges residents for solid waste service and introduce several improvements to its yard waste and bulk waste collection programs.

Since 2008 Wake Forest property owners have paid for solid waste service as part of their annual property tax bill. Prior to that, residents paid a monthly user fee of $14.60 as part of their monthly utility bill.

Beginning January 1, 2021, solid waste service will no longer be covered by annual tax revenues, but instead by a $21 monthly solid waste fee included on residents’ Raleigh Water bill. The fee includes weekly trash, recycling and yard waste collection, along with seasonal and on-demand collections for loose leaves, Christmas trees, bulk waste pickup and large brush collection.

The following improvements to the Town's yard waste collection programs will also begin January 1:

  • The weekly bag limit of yard waste will increase from 10 bags to 20 bags.
  • The limit of large brush will increase from four to eight cubic yards (approximately two pickup truck loads).
  • Large brush collections must be scheduled in advance via an online form on the Town’s website similar to the one used for scheduling bulk waste collections. As a general rule, “large brush” is any yard waste, including limbs over four feet in length, that does not fit into bags or yard waste containers.

The Town of Wake Forest is encouraging residents to make recycling a holiday tradition by recycling their Christmas trees.

Beginning Monday, Dec. 28, the Town will collect and recycle live Christmas trees from residential homes according to its normal yard waste collection schedule. The trees will be ground into mulch and made available for free to residents upon request.

All Wake Forest residents whose trash and recycling are collected by the Town may participate in the “Treecycling” program. To recycle your Christmas tree, simply remove all decorations, tinsel, nails, stands and bags from the tree and set it behind the curb for collection. Residents are reminded that artificial trees cannot be recycled.

By recycling Christmas trees, Wake Forest saves valuable space at the landfill.

The collected trees will be ground into mulch and made available for free to residents upon request. Orders for mulch are currently being accepted. For more information about Christmas tree recycling or to request mulch, contact the Public Works Department at 919-435-9570.

The Town of Wake Forest has started the process of updating the Community Plan and creating a Future Land Use Map, and we need your input.

Between now and the end of the year, Wake Forest residents, business owners and community stakeholders are invited to complete an online survey on current conditions within the town. Citizen feedback will be used to formulate an understanding of key issues, community desires, weaknesses and strengths of the Town that will help create the foundation for the Wake Forest Community Plan Update and Future Land Use Map.

Available here, the survey takes approximately 15 minutes to complete.

Wake Forest Police Sgt. Brandon High is the Town of Wake Forest “2020 Jon Ray Employee of the Year.” Town Manager Kip Padgett made the announcement during a recent police roll call at Town Hall.

A Wake Forest Police officer since 2015, High was nominated for the award by several co-workers who praised his dignity, integrity and dedication to the police department and community.
NC continues Modified Stay at Home Order

North Carolina began began a Modified Stay at Home Order on Friday, Dec. 11, after a rapid increase in the state's key COVID-19 trends. The Order, which requires people to stay at home between 10 p.m. and 5 a.m., will be in place until at least Friday, Jan. 8, 2021.

The Order requires restaurants, bars, entertainment venues, personal care businesses and more to close at 10 p.m. Travel to and from work; to obtain food, medical care, fuel or social services; or to take care of a family member is exempted. Read more in the Frequently Asked Questions document.


COVID-19 Vaccine web page now available
Wake County has launched a new webpage about the COVID-19 vaccine.

As cases of COVID-19 continue to climb in Wake County, a safe and effective vaccine will help defend us against the virus. Everyone who wants a vaccine will eventually get one. But, that process is going to take months.

Right now, the supply of the vaccine is low, and the need is high. That’s why Wake County will offer the vaccine in phases and in strict accordance with guidance from the CDC and the NC Department of Health and Human Services.

The phases begin with the people who are at highest risk, as well as those who are vital to the COVID-19 response. Good examples are healthcare workers who face possible exposure to the virus every day or seniors in assisted living facilities who would develop serious health impacts if they contracted COVID-19.

Overall, their numbers are relatively small, which is intentional, because so is our supply of the vaccine.

From January to June 2021, the vaccine supply will grow. With more doses, we can vaccinate more people. But, realistically, most healthy middle-aged adults won’t get vaccinated until late spring or early summer of next year.

NCDHHS will be updating the vaccine rollout plan on its website, which includes a breakdown of the phases, so you can see where you might fall in the prioritization.

People who live and work near Wake Forest have a convenient way to get tested for COVID-19. Wake County is contracting with clinical laboratory Radeas, located at 907 Gateway Commons Circle, to provide free, drive-thru testing Monday-Saturday from 7 a.m.-7 p.m.

The service is free, and no appointment is necessary. The testing typically takes about seven minutes, and results are usually provided in seven to nine hours – but can take up to 24 hours.

An important part of Wake Forest Cares is an annual donation drive to raise funds for select community non-profits. For our inaugural Wake Forest Cares Holiday Donation Drive, area residents and businesses are invited to contribute online to one or more of the following local non-profit organizations/initiatives:

  • Tri-Area Ministry Food Pantry
  • Hope House Wake Forest
  • Wake Forest Boys & Girls Club
  • Helping Others by Providing Electricity (HOPE)
  • Shop with a Cop
  • Ronald McDonald House of Durham & Wake - in partnership with Wake Forest High School DECA Chapter

All of these non-profits are addressing specific needs in our community, including hunger, home lighting and heating, tutoring, mentoring, safe spaces, and/or providing joy and hope during the holiday season and beyond. The Wake Forest Cares Holiday Donation Drive is an opportunity to demonstrate our support for these important efforts.
Find what you're looking for on Town website

At wakeforestnc.gov, everything you'd ever like to know about Wake Forest, its programs and services, is always at your fingertips. Many of the common resources you're looking for are conveniently located below the search bar on the homepage. For all other questions, just click in the search bar and start to type.
Experience the wonder and magic of the holiday season during the annual Lighting of Wake Forest. Sponsored by Traditions at Wake Forest and presented by Wake Forest Downtown, Inc., the virtual tree lighting took place Friday, Dec. 4, online through Facebook.
Hosted by Santa Claus, the event features a holiday message from the Board of Commissioners, along with “Kids Say the Cutest Things about the Holidays,” the Wake Forest Community Carolers, and the official lighting of the Town tree.
If you loved Kids Say the Cutest Things about the Holidays in our Lighting of Wake Forest video, then you're in for a treat! Consider this expanded version an early Christmas present from the Town of Wake Forest! So, sit back and enjoy!
Downtown Wake Forest is offering residents added incentive to shop local this year by offering shoppers a chance to win a variety of special prizes.
For every purchase made by a customer at a participating downtown business between now and Thursday, Dec. 31, he or she will receive a raffle ticket to be entered into a special prize drawing.
Merchant-sponsored drawings will be held throughout December with winners for each participating store being drawn from among their customer entries. At the conclusion of the promotion, all of the completed raffle tickets from all participating downtown merchants will be collected and entered into grand prize drawings of $300 Downtown Dollars and $500 Downtown Dollars courtesy of Warren, Shackleford & Thomas, PLLC and Custom Reupholstered Chairs courtesy of Diamond N-D Rough
Downtown Dollars can be used the same as cash. To learn more about Downtown Dollars and view a list of downtown merchants who accept them, visit our website.
The Grand Prize drawings are scheduled for Wednesday, Jan. 6, 2021. Be sure to follow Wake Forest Downtown on Facebook and Instagram to see if you are a lucky winner.
The Wake Forest Police Department (WFPD) regularly implores residents to help reduce motor vehicle break-ins by locking their car doors. A vast majority of the reported car break-ins in Wake Forest involve unlocked vehicles.

Those pleas are taking on an even greater sense of urgency after another rash of break-ins involving unlocked vehicles. Once again, thieves engaged in what is known as “car-hopping” in several Wake Forest subdivisions. Car-hopping occurs when criminals roam neighborhoods at night, pulling on car door handles, hoping to find an open vehicle. Police officials say it’s a numbers game. For every 10 cars a criminal checks, they expect to find at least a couple open, so there is no need to physically break a window or door lock to get in.

Simply put, the best way to avoid becoming a victim is by simply locking your unoccupied vehicles at all times, removing your valuable items and any extra set of keys from the vehicle, and double-checking to make sure your car is locked before going to bed at night. If an item can’t be removed, then it’s best to make sure it is out of sight to potential crooks looking for an easy target.

The Wake Forest Police Department (WFPD) is urging every resident to “be a good neighbor” by reporting suspicious activity this holiday season and throughout the year.

Police Chief Jeff Leonard says crimes are often prevented when citizens report suspected illegal activity.

“Wake Forest is a growing community, and unfortunately, crime can sometimes be a byproduct of growth,” said Leonard. “But that’s why it’s so important for residents and business owners to remain vigilant and aware of their surroundings. When you see something that looks suspicious, call the police department. If we investigate and no crime has occurred, that’s okay. But we would rather you call and it turn out to be nothing, than not call. It’s a proven fact that reporting suspicious activity helps prevent crime.”

That’s especially true when it comes to combatting “porch pirates.” With only a few weeks until Christmas, deliveries are already arriving on doorsteps. The WFPD is enlisting the public’s help to ensure the rightful owners receive those packages.

Provided below are announcements about projects that will impact Wake Forest motorists over the next several weeks. Please use the information to help plan your route and move safely through the affected areas. 

December 17-18 and December 21-24
Focus Design Builders, a private contractor working on the future White Street Loading Dock, 525 S. White St., will reduce to one lane with intermittent two-way traffic, a portion of the 500 block of South White Street Thursday-Friday, Dec. 17-18, and Monday-Thursday, Dec. 21-24, from 7 a.m.-4 p.m. each day.

Signage and flaggers will be in place to manage traffic flow and safely direct motorists through the work area. Delays are expected, so drivers are encouraged to take an alternate route if possible.

December 17-18 and December 20
Fred Smith Co., a private contractor working on behalf of the Town of Wake Forest, will periodically close the Brimfield Springs Lane and Ligon Mill Road intersection Thursday-Friday, Dec. 17-18, from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. each day. The periodic closures will allow crews to perform paving work required to tie Brimfield Springs into a widened Ligon Mill Road.

Signage and flaggers will be in place to manage traffic flow and safely direct motorists through the work area. Delays are expected, so drivers are encouraged to take an alternate route if possible.

In addition, Wake Forest Power will close Brimfield Springs Lane on Sunday, Dec. 20, from 7 a.m.-noon. The road closure is necessary to allow crews to install underground power lines for street lights that will be put up as part of the Ligon Mill Road Operational Improvements Project. A signed detour will be in place at the intersection of Brimfield Springs Lane and Ligon Mill Road.

Now through March 2021
From now through March, Fred Smith Company, a contractor working on behalf of Wegmans, will periodically reduce to one lane portions of Dr. Calvin Jones Highway/NC 98 from Galaxy Way to Siena Drive. The temporary lane closures are necessary to allow crews to widen the roadway and install turn lanes for the future Wegman’s. The store will be situated on the south side of Dr. Calvin Jones Highway/NC 98 Bypass between US 1/Capital Boulevard and Siena Drive, just west of Ligon Mill Road.
Our Letters for Santa mailbox is available in Jones Plaza at the intersection of South White Street and East Jones Avenue.
Children of all ages are invited to bring their letters to Santa’s Mailbox through Thursday, Dec. 24, for immediate delivery to the North Pole. No postage is required.
In an effort to ensure the safety of Santa’s helpers who previously opened each letter individually, personal responses from Santa are not possible this year. However, the Town of Wake Forest is providing a letter from Santa that can be downloaded and personalized.
After a 15-year run, the Wake Forest Parks, Recreation & Cultural Resources Department is discontinuing the mass mailing of its biannual program guide to Town residents in the 27587 zip code. Beginning in February 2021, a limited number of RecConnect copies will be printed and available for pickup at Town Hall, 301 S. Brooks St., and PRCR facilities, such as Joyner Park Community Center, 701 Harris Road, Flaherty Park Community Center, 1226 N. White St., and Alston-Massenburg Center, 416 S. Taylor St.

In anticipation of this change, residents accustomed to receiving the program guide in the mail are encouraged to sign up to receive RecConnect via email. The publication will continue to be available to view/download online.

Although printed editions of RecConnect will no longer arrive in mailboxes, the same high-quality content will continue to be included in each issue. Published twice a year, the program guide provides complete information on parks and recreation-sponsored programs and activities for people of all ages, including youth and adult athletics, cultural programs and classes, and special events. Each edition also includes important news and contact information, along with the names and locations of Wake Forest parks, open spaces, indoor facilities and greenways.
Visit downtown Wake Forest and experience the magic of the holiday season. As part of Window Wonderland, local artist Cyndi McKnight has painted several of our merchant windows to portray themes from classic holiday movies and television shows for your viewing pleasure.  
As you stroll through, see if you can guess the movie or television show portrayed with each window.
The Wake Forest Community Council announced the winners of the 2020 Citizen of the Year, Organization of the Year, and Peggy Allen Lifetime Achievement Award during a special video presentation on Monday, Dec. 7. Congratulations to this year's winners: Frank Everitt ( Citizen of the Year), Greg Harrington (Peggy Allen Lifetime Achievement Award), and Hope House (Organization of the Year).

It wouldn’t be the holidays without those incredible sweet treats we all love, and part of the fun of making those yummy pies, cakes, cookies and puddings is swapping recipes with neighbors and friends.

Wake Forest residents were invited recently to share recipes of their beloved holiday treats. Altogether, over 30 recipes were submitted for inclusion in our online “Favorite Holiday Treats” recipe book. Just in time for the holidays, this incredible collection of recipes is now available to view and download for free.

As promised, Mayor Vivian Jones has selected four of the submitted recipes to prepare as part of a weekly video series, "Favorite Holiday Treats with Mayor Jones." On Wednesdays at 1 p.m. throughout December, we are posting on Facebook and the Town website a video of Mayor Jones preparing one of the delicious treats. As a bonus, since there are five Wednesdays in December, she will prepare her famous fruit salad during the December 30 episode.

Several local churches and community organizations will honor the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. with a virtual livestream program on Thursday, Jan. 21, at 6:30 p.m. Area residents are invited to watch the livestream on the Friendship Chapel Baptist Church Facebook page

The evening’s theme will center around one of Dr. King’s messages: “Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.” In the spirit of the event theme, the Wake Forest MLK Committee is offering creative performance, writing and art competitions for students in Wake Forest and Rolesville-area schools. Complete contest rules and information, along with the online contest entry form, are now available. 

The competition winners will be recognized during the January 21 program. Due to COVID-19, only the contest winners and their parents will be permitted to attend. For more information, contact Margo Grant at 919-435-7101. 

The Town of Wake Forest is partnering with Paymentus to offer Wake Forest Power (WFP) customers faster, easier and more convenient ways to pay their electric bills. WFP customers can now pay their bills and review usage history online via a new and improved customer portal. Customers also have the option of paying via a new automated phone system

The new online platform allows customers to:

  • pay electric bills with credit cards, debit cards, or bank account and routing number;
  • make one-time payments or set up recurring automatic payments;
  • receive email reminders and emailed receipts of payment;
  • view consumption and account information;
  • view and download current and past utility bills;
  • opt out of mailed paper bills; and
  • manage multiple utility accounts with one user profile.

An online Customer Portal Guide offering step-by-step instructions is available.

The Wake Forest Planning Board typically meets on the first Tuesday of each month at 7:30 p.m., while the Board of Commissioners typically meets on the third Tuesday of each month at 7 p.m.

These meetings can be viewed both live and on demand through the Public Meetings Portal on the Town’s website.

Planning Board and Board of Commissioners meetings are also broadcast live on Wake Forest TV 10—the Town’s government access channel—then re-broadcast daily throughout the next two weeks at 9 a.m., 3 p.m., and 9 p.m.

WFTV 10 is available only to Wake Forest residents and businesses that subscribe to Spectrum Cable TV service. However, WFTV 10 can be viewed online in real-time streaming video by anyone who has internet access. To stream WFTV 10 online, visit wakeforestnc.gov and search “wftv 10.”

The Town of Wake Forest encourages local pet owners to be good neighbors and great pet owners by obeying Wake County’s leash law.

The Town regularly receives complaints from local residents about dogs running at large – particularly at Town parks. Although Wake Forest does not have an ordinance pertaining to dogs, Wake County Animal Control has jurisdiction to enforce animal control laws within the town and its park system.

Wake County Animal Control Ordinance Section 2-3-7 (A) states “It shall be unlawful for any owner to permit an animal to be at large.” Section 2-3-7 (C) further states “It shall be unlawful for any person owning or having possession, charge, custody or control of any dog to take the dog into or allow the dog to enter any public park without being at all times under the restraint of a leash unless said park is designated as a dog park.”

Any owner permitting an animal to be at large shall pay a civil penalty of $100 for the first violation.

In 2014 the Town of Wake Forest introduced SeeClickFix as a simple, yet effective way for residents to report quality of life, non-emergency issues. Since then, the Town has addressed hundreds of citizens’ concerns, ranging from damaged sidewalks and potholes to storm drain blockages and malfunctioning traffic signals.

SeeClickFix is available on the Town website, while the mobile platform is offered as a function on the Town app.

By utilizing the online or mobile reporting platform, residents can report non-emergency issues through a variety of service request categories. When submitting such issues, residents can provide locational, descriptive and photographic information as they see the issue in real time.

Once the resident submits an issue, the reporter, the Town, and anyone “watching” the area receives an alert. The Town then acknowledges the service request, routes it to the proper department, and updates the request – along with residents following the issue - once it’s been resolved. 

The Wake Forest Fire Department recently introduced a program that provides firefighters with the safe and efficient entry they need into the homes of vulnerable residents during fires or medical emergencies.

The Knox Homebox program involves homeowners buying a steel lock box and firefighters locking their house key in it. Fire crews have a master key that opens the box in the event of a medical emergency, fire or other urgent need.

The initiative saves precious time for first responders and the potential expense of costly repairs for the homeowner due to forced entry.

Whether spending a day meandering through myriad shops, sampling our delicious dining options or stopping in to see your favorite merchant for that one-of-a-kind service, shopping in downtown Wake Forest is always a great idea!

With unique products and personal attention only independents can provide, downtown Wake Forest truly is where quaint meets cool. Shopping locally also contributes to the community in ways that make buying downtown an economically-responsible decision as well!

The Town of Wake Forest has launched a new web-based dashboard that allows residents to view zoning enforcement violations by address. The platform also allows residents to track the type of violation, the current number of open and closed cases, and the Town’s response.

Every child loves a good bedtime story. That’s why the Wake Forest Renaissance Centre is partnering with Page 158 Books to offer a 12-week bedtime story reading series on the Renaissance Centre Facebook page for children 10 and under. On Mondays at 7 p.m., through December 28, Storytime Online will feature the reading of 12 popular bedtime stories by actors from Forest Moon Theater (FMT) and the Wake Forest mayor and board of commissioners.

The Downtown Development Department is selling limited edition Christmas ornaments depicting South White Street in downtown Wake Forest.

The ornaments are $22 plus tax and available for purchase at Southern Suds & Gifts, 213 S. White St., and Page 158 Books, 415-B S. Brooks St. They may also be purchased online for $30. This price includes tax, shipping and handling.

Wake Forest residents can now go online and use the Town of Wake Forest app to request assistance and report issues related to solid waste service:

  • Request trash and recycling service;
  • Upgrade from a 48-gallon to a 96-gallon recycling cart;
  • Report damaged and/or missing carts;
  • Report a missed trash or recycling collection;
  • Request a bulk pickup;
  • Sign up for Waste Wizard.

The Northern Wake Senior Center, 235 E. Holding Ave., offers adults age 55 and older a full schedule of recreational activities. Programming at the center is provided by Resources for Seniors, Inc. The organization serves senior and disabled adults in Wake County by providing home and community-based services and information, thereby allowing them to maximize their choices for independence, comfort, safety, security and well-being.

Check out Jennie's Weekly Jots, the senior center's weekly newsletter, for information on current programming and initiatives.

A mandatory mask requirement is in effect for all of North Carolina. As a result, every North Carolinian in an indoor public space, or in an outside public space when unable to physically distance from others, is required to wear a face covering.

In accordance with Executive Order (EO) 147, all visitors to the Wake Forest Town Hall, 301 S. Brooks St., and other Town facilities must wear a face mask or face covering. For more information, call Town Hall at 919-435-9400.
Recycling Refresher

It's time to take a fresh look at recycling and change how we think about it! It's less important to fill the bin with a mix of things we think MAY be recyclable as it is to put in things we KNOW are recyclable. Click on the video above. It's designed to help you "get the right things in the bin - for the win!"
Waste Wizard makes recycling easier

The Waste Wizard makes it easier than ever for residents to stay informed about Town of Wake Forest trash, recycling and yard waste collection programs. The Waste Wizard also helps residents know which disposable household materials can be recycled and which ones should be thrown away.

Available on the Town’s website, the “Waste Wizard” is an interactive tool that allows users to sign up for waste collection reminders and download collection schedules.

You can also type in key words related to disposable household materials and receive valuable disposal tips. From aluminum cans and phone books to popcorn bags and plastic bags, the search tool helps residents effectively sort their recyclables from their trash.

As a bonus, the Waste Wizard is provided as a function on the Town of Wake Forest app.

The Town of Wake Forest often receives reports about trash of all kinds along our roads. It's a shame we're forced to constantly reinforce this message - but please don’t litter! We need everyone to help keep Wake Forest and North Carolina beautiful and safe, and it starts with each of us doing our part.
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