Created in the Great Depression to serve as a storehouse of best land/water management practices they are unique government entities specifically created by NC General Statute.
Visit official website for the Wake County Soil and Water Conservation District to see how we can help you whether you are a landowner, educator, farmer, or concerned citizen!
Drinking water in Wake County is treated and distributed either by municipalities, a cooperative community well & septic organization, or by individual well and septic.
The NC Department of Agricultural and Consumer Sciences is responsible for a great deal of initiatives to improve water and soil quality.
Many agricultural programs (including SNAP benefits) are administered by the US Department of Agriculture.
Scott is the founder and president of the Lassiter Education Foundation a non-profit 501c3 that seeks to support at-risk students in Wake County through grants, scholarships, and stipends.
Visit the official website of the North Carolina General Assembly to learn more about bills, general statutes, and find out who represents you.
The country, state, county, and many municipalities operate a variety of local parks.
Visit the Wake County Board of Election's website to find your polling place, register to vote, see future election dates, check your registration status, view data, and more.