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Caution! Roadwork Ahead!
Work will begin Memorial Day weekend on the westbound lanes of the I-40
Yadkin River bridge. The closure will be from 8 pm
Friday to 6 am Monday and continue for the next two weekends (June 7-10
& June 14-17). Traffic will be detoured at the I-40 Harper Road
exit to Hwy 158 and then back on I-40 at Hwy 801.
AVOID THE AREA IF AT ALL POSSIBLE!!!
New Local Book!
History. Here's more
Looking for property tax information?
Visit Forsyth County's tax
Traffic in roundabouts move in a counterclockwise direction. Slow down
as you approach the roundabout. Stop only to yield to vehicles already in
the circle. Wait for a gap and merge into the moving traffic. If you
miss your turn, just go around again.
We now have a rain garden thanks to
James Bess who used this project as his Eagle Scout requirement and the
many hard working crew who helped him. Check out the
Stormwater Page. Would
you be interested in building your own rain garden?
We can help.
All garden plots have been rented for
this year. If you are interested in putting your name on a waiting
list please contact Village Hall. Here's the
Congratulations West Forsyth High School!
Recognized as one of
the top 1,000 high schools in United States.
Are you prepared for an emergency?
WS/FC Office of
Emergency Management, your source for
Current Population . . . 18,829.
Hattie Butner Stagecoach
is named after the wife of Edwin Clemmons, son of Peter Clemmons who
founded Clemmons in 1802 and is located inside the Village Hall.
Information At A Glance . . .
and contact telephone numbers.
Village Council Meeting Schedule & Village Holidays.
changes & holidays.
Meeting time is 7 p.m. unless otherwise noted in Special Meeting
Your Village Services.
Need the trash schedule?
There was an error on the original recycling schedule. Get
your new and revised 2013
The 2013 Waste Management holiday schedule is now available
on the Waste Management page.
Do you have extra trash?
Information on Waste Management'
Would you like to recycle cardboard?
Did you know burning is banned in
Do you need the
Leaf, Limb and Grass Schedule?
Do not mix limbs (sticks & twigs) with leaves.
Leaf and Limb reminders:
(all meetings are held at the Village Hall, unless otherwise noted)
Village Council, Monday, May
13, 2013 5 p.m. - Issues, needs and opportunities that should be addressed over
the next 3 to 5 years.
Invitation to Bid
None at this time.
If you would like an opportunity to
provide input on the design of new bridges in the downtown Winston-Salem
area, get involved with
Interested in buying Village Surplus Property?
Click on the logo below.
Clemmons Code of Ordinances
The Code of Ordinances are laws that govern the citizens of the Village
of Clemmons. These ordinances include, but are not limited to, government
administration, public works, traffic control, animal control, nuisances,
security alarm systems, air quality control, business regulations, and land
use. Click here to view the
Clemmons Code of Ordinances.
Clemmons Unified Development Ordinances
The Unified Development Ordinances controls zoning, land use,
subdivisions, environmental regulations and the development review process for
all land within the municipal boundaries.
Click here to view the
Unified Development Ordinances.
Click here to view the
Active citizen involvement is needed to help plan and decide issues that impact the future well-being of our community. Clemmons residents are always invited to apply for openings on the Planning
Board, Zoning Board of Adjustment and Stormwater Advisory Board. Applicants are appointed to these openings in June.
All applicants must live within the corporate boundaries of the Village of Clemmons. Applicants are available at the Village Hall, 3715 Clemmons Road or on our website - click here for
more information or an
Meetings are held at 7:00pm in the Village Hall:
Advisory Board - 1st Wednesday of each quarter (January, April,
July, October) (7 pm)
Senior Services, Inc.
Not Sure where to turn? Let Senior Services' Help Line
get you on the right path! The Help Line can answer questions that seniors
living at home have regarding their changing needs and can assist family
caregivers with the challenges they may be facing. You may call the help
line at 724-2040 or
e-mail them at
The Help Line publishes the Directory of
Services for Older Adults in Forsyth County, a comprehensive listing of services
that can assist the elderly of Forsyth County. Directories are updated
annually and are available free of charge. Just call 724-2040 to request a
copy, or go to the Resources drop-down menu at their website,
and click on Help Line Directory of Services, which will take you to a page
where you can download a copy.
Housing Repair Money Available
The Forsyth County Department
of Housing will receive a $400,000 Community Development Grant that will be used
to provide housing rehabilitation assistance to low income homeowners with
substandard dwellings. Assistance will be in the form of deferred
forgiveness loans. Depending on the amount of funds spent on a dwelling
the loans will be forgiven over a 5, 10, or 15 year period. Funds may be
used to make repairs to deal with such problems as electrical, plumbing,
roofing, exterior siding, windows, HVAC systems, structural problems, etc.
If you are interested in possible participation in this housing
rehabilitation program please call Karen Thomas at the Forsyth County Department
of Housing 703-2679.
Flood Insurance Rate Maps
The Federal Emergency Management Agency is revising the floodplain maps which document the location and
elevations of the 1% chance floodplains. These maps are a part of the
Flood Insurance Study (FIS) which is used to determine flood insurance rates for
properties located within flood hazard areas.
Floodplain maps may be viewed online at
www.ncfloodmaps.com and at the Clemmons
Village Hall, 3715 Clemmons Road.
Forsyth County does not have a siren warning system for
dangerous weather. In addition to weather advisories that are broadcast on local TV
and radio stations, residents are urged to buy
NOAA Weather Radios that can
alert you throughout the day and night. NOAA Weather Radios can be
purchased at local electronic stores and vary in price.
Duke Power has created a page on their website that answers many questions we have when weather conditions affect our lives. To learn about storm preparations, tips, restoration process and priorities, and Frequently Asked Questions, go to
www.duke-energy.com. You can access STORM CENTRAL either through WEATHERWATCH or FAST ACCESS PAGES.
Please Do Not Litter . . .
Whether deliberate or unintentional, littering is against the law. Littering is costly . . . to clean up, to economic development, to community appearance, and to you, if you get a ticket. Stop littering. Think before you throw that cigarette butt out the window or that candy wrapper on the ground. If you miss the trash can, take the time and pick up your trash. Keep our community clean and free of litter. Thank you.
Debris and Weeds
Section 92 of the Clemmons Municipal Code governs the response to public
nuisances identified as uncontrolled growth of weeds or accumulation of trash.
The public policies stated therein outline proper investigation and abatement
procedures. If you notice such conditions, especially those producing
offensive odor or causing vermin, please contact the Village staff to file a
PART Express now serving Davie County!
The Piedmont Authority for Regional
Transportation (PART) has expanded service to Davie County. Catch the PART bus
to and from Mocksville, Clemmons and many destinations in Winston-Salem. The
Clemmons Park & Ride Lot is in the K-Mart parking lot on Lewisville-Clemmons
Road. Look for the PART Express bus stop sign. Need to travel further? No
problem! PART offers free transfers on our express bus routes serving the
Piedmont Triad and beyond. PART is truly The Transportation Solution!
Visit our website at
www.PARTnc.org or call
1-800-588-7787 to learn about more of our programs including vanpooling,
guaranteed emergency ride home, buddy rides and much more!
Support our Troops
Remember those who have made and are continuing to make our
freedom possible. To support our brave men and women, visit: