In this week’s Webisode hear from the Housing Affordability and Community Revitalization Department and community partners on the Hotels to Housing program that has allowed at-risk residents facing a housing crisis to stay safe during COVID-19.
In this week’s Webisode Chairman Greg Ford and Vice Chair Vickie Adamson are joined by Morrisville Mayor TJ Cawley to talk about the 2020 Census.
In this week’s Webisode Chairman Greg Ford and Commissioner Susan Evans chat with Ann Burlingame, Deputy Director of Wake County Public Libraries about all the programming and distribution changes the libraries had to make as a result of COVID-19.
In this week’s Webisode Chairman Greg Ford and Commissioner Sig Hutchinson talk with Chris Snow, Director of Wake County Parks and Open Space, about Wake Parks From Home.
In this week’s Webisode, Chairman Greg Ford and Vice Chair Vickie Adamson talk with Housing Director Lorena McDowell and Katherine Williams of NC Cooperative Extension about how Wake County is working to continue to serving our most vulnerable residents during COVID-19.
In this episode, Wake County Board of Commissioners Chairman Greg Ford and Commissioners Sig Hutchinson and Dr. James West talk about the success of our drive-thru COVID-19 testing with Human Services Director Regina Petteway and EMS Director/Medical Direction Jose Cabanas. They also discuss the impacts of the virus on the county’s Latinx community, as well as the residents and staff of long-term care facilities.
Join Chairman Greg Ford as he discusses the proposed FY21 Budget with Commissioner Susan Evans, County Manager David Ellis, and Chief Financial Officer Emily Lucas.
Watch Wake Board Chairman Greg Ford and Commissioner Matt Calabria interview representatives of the Raleigh Chamber of Commerce and Wake Economic Development about the new Wake Forward program. They’ll explain how small businesses impacted financially by COVID-19 can apply for loans up to $50,000 to help them recover.
Watch Wake Board Chairman Greg Ford and Vice Chair Vickie Adamson interview County Manager David Ellis about the steps Wake County has taken since March to help slow the spread of COVID-19. They’ll also outline how the county’s Emergency Operations Center is coordinating our response, using data trends to inform the reopening process.