NOTICE: City of Forsyth, Georgia request for proposals for consulting services for a Museum Program and Masterplan.

The City of Forsyth is soliciting proposals for consulting services for a museum program and masterplan. Interested parties are invited to secure a Request for Proposals (RFP) package from Kayleigh Sullivan, Middle Georgia Regional Commission, 175 Emery Highway, Suite C, Macon, Georgia 31217 or from the city’s website at www.cityofforsyth.net For consideration, all interested parties must submit their response to Kayleigh Sullivan at the address listed above, no later than 5:00 p.m. Monday, May 15, 2017.  Proposals received after the deadline, or at any other location will not be considered. The City of Forsyth reserves the right to accept or reject any or all proposals.  The City of Forsyth is an Equal Opportunity Employer.   NOTICE: Click here for full details of the City of Forsyth Heritage and Train Museum–Masterplan...

NOTICE: WATER BOIL ADVISORY HAS BEEN LIFTED

The EPD has lifted the Water Boil Advisory for the areas affected by the water main break of Juliette Road, Forsyth Landing, Evergreen Subdivision, Maynard Drive, Wilder Drive, Joe Chambers Road.

NOTICE: Water main break in the city of Forsyth

The city of Forsyth has experienced an 8” water line break on their water system.  The areas affected by this break are Juliette Road, Forsyth Landing, Evergreen Subdivision, Maynard Drive, Wilder Drive, Joe Chambers Road.  These areas will be without water during the repair and will be under a boil water advisory until water samples are cleared by the EPD which should be sometime on Friday...

Letter from the Mayor

Dear Neighbor, On behalf of the Forsyth City Council and myself I would like to commend you for your generosity and support of those evacuees taking shelter in Forsyth during Hurricane Matthew.  Forsyth showed that we are a community that cares. We are a community that helps our neighbors when they are in need. Not just the neighbors we know, but the neighbors we have never met. Not just the neighbors next door, or across town, but across the state and the southeast. We appreciate all the churches, groups and individuals who offered their help and support. We also want to acknowledge the outstanding work of City Manager Janice Hall and the dedicated City staff, the City Police and Fire Departments, and the Convention and Visitors Bureau. Together with some volunteers from Leadership Monroe, we put together over 1,200 welcome bags for evacuees. The welcome bags were distributed through the hotels, from police cruisers and fire trucks, and the Welcome Center. Many of our local restaurants offered specials for our visitors. The Monroe County Library offered free special children’s movie showings on Saturday to keep families entertained.   Again, we are proud of the Forsyth and Monroe County community as we worked together during an especially difficult time. Thank you! I am proud to call you my neighbors!   Best regards,   Eric S. Wilson...

FALL FESTIVAL

ON THE SQUARE The Fall Festival will be held Monday, October 31st, from 5:30 PM – 7:00 PM on Main Street. Family Fun For All 1st ever Pumpkin Carving Contest – Drop off your pre-carved pumpkin on the square at 6:00 PM. Age participation categories: 4 years to 8 years 8 years to 12 years Winners will be announced at 6:30...