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Post Road Library to hold water quality, sign ordinance workshops
water quality

If you go

• What: Water Quality 101 and Sign 101
• When: Water Quality today, Sign on Sunday, Feb. 26, both at 2:30 p.m.
• Where: Post Road Library, 5010 Post Road
• Cost: Free

Keep Forsyth County Beautiful will hold a pair of workshops at Post Road Library aimed at keeping adult residents informed on water and signage in the county.

“These workshops are designed to educate our residents,” said Environmental Program Manager Tammy Wright in a news release. “Those who attend will leave with firsthand knowledge of how these topics impact our community.”

The first workshop will be Water Quality 101 today starting at 2:30 p.m. and will focus on protecting water quality.

Forsyth County Adopt-A-Stream Coordinator Kevin Smith will be available with hands-on, interactive models to show the impact of daily activities on water and how to minimize impact.

On Sunday, Feb. 26, also at 2:30 p.m., the library will host Sign 101, covering signs including business, real estate, yard sale, lost pet and campaign signs, along with billboards and banners.

Staff members with planning and community development and code enforcement departments will be available at the meeting to discuss the county’s sign ordinance, the role the ordinance plays and how permits are obtained and enforced.

The events are free and intended for adults, though children 12 and up can attend with an adult. No registration is required and more information can be found by calling KFCB at (770) 205- 4573.

Post Road Library is located at 5010 Post Road.