July – Heat Stress

By: Jalen Atkinson Is summer heat making your work place miserable? Heat stress causes more deaths per year than hurricanes, lightning, tornadoes, earthquakes, and floods combined! During the summer people face heat rash, heat exhaustion, heat cramps, and heat stroke. Here are some tips to help stop heat stress from taking over your summer: If…

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Guilford for Good Launch

By: Catherine Johnson We are launching a new spotlight series this fall titled “Guilford for Good”. We will highlight County employees who are involved in volunteering and/or community efforts that improve the quality of life for Guilford County residents. We are targeting activities that happen outside of one’s normal work schedule.  We invite you to…

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Capital Projects

By: Catherine Johnson The Guilford County Facilities Department currently has four large capital projects in different stages of development. The Old Courthouse located at 301 West Market Street opened in 1920 and is in need of a facelift. Contract award for the exterior renovations is pending and work will begin this fall. When complete it…

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Meet Deputy Logan Self

By: Tanya Roach On May 2nd, on behalf of Risk Management and Guilford County, Yvonne Moebs presented a “Heroism Award” to Deputy Logan Self for going above and beyond the call of duty to protect and serve. Logan Self has been a deputy with the Guilford County Sheriff’s Office for three years. It seems he…

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Elder Abuse Awareness Month

By: Catherine Johnson June is recognized nationally as Elder Abuse Awareness Month.  County staff are well connected in working with citizens and professional partners to support aging adults. We have spotlighted a few happenings below: Throughout the month of June, Greensboro Police Department’s Building Bridges show will spotlight the Family Justice Center’s Elder Justice Committee…

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