Marketing & Communications


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The Marketing and Communications Department informs the public about city services through printed and electronic communications, including:

  • News releases sent to local newspapers, television stations and radio stations and posted on the city website.
  • The city’s social media accounts (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Nextdoor).
  • The city’s YouTube Channel (
  • WSTV Digital Media (Spectrum channel 13 and AT&T Uverse channel 99), which provides programming about Winston-Salem city government.
  • City Edition, an electronic newsletter posted online and sent monthly to subscribers.
  • City NOW, a monthly advertisement in the Winston-Salem Journal and The Chronicle.
  • Brochures, rack cards and fliers.
  • Newspaper, radio, television, social media and digital advertising.
  • The city website.

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  1. Marketing & Communications

    Physical Address
    101 N Main Street 
    Suite 336
    Winston-Salem, NC 27101

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  1. Mayor Declares State of Emergency

    Mayor Allen Joines declared a state of emergency at noon Sept. 30 as a precautionary measure in the event that the remnants of Hurricane Ian cause “widespread or severe damage, injury or loss of life or property” in the city. Read more...
  2. Be Prepared for Severe Weather This Weekend

    If the remnants of Hurricane Ian bring heavy rains to the area this weekend, residents should take extra care if driving and be prepared in case they lose power, says August Vernon, the emergency management director for Winston-Salem and Forsyth County. Read more...
  3. City Storm Preparations

    City crews are clearing stormwater catch basins and CityLink will be staffed around the clock this weekend as the city prepares for the possibility of heavy rains this weekend from the remnants of Hurricane Ian. Read more...
  4. Big Sweep Postponed to Oct. 8

    Keep Winston-Salem Beautiful is postponing to Saturday, Oct. 8, its annual Big Sweep cleanup of local waterways due to the threat of heavy rain from the remnants of Hurricane Ian. Big Sweep had been scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 1. Read more...
  5. Local Historic Preservation Official To Receive Statewide Honor

    Michelle McCullough of the Planning and Development Services Department is being awarded the highest professional honor available to a person working in the field of historical preservation in North Carolina. Read more...
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