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Voting is handled through the Forsyth County Board of Elections at 336-703-2800. You may pick up a mail-in application at the Village Hall or Clemmons Library.
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The tax rate is 11.5 cents per $100 of valuation on your home. Example: If your home is valued at $200,000, your Clemmons taxes would be $230 per year.
Not necessarily. The postal service provides your mailing address. Not everyone with a Clemmons address is inside the village limits. Therefore, your mailing address is not a true indication of your residency. If you have any questions concerning your status please contact us at 336-766-7511.
When Clemmons incorporated in 1986, it was incorporated as a "village." Under state law a municipality can be called a "city," "town" or "village." Clemmons chose to be called a "village."
Waste Management is the company contracted to provide trash and recycle service for the residents of Clemmons.
Residents receive curb-side collection for one trash cart each week and one recycle cart every other week. Please call Clemmons Public Works at 336-766-9170 with questions, cart or service issues or to establish new service.
After a request is submitted and duly advertised for public hearing, the Clemmons Planning Board will hear the request and make a recommendation to the Village Council. Then the Village Council will also hold a public hearing on your request and make a final decision. The whole process generally takes 6 to 8 weeks after your application is submitted. You may contact the Village Planner Nasser Rahimzadeh at 336-766-7511 with questions.
The speed limit is 25 miles per hour unless otherwise posted.
For TV and telephone service see the Residential Information page.
No, animal control is handled through Forsyth County at 336-703-2490.
Burning yard waste is prohibited; however, the Village provides a Leaf and Limb Pickup Program. For more information look on the Leaf/Limb/Grass Program page. If you have any questions, call Public Works at 336-766-9170.
Currently, the Village does provide this service once a year, usually in March. This is subject yearly to Council approval during the budget process.
Send us an email or call the Public Works Department at 336-766-9170.
Driveways must be inspected for compliance when you build a new driveway or change an existing one. The cost for the permit is $30. Print your application (PDF) and bring it to Public Works at 3800 Dillon Industrial Drive to get your permit.
No, not for permanent business locations.
Building Permits are issued through City/County Inspections. You may call 336-727-2624 for further information.
Contact the Department of Motor Vehicles at 336-761-2258.