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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    The city is observing Black History Month in February with the annual Showcase of Song and Public Safety Black History Month Celebration, as well as special programs at the Brown and Douglas and South Fork recreation centers, social media posts... Read more...
  2. New Winston-Salem Police Chief Announced

    City Manager Lee Garrity announced that he is appointing Assistant Chief William Penn, Jr. to be Winston-Salem’s new police chief. The appointment is effective immediately. A formal swearing in ceremony date will be announced soon. Read more...
  3. Understanding Compliance for Professional, General and Other Services

    Minority and women-owned businesses can receive assistance with the process of bidding for professional, general and other services through web-based training that will be available online on Thursday, Feb. 9 at 10 a.m. Read more...
  4. Council Member Adams Appointed to NLC Committee

    Council Member Adams Appointed to the National League of Cities Finance, Administration and Intergovernmental Relations Committee. Read more...
  5. City Hires Leader for the Behavioral Evaluation and Response Team

    The city has hired Kristin Ryan as director of the new Behavioral Evaluation and Response (BEAR) Team, a pilot program that offers an alternative response to non-violent mental health calls made to law enforcement and other first responders. Read more...
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