UPDATE: SERVICE RESTORED – Phone service down for Wake Forest Police Department

Anyone wishing to report an emergency or non-emergency involving police, fire or EMS should call 9-1-1

EDITOR’S NOTE: SERVICE RESTORED

CenturyLink, the Town of Wake Forest’s telephone service carrier, is currently suffering an outage. As a result, the Wake Forest Town Hall, Wake Forest Police Department and other administrative offices are without phone service.

Anyone wishing to report an emergency or non-emergency involving police, fire or EMS should call 9-1-1.

Anyone wishing to contact a town staff member is encouraged to utilize the Contact Us form on the town’s website at wakeforestnc.gov.

There is currently no estimated timetable for when the town’s phone service will be restored. Ok

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