Helpful Info
When clicked/selected, each title below expands to display its contents. This information is provided as a way to help each residents and keep our community informed.
Suggestions for improvements or new programs are always welcome and appreciated. Contact the Communications Committee to do so.

Power Outage Map for WF Residents

Wake Forest Power (WFP) has launched a new, online outage map and reporting tool that makes it easier than ever for customers to report power outages and receive real-time information about power interruptions.
The outage map and reporting tool are accessible from the Town of Wake Forest website and provided as a function of the Town app (under Wake Forest Power).
When a power outage occurs, the interactive map will show a red dot in the approximate location of the outage, along with the number of affected customers and the current duration. The size of the dot will correlate to the size of the outage and will show outages of any size.
(updated 12-June-2024)

Report-A-Problem for WF Residents

In 2014, the Town of Wake Forest introduced “SeeClickFix” as part of the Wake Forest "app" as a simple, yet effective way for residents to report quality of life, non-emergency issues.  Since then, the Town has addressed hundreds of citizen concerns, ranging for damaged sidewalks and potholes to graffiti and malfunctioning TRAFFIC signals.

Additionally, Wake Forest’s website is available at wake, while the mobile app is offered as a function on the Town app.
Once the resident submits an issue, the reporter, the Town, and anyone “watching” the area receives an alert. The Town then acknowledges the service request, routes it to the proper department, and updates the request once it has been resolved.
PLEASE NOTE: The Villas of Wake Forest became public in May 2022. That means any repairs noted by residents to our street lights, roads and sidewalks should be reported to the Town of Wake Forest as noted in the above paragraphs.
(entered 14-Jul-2022)

Traffic Alerts Map

Display a map of the Wake Forest, with RED indicators where there are road issues and detours.
Select the icon that looks like a circle with tic marks to center the map on your current location.
If a RED ARROW is present, select the arrow to display additional details regarding the road issue.
For example, in mid-June 2024, there were two RED ARROWs on the map:
  • US 98 Bypass between Wegmans and Lowe’s
  • Ligon Mill Road / Song Sparrow Drive
(entered 13-June-2024)

EMS Response - Medical Information Form

This form is intended to provide an EMS team with the needed information to respond to a medical problem. It is up to the individual completing this form to determine what information will or will not be provided. Please print the form and complete the appropriate information in advance to be prepared for a medical emergency.
(last updated 22 Jan 2019)