Website Help & Support

The Wake County Communications Office strives to make easy to use and accessible to everyone. Select a topic below to learn more:

Accessibility & Assistive Technologies

Wake County Government is committed to making the WakeGOV website accessible for all users including those with disabilities.

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Website Disclaimer & Privacy Statement

Read our disclaimers about content on our website, privacy practices and social media.

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Link Requests

Links to external content on websites maintained by Wake County Government will be permitted at the County’s sole discretion and placed appropriately as determined by the Digital Media & Design Services Team. Wake County Government does not accept or respond to outside link solicitations or mutual linking requests.

Public Records Information

Read about why Wake County makes your information available online and otherwise.

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RSS Feeds

What is an RSS Feed?

RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication. RSS is a system that allows a user to get automatic updates from websites whenever new content is published on these sites. It acts like a personal Web reader by checking your selected sites regularly for new content. If you subscribe to an RSS feed, you will be notified whenever a new item is posted. The notification takes place in an RSS Reader.

How do I start using RSS Feeds?

To use a site's RSS feature, an RSS reader is required.

  1. Choose an RSS reader. Most Internet Browsers can display RSS feeds for you. An Internet search will return many RSS reader options.
  2. Once you've chosen an RSS reader, follow the instructions to use that reader.
  3. An orange RSS button will display the content availability on this site. Click the orange RSS button to add the feed to your RSS reader. With some readers, you may have to right-click the RSS link and copy the URL into your RSS reader.

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