- Find Winston-Salem, North Carolina on a map
- City of the Arts - Winston-Salem, where the arts come alive
- Winston-Salem is a Green City!
- Winston-Salem is in Forsyth County, in the Piedmont Triad region of North Carolina, and is the fourth-largest city in North Carolina
- Population - about 229,000
- Founded as Winston in 1851. Became Winston-Salem in 1913.
- Median household income - $37,000/year
- Unemployment Rate, Winston-Salem: 8.4% March 2013 (N.C. ESC)
- Weather average temperatures - between 40º and 78º (58º)
- Size - about 132.4 square miles
- Property tax rate - 49 cents per $100 of value
- Census 2010 information
- Directions to city government locations
- Major Employment Categories are education, health, social services
- Colleges and Universities
- Buildings and Landmarks of note:
- Reynolds Building on Main Street, completed in 1929 in the Art Deco style, was used as a model for the Empire State Building in New York City, and by the same architects.
- Wachovia Center building on Second Street, completed in 1995, uses Moravian themes in the design, is likened to a giant rosebud ready to bloom, and is the tallest building in Winston-Salem.
- The old Shell Station - a giant seashell! At Sprague and Peachtree Streets.
- The Giant Coffeepot - made of tin, an original "logo" of a Salem merchant. On Main Street just north of Old Salem.
- Winston-Salem in the News
- Public Safety - Fire Department - Police Department
- Keep Winston-Salem Beautiful
- Nearby airports
- Forsyth County/Winston-Salem School System
- Shopping Malls
- Movie Theaters
Demographics from the 2010 Census, City records, State and County records