1. Thanksgiving Holiday changes

    ACCGov Animal Services, Leisure Services, Solid Waste, Transit & Other Schedules for Thanksgiving

    Animal Services operations, Leisure Services parks and facilities, Solid Waste collection schedules, Transit operations, and general ACC administrative offices will have changes due to the Thanksgiving holiday. Read on...
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    WATCH: Snapshot Six - May 2020

    The monthly Snapshot provides a look at some of the activities undertaken by the Unified Government to further the Mayor and Commission's six strategic commitments to the citizens of Athens-Clarke County. Read on...
  3. District Attorney Runoff Election Remains on Dec. 1 with Statewide & Federal Runoff on Jan. 5, 2021

    District Attorney Runoff Election Remains on Dec. 1 with Statewide & Federal Runoff on Jan. 5, 2021

    The Georgia Secretary of State’s Office has notified the ACCGov Elections Office that the District Attorney Special Election runoff scheduled for Dec. 1, 2020 will remain on that date as scheduled. The statewide runoff has been moved to Jan. 5, 2021. Read on...
  4. Public Notice: Dates & Times for Processing Absentee Ballots for Dec. 1 State & Local General Runoff

    Public Notice: Dates & Times for Processing Absentee Ballots for Dec. 1 Runoff

    This notice is to inform Athens-Clarke County residents that the Athens-Clarke County Board of Elections will begin processing absentee ballots cast in the December 1, 2020 District Attorney Runoff. Read on...
  5. Residents Sought for Two Positions on Community Tree Council by Dec. 6

    Community Tree Council Seeks Residents for Two Open Positions by Dec. 6

    The CTC provides information and recommendations on community tree policy and procedures to ACCGov officials, staff, and the public. It also offers educational opportunities and activities promoting responsible management of community tree resources. Read on...
  6. Assistant Manager Deborah Lonon Accepts Position of Commissioner of Grants Management for City of At

    Assistant Manager Deborah Lonon Accepts Position of Commissioner of Grants Management for Atlanta

    ACCGov Assistant Manager Deborah Lonon has announced her resignation effective November 27 to accept the position of Commissioner of Grants Management with the City of Atlanta. Read on...
  7. Call for Public Art: Oconee Rivers Greenway Network Connectors

    Athens Cultural Affairs Commission Call for Public Art - Greenway Network Connectors

    The Athens Cultural Affairs Commission (ACAC) invites professional artists to submit a proposal and images of a public art concept for the Oconee Rivers Greenway (ORG) trail construction project in Athens, Georgia. Read on...
  8. College Square Closes to Vehicles for Six-Month Pedestrian & Dining Plaza Pilot Project

    College Square Closes to Vehicles for Six-Month Pedestrian & Dining Plaza Pilot Project

    College Avenue between East Clayton Street and East Broad Street, commonly known as College Square, is closed to vehicles as of Thursday, October 8 for a six-month pedestrian and dining plaza pilot project. Read on...
  9. ACCGov to Purchase Rock Hill Quarry in Athens for Long-Term Water Storage

    ACCGov to Purchase Rock Hill Quarry in Athens for Long-Term Water Storage

    ACCGov has agreed to purchase the Rock Hill Quarry in Athens for long-term water storage for drought resilience. Once completed in FY2034, it is expected to hold between 4-5 billion gallons of water. Read on...
  10. Coronavirus COVID-19 Update - Mayor & Commission

    Athens CARES Funding of $6.6 Million

    On August 11, 2020, the ACCGov Mayor and Commission authorized the execution of the Coronavirus Relief Fund terms and conditions agreement and disbursement of $5.29 million funds for a variety of community services through December 30, 2020. Read on...
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