Public Information Office

  1. Community Tree Study Collecting Information on Composition & Benefits of ACC's Trees

    ACCGov’s Community Forestry Program is launching a collaborative Community Tree Study to collect information on the composition and environmental benefits of ACC's trees. It begins over the next two months with a final report expected in the fall. Read on...
  2. Sustainability Office Hosts Town Hall Meetings & Survey for Clean & Renewable Energy Campaign

    The ACCGov Sustainability Office, in conjunction with Southface Institute, is conducting a series of five virtual town hall meetings in April for the Clean and Renewable Energy Campaign. An online survey is also available to gather resident input. Read on...
  3. Classic Center Arena SPLOST 2020 Project Public Engagement Sessions on April 5, April 19 & May 10

    The Classic Center is seeking input about the SPLOST 2020 Classic Center Arena project at three sessions on April 5, April 19 & May 10. The meetings will be held in-person and also streamed live and on-demand. Read on...
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What we do

The Public Information Office communicates clearly and openly to the residents of Athens-Clarke County about the government’s goals, activities, and services. The office was established in 1997.

The Public Information Office manages and maintains ACTV, the Athens-Clarke County Unified Government’s informational TV channel. ACTV airs on Charter Communication Channel 180 and streams online at www.accgov.com/actv.

The office also:

  • Produces the monthly ACCent employee newsletter 
  • Produces the annual ACC from A to Z resident guide to Athens-Clarke County services
  • Works with media outlets regarding Athens-Clarke County Unified Government activities
  • Hosts special events.
  • Fields citizen questions and concerns.