ACC from A to Z

The 2022 revised and updated edition of the Athens-Clarke County Public Information Office’s ACC from A to Z: A Guide to the Athens-Clarke County Unified Government and Community Services is now available to the public. The guide contains contact information and descriptions for over 700 entries related to government programs and services, as well as community organizations.

Download ACC from A to Z (PDF)

Arranged alphabetically by subject, the guide has been produced for over a decade by the Public Information Office based largely on the kinds of questions that the office regularly receives by phone, email, or social media. Information in the guide is reviewed and revised annually for accuracy.

Printed copies, while supplies last, are currently available at the following locations:

  • Multimodal Transportation Center publication racks under outdoor covered area
  • Courthouse publication rack (inside Hancock Avenue entrance)
  • Downtown publication racks
  • City Hall / Public Information Office

Along with the A to Z subject listings, the guide also includes:

  • contact information for local, state, and federal elected officials who represent Athens-Clarke County;
  • Athens-Clarke County By the Numbers, a summary of demographic, historical, and financial data about the community and the Unified Government;
  • an organizational overview of the Athens-Clarke County Unified Government;
  • a Commission district map;
  • a visual guide of recyclable materials accepted by the Athens-Clarke County Solid Waste Department;
  • a general outdoor water use schedule;
  • a broadcast schedule for ACTV Cable Channel 180 (Charter) and Mayor and Commission meetings;
  • a list of common government acronyms;
  • important contact numbers;
  • selected ordinances; and
  • a leaf and limb collection zone map.

The cover for the 2022 edition of the ACC from A to Z Guide features artwork of the City Hall dome created by local artist Jared Brown. Jared is self-taught and works in a variety of brightly colored media. His work has appeared in galleries and publications throughout the country.

The cover artwork is the sixth in the annual Athens Artist Cover Series versions of the ACC from A to Z Guide to showcase a different local artist’s interpretation of City Hall in their respective media. Covers for previous editions were created by watercolor artist Jamie Calkin, mosaic artist Randy Sanders of Corazon Mosaics, embroidery artist Rachel Winters of Flora Embroidery, chalk artist Marvella Castaneda, and confectionary artist Ashley King. 

For more information, contact the Athens-Clarke County Public Information Office at 706-613-3795 or info@accgov.com.