1. Independence-Day-Closures

    ACC Animal Services, Leisure Services, Solid Waste, Transit & Other Schedules for Independence Day

    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 Independence Day holiday. Read on...
  2. Public Input through July 5 on Possible Uses for Funds in Proposed Tax Allocation Districts (TADs)

    Public Input through July 5 on Possible Uses for Funds in Proposed Tax Allocation Districts (TADs)

    The increased property taxes in the TAD area, known as the tax increment, can only be used for redevelopment and improvements within the same TAD for its duration. Read on...
  3. Community Conversations with Mayor Girtz

    WATCH: Community Conversation from June 24, 2020

    Athens-Clarke County Mayor Kelly Girtz virtually discusses local COVID-19 responses with local staff and community members each week. This week’s topic is a discussion of youth and child support during this time in Athens. Read on...
  4. Ready Set Go Safely

    Athens Community Organizations Launch Ready, Set, Go Safely Campaign

    The Ready, Set, Go Safely campaign aims to restore consumer confidence for the purpose of economic recovery while prioritizing health and safety and promoting and encouraging a set of protocols, sanitation measures, and safety guidelines. Read on...
  5. Attorney&#39s Office and Board of Elections Release Memo on Commission District Six Election

    Attorney's Office & Board of Elections Release Memo Regarding Commission District Six Election

    The memo was prepared for the Board of Elections ahead of their upcoming meetings on June 16 & June 18, 2020 related to the June 9, 2020 election. The Board of Elections is scheduled to certify the results of the election at their June 18, 2020 meeting. Read on...
  6. Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update

    ACCGov Re-Opening of Some Departments, Facilities Begins Week of June 1

    The Athens-Clarke County Unified Government will begin to re-open some public spaces and offices for limited public interaction starting June 1, 2020. Additional opening procedures will take place in the coming weeks. Read on...
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