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A Touch of Elegance
Phone: 770-267-5365
Abandoned Vehicles
Phone: 706-613-3345
It is unlawful to leave a vehicle parked in one place on a public street, highway, or other Athens-Clarke County owned property for more than 48 hours. If a vehicle is reported to have been abandoned, it is first determined whether or not it has been reported stolen. If it has been reported stolen, or if its position on a roadway makes it a potential traffic hazard, the vehicle can be towed immediately. If it has not been reported stolen and is not a potential traffic hazard, then its tires will be marked. Forty-eight (48) hours later, if the marked vehicle has not been moved, it can lawfully be towed. (For vehicles on private property, see Junk Vehicles)
Absentee/Early Voting
Phone: 706-613-3150
Accident Reports - ACC Police Department
3035 Lexington Road
Athens, GA 30605
Phone: 706-613-3330
"Arrest reports may be obtained from the issuing law enforcement agency for a fee:
594 Oconee Street
Athens, GA 30601
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Phone: 706-546-8293 ext. 25 or 28
A community-based human development service agency that operates programs in a 10-county area.
Athens, GA 30601
(see: Athens Downtown Development Authority)
Addictive Diseases
Athens, GA 30601
(see: Advantage Behavioral Health Systems)
Adopt Athens
Solid Waste Department - Keep Athens-Clarke County Beautiful
Phone: 706-613-3501 ext. 312
Link: Website
Community appearance program that engages volunteer organizations to “adopt” public spaces for maintenance and beautification. Includes Adopt-A-Highway, Adopt-A-Bus Stop, Adopt-A-Stream, Adopt-A-Park, as well as neighborhood greenspaces, ACC facilities and grounds, and other public spaces.
Adoption, Child
GA Department of Human Resources Office of Adoptions
Phone: 877-210-5437 (877-210-KIDS)
Advance Voting
ACC Board of Elections
Phone: 706-613-3150
Link: website
Administered by the ACC Board of Elections, advance voting allows voters to cast ballots in person for any reason or simply for convenience beginning on the fourth Monday immediately prior to each primary or election and as soon as possible prior to a runoff. Advance voting ends on the Friday immediately prior to each primary, election, or runoff.
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