Registration is now open for the Carrollton Center for the Arts’ fall classes, workshops and programs.
“Try something new — learn to paint, dance, act or play an instrument,” said Arts Superintendent Tim Chapman. “The arts can help heal our community.”
The fall schedule includes a broad range of programming for all ages across the spectrum of arts disciplines, including visual arts, theatre, chorus and dance. The center also hosts workshops on topics like baking, working with clay and glass. Private lessons are provided in voice and a variety of instruments. Several community arts organizations like the Carrollton Artist Guild, Carrollton Writers Guild, Carroll County Community Theatre, Carroll County Community Chorus, and Carroll Symphony Orchestra programs such as the Carrollton Jazz Orchestra and Community Wind Ensemble, bring an expanded menu of programs to the center’s diverse offerings.
Participants can register for fall semester activities online at www.carrolltonarts.com, by phone by calling 770-838-1083 or in person at the center at 251 Alabama Street.
The center requires its staff, visitors, students and event attendees to wear masks and follow safety guidelines established by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention.
The Mayor and Council will hold a work session on Thursday, July 16, 2020 at 12:00pm in the 2nd Floor Conference Room of City Hall, 315 Bradley Street, Carrollton, GA.
The purpose of the Work Session is to discuss a special use permit at 401 Bankhead Hwy, discussions regarding façade color, food trucks, designated taxi locations, public comment policy, Bankhead Streetscape project, multi-family housing inspections, hotels/motels, right-of-way abandonment, millage rate, and board appointments.
The work session will be streamed via Zoom, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for the meeting ID. A summary of the work session will be posted on the City website within 48 hours after the meeting. All agenda items are for discussion, no formal vote will occur.
Anyone requiring special needs should contact Faith Pullen at City Hall at 770-830-2000 or email@example.com prior to the work session.
The Mayor and Council will hold a Special Called Meeting on Monday, July 13, 2020.
The meeting will begin at 6pm at the Carrollton Downtown Amphitheater, 119 Bradley Street, Carrollton, GA for the swearing-in of Councilmember-Elect Jacqulene Bridges. The meeting will then move to the 1st Floor Courtroom of the Public Safety Annex, 115 West Center Street, Carrollton, GA for the remainder of the agenda.
The Special Called Meeting is a rescheduled Regularly Scheduled Meeting due to the 4th of July holiday. An agenda packet will be posted Friday, July 10, 2020.
The public can view the live stream of the meeting at www.carrolltonga.com > Government > Mayor & Council > Livestream the Meeting.
The City of Carrollton hereby announces that the millage rate for the 2020 tax year will be considered for adoption at the regularly-scheduled meeting of the Mayor and City Council on August 3, 2020, at 6 pm., at 115 West Center Street, Carrollton, GA, and, as mandated by O.C.G.A. 48.5-32, do hereby publish the following presentation of the current year’s tax digest and levy along with the history of the tax digest and levy for the past five years and related explanatory information.
2020 DIGEST AND 5 YEAR HISTORY OF LEVY
City of Carrollton
Real & Personal
Less M & O Exemptions
Net M & O Digest
Gross M & O Millage
Net M & O Millage
Net Taxes Levied
Net Change $ Levied
Net Change %Levied
*Estimate provided by Tax Assessor’s Office and subject to change
The City of Carrollton’s public safety departments were awarded $38,464 by the Department of Justice’s Bureau of Justice Assistance to help combat the spread of the coronavirus.
“This grant enhances our ability to protect the citizens while reducing the risk of virus spread to our citizens and public safety personnel,” said Fire Chief Jimmy Bearden.
The city’s police and fire departments are using the grant money to purchase personal protective equipment.
“We are very thankful for this grant from the Department of Justice and the partnership we have with the Carrollton Fire Department,” said Carrollton Police Chief Joel Richards.
Emergency Supplemental Funding Program dollars can be used to pay for equipment (including law enforcement and medical personal protective equipment), supplies like protective coveralls, gloves, masks, gowns and sanitizer and addressing the medical needs of inmates in state, local, and tribal prisons, jails and detention centers.