Hilton Retires From Water Treatment Plant

Water Operator David Hilton retired May 27 from the Water Treatment Plant after 27 years with the city. “I’ve loved working with everybody,” David said. “I’ve always gotten along with everybody, people from other departments of the city. If I made any enemies, they didn’t tell me.” Hilton is from Carrollton and was a Mt. … Continue reading Hilton Retires From Water Treatment Plant

Offices Closed for MLK Day

City of Carrollton administrative offices will be closed Monday, January 17, 2022, in observance of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. All garbage will be picked up the day following your usual scheduled collection day. Visit NAACP Carroll County’s Facebook page for information about the 2022 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Parade: www.facebook.com/CarrollCountyNAACP.

Water Labs Win Awards

The laboratories at Carrollton’s Water Treatment and Wastewater Treatment plants recently won the GA Association of Water Professionals’ Laboratory Quality Assurance Award for 2021. The GAWP QA/QC awards recognize qualifying laboratories in both drinking water and wastewater facilities. Participating labs are inspected by a team of qualified individuals in several categories such as organization, equipment, … Continue reading Water Labs Win Awards

GA Cities Week

By Jonathan DorseyThe Georgia Municipal Association will celebrate cities across the state, October 3-9, during Georgia Cities Week. City government is the level of government closest to its citizens and the one that most directly impacts them on a day-to-day basis. Unlike state or federal government, the people have a wide variety of ways to … Continue reading GA Cities Week

Clearing Blighted Properties

The City of Carrollton continues to improve the appearance, property values and health of its neighborhoods by removing dilapidated, dangerous and unsightly buildings.  “Blighted structures are a burden on property owners, the surrounding neighborhood and on the city itself,” said Mayor Betty Cason. “Repairing or demolishing them creates a better environment for our residents.”  Carrollton … Continue reading Clearing Blighted Properties

Offices Closed for MLK Day

City of Carrollton administrative offices will be closed Monday, January 18, 2021, in observance of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. All garbage and recycling will be picked up the day following your usual scheduled collection day.

Carrollton Recognized as WaterFirst Community

Carrollton has been designated a WaterFirst community, making the city eligible for financial and other benefits from the state, including low-interest loans for water-related projects and resources, tools and support from the Georgia Environmental Finance Authority. Fewer than 40 cities in Georgia have earned this designation. A WaterFirst community demonstrates the local government’s commitment to … Continue reading Carrollton Recognized as WaterFirst Community

Alice Park Renovations

Two deteriorating wooden pergolas that had been in Carrollton’s Alice Park since it was built 20 years ago have been replaced with new, upgraded metal structures. “The pergolas were in bad disrepair,” said Randall Eidson, detail officer/project manager for the Carrollton Police Department. “Vines had overcome them so we cut back the vines and tore … Continue reading Alice Park Renovations