Water Treatment Lab Honored


The Georgia Association of Water Professionals recently honored the Carrollton Water Treatment Plant’s lab for ensuring the city’s drinking water is of the highest quality. The city earned the GAWP’s Laboratory Quality Assurance/Quality Control Silver Award for a city serving 10,000-100,000 people. “This award recognizes that our state-certified lab is going above and beyond all … Continue reading Water Treatment Lab Honored

Mayor and Council November Work Session


The City of Carrollton Mayor and Council will hold a work session on Thursday, November 19, 2020 at 9 am in the 2nd Floor Conference Room of City Hall, 315 Bradley Street, Carrollton, GA.  The purpose of the Work Session is to review equipment purchases of dash cameras, stormwater projects, tow truck workman’s comp requirements, extended stay hotels/motels, … Continue reading Mayor and Council November Work Session

Christmas in Carrollton


Whether it’s an altogether magical musical performance, pictures downtown with Santa, finding a unique gift or just sharing a cup of good cheer, ’tis the season to celebrate Christmas in Carrollton! Irish Folksinger Harry O’Donoghue November 20, 2020, 7:30pmFolksinger, storyteller and songwriter, Harry O’Donoghue, tells Ireland’s story in song. Harry has shared the stage with … Continue reading Christmas in Carrollton

Lakeshore Renovations


Nearly $200,000 in needed improvements to Carrollton’s Lakeshore Pool complex included almost $70,000 in cost savings and could lead to millions in economic benefit to the community. “The renovations to the Lakeshore Natatorium made during the spring and early summer of 2020 had a profound effect on the appearance and functionality of the pool area,” … Continue reading Lakeshore Renovations

SNAP Helps First Responders Help the Community


The more information first responders have when they arrive at the scene of an emergency, the better they are able to assess the situation, leading to a more positive outcome. Carrollton Police Department’s Special Neighbor Assistance Program is an effort to identify citizens with special needs and better assist them. “Enhancing our citizens’ well-being and … Continue reading SNAP Helps First Responders Help the Community

West End Arts Market


The Carrollton Center for the Arts will kick off the gift buying season with the West End Arts Market, a one-day market for local artists, November 7, from 11am – 5pm. “With the holidays approaching, the arts center wants to give our public the opportunity to buy something original, not something that is mass produced … Continue reading West End Arts Market

Carrollton Police Car Seat Program Making an Impact in the Community


Motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death for children, ages 3-14, and research shows seven out of ten child safety seats are installed incorrectly. A program of the Carrollton Police Department is helping change those grim statistics. “Certified technicians from our Child Passenger Safety Program educate caregivers on how to properly install a … Continue reading Carrollton Police Car Seat Program Making an Impact in the Community

Trick-or-Treat ‘Mask’uerade Downtown


Bring your trick-or-treaters, ages 12 and younger, to Adamson Square on October 31, for an altogether spooktacular day. From 9-11 am, kids will “mask”uerade along a one-way, socially-distanced path through each quad, collecting their candy and goodies. Merchants will be stationed outside and will place wrapped candy in trick-or-treaters’ bags. Roving judges will recognize outstanding … Continue reading Trick-or-Treat ‘Mask’uerade Downtown

Historic Preservation Commission Meeting Rescheduled


The November 24, 2020, Historic Preservation Commission meeting has been canceled and rescheduled for Monday, November 16, 2020, at 5:30 pm.in the first floor Council Chambers, Public Safety Annex, 115 W. Center Street. If you have any questions or need additional information, please contact the Community Development Department at 770-830-2000 or by email at: estuddard@carrollton-ga.gov … Continue reading Historic Preservation Commission Meeting Rescheduled