1. Community Tree Study Collecting Information on Composition & Benefits of ACC&#39s Trees

    Community Tree Study Collecting Information on Composition & Benefits of ACC's Trees

    ACCGov’s Community Forestry Program is launching a collaborative Community Tree Study to collect information on the composition and environmental benefits of ACC's trees. It begins over the next two months with a final report expected in the fall. Read on...
  2. Leaf and Limb Map

    ACC Leaf & Limb Crews will collect in Area C during the week of Monday Apr. 19 - Friday. Apr. 23

    ACC Leaf & Limb Crews will collect in Area C during the week of Monday Apr. 19 - Friday. Apr. 23 Read on...
  3. DPH Follows FDA and CDC Guidance Pausing J&J Vaccinations in Georgia

    DPH Follows FDA and CDC Guidance Pausing J&J Vaccinations in Georgia

    Following the guidance and recommendations of the Food and Drug Administration and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the Georgia Department of Public Health (DPH) is pausing J&J (Janssen) vaccinations in Georgia until further notice. Read on...
  4. Mayor and Commission Regular Session

    Video of Mayor & Commission Regular Session Online & on ACTV

    Video of the Mayor & Commission Regular Session from April 6, 2021 is available on-demand online. Read on...
  5. Sustainability Office Hosting Town Hall Meetings & Survey for Clean & Renewable Energy Campaign

    Sustainability Office Hosts Town Hall Meetings & Survey for Clean & Renewable Energy Campaign

    The ACCGov Sustainability Office, in conjunction with Southface Institute, is conducting a series of five virtual town hall meetings in April for the Clean and Renewable Energy Campaign. An online survey is also available to gather resident input. Read on...
  6. Classic Center Arena  SPLOST 2020 Project Public Engagement Sessions on April 5, April 19 & May 10

    Classic Center Arena SPLOST 2020 Project Public Engagement Sessions on April 5, April 19 & May 10

    The Classic Center is seeking input about the SPLOST 2020 Classic Center Arena project at three sessions on April 5, April 19 & May 10. The meetings will be held in-person and also streamed live and on-demand. Read on...
  7. 2021 A to Z Guide

    ACC From A to Z Guide 2021 Update Now Available in Digital & Limited Print Versions

    The 2021 revised & updated edition of the ACC Public Information Office's "ACC from A to Z: A Guide to the Athens-Clarke County Unified Government & Community Services" is now available to the public in both print and electronic formats. Read on...
  8. ACCGov Public Utilities Department Director Frank Stephens Retiring April 2, 2021

    ACCGov Public Utilities Department Director Frank Stephens Retiring April 2, 2021

    Stephens is retiring from ACCGov as of April 2, 2021 after more than 30 years of water and wastewater experience in Arkansas, Colorado, and Georgia. Hollis Terry will serve as Interim Public Utilities Director until a permanent replacement is hired. Read on...
  9. Superior Court Jury Trial Proceedings Held at Classic Center Foundry Building

    Superior Court Jury Trial Proceedings Held at Classic Center Foundry Building

    Until further notice, all jury trial proceedings for Superior Court will be conducted at the Classic Center in the Foundry building. Read on...
  10. Transit Fare-Free Through June 30, 2021

    Transit Remaining Fare-Free through June 30, 2021

    At their Regular Session meeting on January 6, 2021, the Athens-Clarke County Mayor and Commission unanimously agreed to continue fare-free transit for passengers through June 30, 2021. Read on...
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