Join us for the annual McIntosh Reserve Easter Egg Hunt on April 19, 2014 from 12-3pm for kids 12 and under and special needs children. There will be inflatable bouncers, face painting, food and music and a visit from the Easter Bunny! For more information, please see the attached flyer - McIntosh Reserve Easter
VOTER REGISTRATION DEADLINE FOR THE MAY 20 PRIMARY IS JUST 10 DAYS AWAY!- April 21!
Now you can register quickly and easily Online! Even if you think you are already registered- you can check your status or polling location to be ready for Election day! Online voter registration, as well a mobile application that both enables online registration and has all the capabilities of the “My Voter Page” is now available. Georgia citizens will need a valid Georgia driver’s license or identification card to use the online voter registration system. Counties will receive and process online registrations electronically. Less paper is more efficient, saving time and money.
The “My Voter Page” gives Georgia voters the opportunity to view their specific sample ballot, find their early voting and election day polling locations, check their voter registration status and track the status of their absentee ballot. Now all of this information will be available on mobile devices through the Apple and Android platforms. To access the apps, search for “GA Votes” in the app store.
Please pardon our progress!
The Carroll County Roads Department will be closing the 400 block of Thomas Wilson Road on April 21, 2014 through April 25, 2014 to repair the bridge. The Roads Department anticipates this project taking no more than five days to complete, weather permitting. Detour routes will be Bonner Goldmine Road or State Route 5 to State Route 27. The road will be re-opened to residents prior to leaving the site on April 25th.
If you have any questions, please call the Carroll County Roads Department at 770-830-5901.
Thank you for your cooperation!
Carroll County Public Works
With Earth Day coming up next week on April 22nd, it is a good time to think about recycling. Carroll County Government offers its residents many recycling options at its Convenience Centers - aluminum, tin, plastic bottles (with a 1 or 2 on the bottom), mixed paper, office paper (Lovvorn Rd location only), and glass. Instead of tossing those items in the garbage, consider setting them aside and recycling them, so that the soft drink bottle you consumed at lunch doesn’t last a lifetime in a landfill.
For more information about recycling at Carroll County Convenience Centers, please check out the following:
The Convenience Centers are operated by the Carroll County Public Works Department.