The Coweta County Fire Department receives American Heart Association's Mission: Lifeline EMS Recognition Award
06/14/2017 2:11 PM
The U.S. Census Bureau places Coweta County's 2016 population over 140,000
06/14/2017 2:01 PM
2018 Proposed Budget documents are available for review from our Finance Department
06/14/2017 1:45 PM
Joing forces with FAST-ED and Coverdell Stroke Registry is making Coweta A Leader in Stroke Treatment
Road maintenance 2017 began May 1 with Smith Road
At the March 21st meeting, the Coweta County Board of Commissioners unanimously approved the needed paperwork to begin revaluation of approximately 54,000 residential and agricultural parcels.
Early Voting for the March 21, 2017 special election runs Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m.'til 4:30 p.m. through Friday, March 17, 2017. There will be one Saturday during early voting for the March 21, 2017 election and that is March 11, 2017. Hours: 9:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. Early voting is available at two locations: the Voter Registration office, 22 East Broad Street, and the East Side Advance Voting Site, 65 Literary Lane.
Job fair at Variety Wholesalers, 60 Herring Road, March 1st
02/20/2017 9:30 AM
The Coweta County Board of Commissioners has elected to sell 5 surplus properties acquired by virtue of tax deed for failure to pay taxes. The County has held some of these surplus properties for more than 10 years. It has determined that it is in the best interests of the citizens to sell the properties in a timely manner to return them to private citizens and back on the tax digest.
The Region 4 EMS Council has honored Coweta EMS with two awards
The Coweta County Commission on Dec. 20 adopted a resolution asking the General Assembly to pass local legislation that would lead to the creation of Community Improvement Districts (CID) in the county.
Elite Comfort Solutions LLC, formerly Elite Foam, announced Tuesday that its board of directors has selected Chris Chrisafides as its chief executive officer.
The Coweta County Board of Commissioners officially adopted the 2017 meeting schedule at the January 5th meeting.
Coweta County and the Coweta County Hospital Authority are partnering with Pathways to build new mental health facilities for children and adults in Coweta. A 30-bed adult unit and 12-bed child and adolescent unit will be built on land owned by Coweta County, adjacent to the health department building on Hospital Road in Newnan. The new units will replace Pathways’ existing facilities in LaGrange and Meriwether Counties. The Coweta County Board of Commissioners voted at their meeting on January 5th to approve a memorandum of understanding with the hospital authority to provide up to $5.5 million in funding to build the facilities. Coweta County staff will provide project management services which include bidding out the project and construction oversight. The hospital authority manages the proceeds from the 1982 sale of Coweta General Hospital and the funding is coming from those proceeds. The authority will lease the facilities to Pathways over a 20-year period with
The Georgia Department of Labor and Goodwill Industries will host a job fair at Variety Wholesalers, located at 60 Herring Road, on Tuesday, January 10th.
The Board of Assessors has approved the meeting dates for the remainder of the calendar year 2017.
If you were planning to attend the January 5 meeting of the Board of Zoning Appeals (BOZA) concerning for the 14 variance requests by CRG-Bridgeport LLC for property at HWY 29 and I-85 (ZA 046-16), the owner has requested by letter that any discussion of the variances be postponed until the BOZA meeting of February 23. You are still welcome to attend tomorrow's meeting, however, this request will be moved to the February meeting date.
Coweta County offices will be closed Monday, January 2, 2017 for New Years.
Coweta County turned 190 on Sunday, December 11, 2016
During the past two weeks Coweta County has received approximately six (6) inches of rain. This has been beneficial rains that have significantly decreased the threat of wild fires in our region. At this time the Coweta County Fire Rescue Department believes the threat of fire has been reduced to a safe level, thus prompting the decision to release all outdoor burn restrictions. This includes outdoor recreational and yard debris burning.