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1 Commissioner Marvin Arrington, Jr. hosts 5th Annual It Takes A Village Back to School Giveaway
2 Commissioner Marvin Arrington, Jr. hosts District Dialogues to discuss tax assessments
3 Fulton County Continuum of Care Schedules Board Meeting
4 Fulton County Senior Facilities to Host MARTA Pop-Up Breeze Card Locations
5 Fulton County Commissioners Approve Funds to Close Opportunity Gap for Young Men of Color
6 Fulton Board of Commissioners Proposes Millage Rate Rollback
7 Commissioner Natalie Hall appointed to serve on the Atlanta City Detention Center Task Force
8 Fulton County Commissioners Proceed with “Single-Use Plastics” Reduction
9 Abandoned Motor Vehicles Informational Session
10 Fulton County BRE Regular Meeting Notice for July 2019
11 Fulton County to hold 2nd animal shelter community meeting
12 Fulton County unanimously reappoints Cooney as chair of Registration and Elections
13 Commissioner Arrington Meets with Citizens for District Dialogues
14 2019 Assessment Notices Issued to Property Owners
15 Commissioner Hall serves as Grand Marshall of Juneteenth Atlanta Parade and Music Festival
16 Fulton Commissioner Natalie Hall Selected for National County Leadership Institute
17 Fulton Commissioner Natalie Hall Named 2019 Woman of Distinction in Public Service
18 Fulton Commissioner Natalie Hall Earns County Commissioner Certification
19 Fulton County Summer Interns Prepare for Work
20 Fulton commissioners pass county's first sustainability plan
21 Fulton County Kicks Off Community Meetings for Animal Shelter Study
22 Fulton County sets animal welfare hearing board for Wednesday, May 29, 2019
23 Commissioner Hall gives proclamation in honor of Washington Park centennial
24 Fulton County Board of Commissioners set Qualifying Fee for Special Election to fill Commission District 6 Seat
25 Continuum of Care Homelessness Board to Hold Emergency Meeting
26 The Honorable Judge Gail S. Tusan Selected as Recipient of Judicial Excellence Award
27 In Memory of Fulton County Commissioner Emma I. Darnell
28 Postponed Until Further Notice -Opioid Coordinator Addresses Dangers Related to Prescription Drugs and Opioids
29 Fulton County Commissioners Show Their Support for Mental Health Awareness
30 Fulton County Commissioners Recognize May as Older Americans Month
31 Commissioner Natalie Hall’s Conference for Graduating Male Seniors Ends with an Air of Optimism
32 Tax Commissioners Warn Drivers to Renew May Tags Early
33 Commissioner Arrington to Host His Annual “Family Fun Day”
34 Fulton County Provides Home Ownership Opportunities
35 Fulton County BOA To Hold Special Called Meeting on April 24
36 Fulton County Commissioners Vote to Phase out “Single-Use Plastics”
37 Canadian Produce Company to Expand in Fulton County
38 Fulton County Invites the Community to Census Count Planning Kick-off Session
39 Fulton to Open One Early Voting Site for City of Atlanta Council District 3 Runoff
40 Wolf Creek Amphitheater to Launch 2019 Season
41 Fulton County Urban Redevelopment Agency Meeting Notice
42 Public Invited to Public Hearing Regarding Proposed Fee Changes for Wolf Creek Amphitheater
43 Fulton County to restore historic courthouse
44 Arts & Culture to Present the Latin Music Sensation Cimafunk
45 PVH Corp. to Create 575 Jobs, Invest $77.6 Million In Fulton County
46 POP Displays USA, LLC To Create 280 Jobs, Invest $7.9 Million in Fulton County
47 Text 4 Help Expands to All Fulton County High Schools
48 Fulton County Department Of Arts & Culture Announces Funding for The Small Arts Project And Individual Artist Category
49 Fulton County Commissioners Approve Anti-Vaping Legislation
50 Fulton County Board of Assessors meeting changes for 2019
51 Fulton County to hold public meeting on Big Creek water facility project
52 March is Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Month
53 Atlanta DWM Issues a Boil Water Advisory for South Fulton County Residents and Businesses
54 WorkSource Fulton Site Closure
55 Fulton County Homestead Exemption Deadline is April 1
56 Commissioners Award 82 Community Service Contracts
57 Board of Commissioners Meeting Happening Today
58 Fulton County Citizens University Registration Opens
59 Commissioner Arrington to host 2019 Black History Film Festival
60 Senior Services Brings Attention to Nutrition and Food Deserts
61 Seniors at H.J.C. Bowden download Medicare’s “What’s Covered” App
62 Board of Commissioners Approves 2019 Budget
63 Fulton County Department of Senior Services to Honor Dorothy C. Benson
64 Fulton County infrastructure chief earns facilities management award
65 Lee Morris Elected Fulton County Commission Vice Chairman
66 Fulton County Unveils First New Branding in 30 Years
67 Fulton County Offices Closed December 31 & January 1
68 Fulton County Manager Announces New Leadership for 3 Key Departments
69 Fulton County Property Owners will Benefit from New Property Tax Relief Measures in 2019
70 Modified Hours for Probate Court at South Fulton Service Center
71 Give Your Input on Fulton County Proposed 2019 Budget
72 Darnell Seniors and Staff Celebrate 20th Anniversary with Service
73 Fulton County to Host Public Hearings on FY 2019 Budget
74 Boil Water Advisory Lifted - Water is Safe to Drink
75 Commissioner Arrington to kick off annual Dads, Daughters & Dolls Plus Sons Drive
76 Harriett G. Darnell Senior Multipurpose Facility Observes 20 Years of Service
77 Join the More MARTA Atlanta Community Conversations
78 Notice of Public Hearing - Senior Services, Adult Daycare Program Fee Announcement
79 HIV/AIDS Prevention, Care and Policy Advisory Committee to Meet at 5 p.m. on Thursday, November 15
80 Fulton County BRE to Certify Election Results on Tuesday, November 13
81 Fulton County BRE Regular Meeting Notice for November 2018
82 Fulton County commissioners recognize environmental award winners
83 Commissioner Arrington To Host “2018 Georgia HOA Boot Camp”
84 "Tuskegee Heirs: Heroes Within"
85 Georgia Tapped By Site Selection as Number 1 State For Business For Sixth Consecutive Year
86 Commissioner Arrington Reaches Out to Those in Need with “Blanket Atlanta With Love”
87 Commissioner Natalie Hall Hosts Youth Conference
88 Fulton County Names Alton Adams As Deputy Chief Operating Officer for Public Safety
89 Fulton County Commissioner Hausmann Joins White House Forum on Innovative Workforce Training Programs for Today’s Industries
90 Benson Senior Facility Aquabikes a First for Georgia
91 Fulton County Police Make Arrest in Cold Case Murder of Lorrie Ann Smith
92 Vice Chairman Ellis and Fulton County Schools Kick Off Text 4 Help
93 Fulton Seniors Can Apply for Energy Assistance
94 Early Voting in Fulton County set to break record
95 Fulton County’s Department of Community Development Seeks Citizen Comments on the 2019 Draft Action Plan and Releases the 2019 Community Development Block Grant Application
96 Fulton County Reminds Residents of Final Weekend Voting Times and Locations
97 Fulton County BOC Approves GeoAg Phase II Program
98 Seniors Learn How to Spot Cyber Scams
99 Fulton County Recognized for Support of Community Center Upgrades
100 Fulton Board Approves Extension for Transportation Employees Transitioning to City of South Fulton
101 Over 10.5K ballots cast on first day of Early Voting in Fulton County
102 Fulton County HIV/AIDS Prevention, Care and Policy Advisory Committee Inaugural Meeting
103 Fulton County Posts Ballots for 2018 General and Special Election
104 Select Fulton to Co-Host Regional Industry Summit
105 Fulton County Announces Early Voting Locations
106 Fulton County Names Dr. Jesse Harris as Clerk to the Commission
107 Fulton County Board of Commissioners Approve $75,000 for Free Senior Art Classes
108 Commissioners Approve Additional Roswell Library Renovations
109 Voters Can Request an Absentee Ballot Now for November Election
110 Fulton County Homeless Continuum of Care FY2018 Continuum of Care Application and Priority Listing Posted for Review
111 Commissioner Hall to Host 2nd Annual Joan P. Garner Walk & Health Fair
112 Fulton County adds portable 911 capabilities
113 Fulton County Names Deputy Chief Operating Officers
114 Commissioners Arrington and Hall to Host Screening of “90 Days”
115 Voter Registration Deadline is Tuesday, October 9 2018 for November General Election
116 Department of Arts & Culture Announces 2019 Funding Deadline
117 Fulton County Recruits Inspire Brands, Creating 1,100 Jobs
118 Body Worn Cameras are coming soon to the Fulton County Marshal’s Department and the Fulton County Sheriff’s Office
119 Fulton County to Add Additional Tag Renewal Kiosks in Atlanta
120 Fulton County commissioners approve $44.2M contract for Central Library renovations
121 Commissioner Arrington to Host “It Takes A Village” School Supply Giveaway
122 County Solicitor General Announces ‘Back to School’ Record Expungement Summit
123 Fulton County Continuum of Care Concludes the Local Application Process
124 Anna Roach Named as Fulton County Chief Operating Officer
125 Commissioner Arrington to Hear Citizen Concerns In District Dialogues
126 Fulton County Reduces Millage Rate
127 Notice of Property Tax Increase
128 Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities Begins Partnership with the Chattahoochee Nature Center
129 Hausmann Appointed as Vice Chairman of National Transit Subcommittee
130 District 4 Commissioner Natalie Hall Partners with The Basketball Tournament (TBT) for ‘Day of Giving’
131 Fulton County Medical Examiner’s Office and Emory University Conduct Suicide Survey
132 Fulton County Emergency Services Launches Text to 9-1-1
133 South Fulton Career Center Closed Until Further Notice
134 Required Press Release Announcing a Proposed Property Tax Increase
135 Fulton Posts Ballots for July 2 – July 20, 2018 Early Voting General Primary/Nonpartisan and Special Election Runoff
136 Behavioral Health to Celebrate Opening of Adult Services at the South Fulton Service Center
137 Ride Sharing Services Continue for Fulton County Seniors
138 Fulton County BOC Recognizes Georgia Teacher of the Year
139 Fulton to Open 12 Early Voting Sites July 2 – July 20, 2018 for Runoff
140 Closing Dates for Group 1 Libraries Announced
141 Fulton County to Host Disability Awareness Expo 2018
142 Fulton Officials Welcome Governor’s Transit Funding Announcement
143 Ryan White Fund Receives a Grant Funding Increase of over $800,000
144 Opioid Crisis Forum Scheduled June 26, 2018 in Roswell
145 Fulton County Commissioners Approve Employment Partnership for Seniors with AARP Foundation
146 WorkSource Fulton to Hire Veterans in Collaboration with Veterans Home & Business Services
147 Fulton County Commissioners Vote In Favor of Changes to Marijuana Possession Law
148 Commissioner Arrington To Host 2018 “Write to Rise” Young Writers Workshop
149 Fulton County Manager Names Lynnette Allen As Fulton County Opioid Coordinator
150 Election Results - May 22, 2018
151 Fulton County Arts & Culture Receives National Endowment for the Arts Grant
152 Fulton County Chairman Pitts to Give 2018 State of the County Address
153 Commissioner Emma Darnell to Convene Public Hearing on Fulton County Services
154 Senior Multipurpose Facilities to Host Annual Artist Crawl
155 Buckhead Library Re-Opens to Patrons and Voters
156 Sewer Repair Temporarily Closes Buckhead Library
157 Fulton County Vice-Chairman Bob Ellis to Host “Commissioner Conversations”
158 Upcoming Forum Focuses on Recovery of Our Community in the Midst of an Opioid Epidemic
159 Special Called Meeting Notice: Fulton County Facilities Corp.
160 Residents Report More Than 80 Percent Satisfaction with Fulton Services
161 Fulton County Commissioner Liz Hausmann to hold Town Hall Meeting to discuss Property Assessments
162 Fulton County Arts and Culture Celebrates DANCE WEEK 2018
163 Early Voting Begins April 30th in Fulton County
164 “Living Out Loud” Making Noise in South Fulton Arts Centers
165 Fulton County Commission Chairman Robb Pitts continues to hold Public Meetings to discuss Homestead Exemptions
166 Fulton County Celebrates Citizens with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
167 Fulton Commissioners Express Support for Firearm Restrictions
168 Fulton County to Qualify Republican Candidates for 2018 Elections
169 WorkSource Fulton Offers Short-Term Training for High Demand Careers
170 Accreditation Assessment Team Invites Public Comment
171 Developmental Disabilities and Arts & Culture to Host “CREATIVE LIKE ME” Exhibit
172 Commissioners Award Community Service Contracts to 72 Organizations
173 Fulton County homeowners encouraged to take advantage of Homestead Exemptions for property tax relief
174 Commissioner Marvin Arrington, Jr. to Host 2018 Black History Film Festival
175 Fulton County and Union City Officially Reopen Etris Senior Center
176 UPDATE: Sewer Line Repair in Sandy Springs
177 Fulton County Crews Working to Repair Sewer Line in Sandy Springs
178 Voter Registration is Open
179 Commissioner Liz Hausmann Appointed to State Workforce Development Board
180 Fulton County Commissioners Change Process for Selecting Vice-Chairman
181 UPDATE: Alpharetta Library Reopens
182 Fulton County Board of Commissioners Supports Including Public Transit Funding in Federal Infrastructure Package
183 Fulton County Commissioners Change Process for Selecting Vice-Chairman
184 Fulton County Commissioner Marvin S. Arrington Jr. Leads Support for New Property Owner Protection Legislation
185 Small Number of Water Customers Experienced Billing Issue
186 Flu Shot Available at 6 Fulton County Board of Health Centers
187 Fulton County Government Offices to Reopen Friday - Tonight's Transit Study Meeting Rescheduled
188 Solicitor General Keith E. Gammage to Host Record Expungement Event
189 Fulton County to Host Homeowner Rehabilitation and General Contractor Workshops
190 Fulton County Swears in New Chairman and District 4 Commissioner
191 Fulton County Government Achieves Behavioral Health Care Accreditation from the Joint Commission
192 Fulton County Transit Expansion Options Revealed at Meeting of County Officials
193 Behavioral Health to Begin New Service Delivery Plan in January
194 Fulton County Fire Rescue provide winter safety tips
195 Bethlehem at Birdine Senior Center Reopens with a Celebratory Ribbon Cutting
196 Statement - Jail Medical Contract
197 Commissioner Arrington to Kick-Off Dads, Daughters & Dolls Drive
198 Fulton County Police Chief Gary Stiles Announces Retirement
199 Fulton County BRE Certified Recount of Returns for City of Atlanta General and Special Election
200 Correction Notice: Request for the Release of Funds and Notice of No Significant Impact
201 Fulton County Tax Commissioner Issues 2017 Tax Bills
202 Department of Arts & Culture Announces 2018 Funding Deadline
203 Call For Applications for Peer Review Arts Funding Panels
204 Fulton County Statement on Temporary Collection Order
205 Election Day Voters in Fulton County encouraged to Review Ballots and Verify Polling Place before Heading to the Polls on November 7th
206 Commissioner Arrington Reaches Out to Area Homeless with “Blanket Atlanta With Love” Drive
207 Time Change for Fulton County Board of Assessors November Meeting
208 Fulton County Files Petition for an Order Authorizing the Immediate and Temporary Collection of Taxes
209 Fulton County Urges Election Day Voters to Verify their Polling Place
210 Fulton County Early Voting Polls Open Saturday, October 28th and Sunday, October 29th
211 Fulton County Commissioners Approve Additional Doses of Anti-Overdose Drug
212 Fulton BOC Recognizes Environmental Award Winners
213 Free Disposal of Bulk Waste Available to South Fulton Citizens on November 4
214 Fulton County Posts Ballots for 2017 Municipal General and Special Election
215 Fulton Commissioners Make Joan P. Garner Walk & Health Fair an Annual Event
216 Notice of Public Hearing for Proposed Fee Change - Commercial Filming
217 Early Voting begins October 16th in Fulton County for the November 7th Municipal General and Special Elections
218 Fulton County Homeless Continuum of Care Posts the FY2017 Continuum of Care Application
219 Notice of Funding Availability Continuum of Care Program
220 Fulton Board of Health Offers FREE “Stop Smoking” Classes in October
221 Fulton Board of Health Offers Classes on Properly Securing Kids in Car and Booster Seats and Seat Belts
222 Traffic Alert for Area Around Fulton County Courthouse and Government Center
223 Fulton County Offers Traffic Ticket Amnesty Program to Reinstate Drivers
224 Fulton County Commissioners Approve State of Emergency Declaration
225 Fulton County Public Works Update on Road Closures in South Fulton County
226 Fulton County Provides Means to Report Road Hazards
227 Audit Committee to meet on September 14
228 Fulton County Adopts Reduced 2017 Millage Rate
229 Commissioner Joan P. Garner To Be Remembered with Walk and Health Fair
230 Fulton County Advertises Proposed 2017 Millage Rate
231 Comments Sought on Fulton County 2017 Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant Proposal
232 Fulton County to Host Film and Entertainment Industry Open House
233 Ellis to Serve as Interim Chairman Following Eaves' Resignation
234 Public Works Crews to Make Repairs in Roswell
235 ASOS to create more than 1,600 jobs, invest $40 million in Fulton County
236 Johns Creek Reuse Water Main Update
237 Fulton County Board of Assessors August Meetings Canceled
238 Fulton Board of Health Convenes Quarterly Meeting July 26, 2017
239 Fulton County Back-to-School Rush Underway through August 31
240 Fulton Commission Unanimously Adopts Opioid Misuse & Abuse Prevention Plan
241 Fulton County and the Atlanta Hawks to Unveil Renovated Creel Park Courts
242 Summer Farmer's Markets Open at 5 Fulton Health Centers
243 Fulton County Board of Assessors July 6th Meeting Canceled
244 Fulton County sends over 45k confirmation notices to voters
245 Human Trafficking Hotline Notice
246 Fulton County Board of Assessors to Hold Special Called Meeting Wednesday, June 28, at 10:30 a.m.
247 Crews To Install Overhead Protection Scaffolding Along Fulton County Courthouse
248 We Want Your Input on the Library Renovation Project
249 Fulton County Board of Commissioners Takes Steps to Correct 2017 Tax Digest
250 Fulton County Transit Master Plan Public Information and Input Meetings
251 Fulton County Board of Assessors Provides Direction on Next Steps for 2017 Property Assessments
252 Commissioners Approve Community Partnership to Assist At-Risk Youth
253 Community Meetings Regarding Fulton County Tax Assessments
254 Fulton Residents Have Until July 10 to Appeal Assessments
255 Commissioner Hausmann Named to House Commission on Transit Governance and Funding
256 12 Polling Locations to Change in Fulton County for June 20th Runoff Election
257 Fulton County 2017 Assessment Notices Issued
258 Brigitte Bailey Named as Fulton County Director of Customer Experience & Solutions
259 Commissioner Arrington To Host “Write to Rise” Young Writers Workshop
260 Youth Commissioners Plant Redbud Tree in Memory ofCommissioner Joan P. Garner
261 Benson Participants Enjoy an “Evening of the Arts”
262 Fulton Opens Six Early Voting Sites for Congressional District 6 Runoff Special Election
263 Harriett G. Darnell Seniors Celebrate “Queens and Their Chapeaus”
264 UPDATE: New Voter Registration Deadline for 6th Congressional District Runoff
265 Fulton County to Break Ground on Major Infrastructure Expansion
266 Fulton County Board of Health Holds Inaugural Meeting May 10
267 Fulton County Board of Commissioners Elect Commissioner Bob Ellis Vice Chairman
268 Fulton County Audit Committee to Meet
269 WorkSource Fulton to Host Job Fair in Honor of the Late Vice Chair Joan P. Garner, District 4
270 Early Voting for State Senate District 32 Runoff Begins SATURDAY, May 6th
271 Adredge Health Center Now Closed -- New Fulton County Public Health at 10 Park Place Opens in May
272 Fulton County to Comply with State-issued Burn Ban
273 Fulton County Public Works to Hold Public Hearings on Water/ Sewer Rates
274 Fulton County Commissioner Liz Hausmann Named to National Transportation Board
275 In Memory of Vice Chair Joan P. Garner
276 Dr. Pamela Roshell Named as Fulton County Director of Aging & Youth Services
277 South Fulton Citizens Can Take Advantage of Free Disposal of
278 Fulton County Chairman John Eaves Seeks Options for Traffic Relief
279 Fulton County Vital Records Closing March 30 to Relocate
280 March 21, 2017 Special Elections
281 Fulton County Commissioners Approve Contracts for Vital Community Services
282 Jefferson Place Open as a Warming Center
283 Fulton County Youth Commissioners Kickoff “Not Even Once” Drug Prevention Tour
284 Fulton County to Dedicate Pavilion in Memory of Commissioner Bob Fulton
285 Fulton County Seeks Requests for Proposals for HUD HOME Set-Aside Community Housing Development Funds
286 Fulton County Commissioners Support Crackdown on Human Trafficking
287 Fulton County, Juma Ventures and JPMorgan Chase & Co. Celebrate Donation to Support Youth Employment
288 Every Drop Counts
289 Tax Commissioner Opens New Alpharetta Office
290 LaTrina Foster Named as Fulton County’s Director of Behavioral Health & Developmental Disabilities
291 Fulton Offices Closed February 20
292 Fulton County Government Center Re-Opens Public Outdoor Terraces and New Atrium Lounge
293 Fulton County Welcomes WestRock to Sandy Springs, GA
294 Commissioner Marvin Arrington, Jr. to Host Black History Film Festival
295 Fulton County Parks and Recreation to Begin Spring Break Camp Registration
296 Notice of Regular Meeting - Audit Committee
297 Memorial Arrangements - Judge Willie Lovett
298 Volunteers Prepare for the 2017 Point In Time Count
299 Fulton County Welcomes Sonoco Packaging and Display
300 Fulton County Commissioners Approve Plan Addressing Juvenile Crime
301 Commissioners Approve Funds for 2017Justice Reinvestment Proposal
302 State of the County 2017
303 Fulton County Commissioners to Honor Efforts of 2016 Falcons
304 Fulton County Commissioners Arrington and Darnell Host Public Safety Town Hall Meeting
305 Fulton County Chairman to Give State of the County Address on January 19, 2017
306 Fulton County Board of Commissioners Elect Commissioner Joan P. Garner as the Vice Chair
307 Health Insurance Navigators at 5 Fulton Health Centers to Guide Residents with ACA Sign-up. Enrollment Deadline: January 31
308 Garner and Darnell Sworn in as Fulton County Commissioners
309 Jefferson Place Opens Tonight as Warming Site
310 Fulton County to Break Ground on New Wolf Creek Multi-Use Trail
311 FULTON COUNTY FACILITIES TO RE-OPEN ON MONDAY, JANUARY 9
312 Fulton County Advises Not to Travel This Evening
313 Fulton County Opens Short-term Warming Stations
314 Atlanta-Fulton County Emergency Management Agency Urges Residents to Prepare for Winter Weather
315 Fulton County Office of Aging Encourages Seniors to Be Ready for Potential Winter Inclement Weather
316 Fulton County Provides Winter Weather Checklists to Assist Residents with Preparations
317 Fulton County Cooperative Extension Offers Shopping Suggestions for Preparing Meals when the Power Goes Out
318 Fulton County Commissioners Approve Plan Targeting Safety at Area Gas Stations
319 South Fulton Residents Invited to Have Coffee With A Cop
320 HOLIDAY CLOSING SCHEDULE
321 Fulton Board Approves 100% Freeport Exemption for E-Commerce
322 Fulton County Youth Commissioners Host Children’s Toy Giveaway
323 Fulton County Registration Elections Honored with 2016 Civic Impact Award
324 Fulton County Board of Commissioners Approves New Operational Model for Wolf Creek Amphitheater
325 Fulton County Board to Hold Special Called Meeting in South Fulton on Monday, December 12
326 Fulton County Fire Rescue provide heating tips for a safe winter season
327 Fulton County residents encouraged to take precautions when using space heaters
328 Commissioner Joan P. Garner Presents Proclamations to Retiring Judges
329 World AIDS Day Observed December 1 -- FREE HIV Testing and Community Outreach at Aldredge Health Center
330 Health Insurance Navigators Now at 5 Fulton County Health Centers -- Open Enrollment Underway Until Jan. 31, 2017
331 PUBLIC NOTICE - Wolf Creek Amphitheater Advisory Committee Meeting
332 Fulton Voters Approve Expanded Freeport Exemption by 57%
333 Fulton County Residents Invited to Give Input On 2017 Budget
334 Election Results Certified by Fulton County BRE
335 Aviation Speaker Series Featuring Commissioner Emma I. Darnell
336 Youth Introduced to Current & Emerging Opportunities in Business and Technology during Conference Hosted by Commissioner Joan P. Garner
337 Workforce Innovation Opportunity Act Executive Taskforce to Meet Tuesday, November 15th
338 UPS To Build $400 Million Logistics Center on Fulton County Property
339 Fulton Voters Approve TSPLOST Referendum
340 NOTICE OF REGULAR MEETING - AUDIT COMMITTEE
341 Final Results: More Than 260,000 Votes Cast Early In Fulton County
342 Commissioner Arrington Reaches Out to Area Homeless with “Blanket Atlanta With Love” Drive
343 Fulton County Fire Rescue Department Issues Reminder of Temporary Suspension of All Outdoor Burning
344 Environmental Health Services Permit Renewal Office Relocates to Fulton Gov't Center Effective Immediately
345 Wolf Creek Advisory Committee Meeting - November 9
346 Early Voting turnout in Fulton County breaks 2012 Record
347 Fulton County Regional Health Centers Offer Clinical Breast, Cervical Screenings Year-Round
348 Notice of Availability of Finding of No Significant Impact
349 Commissioners Approve Updated Personnel Policies and Procedures by 5-1 Vote
350 Fulton County Sponsors Law Enforcement Hiring Blitz
351 Select Fulton Ribbon Cutting Ceremony & Open House
352 16 New Firefighters Join Fulton County Fire Rescue Department
353 Helene S. Mills Senior Multipurpose Facility Phone Number Change
354 Fulton Appoints Alicia Ivey to MARTA Board
355 Fulton County Profiled in Fall Issue of Georgia County Magazine
356 Public Art Project Makes a Community Impact
357 Fulton County Commissioners Approve Personnel “Living Wage” Plan
358 Fulton Commissioners Vote to Make County Parks Smoke Free
359 Fulton County Registration and Elections Message for College Students
360 Fulton County Homeless Continuum of Care Posts its FY2016 Continuum of Care Application and Priority Listing
361 Fulton County Hosts Its Second Arrest Record Restriction Pre-Screening Event Large Crowd Expected After Successful First Pre-Screening Event
362 Fulton County Hosts Its Second Arrest Record Restriction Pre-Screening Event
363 Honeywell to Invest $19 Million in Midtown Technology Center to Create More than 800 Jobs
364 Fulton County Student Artists Invited to Submit Original Work for 2017 Water Art Calendar
365 Fulton Commissioners Approve Police Body Camera Program
366 NOTICE OF REGULAR MEETING - AUDIT COMMITTEE
367 Atlanta-Fulton Water Treatment Plant Rechristened in Honor of Late Commissioner Tom Lowe
368 Fulton County Commissioners Approve Funds for Groundbreaking Criminal Justice Reinvestment Initiative
369 Fulton Board Lowers Countywide Millage Rate
370 Atlanta Hawks partner with Fulton County to Renovate the Cliftondale Basketball Court
371 Fulton County 2016 Millage Rate & 5 Year Levy Ad
372 Aquatics Class Members Water Dance with Zumba
373 Fulton County Health Department Provides Health Services to Homeless Youth Attending Fulton County Schools
374 Fulton County Earns Award of Excellence in Procurement for the 17th Year
375 Fulton Voters to Consider Expanded Freeport Exemption on November 8
376 Fulton Water Resources Receives Major Service Honor
377 Count Down to Fulton County Police Department’s 2016 National Night Out
378 S&P Raises Fulton County’s Debt Rating to AA+
379 Criminal Justice Reinvestment Initiative Recommendations Presented to the Fulton County Board of Commissioners
380 Summer Food Program for Children Who Rely on School Meals
381 Fulton County & Cities Sign TSPLOST Agreement
382 WIC Nutrition Program Now at Oak Hill Family Center
383 forms not available
384 Kroger Cascade Shoppers Talk with Their Local Police Officers
385 Fulton County Adds Two Early Voting Locations for General Primary Runoff & Nonpartisan Election
386 Commissioner Hausmann Honors the Chattahoochee Nature Center’s 40th Anniversary
387 Fulton Officials Welcome Congressman Lewis as Task Force on HIV/AIDS Unrolls Recommendations to End AIDS in Fulton County
388 Commissioner Darnell Keeps the Focus on Improving the Quality of Life in South Fulton
389 Fulton County Seeks Emergency Solutions Grant Applicants
390 Early Voting Begins Tuesday, July 5th for General Primary Runoff & Nonpartisan Election
391 Commissioners Approve Pilot Project with Uber for Senior Transportation
392 Commissioners Approve Pilot Project with Uber for Senior Transportation
393 Fulton Board Responds to Orlando, Unanimously Condemning Hate Crimes & Calling for Acceptance
394 Fulton County Performance Report – First Quarter 2016
395 Fulton Tax Assessors' Office Issues 2016 Assessment Notices
396 Fulton Residents Invited to Public Meeting on Central Library
397 Lifestyle Changes Can Decrease the Risk of Cancer
398 Board of Commissioners Honors Valedictorians & Salutatorians During 2016 Fulton County Scholars Reception
399 Fulton Board Approves Agreement for Design of Rogers Bridge
400 Fulton County Public Works Transporation Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax Second Round of Public Meetings
401 Audit Committee Meeting Scheduled for May 12
402 Fulton County Unveils Social Media Campaign Highlighting Seniors during Older Americans Month
403 Atlanta’s Mays High School Wins Prom Safety Contest Organized by Fulton County Youth Commissioners
404 Commissioner Ellis Leads Effort against Prescription Drug Abuse
405 Fulton County Needs Citizens Review and Input Regarding Upcoming Housing and Urban Development Grant Funds
406 Artists Respond to Human Trafficking: A Panel Discussion
407 Improve Your Finances with Tips from Fulton County Cooperative Extension
408 Fulton County Commissioners Approve Funding of Anti-Heroin Overdose Drug
409 Workforce Innovation Opportunity Board Meeting Cancelled
410 Fulton County Department of Arts & Culture Announces 2016 Funding Deadline
411 A Special Message for College Students from Fulton County Registration and Elections
412 Early Voting begins Monday, May 2, 2016 for the 2016 General Nonpartisan Primary and Special Election
413 Fulton County Chairman Eaves to Give 2016 State of the County Address
414 Plant your Own Garden at a Fulton County Community Garden
415 Three Community Meetings Planned for Unincorporated South Fulton County
416 Fulton County to Hold First Round of Public Meetings for Proposed TSPLOST
417 Volunteers Honored during National Service Recognition Day
418 PICH Program Invites Interfaith Groups to Learn About New Faith-Based Program
419 County Manager Names Three Members of Leadership Team
420 Fulton Commissioners Approve Partnership with Schools for School Bus Camera Enforcement
421 Gardening Tips Available at Fulton County Extension Offices
422 Dr. Gabriel Morley Appointed Director of Atlanta-Fulton County Public Library System
423 Fulton Residents Reminded of April 1 Homestead Exemption Deadline
424 Healthy Lawns begin with Soil Testing
425 Fulton County Hosts Information Technology Outreach Event
426 Fulton County Names Library Director Finalist
427 2016 PPP & City of Atlanta Special Election
428 Election Day is Tuesday, March 1st for the Presidential Preference Primary and City of Atlanta Special Election
429 AFCEMA Sponsors 3rd Public Meeting to Discuss the Hazard Mitigation Planning Process in Fulton County
430 Commissioner Arrington Hosts Annual Black History Film Festival
431 Registration Now Open for Fulton County Citizens' University 2016
432 Saturday and Sunday Early Voting Available in Fulton County for the Presidential Preference Primary and City of Atlanta Special Election
433 Fulton County Tax Assessor Announce New Office Hours
434 State House District 58 Special Runoff Election
435 Water Service Restored in Milton
436 Fulton County BRE to Hold Special Meeting on February 16th to Discuss Election Day Events
437 Water Main Break Repaired in Johns Creek Subdivision
438 Saturday and Sunday Early Voting Available in Fulton County for the Presidential Preference Primary and City of Atlanta Special Election
439 South Fulton Arts Center 2016 Spring Break Camp
440 Fulton County Arts & Culture Holds Auditions for the 10th Annual Southwest Arts Center Teen Artists Academy
441 Healthy Heart Tips From Fulton County PICH Program
442 Clay Review ii Opening Reception at Abernathy Arts Center
443 Nest of Eagles Tuskegee Airmen Exhibition Closing Concert and Celebration
444 Fulton Arts Centers 2016 Spring Class Registration
445 Fulton County PICH Program Receives $2.97 Million Funding Renewal
446 Early Voting for House District 58 Runoff Starts Monday, February 8th
447 Early Voting begins February 8, 2016 for Presidential Preference Primary and City of Atlanta Special Election
448 Fulton County Arts & Culture to Hold Public Hearing Regarding Proposed Fees and Rental Schedules
449 Fulton County Arts & Culture Accepting Applications for Arts Funding Volunteer Peer Review Panelists
450 Fulton County Southwest Arts Center Performance Theater presents Kenny Leon’s True Colors Theatre production of American Buffalo by David Mamet
451 Volunteers Eagerly Prepare to Count and Support Homeless Citizens
452 Fulton County to Open 24 Early Voting Locations for the 2016 Presidential Preference Primary and City of Atlanta Special Election
453 Fulton County Cooperative Extension Challenges Residents to Walk Georgia for Improv
454 AFCEMA needs your feedback
455 Final Comprehensive Plan Community Workshop Scheduled for Thursday, January 28th in Unincorporated South Fulton
456 Early Voting for House District 58 Runoff will be held February 8-12, 2016
457 Two Comprehensive Plan Community Workshops Remain for Residents of Unincorporated South Fulton County
458 Fulton County Cooperative Extension Offers Shopping Suggestions for Preparing Meals when the Power Goes Out
459 Fulton County Cooperative Extension Offers Food Safety Tips in the Event of a Power Outage
460 Fulton County Commissioners Approve Final 2016 Budget Key investments include Justice Reinvestment, Roads, Police Body Cameras, and More
461 Fulton County Welcomes Merchant e-Solutions To Atlanta Area
462 Three Comprehensive Plan Community Workshops for Residents of Unincorporated South Fulton County
463 AFCEMA seeks input from Fulton County residents regarding hazard mitigation
464 Fulton County Cooperative Extension Provides Cold Weather Checklist
465 Fulton County PICH Program Funds Creative PE in County Schools
466 Fulton County Fire Rescue Offers Winter Fire Safety Tips
467 Residents Invited to Join Fulton County Cooperative Extension to Walk Georgia to Improve Fitness
468 Voter Registration Deadline is Monday, February 1, 2016 for the March 1st Presidential Preference Primary and City of Atlanta Special Election
469 Continuum of Care 2016 Meetings Schedule
470 Seniors Urged to Take Steps to Avoid Hypothermia
471 Fulton Board Adopts New Strategic Plan
472 Community Meetings Planned for Unincorporated South Fulton County
473 Patrise Perkins-Hooker Confirmed as Fulton County Attorney Veteran
474 Commissioner Hausmann Voted Fulton County Board of Commissioners’ Vice-Chairman
475 Fulton County Cooperative Extension Offers Free Homebuyer Workshop
476 Fulton County Invests $500K for Windward Parkway Triple-Left Turn Lanes on GA 400
477 County Launches New $20 Million Public Safety Radio System
478 County Launches New $20 Million Public Safety Radio System
479 Fulton County residents encouraged to take precautions when using space heaters
480 Early Voting begins December 28, 2015 for the special election to fill vacant State House District 58 seat
481 City of Johns Creek Runoff Election Results
482 Fulton County Aging & Youth Services Asks for the Community’s Input
483 Senior Multipurpose Facilities Kickoff Their Holiday Celebrations with Fellowship and Entertainment
484 Gary Stiles Sworn In As Fulton County Police Chief
485 South Fulton Citizens Express Their Concerns about Crime and Quality of Life
486 Fulton County Aging and Youth Proposal Would Increase Senior Facility Rental Costs
487 Fulton County Fire Rescue Warns of Dangers When Deep Frying Turkey
488 Fulton County Cooperative Extension Offers Safety Tips for Turkey Thawing
489 Fulton County Commissioners Authorize Tax Commissioner to Waive Ad Valorem Fines
490 November 3, 2015 Election
491 Election Day is Tuesday, November 3rd for the Municipal General and Special Election
492 Commissioner Darnell to Discuss Public Safety With Fulton Residents
493 Polls Open Saturday, October 24th for 2015 Municipal General and Special Election
494 Interim Chief Gary D. Stiles Named Finalist for Fulton County Police Chief
495 Fulton County Water Resources Partnering with Home Serve for Water Line Repair
496 Fulton County Opens Four Additional Sites for Early Voting for the 2015 Municipal General and Special Elections
497 Fulton County Voters Challenged to Vote Early and #PostThePeach
498 Fulton County Voters Can Request an Absentee Ballot through October 30, 2015
499 New Public Comment Rules Take Effect October 7
500 Fulton County Commissioners to Tackle Issue of Sex Trafficking
501 Early Voting Begins Monday, October 12th Fulton County 2015 Municipal General and Special Elections
502 Fulton County Is Asking For Your Help, Your Opinion
503 Fulton County Fire Rescue Department Reschedules Community Day Due to Rain
504 Road Improvements, Traffic Safety Chief Among Concerns for Cascade Corridor Residents Discussing “The State of District 6”
505 Roads and Solid Waste Top the Agenda during District 6 Town Hall Meeting
506 Fulton County Public Works and General Services Transportation Division to Hold Special Meeting About the Butner Road at Stonewall Tell Road Intersection
507 Aging and Youth Services Constituents Asked To Help Shape Future of Services
508 The Fulton County Department of Public Works and General Services to Hold Special Meetings on the Status of the Solid Waste Plan
509 FULTON COUNTY PUBLIC WORKS AND GENERAL SERVICES TRANSPORTATION DIVISON TO HOLD MEETING FOR NEW HOPE ROAD SIDEWALKS
510 Fulton County Public Works and General Services Transportation Division to Hold Meeting for New Hope Road Sidewalks
511 Fulton County Tax Assessor’s Office is Moving to the Mall at Peachtree Center
512 Fulton County Tax Assessor’s Office is Moving to the Mall at Peachtree Center
513 Fire Escape Plans Saves Lives
514 Fulton County Commissioners Agree to Turn Over Former Alpharetta Library Property
515 Fulton County Manager Names Chief Information Officer and Finance Director
516 Job Seekers Crowd the Aviation Cultural Center
517 The 19th Annual Exhibit and Awards of the National Arts Program for Fulton County Employees, Retirees and their Families
518 South Fulton Citizens Can Take Advantage of Free Disposal of Bulk Waste on Saturday October 10, 2015
519 The 19th Annual Exhibit and Awards of The National Arts Program for Fulton County Employees
520 Board of Commissioners Approves Investment of more than $200,000 to Improve Efficiency of Elections Process
521 Darnell Players and Silver Stage Players Take a Comical Look at Growing Old
522 Cascade Corridor Study Open House Attracts Capacity Crowd
523 Still on the Case Fulton and GDPH Tracking Cause of Abdominal Illness
524 Welcome All Park to Host Ribbon Cutting Unveiling New Playground Equipment and Newly Renovated Basketball Courts Courtesy of the Atlanta Hawks
525 Fulton County Manager Announces Three Key Executive Appointments
526 Fulton County Decreases 2015 Millage Rate
527 Fulton County Arts and Culture and Contracts for Services Vendors Celebrate their Partnership
528 Fulton County Cooperative Extension Offers Tips for Managing Credit
529 Fulton County Police to Host National Night Out 2015
530 Fulton County Probate Court Begins Issuance of Marriage Licenses to Same Sex Couples In Accordance with Supreme Court Decision
531 One Poll Location Change for July 14th in HD 48 Special Election
532 Fulton County Fire Rescue Offers Tips for a Safe 4th of July
533 Vice Chairman Hausmann Hosting Community Meeting Regarding Property Assessments
534 County Manager Names New Members to Fulton County Executive Leadership Team
535 Early Voting for State House Districts 48 and 80 Special ElectionsBegins June 22nd
536 Teen Father Aims for Success
537 Fulton County Sheriff’s Office Junior Deputy Program
538 Fulton County BRE to Hold Special Meeting on June 16th to Discuss Election Day Events
539 Tomorrow is Election Day to Fill Vacancy for House District 55
540 Election Day is Tuesday, June 16th for House District 55 Special Election
541 Fulton County to Comply with Judge’s Stay Concerning HouseDistrict 55 Special Election
542 Fulton County Registration and Elections Release Statement Concerning House District 55 Special Election Disqualification
543 Final Week to Vote Early to fill House District 55 Vacancy
544 Fulton Board of Assessors Issues 2015 Assessment Notices
545 Mills Senior Facility Community Day Features Fun and Fellowship
546 Fulton Fresh Kicks-off 2015 Season on June 10th
547 Chairman Eaves Congratulates Urban League Spirit of the League Award Recipients
548 Fulton Helps Seniors “Get into the Act” during Older Americans Month
549 Water Improvement Project to Close Portion of Canton Street in Alpharetta Starting June 1
550 Early Voting Begins Tuesday, May 26th for State House District 55
551 Fulton County Registration Chief Observes International Election
552 Early Voting Begins Tuesday, May 26th for State House District 55
553 Wolf Creek Amphitheatre's FUNKFEST 2015
554 Fulton County Cooperative Extension provides food safety tips for preventing foodborne illness
555 Fulton County Public Works and General Services Transportation Division to Hold Public Meeting on Sidewalks and Transportation Plan
556 Wolf Creek Amphitheater Presents the 9th Annual Mother's Day Weekend Celebration featuring Anthony Hamilton and EN VOGUE
557 Fulton County Parks & Recreation Partners with Your Health America to Bring Citizens the 4th Annual South Fulton Road Race
558 #OneFulton
559 Fulton County Kicks off 50th Anniversary Celebration of Federal Older Americans Act
560 Burn Ban Begins May 1st in Fulton County
561 Fulton County Water Resources Invites Residents to “Get to Know Their H2O”
562 Citizen Review and Public Input Requested
563 Fulton County Requests Proposals for up to $537,384 in CHDO Set Aside and HOME Housing Development Funds
564 Fulton County Cooperative Extension holds “Food Talk”sessions to teach about nutrition
565 Special Called Meeting Notice - Building Authority of Fulton County
566 Judge Thrash Ends Consent Decree at Fulton Jail
567 Fulton County Cooperative Extension Offers Chainsaw and Ladder Safety Training
568 Wolf Creek Amphitheater Presents A Night of Classic R&B featuring the WHISPERS, Stephanie Mills and Angela Winbush
569 Fulton County Board of Commissioners Approves New Equipment for Fulton County Fire Department
570 Governor Deal Appoints Fulton Commissioner Arrington to McPherson Implementing Local Redevelopment Authority
571 Amnesty Day in South Fulton April 18 and October 10 2015
572 Fulton County Cooperative Extension Offers Lactation and Nutrition Education Classes
573 Fulton County Clover Leaf 4-H’ers Win at District Project Achievement Competition at Rock Eagle
574 Fulton County Fire Rescue Department Urges Residents to Protect against CO Poisoning
575 Fulton Public Defender Selected By U.S. State Department to Train Public Defenders in Other Countries
576 Seniors Learn Sign Language
577 Citizens in Unincorporated South Fulton Can Take Advantage of Free Disposal of Bulk Waste on Saturday, April 18 and October 10, 2015
578 Phone Outage at South Fulton Behavioral Health - Alternate Number Provided
579 Fulton County Arts & Culture's Southwest Arts Center Features Exhibition: Charlotte Riley - Webb
580 Gardening Tips Available at Fulton County Extension Offices
581 Accreditation Assessment Team Invites Public Comment
582 Fulton County 12 - Under Youth Boys Basketball Team Takes the 2015 GRPA State Championship
583 Election Day is Tuesday, March 17th for City of Atlanta Special Election
584 Fulton County Arts & Culture Announces the extension of Arts Funding Applications for Municipalities located in Fulton County
585 One Poll Location Change for March 17th City of Atlanta of Atlanta Special Election
586 Fundraising Effort Kicks Off with Badge of Honor Memorial Foundation In Honor of Slain Fulton County Police Detective Terence Green
587 Retired Fulton County Commissioner Tom Lowe Passes Away at 86
588 Fulton County Board of Commissioners Appoints Richard “Dick” Anderson as County Manager
589 Fulton County 4-H Accepting Applications for Summer Camp
590 Fulton County Police Detective Terence Green Killed in Line of Duty
591 Wolf Creek Amphitheater Presents A Night of Classic R&B featuring the WHISPERS Stephanie Mills and Angela Winbush
592 City of Atlanta Residents Encouraged to Vote Early for Special Election for Infrastructure Bond Referendums
593 Fulton Offices to Open at 10 a.m. Thursday, February 26
594 Early Voting to begin at 10 a.m. at Fulton County Government Center Today for City of Atlanta Special Election
595 Spring Class Registration is Underway at Fulton County Arts Centers
596 Fulton County Cooperative Extension Offers Lactation and Nutrition Education Classes
597 Fulton County Arts and Culture's Southwest Arts Center and Kenny Leon's True Color Theatre Company Presents the Regional Premier of 2014 Kennedy Award Winner for Drama
598 Fulton Board Announces Finalist for County Manager
599 Early Voting Begins Monday, February 23rd for City of Atlanta Special Election for Infrastructure Bond Referendums
600 Fulton County Department of Arts & Culture Announces 2015 Funding Line
601 Fulton County Police Safety Tips About Responding to Ads
602 Fulton County Cooperative Extension Offers Tips to Get Out of Debt
603 Fulton County Department of Arts & Culture Announces 2015 Funding Deadline
604 2015 Point in Time Homeless Count Volunteers Receive Orientation and Count Instructions
605 Fulton County Fire Rescue provide heating tips for a safe winter season
606 Fulton Board Unanimously Adopts 2015 Budget
607 Fulton County Can Help Unemployed Citizens Begin the New Year with a Goal-Oriented Job Search
608 Fulton County Cooperative Extension Offers Tips for Managing Credit Wisely
609 Fulton County Senior Facilities To Serve as Warming Centers during Harsh Winter Conditions
610 Fulton County Cooperative Extension Offers Tips for Cold Weather Plant Protection
611 Fulton County Cooperative Extension Offers Shopping Suggestions for Preparing Meals when the Power Goes Out
612 Hausmann Selected as 2015 Fulton Commission Vice Chair
613 Fulton County Collaborates with Manpower to Host Onsite Recruitment at North Fulton Career Center
614 Commissioner Edwards and Community Leaders Cut the Ribbon for Future Old National Precinct
615 Fulton County Officials Unveil a “New Beginning” for Police Operations on Old National Highway
616 Chairman Eaves Greets New President of the Atlanta Board of Realtors
617 Early Voting Begins Today in North Fulton County on for State House District 50
618 Fulton County Vital Records Phone Number Used By Caller ID Spoofers
619 North Fulton County Voters Can Vote Absentee by Mail for January 6th Special Election
620 Atlanta-Fulton County Emergency Management Agency Urges Residents to Get Ready for Winter Weather
621 Fulton County Animal Services Impounds Two Dogs After 10-Year-Old Is Attacked
622 Fulton County Commission Chairman John H. Eaves Welcomes "Africa Umoja" to Fulton County
623 Fulton County to Conduct Special Election for Georgia House District 50 on Tuesday, January 6, 2015
624 Veterans Enjoy Recognition Breakfast at Mills Senior Multipurpose Facility
625 Delta Sigma Theta, Inc. Members, Home Depot, Wayfield Foods and Local Boy Scouts Help Beautify Senior Facility
626 Fulton County Fire Rescue Warns of Dangers When Deep Frying Turkey
627 Fulton County Cooperative Extension Offers Safety Tips for Turkey Thawing
628 Fulton County Fire Rescue Department Remind Residents to Practice Winter Fire Safety and Prevention
629 Fulton County Cooperative Extension Offers Food Safety Tips in the Event of a Power Outage
630 Fulton County Residents Invited to Join the Zero Weight Gain Holiday Challenge
631 Fulton County Crews Reopen Portion of Academy Street Following Water Main Repairs in Alpharetta
632 2014 General and Special Election
633 Fulton County to Host Manpower Onsite Recruitment at North Fulton Career Center
634 Over 88,500 Voted Early in Fulton County
635 Seniors Enjoy Halloween at Fulton County Senior Multipurpose Facilities
636 Fulton County BRE to Hold Special Meeting Tuesday, November 4, 2014
637 Fulton County is Ready for Election Day
638 Apples, Apples, and more Apples!
639 Early Voting Ends this Week
640 Fulton County Police wants South Fulton Residents to Practice Good Halloween Safety Tips While “Trick or Treating”
641 North Fulton Career Center to Host Airport Employee and Training Center Recruitment
642 Fulton Water System Making System Upgrades on Bell Road at Reserve at Foxdale Subdivision - Thurs. Oct. 23
643 Fulton County Commissioner Joan P. Garner to Host District 6 Budget Town Hall Meeting
644 Fulton County Residents Invited to Give Input On 2015 Budget
645 Fulton County Offers Two Early Voting Weekends
646 Adamsville Workforce Development Office to Host Comcast Recruitment on Monday, October 20
647 Fulton Joins Coalition in Kicking Off #PostThePeach Challenge
648 Fulton County Southwest Arts Center (SWAC) Exhibition: Timing
649 Darnell Senior Multipurpose Facility Artists Walk Features Creativity of Participants and Professionals
650 Early Voting Begins Monday, October 13th for November 4th General and Special Election
651 Water Main Update: Water Service Restored to Some Customers, Boil Water Advisory Still in Effect
652 Join us for Wolf Creek Amphitheater’s Final Show of the 2014 Season The Jazz Concert Features Maysa Leaks, Jeff Lorber, Avery Sunshine and Milkshake
653 Helene S. Mills Senior Multipurpose Facility to Host an Evening in Black and White
654 Patrick J. O’Connor Named as Acting County Manager
655 Fulton County Observes Fire Prevention Week
656 Fulton County Student Artists Invited to Submit Original Work for 2015 Water Art Calendar
657 Plant a Fall Vegetable Garden Rich with Super-Foods
658 Vice-Chair Emma I. Darnell to Host District 5 State of the County Town Hall Meeting
659 Vice-Chair Emma I. Darnell to Host District 5 State of the County Town Hall Meeting
660 Fulton County Cooperative Extension Seeking 4-H Mentors
661 Fulton County Voters Can Request an Absentee Ballot through October 31, 2014
662 Fulton County Workforce Investment Act Board Plans September 25 Retreat
663 Fulton County Offers Recycling in Its Facilities
664 Fulton County Water to Make System Upgrades to Crabapple Road at East Crossville Road
665 Fulton County Schedules Additional Public Meeting for Public Input on the Consolidated Planning Document and Annual Action Plan
666 The Wolf Creek Amphitheater’s Evening Under the Stars Music Festival Featuring Mint Condition, Tony Toni Tone, Teddy Riley & Blackstreet SOLD OUT
667 Senior residents have the power to stop a fire before it starts
668 Wolf Creek Amphitheater Jazz Series Continues with Chante Moore, Phill Perry, Joey Sommerville and Algebra
669 Fulton County Approves Changes to Precinct Boundary Lines
670 Plant Pansies for Fall Curb Appeal
671 Fulton County Operations Green Update
672 September 23rd is National Voter Registration Day 2014
673 Fulton County to Offer Saturday and Sunday Early Voting for the November 4th General and Special Election
674 During National Preparedness Month, the Atlanta-Fulton Emergency Management Agency Tells Residents to "Get Your Ready On!"
675 Fulton County Commissioners Pledge to Continue Fighting Hunger in Fulton County
676 Workforce Investment Act Board Task Force Schedules September 9 Meeting
677 Voter Education Available for Fulton County Residents
678 Atlanta-Fulton Public Library System Announces Friday Hours Restored at Ten Branches
679 Citizens Invited to Give Input During Public Hearings Regarding Revised Fee Schedule in South Fulton Tax District
680 Fulton County Fire Rescue Offers Labor Day BBQ Fire Safety Tips
681 Fulton County’s Office of Children and Youth Needs Volunteers for Call to Womanhood Programs
682 Fulton County Vice - Chair Emma I. Darnell Announces Installation of Traffic Light at Martin Luther King Jr, Drive and Adamsville Place Pkwy
683 Fulton County Workforce Development Career Services to be Provided in Three Convenient Locations
684 Fulton Fresh Mobile Farmers Market Ends 2014 Season Wednesday, August 27th
685 Fulton County Residents Encouraged to Register Early for November 4th General Election
686 Fulton County Board of Registration & Elections Regular Meeting Notice
687 Workforce Investment Act Board Task Force Meeting Scheduled for Monday, August 18
688 Fulton County Fire Rescue encourages residents with disabilities to have a fire safety and escape plan
689 Fulton County Adopts 2014 Millage Rate
690 Fulton County Fire Rescue Warns Teens Not to Take Dangerous Fire Challenge
691 Fulton County 4-H Teaches Students Through Hands-On Activities
692 The Affordable Old School Concert Continues August 2, 2014 with an All White Party
693 Fulton County Schedules Additional Public Meetings for Public Input on the Consolidated Planning Document and Annual Action Plan
694 Fulton County Youth Receive School Supplies as Costs Rise
695 Fulton County & City of Roswell Enter Into Agreement for Expansion of Garrard Park
696 Fulton Awarded “Water First Community” Status by Georgia Department of Community Affairs
697 Fulton County Commissioner William Bill Edwards Announces Installation of Traffic Light at Cascade and New Hope Roads
698 Fulton Re-Opens State-of-the-Art Tennis Center After $350,000 Renovation
699 Fulton County Board of Commissioners Approves New Public Hearing Schedule on 2014 Millage Rate
700 Fulton County to Delay 2014 Millage Rate Vote
701 2014 Primary Runoff Election Day is Tuesday, July 22nd
702 Library Breaks Ground on New Northwest Atlanta at Scotts Crossing Library
703 Affordable Old School Concert Series Continues at Wolf Creek Amphitheater on Saturday, August 2
704 Fulton County Fire Rescue Advises Residents to Maintain Smoke Alarms
705 Fulton Farm Stand Offers Fresh Produce at Affordable Prices
706 Additional Fulton County Early Voting Sites Opening Monday, July 14th
707 Ellard Farmers Market Opens in Alpharetta
708 Fulton County Parks & Recreation Demonstrates How Going OUT is IN at Community Parks this July
709 Fulton County Police Participates in “National Night Out” 2014
710 Wolf Creek Amphitheater Presents the Affordable Old School Concert Series Featuring Keith Sweat, Bobby V, Total, Dana Dane and Comedian Lav Luv
711 Fulton County Fire Rescue Offers Tips for a Safe July 4th
712 Fulton County Fire Rescue Dedicates Two New Engines
713 Nine Polling Locations to Change in Fulton County for July 22nd Run-Off
714 Early Voting Begins Monday, June 30th in Fulton County Primary Runoff Races
715 Fulton County Fire Rescue to Dedicate Two New Fire Engines to Honor Fallen Firefighters
716 The Fulton County Aviation Community Cultural Center to Open this Thursday, June 19, 2014
717 Nine Recruits Graduate to Join Fulton County Fire Rescue Department
718 Wolf Creek Amphitheater Presents the Pre-Father’s Day BBQ & Blues Festival
719 Fulton County To Conduct Primary Run-Off Elections July 22nd for Several Races
720 Fulton County Fire Chief Elected President of Acclaimed Fire Chiefs Association
721 Fulton County Water Resources Invites Residents to South Fulton Demonstration Garden Tour
722 The Fulton County Aviation Community Cultural Center to Open Thursday, June 19, 2014
723 Fulton County Department of Arts & Culture Announces 2014 Arts Funding Opportunities
724 Fulton County Commission District 7 Recount Certified
725 Fulton County Fire Rescue encourages residents to take steps to prevent electrical fires
726 Fulton County Cooperative Extension Opens Fulton Farm Stand
727 Fulton County to Conduct Recount in Commission District 7 Race
728 Wolf Creek Amphitheater Introduces the Affordable Old School Concert Series 2014
729 Seniors Enjoy Water Aerobics at the Benson Senior Multipurpose Complex
730 Fulton County Receives Historically Low Interest Rate on Tax Anticipation Notes
731 May 20th Primary Election Day Results
732 Aviation Community Cultural Center Grand Opening Rescheduled
733 Public Notice of New Procedures for Land Disturbance Permit Issuance Associated with Extensions to Water and Sewer Systems
734 Aviation Community Cultural Center Grand Opening Rescheduled
735 Fulton Marshal’s Department Invites Youth to Become Junior Deputies
736 Fulton County Commissioner William “Bill” Edwards Introduces Field of Dreams to South Fulton Residents
737 Comments Sought on Fulton County 2014 Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant Proposal
738 Notice of Meeting Time Change for May 8 Fulton Board of Assessors Meeting
739 The Southwest Arts Center and the Atlanta Chapter of Tuskegee Airmen, Inc. Presents “Double Victory: The Tuskegee Airmen at War”
740 Fulton Animal Services Provider Honored with National Award
741 Fulton County Residents Invited to South Fulton Comprehensive Transportation Plan Open House Meetings
742 Additional Fulton County Early Voting Sites Opening Monday, May 5th
743 Fulton County Working to Transition Shelter Residents
744 Fulton County Kicks Off Older Americans Month with Community Days
745 Fulton Residents Urged to Enroll in Code Red & Monitor Severe Weather Updates
746 Fulton County Cooperative Extension to Offer Two Free Workshops to Explain Gluten Sensitivity
747 Fulton County Arts & Culture Southwest Arts Center Presents King & Coretta
748 The Fulton County Arts & Culture Continues Aviation Celebration with Careers in Aviation Day for Youth
749 Hundreds Attend Fulton County Job Fair
750 Fulton County Arts & Culture Hosts Lunch & Learn: “Soaring” By David Landis
751 Fulton County Arts & Culture Hosts Children’s Aviation Story Hour
752 All Fulton Voters Will Receive Updated Precinct Cards
753 Fulton County Water Resources: New Procedures for Master Water Meters Now In Effect
754 Fulton County Seeks to Serve the Long-Term Unemployed and “Laid Off” Workers
755 Fulton County Cooperative Extension Adopt the ‘Georgia Living Wetland Exhibit’ at the Chattahoochee Nature Center
756 Fulton County Arts & Culture Aviation Community Culture Center Celebration “Kick-Off Event”
757 Fulton County Invites Residents to Participate in “Taking Flight in the Community”Celebration Events
758 Fulton County Seeks Project Proposals for Community Development Block Grant Funds
759 Fulton County Encourages Residents to Register to Vote and to Update Information
760 Fulton County Agencies Recognize National Crime Victim Rights Week - April 6 - 12, 2014
761 South Fulton Citizens Can Take Advantage of Free Disposal of Bulk Waste on April 12 and August 16
762 Fulton County to Celebrate National County Government Month
763 Fulton County 12-Under Youth Boys Basketball Team Brings Homes the Second Place Title in the Georgia Recreation and Parks Association’s 2014 State Youth Basketball Tournament
764 Work Begins March 24 on Phase III of Alpharetta Water Transmission Main Project
765 Zoetic Modern Dance Workshop
766 Fulton Board Expresses Support for HB885 Medical Marijuana Legislation
767 Public Can Give Input During Sheriff's Office Accreditation
768 Fulton County Workforce Investment Act Board to Meet Thursday, March 27
769 Fulton County Aviation Community Cultural Center Grand Opening
770 Wolf Creek Amphitheater Introduces the Affordable Old School Concert Series 2014
771 Fulton Offers Surplus Real Estate for Sale by Sealed Bid
772 Adamsville Workforce Development Office to Host Comcast Employment Application Session on Monday, March 17
773 Fulton County Fire Rescue Recognized by Governor Deal for 2014 Snow Storm Efforts
774 Fulton County Department of Water Resources Joins EPA for “National Fix a Leak Week” March 17 - 23, 2014
775 Fulton in All-Out Push to Get Citizens Signed-up for Health Coverage
776 Fulton County Hosts Vendor Opportunity Day
777 Registration Now Open for Fulton County Citizens' University 2014
778 Fulton County Residents Encouraged to Register to Vote for Upcoming 2014 Elections
779 Fulton County Workforce Development Offers Employment Assistance to 16 – 21 Year Olds
780 Fulton County and MARTA Continue Recruitment Partnership at Adamsville Workforce Development
781 House District 80 Official Special Runoff Election Results
782 Special Election Results, July 14, 2015
783 Fulton County Commission on Disability Affairs Seeks Community Input
784 New Library Hours Take Effect February 12
785 Fulton Fire Rescue Urges Residents to Practice Fireplace Safety to Stay Warm
786 Fulton County Opens Additional Warming Centers to Accommodate Residents During Winter Storm
787 Reporting of Hazardous Conditions
788 Fulton County Public Facilities Will be Closed on Wednesday, February 12
789 Fulton County Fire Rescue Department Provides the Winter Heating Safety Tips
790 Fulton County Cooperative Extension Offers Food Safety Tips in the Event of a Power Outage
791 Fulton County Fire Stations Available as Warming Sites
792 Fulton County Emergency and Transitional Housing Shelters to Open Their Doors for Emergency Shelter
793 Atlanta-Fulton Emergency Management Agency Urges Residents to Prepare for Winter Weather
794 Fulton County Animal Services Encourages Residents to Keep Their Pets Safe
795 The Fulton County Office of Aging Encourages Seniors to Be Ready for Potential Winter Inclement Weather
796 Commissioner William “Bill” Edwards Hosts an Information and Civic Engagement Session on The Future of South Fulton: Consider the Possibilities or Move Forward
797 Commissioner William Bill Edwards to Host The Future of South Fulton Consider the Possibilities or Move Forward Information Session
798 Fulton County Afternoon & Evening Activities Cancelled – Monday, February 10, 2014
799 Legislative Notice - House Governmental Affairs Committee to Consider House Bill 704 (Incorporation of City of South Fulton)
800 Commissioner Tom Lowe Announces Retirement
801 Cooperative Extension Available to Help Navigate Health Insurance Marketplace
802 Fulton County Vice-Chair Emma I. Darnell to Host District 5 Town Hall Meeting on Fulton County Services: “Who Pays? Who Benefits?”
803 Board of Commissioners to Hold Regular Meeting February 5, Including Public Comment
804 Continuum of Care Application Submitted
805 Continuum of Care Application Submitted
806 Fulton County Elections to Hold Special Meeting February 4th
807 Fulton Board of Commissioners Adopts 2014 Budget
808 South Fulton Kids Graduate from the Fulton County Police Department's G.R.E.A.T. Program
809 Fulton County Parks and Recreation Kicks Off Registration for 2014 Youth Track and Field Season
810 Chairman John H. Eaves and the Board of Commissioners Honor Civil Rights Icon Dr. C.T. Vivian
811 Fulton County Board of Registration and Elections to Hold Special Meeting January 7th
812 Fulton County to Conduct Special Election on Tuesday, January 7, 2014
813 Residents Urged to Practice Winter Fire Safety and Prevention to Stay Warm
814 Superior Court of Fulton Elects Chief Judge
815 Fulton Police Make Three Arrests in Homicide of Pamela Williams
816 Fulton County Police Teach Final G.R.E.A.T. Class of the Year
817 Fulton County Commission Chairman Honored by Fulton-Dekalb Hospital Authority Following Health Summit
818 Flu Vaccine Available at County Health Centers
819 Fulton County Department of Registration and Elections will Conduct Special Election for State House District 22 on Tuesday, January 7, 2014
820 Fulton Board Approves Sale of Greenspace to Sandy Springs for Park Expansion
821 Fulton County Run-Off Elections Held Tuesday, December 3rd
822 World AIDS Day Draws Attention to Need for Increased Testing to Get to ZERO
823 Fulton County Run-Off Elections Held December 3rd
824 Fulton County Workforce Investment Act Board to Meet Thursday, December 12
825 Fulton County Juvenile Court to Host 12th Annual Ceremony Honoring National Adoption Day
826 Fulton County To Conduct Run-Off Elections for Several Races
827 Fulton County Fire Rescue Department Remind Residents to Practice Winter Fire Safety and Prevention
828 Need To Find Your Polling Place? Use Fulton County's Polling Place Finder
829 Fulton County Chairman John H. Eaves Welcomes Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack
830 Vice Chair Emma I. Darnell to host District 5 Town Hall meeting - Tuesday, October 29
831 Fulton County Police Department Citizens’ Police Academy
832 Additional Opportunities Coming Soon for Fulton Taxpayers to Give Input for 2014 Budget
833 Fulton Residents Encouraged to Check Voter Registration Information and Status
834 Fulton County Elections to Hold Regular Meeting October 10th
835 Early Voting Begins Monday, October 14th for Fulton County 2013 General Municipal Election
836 Fulton Taxpayers Invited to Give Input for 2014 Budget
837 Fulton County’s Adamsville Health Center Receives Award from American Institute of Architects
838 Fulton County Animal Services Cautions Citizens to Be On the Look Out for Two Dogs Involved in an Attack on Two Citizens in the Carver High School Area
839 Chairman Eaves Receives Governor’s International “Individual of the Year” Award
840 Fulton County Newsletter Keeps Voters Informed
841 Fulton County Recognizes Breast Cancer Awareness Month
842 Fulton County Vice-Chair Emma I. Darnell to Host District 5 Town Hall Meeting on Fulton County Taxes: The Real Story, “Everybody Pays, Who Benefits?”
843 Fulton Partners with the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services for Awareness Campaign for Open Enrollment of the Health Insurance Marketplace
844 Fulton County Kicks Off Open Enrollment of the Health Insurance Marketplace
845 Commissioner Joan Garner Seeks Citizen Input During Series of Budget Town Hall Meetings
846 Voter Registration Deadline is October 7th for November Municipal Elections in Fulton County
847 Fulton Board Announces Dwight Ferrell as County Manager
848 Full Radius Dance Workshops for All Teens
849 Voter Registration Deadline is October 7 for November Municipal Elections
850 Flu Vaccinations Available at Fulton County Health Centers
851 District 7 Commissioner William "Bill" Edwards and the Fulton County Police Department Unveils New State-of-the-Art Crime Fighting Equipment for South Fulton
852 Fulton County Hosts Open House Meetings for South Fulton Comprehensive Transportation Plan
853 Wolf Creek Amphitheater Hosts The Affordable Old School Series 4th Show Featuring Avant, Jagged Edge, Juvenile, Case and Comedian Doo Doo Brown
854 Fulton County Environmental Justice Initiative Receives National Recognition
855 50th Anniversary - March on Washington
856 Commissioner William “Bill” Edwards Hosts District 7 Information Session on the Affordable Care Act on September 10th
857 Fulton County Receives Excellence in Procurement Award
858 Fulton Board Announces Finalists for County Manager
859 Fall Registration at Fulton County Arts Centers
860 Green Thumbs Wanted! Fulton County Recruiting Volunteer Master Gardeners
861 Fulton County Economic Development to Host Small Business Summit "Getting the Deal: "Money, Process & Growth Strategies"
862 Westlake High School Band Performs during National Night Out in South Fulton County
863 Governor Names Fulton Commissioner Liz Hausmann to Criminal Justice Coordinating Council
864 Fulton County Department of Information Technology Wins National Award
865 Fulton County’s Priceless University Wants to Help Young Females to Prepare for Their Future
866 Fulton County Health Services to Sponsor Back to School Immunization Rush Sites
867 Fulton Board Adopts 2013 Millage Rate
868 Fulton Board Adopts Innovative Environmental Justice Policy
869 Former Gang Members and Crime Victims Tell Their Stories during Fulton County Youth Summit
870 Fulton Commissioner Joan Garner Honored During White House Ceremony Recognizing “Let’s Move” Communities
871 Fulton Juvenile Court Announces Belton As Newest Associate Judge
872 Fulton County Justice System Unified Case Management System Coming Online in July
873 Fulton County and the City of Milton Collaborate to Open a New Senior Center
874 Fulton County Proposes Rollback for 2013 Millage Rate
875 Fulton Board Approves Purchase of Jail Locks
876 Property Owners Can Appeal Assessments Online
877 Superior Court of Fulton County Establishes New Position, Chief Deputy Judge
878 Fulton County Police Department Celebrates National Night Out 30th Year Anniversary
879 Fulton County Courts Announce Second Annual Juror Appreciation Week
880 Fulton Fresh Mobile Farmer’s Market Opens 2013 Season on Wednesday, June 12th
881 Commissioner Liz Hausmann Recognizes 2013 North Fulton Valedictorians and Salutatorians at Braves Game
882 Southwest Arts Center Performance Theater Presents Wedlock of the Gods
883 Fulton Board Confirms Richard Barron As Director of Registration & Elections
884 Fulton County Seeks Public Comment on Proposed FY 2013 Substantial Amendments to the 2010-2014 Consolidated Plan and Neighborhood Stabilization Program 3
885 Fulton County Honors Fallen Heroes
886 Commissioner William "Bill" Edwards to Host Listening Session
887 Fulton County Water Customers Warned of Collection Scam
888 Fulton County Senior Multipurpose Facilities to Host Community Days to Celebrate Older Americans Month
889 Cascade Road at Wilson Mill Road Closed Temporarily for Culvert Repairs
890 Superior Court of Fulton County Announces New Jurists to Fulton County Juvenile Court
891 Fulton Receives Historically Low Interest Rate on 2013 Tax Anticipation Notes
892 Commissioner Hausmann & Commissioners Recognize Fulton Schools for National “Magna Award” & Other Achievements
893 Atlanta Symphony Talent Development Concert
894 State-issued Burn Ban Begins May 1st in Fulton County
895 Portion of McClarin & Godett Roads to Close Temporarily Due to Emergency Railroad Crossing Repairs
896 Fulton County Residents Encouraged to Make Every Day “Earth Day”
897 Wolf Creek Amphitheater Presents The First Show In The Affordable Old School Concert Series Featuring Tony! Toni! Toné with Special Guests Whodini, Chubb Rock and Silk
898 Fulton County Arts & Culture Southwest Arts Center and Zoetic Dance Ensemble present GURL
899 South Fulton Citizens Can Take Advantage of Free Disposal of Bulk Waste on Saturday, April 20, 2013
900 Fulton County Superior Court Announces New Online Interpreter Reservation System
901 Atlanta-Fulton Emergency Management Reminds Residents: “If You See Something, Say Something”
902 Wolf Creek Amphitheater Hosts V103 First Annual Gospel Fest
903 Fulton County Celebrates Law Day 2013
904 Wolf Creek Amphitheater Presents Gladys Knight Live in Concert with Special Guest Howard Hewett Opening Act; Milkshake
905 Fulton County Health Services Recognizes National Public Health Week
906 FAA Announces Tower at Fulton County Airport – Brown Field to Remain Open
907 Fulton County Maintains Ranking in Health Study
908 Space Still Available for Fulton County Citizens' University 2013
909 Fulton Emergency Services Encourages Residents to Continue Using 911 for Emergencies
910 Fulton County Finance Department Recognized With National Award in Financial Reporting
911 Fulton County Approves Fee Increase to Support Environmental Health Services
912 Fulton County Commissioners Approve a $725,000 Contract to Provide Minor Home Repairs for Seniors
913 Fulton County Issues $223.2 Million in Water/Sewer Revenue Bonds at 3.63% Interest
914 Fire Department Adds Mass Decontamination Unit
915 Board of Registration and Elections Special Meeting Notice
916 Fire Rescue Department Adds Mass Decontamination Unit
917 Fulton County Cooperative Extension Offers Assistance to Homeowners Concerned About Radon
918 Commissioner William "Bill" Edwards and South Fulton Clergy To Hold Community Town Hall Meeting on Legislative Issues
919 Fulton Water Resources Interim Director Named 2013 Engineer of the Year for Government
920 Fulton Water Resources Interim Director Named 2013 Engineer of the Year for Government
921 Springdale Place Observes One Year of Operations and Service to 180 Homeless Women with Children
922 Two Trains Running
923 Fulton County Relocates Fire Station 15
924 BOC Approves Appointment of Mary C. Cooney as Chair of the Board of Registration and Elections
925 Fulton County Vice-Chair Emma I. Darnell to Host District 5 Town Hall Meeting on Anti-Fulton Legislation Restricting the Voting Rights of Minority Residents
926 Fulton County’s Office of Workforce Development Moves the YES Youth Training and Employment Program to Oak Hill
927 Fulton County Board of Commissioners Approves Resolution to Oppose Legislation Targeted to Change County Homestead Exemption, Millage Rate, Governance Structure and Employees’ Classification Status
928 Tax Commissioner Advises Residents of Changes in Ad Valorem Taxes for Automobiles
929 FEBRUARY 4 – 8, 2013 - Severe Weather Awareness Week
930 Fulton County Health Services Issues Warning About New Strain of Norovirus
931 Fulton Opens One-of-a-Kind Facility for Youth
932 Fulton Board Adopts 2013 Budget with No Tax Increase
933 Fulton BOC Award Lifeline Animal Project Contract to Provide Animal Services for Fulton County
934 Fulton Animal Services and the Georgia Department of Agriculture Rescue 14 Horses from Local Horse Farm
935 Clerk of Superior Court Begins Space Saver Renovation Project in Closed File Room
936 Fulton Board Reduces Water & Sewer Rates
937 Fulton Chairman John Eaves' Statement on Newtown Tragedy
938 Flu Vaccine Available at Fulton County Health Centers
939 Office of Equal Employment Opportunity & Disability Affairs Releases "Full Access Ahead" Report
940 Fulton County Fire and Rescue Department Receives Grant
941 Fulton County to Host AT&T Senior Tech Rallies to Help Seniors to Learn to Use the Latest Technology
942 Commissioner William Bill Edwards Hosts Final Listening Session of the Year
943 Fulton County Cooperative Extension Partners with CredAbility to Offer a Free Workshop for First Time Homebuyers
944 Southwest Arts Center Hosts Trading Cards Exhibition
945 Thousands of Fulton County Voters Take Part in Advance Voting
946 Fulton County Holds Grand Opening for the New Fire Station 11
947 Advance Voting Continues this Week
948 Fulton Taxpayers Invited to Give Input for 2013 Budget
949 Hundreds Participate in Adamsville Workforce Development Job Fair
950 Wolf Creek Amphitheater and J.D. Entertainment, LLC Presents the 2012 Gospel Explosion
951 Fulton County Housing Information Session to Address Tenant Rights and Responsibilities
952 HispanoAmericanos, Traveling Souls
953 Sprite Sparks Parks Grant Helps Fulton County's Burdett Park Get Back In The Game
954 Flu Vaccinations Available at Fulton County Health Centers
955 Dr. Patrice Harris Honored by Black Health Magazine
956 Wolf Creek Amphitheatre Presents an Evening of Classic Soul
957 Fulton County Cooperative Extension Partners with the GreenHouse Foundation
958 Fulton County Conducts Runoff Election
959 Fulton County Offers Free Session on Managing Asthma
960 Fulton County Health Services Promotes Adult Immunizations
961 Fulton County Cooperative Extension Offers Free Workshop for Aspiring Entrepreneurs
962 Fulton Health Services Offers Pertussis Vaccine
963 Fulton Launches New Economic Development Web Page
964 Fulton County Health Services Chosen for New HIV Care Collaborative
965 Residents Invited to Public Meeting on Proposed Road Name Change
966 Adamsville Workforce Development Resource Center Opens to Job Seekers
967 General Primary Election July 31, 2012
968 Fulton County Celebrates the 22nd Anniversary of the Americans With Disabilities Act With a Disability Awareness Vendor Fair & Expo
969 Fulton Board Approves 2012 Millage Rate – Most Taxpayers Will See Lower Bills
970 Georgia Watermelon Queen to Visit Fulton County’s Riverside Farmer’s Market in Roswell
971 Fulton County Department of Water Resources To Host Smart Irrigation Workshops
972 Fulton Fresh Recognized by ARC
973 Wolf Creek Amphitheater Hosts The Summer Nights Jazz Festival on August 4th
974 Fulton County Senior Facilities to Serve as Cooling Centers on Weekdays during Extreme Heat
975 Neighborhood Stabilization Program
976 Fulton County Police Department Hosts National Night Out 2012
977 Fulton County Seeks Resident Input Regarding Transportation Projects for Unincorporated Fulton
978 Fulton County Chairman Eaves and Fulton DeKalb Hospital Authority Host Health Forum and Town Hall Meeting
979 Statement Regarding Fulton County Voter Address Confirmation
980 Fulton Health Services Recognizes National HIV Testing Day
981 Residents Urged to Take Precautions Against E Coli
982 Fulton Fresh Announces 2012 Locations
983 Fulton County Encourages Residents to Register to Vote
984 Fulton Fresh Mobile Farmer’s Market Begins 2012 Season June 13 with Two Mobile Units
985 Fulton County Receives Historically Low Interest Rate for Tax Anticipation Notes
986 Fulton Commissioner Liz Hausmann Invites Residents to District 3 Office Grand Opening & Community Open House
987 Fulton Commissioners Vote to Accept $25,000 State Grant to Support the Teen DADS Program
988 Fulton County Announces Camp 911
989 Fulton Celebrates Opening of New Regional Health Center
990 State of Seniors Survey Initial Findings Show Many Fulton Seniors Enjoy a Good Quality of Life; However, Gaps Exist for Those with Limited Incomes
991 Fulton County Cooperative Extension Offers Free Workshop on Basic Personal Finance
992 North Fulton Homeowners Have Opportunity to get Answers About Tax Assessment Process
993 Fulton Opens Regional Health Center
994 Fulton County State of Seniors Symposium to Hear from Seniors about Their Needs
995 Fulton County Residents Can Take Advantage of the Making Home Affordable Program on June 1 and 2
996 Fulton Water Resources Invites Residents to Public Meeting Regarding Alpharetta Water Transmission Main Project
997 Commissioner William “Bill” Edwards to Hold Community Listening Session
998 Fulton County Board of Assessors Prepares to Mail Assessment Notices
999 Fulton Residents Reminded to be Safe as Pool Season Approaches
1000 Fulton Health Services Promotes Mental Health Awareness
1001 Fulton County State Court Hosts Canned Food Drive
1002 Fulton County to Celebrate Older Americans Month
1003 Atlanta-Fulton Public Library System's Preserving Heritage and Memories: Pass It On
1004 Open Houses Canceled Regarding Fulton Transportation Improvement Projects
1005 The Superior Court of Fulton County Hosts Family Law Community Days
1006 Fulton County Wants to Hear from Seniors about Their Needs
1007 Fulton Health Services Launches F.A.I.R. to Address Asthma Awareness
1008 It’s All About Horses for Fulton County Cooperative Extension at the 2012 Wonderful World of Horses
1009 Fulton County North Service Center Re-opened
1010 April is National County Government Month with Information Fair on April 4
1011 Fulton County’s Neighborhood Union Provides Nutrition Education Everyday
1012 Groundbreaking Ceremony Held for Redevelopment of Fulton County Youth Focused Facility
1013 Workforce Investment Act Board to Meet Thursday, March 29
1014 Fulton County Health Services Continues to Promote TB Awareness
1015 Fulton County Health Services Encourages Residents to “Get Their Plate in Shape”
1016 Fulton County Breaks Ground for Renovation of Youth-focused Health Facility
1017 Public Notice
1018 Accreditation Assessment Team Invites Public Comment
1019 Fulton County Partners with West End Medical Center for Voter Registration Drives
1020 Fulton County Partners with Business Community to Encourage Voter Registration and Participation
1021 Board of Commissioners Approves Samuel Westmoreland as Director of Registration and Elections
1022 Fulton County Officially Opens Springdale Place to Provide Families with Tools for Self Sufficiency and Housing Stability
1023 MARTA Stakeholder's Meeting
1024 Fulton County Proposes Amendments to the Fiscal Year 2012 Community Housing and Emergency Solutions Grants
1025 Fun and FYI in Fulton for February 2012
1026 Fulton County Arts & Culture Announces 2012-2013 Funding Deadline
1027 Fulton County Adds Funds to Help Residents on HIV Waiting List
1028 Fulton County Arts & Culture Announces 2012-2013 Funding Line
1029 Fulton Health Services Acknowledges February as American Heart Month
1030 Fulton Dental Services Gives Children a Smile
1031 Fulton County Conducts Special Election for State House District 60
1032 Walk Georgia with Fulton County Cooperative Extension and the Atlanta Hawks!
1033 Fulton County Health Services Holds Green Certification Webinar for Restaurant Owners
1034 Fulton County Approves Resolution to Increase Efforts to Reduce Asthma-Related Disparities
1035 Fulton County and East Point NORC to Host a February 16 Vision Clinic for East Point Residents
1036 Fulton County Residents Encouraged to Take Precautions During Winter Months When Using Space Heaters
1037 Fulton Fresh Receives $25,000 Grant from the Atlanta Falcons Youth Foundation
1038 Fulton County Police Hosts Graduation for Gang Resistance Education & Training Program Graduation
1039 Fulton County Redistricting Update
1040 South Fulton Residents Invited to Community Sessions Regarding 2012 Budget
1041 Fulton County Creates Economic Development Division
1042 Fulton Residents Invited to Upcoming Budget Information Sessions
1043 Fulton County Conducts Runoff Elections
1044 Changes to the Board of Assessors Meeting Schedule
1045 Fulton County Cooperative Extension Seeks Input for New
1046 Presidential Preference Primary & Special Election
1047 Official and Complete Results Recount Sheriff Race
1048 General Election November 2012 Jurisdiction Wide
1049 November 05, 2013 Municipal General/Special Election
1050 December 03, 2013 Municipal General Runoff Election
1051 January 6, 2015 House District 50 Election Results
1052 February 3, 2015 House District 50 Special Runoff Election Results
1053 March 17, 2015 City of Atlanta Special Election Results
1054 June 16, 2015 House District 55 Special Election Results
1055 July 26, 2016 General Primary Runoff and Nonpartisan Election Results
1056 November 8, 2016 General and Special Election Results
1057 Fulton Residents Invited to Give Feedback Regarding Possible Redistricting
1058 Fulton County Clubhouse for Youth Holds Open House
1059 Fulton County Hosts Mental Health First-Aid Training to Address Mental Illness Among Senior Adults
1060 4-H Continues to Educate and Excite Youth
1061 Fulton County Launches Discount Dental Program to Provide Savings
1062 Fulton County Health Services Encourages All Women to Get Screened for Breast Cancer
1063 Fulton County Seniors Urged to be on Alert
1064 Fulton County to Acquire Key Green Space Along Chattahoochee River
1065 Fulton County Police Offering Citizen Police Academy
1066 Fulton County Department of Registration and Elections Relocates
1067 Flu Vaccinations Available at Fulton County Health Centers
1068 Fulton County Fire Chief Encourages Residents to Help "Fill the Boot"
1069 Fulton County Launches Green Restaurant Program
1070 Fulton County Fire Rescue Department Hosts 2011 Citizens Emergency Preparedness Fair
1071 Fulton County Fire Department Rescue Launches its Annual "Fill the Boot" Campaign
1072 Fulton Board Adopts 2012-2014 Strategic Plan
1073 Fulton County Recognized For Providing Resourceful, Innovative, and Collaborative Digital Services
1074 Fulton County Housing and Community Development Schedules Information Session on How to Prevent Foreclosure
1075 Commissioner Liz Hausmann to Present Proclamation to PGA Championship Officials in Johns Creek
1076 Fulton Board Votes to Maintain General Fund Millage Rates at Current Level
1077 Riverside Farmer’s Market in Roswell wants to be known as America’s Best
1078 National Night Out 2011
1079 Most Fulton Residents to See Tax Decrease - 5 Year Tax Levy History
1080 Fulton County District 3 Commissioner Liz Hausmann Launches New TV Show on FGTV
1081 Construction-related Contracting Opportunities Available for Fulton County Health Center
1082 Fulton County Health Director Elected to AMA Board of Trustees
1083 Property Assessment Appeal Deadline Approaches
1084 Fulton Health Services Recognizes National HIV Testing Day
1085 Fulton County Receives Lowest Interest Rate in Georgia History for Tax Anticipation Notes
1086 Board of Assessors to Send out Revised Assessment Notices
1087 Fulton Fresh Mobile Farmer’s Market to Hit the Road June 8
1088 FDA Warns Not to Feed SimplyThick® to Premature Infants
1089 Fulton County to Host Wolf Creek Amphitheater Grand Opening on June 4
1090 Fulton County Schedules Foreclosure Prevention Fair
1091 Fulton Residents Reminded to be Safe as Pool Season Approaches
1092 Property Assessment Notice FAQs
1093 South Fulton offers Community Garden Beds
1094 Fulton Health Inspectors Provide Training on Food Safety
1095 Fulton County Responds to Concerns Regarding Property Tax Assessment Notices
1096 Board of Assessors to Mail Tax Assessment Notices to Property Owners
1097 Fulton County Health Services Remind Women It’s Time to Take Care of their Health
1098 Fulton County Cooperative Extension Releases Gardening Class Schedule for May
1099 The Fulton County Department of Arts & Culture Celebrates National Dance Week
1100 Older Americans Month
1101 Fulton County Hosts Historical Signing of Child Abuse Protocol
1102 Fulton County Board of Assessors Holds Public Meetings
1103 Residents & Businesses Invited to Hearing on Wolf Creek Fee Schedule
1104 Fulton County Cooperative Extension Unveils the Wonderful World of Horses
1105 Fulton County Cooperative Extension Helps the Atlanta Mission to Help Others
1106 Fulton Health Services Reminds Residents that Safety is No Accident
1107 Fulton County Chaplain's Office - Another Perspective
1108 Fulton County Cooperative Extension Releases Gardening Class Schedule for April
1109 Fulton County Celebrates Earth Month 2011
1110 South Fulton Citizens Can Take Advantage of Amnesty Day
1111 Fulton County Partners with Local High Schools for "High School Voter Registration Month"
1112 Fulton County Cooperative Extension Offers Spring Garden and Canning Workshop
1113 Fulton County Diabetes Information Session a Success
1114 Fulton County Remains in Top Quarter of Health Study
1115 Fulton County Cooperative Extension Joins Atlanta Mission to Celebrate Planting of Urban Garden
1116 Fulton County Public Works Department To Hold Public Information Open House
1117 Fulton County Behavioral Health Receives Joint Commission Accreditation
1118 Board of Commissioners Approves Transportation Project List
1119 Fulton County Launches Online Poll Worker Training
1120 Sandy Springs Special Election March
1121 Atlanta-Fulton Public Library System Holds Public Input Sessions for Upcoming New Libraries
1122 Fulton County Health Services Encourages Parents to Teach Children to Eat Right with Color
1123 Fulton County Health Services Encourages Tuberculosis Education
1124 Fulton County Department of Arts and Culture Presents: Professional Development Workshops For Artists
1125 Fulton County Department of Arts and Culture Presents: Professional Development Workshops For Artists
1126 Fulton County Department of Arts and Culture Presents: Professional Development Workshops For Artists
1127 Fulton County Arts and Culture Hosts 2011 Spring Break Art Camp and Summer Camp Preview
1128 Fulton County Commission Recognizes Environmental Health Services for its Achievements
1129 Fulton County Registration and Elections - Winter 2011 Newsletter
1130 Fulton Commissioners Approve Substantial Amendment to Allow Acceptance of $3,094,885 in NSP 3 Funding
1131 Fulton County Announces Diabetes ALERT Day
1132 Fulton Health Services Promotes Adult Immunizations to Protect Young against Pertussis
1133 Fulton County Behavioral Health Seeking to Expand Partnerships
1134 Fulton County Arts & Culture 2011 Summer Camp Programs
1135 Fulton Residents Encouraged to WALK GEORGIA
1136 Commissioner William “Bill” Edwards to Hold Community Listening Sessions
1137 Fulton County Behavioral Health Outreach through PINS
1138 Fulton County Public Works Department to Hold Public Information Meetings to Seek Comments on Transportation Improvement Projects
1139 Fulton County to Examine Combating Tobacco Use
1140 Fulton County Animal Services Encourages You to 'Adopt-A-Sweetheart'
1141 Fulton Health Continues to Urge Residents to Know Their Status
1142 Fulton County Homestead Exemption Deadline is April 1
1143 Alan P. Pryor Named Economic Development Director for South Fulton Special Services District
1144 Time Change for February 3, 2011 Board of Assessors Meeting
1145 Fulton County Board of Commissioners Approves Final Budget
1146 Corporations Praise Fulton County for Keeping the Fulton County Airport Up and Running During the Winter Storm
1147 Fulton Health Services Remind Women to Take the Test to Prevent Cervical Cancer
1148 Community Zoning Information Meeting Postponed
1149 Fulton Health Service Advise Residents to Take Precautions in Cold Weather
1150 Courts Remain Closed Due to Inclement Weather
1151 Fulton County Extends Deadline for Bids Due January 10-11, 2011
1152 Winter Weather Road Closures
1153 Most Fulton County Facilities Closed at Noon on Monday, January 10, 2011
1154 Fire County Fire and Rescue Offers Winter Safety Tips
1155 Fulton State & Superior Court Calendars Cancelled for January 10
1156 Governor Perdue Issues State of Emergency for Georgia
1157 Fulton County Public Works Working Through the Night to Treat Roads During Severe Winter Weather
1158 Arts Classes Cancelled for Monday, January 10 & Tuesday, January 11
1159 Registration Now Open for Fulton County Citizens' University
1160 Fulton Board Sworn In For New Term Two New Members Join the Board
1161 Fulton Ends 2010 With $156.6 Million in Reserves, Most Homeowners Saw Tax Decrease
1162 South Fulton Residents and Businesses Invited to Public Hearing Regarding Proposed Fee Increases
1163 Holiday Decorating Fire Hazards
1164 How to Stay Warm Safely
1165 Grandparent Program Volunteer Holiday Celebration
1166 Atlanta Regional Commission Certifies Fulton County as a “Green Community”
1167 Fulton Industrial Businesses Invited to Opportunity Zone Open House
1168 Emergency and Transitional Housing Facilities Need Volunteers
1169 Fulton County Launches Dial-A-Ride Transportation Services for Seniors
1170 World AIDS Day Draws Attention to Need for Increased Testing
1171 Fulton Board Begins Consideration of Proposed 2011 Budget
1172 Fulton County Holds Runoff Election
1173 Fulton County Board Votes to Require Warnings in Stores that Sell Alcoholic Energy Drinks
1174 Fulton County Police Department Awarded State Certification from the Georgia Chiefs of Police
1175 Fulton County Commission Vice Chairman William “Bill” Edwards Announces New Truancy Initiative in South Fulton County
1176 Fulton County to Conduct Recount in Superior Court Judge Election
1177 Fulton County Kicks Off Tree Partnership
1178 Elections
1179 Time Change for Fulton County Board of Assessors November 4, 2010 Meeting
1180 Fulton County working to stop domestic violence
1181 Fulton County to Host First Annual Vendor Opportunity Day on Nov 1
1182 Fulton County Awarded Funding Through Federal Second Chance Act
1183 Fulton Health and Human Services Breaks Ground for Regional Health Center in Southwest Atlanta
1184 Residents Voting by Mail are Reminded to Sign Envelopes
1185 Fulton Health Services Offers Help for Depression
1186 Fulton County Observes Fire Prevention Week
1187 Health Services employee recognized for commitment and dedication to serve women
1188 Fulton County Fire and Rescue Rededicates Fire Station #7
1189 Fulton County Issues $167 Million Library Bond
1190 MARTA Prepares Customers for Upcoming Service and Fare Changes
1191 MARTA Prepares Customers for Upcoming Service and Fare Changes
1192 Fulton Environmental Health Services Increases Efforts to Limit Mosquito Growth
1193 Free Household Hazardous Waste Workshop
1194 Fulton Industrial Boulevard Receives Opportunity Zone Designation for Job Creation
1195 Fulton Hosts Dedication Ceremony for New Service Center
1196 Changes for South Fulton Cable Customers
1197 County Takes Critical First Steps Toward Phase I of Library Capital Improvement Program
1198 Water Service Interruptions Expected in North Fulton, Planned Water Main Repairs
1199 Fulton County Kicks Off "Tour de 29"
1200 Fulton County Encourages Job Applicants to Apply Online
1201 Water Main Break Repaired - Water Services Restored
1202 New Volunteer Opportunity!
1203 Fulton Board Approves Land Purchase to Expand Adamsville Health Center
1204 Fulton County Public Works Department Issues Public Notice Regarding Application for National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System Permit (NPDES)
1205 Fulton Global Youth Commissioners Return from Istanbul, Turkey
1206 First Annual Fulton County Pet Adoption Festival a Success
1207 Fulton County Fights Smog With “No Idling” Policy
1208 Fulton Cooperative Extension Now Open on Saturdays
1209 Fulton Urges Teens to Get Tested
1210 Update on Behavioral Health Services at North Fulton Hospital and Expansion for North Fulton
1211 Fulton County Launches Online Water Bill Payment on April 19
1212 Citizens to Benefit From Upcoming North Fulton Service Center Renovations
1213 New Clinic Especially for Tweens and Teens Opens in Fulton with Sessions Scheduled Every Fourth Thursday
1214 Fulton County's Response Regarding Rural Metro Ambulance
1215 Children’s Dental Care Opens at the Neighborhood Union Health Center in Northwest Atlanta - services available on the fourth Friday of each month
1216 Fulton County Board of Commissioners Approves Final 2010 Budget
1217 Fulton County supports CARE in the Haiti Emergency Response Fund
1218 Reminder to Building Inspectors and General Contractors in Fulton County
1219 Community Development Block Grant Stimulus Funds Available
 
 

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