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09 - Jul

Fulton County Re-Openings and Service Changes

Read the latest on Fulton County re-openings and service changes.
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23 - Jul

Online Fulton County Services residents and others doing business can utilize

With several closures and service modifications happening across Fulton County, here is a list of services that residents and others doing business with the county can take advantage of online.
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News
02 - Aug

Fulton County Board of Commissioners to Hold August Regular Meeting on Wednesday, August 4, 2021

The Fulton County Board of Commissioners will hold its regular August meeting virtually and at Fulton County Government Center’s Assembly Hall on August 4, 2021.
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News
02 - Aug

Fulton County COVID-19 Emergency Rental Assistance Applications to Re-Open Today, Monday, August 2

Fulton County Government will reopen its COVID-19 Emergency Rental Assistance application period at noon on Monday, August 2, 2021, providing an opportunity for residents in need of rental and utility assistance to apply for relief.
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News
30 - Jul

Fulton County Receives Prestigious Honors from the National Association of Counties

Fulton County is pleased to announce that it has received five National Association of Counties (NACo) awards for outstanding programs in 2021. NACo recognizes efforts by local counties that promote effective and responsible county government programs and initiatives.
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News
29 - Jul

Interested in becoming a member of the Fulton County Boards of Equalization?

Are you a property owner in Fulton County? Do you enjoy interacting with others and making a difference in your community? Are you at least 18 years of age and qualified to serve as a Grand Juror? If all of these are true, you may be interested in becoming a member of the Fulton County Boards of Equalization.
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News
28 - Jul

Fulton County Board of Commissioners Approves $75 Million for Justice System for Backlog Reduction Investment

The Fulton County Board of Commissioners has approved the investment of $75 million to significantly reduce the backlog in cases within the Fulton County Justice system caused by COVID-19.
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News
23 - Jul

Fulton County Police Observe National Night Out

The Fulton County Police Department, in partnership with Fulton County agencies and local neighborhoods, are joining forces with communities across the nation to celebrate and participate in National Night Out 2021.
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News
02 - Aug

Happening in Fulton: Mechanicsville Library Reopening

Fulton County Library System celebrated the re-opening of the 31st library branch in Mechanicsville with a ribbon-cutting ceremony.
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News
02 - Aug

Happening In Fulton: TSPLOST Signing Ceremony

Fulton County held the signing ceremony for the Intergovernmental Agreement (IGA) which is a requirement for the Transportation Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax (TSPLOST) program renewal of 2021 totaling $545.9 million.
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News
30 - Jul

Happening In Fulton: JR DA Graduation

The 2021 class of Fulton County Junior District Attorneys complete their summer session of learning all about the justice system.
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Fulton County

board of Commissioners

Liz Hausmann

District 1
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Liz Hausmann, Fulton County Commissioner representing District 1 in Northeast Fulton which includes the 4 cities east of Georgia 400, Johns Creek, East Alpharetta, East Roswell and Sandy Springs.

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Bob Ellis

District 2
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Bob Ellis is the Commissioner for District 2 which encompasses Milton, Mountain Park and large parts of Alpharetta, Roswell and Sandy Springs.

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Lee Morris

District 3
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Lee Morris is the Commissioner for District 3, which encompasses the southern part of Sandy Springs, all of Buckhead, and parts of Midtown. 

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Natalie Hall

Vice Chair, District 4
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Natalie Hall is Fulton County Commissioner of District 4, which encompasses the heart of Atlanta, downtown, Midtown, Old 4th Ward, and neighborhoods west of downtown Atlanta to Fulton Industrial Boulevard.   
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Marvin S. Arrington JR.

District 5
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Marvin Arrington, Jr. Esq., serves Fulton County as Commissioner of District 5, which encompasses, East Atlanta, East Point, South Fulton, and small parts of Union City and College Park.
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Khadijah Abdur-Rahman

District 6
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Khadijah Abdur-Rahman is the Fulton County Commissioner for District 6, popularly known as “The Mighty6” commission district.

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Fulton County Districts

Fulton County is in the north-central portion of Georgia. As of 2017 estimates, the population was 1,041,423, making it the state's most populous county and its only one with over one million inhabitants.

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District 1 - Liz Hausmann

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District 2 - Bob Ellis

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District 3 - Lee Morris

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District 4 - Natalie Hall

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District 5 - Marvin S. Arrington Jr.

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District 6 - Khadijah Abdur-Rahman

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