County Public Arts Committee sponsoring fire hydrant art contest for high school students
Fayette County, Georgia, March 6, 2015 – The Fayette County Public Arts Committee looks for ways to bring public art to the citizens of the county, but one of the most important duties of the committee is getting the citizens involved in creating art.
Inspired by an idea used in several communities across the nation, the committee is announcing the first ever Fayette County Fire Hydrant Art Competition for all Fayette County high school students. This spring, selected fire hydrants near all public high schools throughout Fayette County will be available for student artists to paint. The goal of this program is to embrace the artistic talents of local student artists and placing their creative artwork on public display throughout the community. . . Read more.
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WE NEED YOUR INPUT...
Fayette County Health Department wants to know your opinion about our community health and quality of life. We plan to use the information to develop a community health improvement plan so that we may serve you better. Click HERE to complete the survey.
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The Region’s Plan Phase II Survey – Now online.
In the summer of 2014, the Atlanta Regional Commission (ARC) conducted a survey asking how to prepare for the population growth expected by 2040. In Phase II, ARC is asking how the region should address a future of rapid change and innovation, focusing on new technologies that may impact where and how we travel and live over the next 25 years. Visit http://www.atlantaregional.com/theregionsplan to view the results from Phase I and to complete the Phase II survey. The survey will be open until March 31.
Input gathered by the survey will help ARC update The Region’s Plan, targeted for adoption in March 2016. Data will also be sorted by jurisdiction, so the survey will help define what is important to Fayette. Please participate and share with others so Fayette’s voice is heard.
Fayette County Building Permits & Inspections will have exciting changes taking place 9/16/2014. We are implementing our Citizen Access Portal (CAP) and Interactive Voice Response (IVR) system. Please continue to check our department’s web page for additional information.
FAYETTE COUNTY BURN PERMIT PROCESS HAS CHANGED
Effective October 1, 2014, the Fayette County Department of Fire and Emergency Services will change the method by which residents of unincorporated Fayette County, Tyrone, Brooks, and Woolsey will acquire outdoor burn permits. Historically, residents in those areas would call the automated burn permit line to secure a burn permit. As of October 1, that method of acquiring burn permits will no longer be available. The department has developed an online permit process that will quickly allow residents the ability to secure and print a permit that will be valid for the day in which the resident wishes to burn. This permit process does not include those living in the city limits of Fayetteville, and Peachtree City…read more.