Electric Vehicle Charging Station in Downtown Dahlonega

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The City of Dahlonega is committed to promoting electric vehicle usage and charging stations. The EV Charging Station project is a step forward in supporting sustainability, reducing CO2 emissions, and demonstrating to electric vehicle owners they can visit, commute, or run errands around Dahlonega without worrying about running out of power away from home.  

The unit is conveniently located next to Dahlonega’s most popular shopping, dining, and lodging destinations. Users can search "Dahlonega, GA" HERE for the location, availability, and pricing of the station.

Visit the Dahlonega Downtown Development Authority and Main Street Program's website HERE for more information on parking in Downtown Dahlonega.

Parking Spaces for Electric Vehicles Ordinance 2015-2

 
Public Hearing Notice State of Georgia’s Annual Action Plan Federal Fiscal Year 2015/State Fiscal Year 2016

The Georgia Department of Community Affairs (DCA) is currently preparing the Federal Fiscal Year 2015 Annual Action Plan that details how the State proposes to use the resources during the State Fiscal Year 2016, which begins July 1, 2015 – June 30, 2016.

The Plan covers the federal funded programs requirements from the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) through the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG); HOME Investment Partnerships (HOME); Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG); and the Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA) Programs. The Consolidated Plan describes Georgia's existing housing conditions and how state, local, private and federal resources will be used to address the identified needs during that five year period.

A key component in the successful development of the Annual Action Plan is the citizen participation process through which the State receives public input and direction on the state's housing and community development needs. The State has scheduled three public hearings to solicit citizen input. Download more information HERE.

 
McCullough Receives Certificate of Excellence

14494448741 b5671eb7fa oDahlonega Mayor Gary McCullough received the prestigious Certificate of Excellence from the Georgia Municipal Training Institute at the Georgia Municipal Association's (GMA) 81st Annual Convention in Savannah on June 23.

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Clemons Receives Certificate of Achievement

14311213718 f3a25b22a7 oDahlonega Councilmember Michael Clemons received the prestigious Certificate of Achievement from the Georgia Municipal Training Institute at the Georgia Municipal Association's (GMA) 81st Annual Convention in Savannah on June 23. He was also recognized for completing the annual Robert E. Knox, Jr. Municipal Leadership Institute.

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City Announces Expanded Residential Recycling Program

Dahlonega Recycling LogoThe City of Dahlonega announces an agreement with Sanitation Solutions that will propel the City into a new era of residential recycling. The agreement will allow residents to recycle more materials than before.

Customers now have the opportunity to recycle 35 different items through the traditional curbside pickup. Recyclables that can now be placed in the bins include: aluminum, cardboard, glass, junk mail, plastic, magazines, newspaper and a variety of paper. Residents will receive mailers that describe the expansion of the recycling program and include easy-to-understand illustrations of what they can recycle and how. The expanded recycling program will make it easier for residents to recycle more and is an important step toward the City's goals of becoming a greener place to live, work, and play.

Download a Know What to Throw Guide for recycling in Dahlonega.

Curbside recycling makes if easy and convenient to recycle. The list below is your guide to recycling in Dahlonega. Place all materials in one container without a bag and we will sort & separate for you!

PLASTIC
Plastic soda and water bottles (#1)
Milk jugs (#2)
Plastic detergent bottles (#2)
Plastic bottles (#3 – 7)
GLASS
Glass bottles
Glass jars
METAL
Aluminum beverage containers
Aluminum baking tins
Aluminum food containers
Steel food containers
Empty aerosol cans
Clean metallic lids
CARD/PAPERBOARD
Cardboard boxes (broken down)
Pizza boxes
Paperboard
Cereal boxes
Tissue boxes
Paper towel cores
Tissue paper cores
Soda and beer cartons
Shoe boxes
PAPER
Discarded mail
Greeting cards
Envelopes
Craft paper
Paper grocery bags
Shopping and lunch bags – paper
Magazines and shopping catalogs
Newspapers and inserts
Computer paper
Old phone directories
Paperback books
Calendars
School papers
Carbonless forms – paper
ITEMS NOT CURRENTLY ACCEPTED
Ceramics
Dishes
Electronics
Food waste
Hazardous waste containers
Light bulbs
Mirrors
Motor oil containers
Plastic grocery bags
Styrofoam
Window glass
Yard waste

Under the new program, recyclables will be picked up each Friday beginning August 8.

For additional information on materials accepted and to request a recycling bin contact City Hall, (706) 864-6133.

 
Hoffman Receives Certificate of Achievement

dsc 0021Dahlonega Councilmember Bruce Hoffman received the prestigious Certificate of Achievement from the Georgia Municipal Training Institute at the Georgia Municipal Association's (GMA) 81st Annual Convention in Savannah on June 23.

The Georgia Municipal Training Institute, a cooperative effort of GMA and the University of Georgia's Carl Vinson Institute of Government, provides a nationally recognized series of training opportunities for elected city officials. To receive a Certificate of Achievement, a city official must complete a minimum of 72 units of credit, including six courses from the required list. The training program consists of a series of more than 40 courses.

"This is an outstanding achievement," said GMA Executive Director Lamar Norton. "We commend Councilmember Hoffman for this accomplishment and for the dedication he's shown in using this valuable resource to become a more effective city official."

Based in Atlanta, GMA is a voluntary, non-profit organization that provides legislative advocacy, research, training, employee benefit and technical consulting services to its 500 member cities.

 
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