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    Powder Springs-based businesses, nonprofits eligible for grant funds (Updated Oct. 19)

    The City of Powder Springs has reopened its application process for its Small Business Grant Program, which will award grants of up to $5,000 to qualifying businesses and nonprofits that apply before the Nov. 5 deadline. Read on...
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    City department heads highlight Powder Springs projects for 2022 SPLOST

    The pennies that add up from a 1-percent sales tax would go toward expanding parks, improving downtown parking, resurfacing city streets and more if Cobb voters renew the tax in the Nov. 3 election. Read on...
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    Applications for housing, utility assistance for residents financially affected by COVID-19 now open

    The Financial Assistance Program is aimed at residents negatively impacted due to employer shutdowns, furloughs, school closures, layoffs or illness during the pandemic. The one-time assistance can cover up to three months of mortgage/rent and utilities. Read on...
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    Gov. Kemp extends COVID-19 order, public health state of emergency (updated Oct. 19)

    Kemp's latest extension on current COVID-19 restrictions makes minimal changes to sections on industry, commerce, organizations and nonprofits. Click to find the latest executive order and links to past orders. Read on...
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    Powder Springs Community Videos Coming Soon

    We're partnering with CGI Communications to produce several videos about our amazing city! View Video Here
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