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    City Hall holiday closings

    City Hall has scheduled its closures for the Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year's holidays. Read on...
  2. The front of Powder Springs City Hall with trees in bloom.

    City offices to be closed to public starting Nov. 23

    To protect public health, city offices will be closed to the public starting Monday, Nov. 23, though staff members who directly serve citizen needs will remain available to the public via phone and email from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mondays through Fridays. Read on...
  3. Powder Springs sanitation workers wearing PPE 4-20-20

    Sanitation Department Thanksgiving Holiday Schedule

    Sanitation routes for the week of Thanksgiving will be affected. See how your schedule will be affected. Read on...
  4. Red toy house placed on table on top of a pile of coins

    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 Nov. 16)

    Kemp's latest order renews current COVID-19 restrictions through Nov. 30, 2020. Click to find the latest executive order and links to past orders. Read on...
  6. Powder Springs Mayor, Al Thurman seated at his desk.

    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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