Augusta Animal Services has posted "Important Things You Need to Know Regarding New Animal Ordinances" that are effective January 1, 2017.
The February 21, 2017 Commission Meeting is now available on demand for viewing. Click the following link to view it.
Augusta Mayor Hardie Davis, Jr. announces his Mayor’s Office Hours meeting for residents of the 4th District. The Mayor’s Office Hours program is an opportunity for Augusta residents to talk with Mayor Davis, Commissioners, and governm...
The February 14, 2017 Committee Meeting is now available on demand for viewing. Click the following link to view it.
Staff from the Augusta Recreation & Parks Department presented recommendations on Special Events during a strategic workshop on Tuesday, Feb. 7, from 1 – 2 p.m. Discussions focused on survey results covering five facilities and the types of ...
The February 7, 2017 Commission Meeting is now available on demand for viewing. Click the following link to view it.
Mayor Hardie Davis, members of the Augusta Commission, Administrator Janice Allen Jackson and city staff are saddened at the death of Sgt. Greg Meagher of the Richmond County Sheriff's Office. The officer was apparently overcome by chemical fumes...
The Augusta Commission will hold various Work Sessions over the next couple of months. For more information on these Work Sessions,
The Animal Services department is now taking applications for the new required Pet License Registration. This is a new requirement starting January 1, 2017. You may register your pet now
Notice of application for National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permits for discharges from Municipal Separate Storm Sewer Systems (MS4s) to the waters of the State of Georgia.
Persistent dry conditions have prompted the Georgia Environmental Protection Division (EPD) to recommend to Governor Deal that a Level 1 Drought be declared in 58 counties, including Richmond. Simultaneously, EPD recommended elevating 52 counties that had...
Did you know it's against the law to blow leaves and grass clippings into the roadway? It causes storm drains to become clogged, flooding our roads and harming our waterways.
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In celebration of Fair Housing Month, the City of Augusta’s Department of Housing & Community Development is holding a Fair Housing Poster Design Contest from January 30– March 10, 2017.
Effective March 1, 2017, there will be changes to the Planning & Development fee schedule. For a complete list of those changes, please view the following revised fee schedule. Any questions concerning these changes, please contact...
Do you record maps, plats or plans? If so, effective January 1, 2017, the filing process in the state of Georgia has changed. HB 1004 of the 2016 legislative session, relating to cou...
The Concealed Carry Permit Price is $77.50 (Cash Only).
Tree work and removal will be happening today at the Lock and Dam Park. Park patrons are advised to stay clear of all work and equipment. For questions comments or concerns contact Gary Hegner at Recreation and Parks Administration office. (706) 796-5025
Come out and join us on Saturday, February 25th as we cut the ribbon on the new Pickleball Courts at PKP! Ceremony begins at 10:00 AM followed by Mini Clinics, demonstrations and more!
Wanna be part of Augusta rollin' the green carpet for St. Patrick's Day...become a vendor!! For more information, please visit the Special Events page under Vendor Information to download all you need to register.
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Fenwick St between Thirteenth St and Eleventh St will be closed immediately for an emergency sink whole repair. A detour route is in place. The road will be closed until repairs are complete. Any question call the Augusta Engineering Department.