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Call 911 when you need to report an incident that is:
If your utilities are out, such as cable, power, phone, etc., contact the company that provides you those services. If you have questions considering inclement weather, road conditions or school closings, listen to a local radio station, tune to local television channels or monitor apps or social media on your mobile device. For general information, dial 311. Never call 911 as a joke.
It is important to stay calm, speak clearly and stay on the line as long as you feel safe and/or until the call-taker tells you to hang up. It might seem that the dispatcher is asking too many questions. It is important for the call taker to get as much information as possible. The information you provide on 911 is relayed to the units that are responding to the incident location.
If you needed police, fire or medical attention, call 911. Call 311 to receive information or to request non-emergency city services.
Most calls for assistance from residential phones will come into the 911 center with a name, telephone number and address. However, the dispatcher will still verify this information to make sure it is correct and that the responding agencies are directed to the proper location.
Wireless or cell phone calls that come in will contain varying information. This information depends on the type of cell phone that you have and whether it is GPS-capable. GPS-capable phones will provide an estimated physical location. The caller name and location are not available to the 911 call taker and will have to be verified. Providing landmarks, mile markers and general location descriptors will help speed a response to your location.
There are other numbers to call in order to receive services:
The non-emergency phone number for the Augusta Richmond County Communications Center is 706-821-1080.
You can request paper copies of dispatch reports and/or 911 audio recordings. They can be requested and released, as long as they are not part of an active investigation. Pursuant to O.C.G.A. § 50-18-71(c) and (d), Augusta-Richmond County is authorized to charge for the costs of producing documents requested. The cost of producing these documents is .10¢ per page and $10 per disc, as well as a charge for the “direct administrative costs for complying with a request under this code section.” This means you will be charged the hourly salary of the lowest paid full-time employee who has the necessary skill and training to perform the request, which is $22.83 per hour. However, you will not be charged for the first fifteen (15) minutes spent on your request. A CD copy will be provided for recording requests.
The 911 Public Information Request form can be found at this link: https://forms.augustaga.gov/Forms/PublicInformationRequest
The request form (if not submitted online) may be mailed or dropped off in person at 911 4th St. Augusta, Ga. 30901 or faxed to 706-821-1243. The 911 Communications Center has 3 business days (72 hours) to acknowledge receipt of the request and to inform you how long it will take to complete the request. (Open Records Act Request: O.C.G.A. 50-18-70.) The E911 Center will take payment in the form of cash only (please bring exact change). You will be provided a receipt for your records.
If a physically disabled voter or a voter 65 years of age or older makes a written request to receive an absentee ballot for the primary, primary runoff, general, or general runoff, he or she will receive ballots without having to ask again by specifically stating on the written request or absentee application the following phrase: ALL BALLOTS. The ALL BALLOTS request will be in effect for the remainder of the regular election cycle and will not apply to Presidential Preference Primaries or Special Elections.
Some ways in which an application for an absentee ballot may be returned include:
• Personal delivery by the voter• By mail• By fax• In a bundle over the counter, by mail, or by fax by a third party on behalf of the voter
AAS responds to all animal related issues, citizens can make a report by phone. Reports may also be submitted online or to the 311 portal
IF IT IS INSIDE, don’t touch it, dead or alive; IF IT IS INSIDE contact AAS immediately; if after hours, contact 911 and inform the dispatcher, that this is an emergency.
August 311 is a division of the Central Services Department that is dedicated to bridging the gap between citizens and the various departments that make up this government body. If you are looking for specific services or information provided by Augusta, GA you can connect with us by using our 311 Web Portal, mobile app or dialing 3-1-1 from any local cellular or landline. Contacting Augusta 311 gives you immediate access to answers and information. If the Customer Service Representative is unable to answer your question on the spot, they are equipped with several resources that can aid in providing an answer.
The web portal is a way for citizens to connect with Augusta 311 24 hours a day/ 7 days a week. By visiting this page you are able to select the type of service you need assistance with. It is important that the request type and address are included because the system bypasses Augusta 311 and forwards the request directly to the department for resolution. Failure to provide this information may delay the request from being assigned to the appropriate department and may ultimately increase the time it takes to complete the request.
Anyone within Richmond County city limits can dial 311 directly, but cellular airtime charges may apply. If you are calling from outside of Richmond County you can reach us by dialing (706) 821-2300.
You can access 311’s web portal 24 hours a day/ 7 days a week
311 provides information and initiates request for non-emergency city services. If Police, Fire or Medical attention is needed ALWAYS dial 9-1-1.
311 provides information and initiates request for non-emergency city services. 211 provides information regarding available health services in the CSRA.
All citizens have the right to remain anonymous as they submit request for services or information, however doing so may limit our ability to respond to your request or ask additional questions if needed.
If you choose to submit a service request via our mobile app or web portal you will be given a service request number after filling out all pertinent information and selecting submit. If you provide an email address before submitting your request you will receive a confirmation email which includes the service request number.
This number is used to track the status of your request by revisiting either the mobile app, web portal or calling 3-1-1. From the mobile app, select “profile” to review all requests that you have submitted. From the web portal select “Track My Request”.
We encourage you to contact 3-1-1 directly to provide both positive and constructive feedback about any City service that was performed. 3-1-1 Customer Service Representatives will make note of your feedback to ensure it is reviewed by all appropriate parties.
Augusta 311 strives to be the central hub of Customer Service for all requests for non-emergency services and information in Richmond County. The office uses call tracking technology and provides these reports to departments on a monthly basis so they can analyze the volume of requests and response times in order to make improvements to information or processes for their area of responsibility. If the Customer Service Representative is unable to answer your question they will put you in contact with the right department or call you back with a resolution.
If you forget your service request number the Customer Service Representative can search for your entry by the address or type of service you requested.
There are three possible status types for service request.
Submitted – This status means that your service request has been created.
Acknowledged – This status means that your service request has been received and assigned to the appropriate department for further review and resolution.
Closed – This status means that your service request addressed by the appropriate department.
The MyAugusta 311 mobile app is a service available to all visitors and citizens of Richmond County. This app allows you to submit service request via your smartphone by simply installing the app, identifying the location of the incident, selecting the appropriate service request type and answering a few questions that pertain to the type of service request you selected.
MyAugusta 311 is a free service that benefits visitors, residents and businesses in Richmond County. There is no charge to request information or a service from Augusta, GA.
There are 60+ service requests available on the mobile app. Augusta 311 will continue to make more services available on the mobile app in the near future.
Yes, the Location Services or GPS needs to be enabled on your smartphone to allow our 311 mobile app to detect your location. The phone’s GPS will identify and auto-populate the location of your request. If you wish to report a concern at a different location other than your current one simply enter the address manually.
Most service requests will be dispatched directly to the responsible department. All request submitted via the mobile app are monitored to ensure they are received by the appropriate department.
After receiving the claim, the Risk Management Department will conduct an impartial investigation to determine if the county is liable. If it is determined that there is liability on behalf of the county, the investigator will begin settlement negotiations to resolve the claim. If a settlement is reached it must be approved by the Augusta-Richmond County Commission prior to the release of a settlement check.
If it is determined that the county is not liable or the parties cannot agree on the amount of damages, the injured party may chose to file suit with the court having jurisdiction of the claim. [Additional Info...]
Open Records Act requests served pursuant to O.C.G.A. §50-18-70 should be sent to Augusta Law Department 535 Telfair Street , Building 3000 Augusta, Georgia 30901 Attn: Paralegal or Legal Assistant. The open records requests may be sent electronically and/or faxed to 706-842-5556. The Georgia Open Records Act, can be found at O.C.G.A. § 50-18-70 through 50-18-76. These code sections can be accessed through the Georgia State Government’s
A FREE Voter ID Card can be issued by the Board of Elections office or the Georgia Department of Driver Services. More information on Georgia's Voter Identification Requirements and obtaining a free Voter Identification Card is available from the Georgia Secretary of State's Website
If you move outside the county in which you are registered to vote within 30 days of an election, you may vote in your old precinct for that election and any ensuing runoff only. If you move outside the county in which you are registered to vote more than 30 days prior to an election, you have lost your eligibility to vote in elections in the county of your old residence. You must register to vote in your new county of residence, and if you did not register to vote in the new county by the deadline, you cannot vote in that particular election.
An autopsy report may take as long as twenty six weeks, depending on the level and type of test being done.
The Augusta Cyber & Robotics Camp is a fun, innovative and hands-on way for a child to explore the fields of Cyber Security and Robotics. Students who attend should demonstrate skills in math and science, with an additional interest in STEM and computers.
The Augusta Cyber and Robotics Camp is broken down into two sessions. Each sessions runs for two weeks. The first week will be the Cyber portion and the second week will the Robotics portion. Students MUST attend each week of each session.
The camp is free to all accepted students and spaces are limited to 30 students per session. Students are selected by a random process.
Each camp will be held at the Augusta Municipal Building, located at 535 Telfair Street, Augusta, Georgia 30901.
Camp hours are 9am-4pm M-F with early drop-off beginning at 8:00am and late pickup by 5:30pm.
Selected applicants will be provided a tee shirt at no cost.
Each child MUST bring their own lunch. Two snacks will be provided daily.
The Augusta Cyber & Robotics Camp is open to rising 6th grade students through 8th grade students who are residents of Richmond County. In order to allow the Augusta Cyber & Robotics Camp to reach more Richmond County students, previous participants will not be accepted.
You may apply here.
We are accepting applications for the Augusta Cyber and Robotics Camp through Friday, May 10, 2019 at 11:59PM.
Once you apply, you will receive an email confirmation.
Applicants who are chosen to participate in the Augusta Cyber & Robotics Camp will receive an email the week of May 18th with instructions on how to proceed.
Applicants with any additional questions may contact Ms. Shelly Good of the City of Augusta Information Technology Department at (706)-821-2522 Monday through Friday between the hours of 8:30am and 5pm.
For additional information, please contact the Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Department
Although dealing with any disaster in the County will be paramount, the continuity of operations of the County Government must be maintained. Our emergency support functions, which include all County agencies, have established contingency plans to maintain operations to the entire County, even those who may not be affected by disaster.
All pre-designated shelters have auxiliary power provided by generators and are ADA accessible. When the determination is made as to which shelter(s) to open, the community will be informed via traditional media, the County’s website, if necessary the Emergency Notification System.
In addition, you should make sure you have an emergency response plan that you have prepared in advance with a friend, neighbor, or family member who can provide assistance to you, in the event of an emergency where you are unable to manage alone.
The goal of hazard mitigation is to decrease the need for response as opposed to simply increasing the response capability.
Make sure you discuss your plans with your loved ones and co-workers and give them copies of your plan. Individuals should prepare an Emergency Response Plan for both the home and office.
Information is available on the Augusta-Richmond County website to assist you in formulating your plan. To further assist you, links are also available to the Department of Homeland Security and the American Red Cross. In an emergency, the County’s website and local TV / radio stations will provide emergency information.
You also want to be prepared to shelter in place for three days (for example, a big snow storm). To shelter comfortably, you will want to have the basics:
Any items you normally use that you would need for three days should an emergency occur should also be included. If you have a pet, you will need three days supply of food and water for each pet. Should you have to evacuate, these supplies should go with you. More extensive lists and information can be found on websites dealing with preparedness, such as Ready.gov.
It is also a very good idea to have a go bag ready in case you have to evacuate either your home or work place. This small bag could include those personal items you would need if you had to leave without any notice as well as copies of financial records, pet’s veterinarian records (pets allowed only in pet designed shelters), extra keys for house and car, cash, spare glasses or other special needs items, such as medications, batteries for assistive devices, and copies of family documents.
For sheltering longer than three days, or if you have to evacuate, you may also want to include blankets and bedding, garbage bags, extra sets of clothes, pet carrier, litter, bags, water for pets, and personal hygiene items with the go-bag items.
Type in your address here. Remember that household trash, recycling, yard waste, and bulky waste all go to the curb on the same day
Is your trash can damaged, or the wheel has come off? Notify us here, or call 311 to make a request for replacement or repair. Please note, that we do not replace cans just because they are dirty or smell bad. We are glad to provide advice on cleaning your can and reducing any odors in the future. Once you make a request for repair, please leave the can at the curb and we will be there within 2 business days.
Please call 311 or submit a request online. This is usually because the material is “out of compliance” in some way. We would like to review your account so that we can provide you specific information to help you as much as possible. Also see: http://www.augustaga.gov/2579/Out-of-Compliance-Information
All recyclables are transported by Augusta staff members to a processor in Columbia, SC. The recyclables do not go into the landfill unless the material is contaminated (wet, mixed with garbage, mixed with food, etc.)
We suggest that you;
Mark street sweeping weeks on your central family calendar or set a reoccurring reminder in your electronic calendar.Organize reminders through your neighborhood association.
Always keep children and pets a safe distance from the sweepers. Do not ride, run or play near the trucks.
Inspections requests must be made at least 24 to 48 hours in advance. Construction inspections must be made at minimum 48 hours in advance. All inspection requests can be made via telephone by calling (706) 821-2929.
Once the plans are approved, a construction permit is issued. An 80% and 100% inspection is required. After the 100% inspection, a certificate of occupancy is issued for a fee of $150.
The Department witnesses sprinkler systems, alarm systems, fire pump, hood suppression system, and underground piping.
For sprinkler plans, submit three sets of plans and one set of hydraulic calculations to the Fire Department. After review and approval, one set will stay with the Fire Department, one set goes to the License and Inspections Department, and one set goes to the job site.
For alarm plans, submit three sets of plans to the Fire Department
1) Submit an informal, written appeal to the GIS Manager within 10 days of receipt of notification
2) If unsatisfied with the decision of the GIS Manager, submit a formal appeal within 15 days including the $150 appeal fee
3) Item will be presented before the Commission for a final decision based on the Ordinance
Currently we cover all areas within Richmond County, but not Fort Gordon. This does include the incorporated areas of Hephzibah and Blythe.
No, numbers posted should be valid 9-1-1 addresses. These numbers are assigned to all structures used as residences or businesses. The address shown on your tax record serves only as a placeholder until IT-GIS approves an address number for emergency purposes.
Notify IT-GIS immediately so that staff can investigate and resolve. Please call (706) 821-2843 or email [email protected]
Yes. Emergency responders normally use structures and mailboxes to locate properties. If the house is more than 50 feet from the road or obstructed, the number must be displayed at the road as well as near an entry door. Mailboxes are suitable for this requirement – be sure the address number is posted on both sides.
Yes, International Building Code (IBC) requires that all structures be identified with an address number. In addition to that requirement, Augusta requires all homes and businesses more than 50 feet from the road to also post the number at the road/driveway. Any numbers posted at the road should be visible from both directions (for example, on both sides of the mailbox).
IT-GIS establishes a unique address for each structure based on the Addressing Ordinance. Unique addresses improve emergency response time and save lives. Your address may change if it does not comply with the Addressing Ordinance. Some reasons an address may change include:1) Inconsistent with the addressing scheme or out of sequence with neighboring properties2) Uses the same number as another structure3) Number was improperly assigned previously
Your address will become effective as of the date listed on the letter (usually 30 days from the date of notice). All posted numbers need to be physically changed by that date. Mail should be changed within the 30 days to ensure you continue to receive your mail properly. The Post Office will allow a period of time for change-over where they will continue to deliver to both your old and your new address, which should allow adequate time for you to update your address.
Unfortunately, Augusta cannot pay for personal address change costs. IT-GIS will notify you via mail when to begin using your new address. If you have any difficulty changing your address, the entity you are contacting may use the letter sent to you as proof of address change. If further assistance is required, please contact our office at (706) 821-2843 or [email protected].
Unfortunately, Augusta cannot pay for personal address change costs. IT-GIS will notify you via mail when to begin using your new address. If you have any difficulty changing your address, the entity you are contacting may use the letter sent to you as proof of address change. If further assistance is required, please contact our office at (706) 821-2843 or [email protected]
While we do understand the significant impact such a change could have, Augusta has adopted an addressing system to adhere to national emergency standards. If the decision of the Addressing official is not favorable, the following steps should be taken:
1) Submit an informal, written appeal to the GIS Manager within 10 days of receipt of notification.
2) If unsatisfied with the decision of the GIS Manager, submit a formal appeal within 15 days, including the $150 appeal fee.
3) Item will be presented before the Augusta Commission for a final decision based on the Addressing Ordinance.
a. Property may be purchased from a tax delinquent owner or developer;b. Property may be donated by a property owner;c. Property may be conveyed by Augusta-Richmond County in connection with a tax foreclosure; ord. The ALGBA may request a judicial foreclosure on the property and then bid on the property at the foreclosure.
All other business pay based on your gross revenue for the period of October 1st of previous year to September 30th of current year
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* Commercial Renovations: For commercial renovation projects: any contractor who desires to construct, enlarge, alter, repair, move, demolish, or change the occupancy of a building or structure, or to erect, install, enlarge, alter, repair, remove, convert or replace any electrical, gas, mechanical or plumbing system must obtain a permit.
* An application for a permit for any proposed work shall be deemed to have been abandoned unless the work authorized by such permit is commenced with 6 months after the date of filing for the permit.
* Temporary Structures: A special building permit for a limited time shall be obtained before the erection of temporary structures such as construction sheds, seats, canopies, tents and fences used in construction work or for temporary purposes such as reviewing stands. Tents and membrane structures having an area in excess of 200 sq ft and canopies in excess of 400 sq ft shall not be erected, operated or maintained for any purpose without first obtaining a permit and approval from the Fire Marshall’s office. The contact number is (706) 821-2513.
* Free-Standing, Building Mounted, Directional or Off-Premise Signs require a permit. The Off-Premise signs require approval of the Zoning Administrator (Planning Commission-525 Telfair Street) and Building Official. All signs must comply with the International Building Code and the National Electrical Code. Inspection of signs is required. If sign is illuminated, an electrical permit is required.
2.Electrical. Plumbing, Gas and Mechanical Permits:
A permit is required for all Electrical, Plumbing, Gas and Mechanical projects. All new installation and repair work requires a permit. Minor repairs can be made to these systems without a permit - as determined by the Building Official. All permits must be obtained prior to commencement of work to avoid penalties.
Commercial requirements: back flow prevention, landscape approval, Fire Marshall’s approval, and all permits & inspections must be purchased and approved.
Residential requirements: all permits must be purchased, all inspections must be approved, a termite letter and blower door test & certificate must be received.
Once the building is approved, it will be issued the new DCA Re-Manufacture Insignia to be placed on the building. Please call (706) 312-5050 to request a plan examiner e-mail you the DCA approved list of third party inspectors and explain the process in more detail.
You must live at the address used for the home business and be the homeowner or have notarized written permission from the owner. There is a one-time fee of $150.00, and the staff will assist you in filling out the necessary paperwork.
You must provide the following information:
• A brief detailed description of the business and/or service to be provided• A picture of the interior space to be used as the home office• A picture of any equipment used in the operation of the home based business if a service is provided away from the home office. i.e. landscape or construction trailer• A picture of any on-site vehicle parking or enclosed storage area used for the home based business
Should you not meet the above standards, a home based business might be approved by the Board of Zoning Appeals. We accept all forms of payment including electronic transactions. Board of Zoning Appeals
Manufactured Home Permits/Requirements Additional information.
ii. Home has public sewerage or applicant has a letter of approval from the Richmond County Board of Health
iii. Home is not in the floodplain iv. Applicant must provide proof of application for registration from the Georgia Department of Human Resources Day Care Licensing Unit
v. The lot on which the family day care home would be located is 10,000 square feet in area or greater vi. Hours of operation would not be greater than 6:00 A.M. to 8:00 P.M.
vii. No persons listed with Richmond County Sex Offenders Registry reside within 1,000 feet of the property
For additional information and to have the 1200 foot search conducted please contact Planning and Development at 706-821-1796. Please note if you do not meet the above listed criteria you may petition for a Special Exception, please see Zoning-Rezoning on the Planning and Development website for more information.
MAXIMUM APPROVED RATES
(Effective March 29, 2012)
(Sales Tax Update April 18, 2013)
$2.65 Drop First 1/6th Mile
.40 Each 1/6th Mile
ALL FARES ARE SUBJECT TO 8 % SALES TAX
(GA. SALES TAX, SPLOST, T-SPLOST)
TO AND FROM AUGUSTA REGIONAL AIRPORT BUSH FIELD
TO AND FROM AUGUSTA NATIONAL / WASHINGTON RD / DANIEL FIELD
OUT OF TOWN TRIPS TO AIRPORTS
A written proposal for a qualifying project that is received by a local government and is not in response to any request for proposal for a qualifying project issued by a local government.
A “qualifying project” as defined broadly under the PPFIA. Specifically, the PPFIA defines a “qualifying project” as any project selected in response to a request for a local government or submitted by a private entity as an unsolicited proposal in accordance with the PPFIA and subsequently reviewed and approved by a local government, within its sole discretion, as meeting a public purpose or public need.
Projects involving generation of electric energy or sale, communications services, cable and video services and water reservoir projects.
A valid unsolicited proposal must-
Please visit http://www.augustaga.gov/679/Procurement for more information.
Only proposals complying with the requirements of these guidelines and the PPFIA that contain sufficient information for a meaningful evaluation and that are provided in an appropriate format shall be considered by Augusta, Georgia for further review. If any information necessary to make a meaningful evaluation is missing, Augusta, Georgia may request such information from the proposer. Unsolicited proposals may be subject to the Open Records Act.
Yes, there is a cost (fee)
The initial proposal-processing fee is $100.00 and a cashier's check in this amount must accompany all Unsolicited Proposals. This fee is charged to offset the cost of the initial proposal-processing review, and is non-refundable regardless of whether or not the proposal is determined to merit further consideration. This amount is subject to annual adjustment to reflect inflation or in response to market conditions. The current fee will be updated as necessary and available on Augusta, Georgia's website.
The detailed evaluation fee applies only to proposals that are determined to merit further consideration. At such time, that Augusta, Georgia reaches such a determination, the proposer will be notified, and the amount of the detailed evaluation fee identified. In response to this notification, the proposer may pay the detailed evaluation fee to proceed with the procurement process, or withdraw its proposal from further consideration without incurring any additional cost or obligation.
The amount of the detailed evaluation fee will vary with the estimated cost of the proposed project, product, or service, as described in the table below, to reflect the degree of complexity of the proposed project and the corresponding level of effort associated with the detailed evaluation.
DETAILED EVALUATION FEE
$1 Million -
$500 Million - $1 Billion
Proponents are expected to meet their own costs as proposals progress through the various stages of the process.
Time Period. Unsolicited proposals for qualifying projects will be received by the Augusta, Georgia. Proposals will be received by 3:00 PM Monday thru Friday beginning on the first business day of JANUARY and ending on the last business day of MARCH of each year. Such unsolicited proposals shall be in writing and shall be delivered to:
The Director of Procurement
Augusta Procurement Department
535 Telfair Street - Room 605
Augusta, Georgia 30901
Format for Submissions. Unsolicited proposals shall contain, at a minimum, the following information: (a) a project description, (b) a project feasibility statement, (c) a proposed project schedule, (d) a project financing plan, (e) a business case statement that shall include a basic description of any direct and indirect benefits that the private entity can provide in delivering the project, including relevant cost, quality, methodology, and process for identifying the project and time frame data, (f) a description of any anticipated public support or opposition, (g) qualifications and experience (h) names and addresses of persons who may be contact and (i) any additional information as the local government may reasonably request to comply with the requirements of the PPFIA. Proposals should be prepared simply and economically, providing a concise description of the proposer’s capabilities to complete the proposed qualifying project and the benefits to be derived from the project by the local government. Such proposals may also include any additional pertinent information as determined by the proposer.
Please visit: http://www.augustaga.gov/unsolicitedproposal
Under Senate Bill 59 of the Guide states that proposals for projects where a tender process has formally commenced, whether published or not, are unlikely to be considered.
No, Augusta’s Procurement Department will receive all proposals.
An unsolicited proposal can be a valuable means for communicating innovative ideas to Augusta, Georgia. If a proposal does not satisfy the assessment criteria set out in the Guide but Augusta sees merit in the proposal (or similar), the government may consider offering delivery of the proposal to the market.
In the event that a competitive tender process is considered appropriate, the government will respect any intellectual property of the proponent. The proponent may participate in any procurement process.
Please review the following sections in the Augusta, Code for more details:
SEC. 1-10-72 Request for Proposals
SEC. 1-10-73 Procedures for Posting and Publishing Notice of the Opportunity to offer competing proposals
The timeframe for each stage of the unsolicited proposals process is subject to the complexity of the proposal and the number of stakeholders involved.
For the purposes of evaluating a proposal, proponents should complete the required information as listed in stages one and two of the Guidelines and review the Augusta, Georgia Code.
Please visit: http://www.augustaga.gov/unsolicitedproposal
No, there is no minimum monetary threshold for proposals that can be assessed. All innovative proposals that address the assessment criteria under the Guide will be considered.
All unsolicited proposals submitted are confidential unless they reach Stage III of the process where brief details of the proposal will be published on Augusta, Georgia website. However, please note “Georgia Open Records Act” may apply.
See Augusta Code: Sec. 1-10-71 Procedures for Determining Release of Information in Unsolicited Proposal Georgia Open Record Act
Augusta will respect any intellectual property of proponents throughout all stages of the unsolicited proposals process.
Proponents are able to submit any additional documentation or material with their unsolicited proposal application, provided that such material is relevant to addressing the questions raised in the Schedule of Information Requirements.
Proponents that are unsuccessful in Phase 2 of the unsolicited proposals process will be given reasons on why Augusta, Georgia has decided not to proceed with their proposal. Feedback will be in accordance with the assessment criteria outlined in the Guidelines.
Proponents are forbidden to contact personnel within the government during the assessment of their proposal, other than the Procurement Director as stated in Question number 14.
From Savannah: I-16 North to Statesboro then Hwy 25 North to Augusta; Turn left on to Tobacco Rd.; RCCI on left.
Visitors are not permitted to wear shorts or revealing clothing to the visitation area. Visitors who arrive and are not in the proper attire will be denied admittance. Kissing / hugging are permitted when entering and exiting the visitation area only. All visitors over the age of 16 years old are required to present identification before admission.
No personal item may be given to an inmate during visitation. You may bring change (money) to the visitation area to use the vending machines.
Inmates at other institutions must go through their assigned Counselors to obtain a transfer.
Cash money and personal checks are not allowed and will be returned to the sender!
Georgia’s new law (effective July 1st, 2013), now refers to expungement as “record restriction.” Record restriction increased the type of cases that were available for restriction. Record restriction means that eligible records on your criminal history report are restricted from public view. Yet the records are available to law enforcement for criminal justice and employment purposes.
Most cases that are closed without conviction are eligible for restriction. This includes charges that are closed by the arresting agency, dismissed, Nolle prossed or placed on the “dead docket.” Verdicts of not guilty may also be restricted.
There are some exceptions to the above rules. If those exceptions apply to your application we will explain why your application was not eligible for restriction.
A very narrow class of convictions may be restricted. We call these offenses Youthful Offender convictions. For arrests occurring after July 1st2013 certain misdemeanor convictions that occurred before turning twenty-one (21) may be eligible for restriction. One requirement is that after your conviction you have not been charged with any other crime, (excluding minor traffic offenses) for five (5) years before the record may be restricted.The following convictions do not qualify as a Youth Offender conviction:
You must apply separately for each arrest.
Please submit the application to the best of your ability. If we need further information we will contact you. You may also go to the Augusta Richmond County Clerk’s Office for assistance in determining your case disposition.
The Conditional Discharge Act (O.C.G.A. § 16-13-2) allows for drug offenders to plead guilty and if they successfully complete the sentence, the case is discharged without a conviction. These cases are eligible for record restriction.
Yes, cases that are discharged after successful completion of a drug court, mental health court or veterans court program are eligible for record restriction. To qualify for restriction, you must have no arrests, other than minor traffic offenses, within the last five (5) years.
Yes, charges dismissed after successfully completing a pretrial intervention or pretrial diversion program qualify for restriction.
Dead Dockets which have sat dormant for at least twelve (12) months may be eligible for record restriction. If you are not sure of the Dead Docket status please submit the application and we will inform you if you qualify for record restriction.
No, you do not need an attorney to obtain a restriction.
The application and Record Restriction Summit are free.
Please contact the program coordinator at the facility of your choice for further instructions.
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*Flooding in downtown and inundation of sections of neighborhoods adversely impacts residents and businesses, and threatens public health.*Degraded infrastructure failings such as Patterson Bridge, Colony Park and Mims Road are evidence that the system is aging and rehabilitation is needed.*The City receives more than 3,000 stormwater drainage system calls each year, most requesting additional routine maintenance. At stake is the preservation of property values, among other concerns.
These credits are:1. A fully functioning and cleaned detention pond with maintenance records : 40% deduction.2. Fully functioning water quality devices, with appropriate maintenance records: 15% deduction.3. A current state industrial permit, with all required paperwork: 5% deduction.4. Design of detention facilities to reduce the peak flow 10% below required post-development (required in Rock, Raes, and Rocky Creek Basins): 5% deduction.
To apply for a credit, please visit the Stormwater website and download the credit application manual. A registered Professional Engineer must submit the documents on your behalf. Stormwater credits applied for an received in 2016 will be applied retroactively to 2016 bills.
To download the Stormwater credit manual, go to http://www.augustaga.gov/stormwater and click on the "Stormwater Credit Manual" link on the left-hand side. Stormwater Credit Manual
If it is a Misdemeanor / Traffic case, please call the Richmond County Solicitor’s Office at (706) 821-1220.
If it is a Civil / Domestic Case, please call your attorney or call the office of the judge assigned to your case.
After hours or on weekends call the Sheriff's Dept. Dispatch at (706) 821-1080.
If it is on a metal pole call us (706) 821-1829.
No. Certain, more serious violations require a court appearance. Serious violations are charges that do not appear on the Traffic Violations Bureau Bond Order. Click here to see the
You may demand a trial. If you do, your case will be forwarded to the Solicitor General's Office to be handled as a misdemeanor prosecution. You must appear on the court date set out in the citation you were given to enter a not guilty jury or bench trial demand. You will receive a notice thereafter from the Solicitor General's Office notifying you of a formal arraignment date and time. You will then be sent a notice of your trial date. The Solicitor General's Office contact number is (706) 821-1220.
You must come into our office to establish a new account. Our hours of operation are from 8:30 AM- 5:00 PM, Monday through Friday.
The Augusta Utilities Department offers same day service if service is requested by 2pm.
Applicants must provide the following:
We offer electronic check or credit card payments by phone and online including re-occurring online montly payments payments at Pay Your Water Sewer Bill Online. Other branch also at 3463 Peach Orchard Rd STE B, Augusta, GA 30906 and 452 Walker St, Suite 101, Augusta, GA, 30901.