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College Park City Hall
Meeting of Mayor and Council - Monday, Aug 2, 2021
08/02/2021
The next meeting of the Mayor and Council for the City of College Park will be Monday, July 19, 2021 inside City Hall Council Chambers.
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Fulton County's Rental Assistance Reopens
08/02/2021
Fulton County Government relaunched its COVID-19 Emergency Rental Assistance application period at noon on Monday, August 2, 2021, providing an opportunity for residents in need of rental and utility assistance to apply for relief.
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CP Police Chief Finalists - Postponed
07/28/2021
The “Public Forum” scheduled for Monday, August 2, 2021 evening at 6pm has been postponed. Additional details on the rescheduled Public Forum will be announced at a later date.
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Request for Variance - Naturally Fresh Blvd.
Variance Application - Naturally Fresh
06/29/2021
A new industrial distribution facility is being proposed along Naturally Fresh Blvd. in College Park. Variance application has been filed; public comments are welcomed through July 29, 2021.
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City of College Park Selected to Tackle Vacant Properties at Leadership Institute
City of College Park Selected to Tackle Vacant Properties at Leadership Institute
06/22/2021
The City of College Park is one of twelve cities across four states that have been selected to send a delegation to the 2022 Vacant Property Leadership Institute (VPLI), a training program focused on equipping leaders with the skills to address vacant, abandoned, and deteriorated properties for the benefit of their communities. Made possible through the generous support of the Wells Fargo Foundation, VPLI is a joint initiative of the Center for Community Progress (Community Progress) and National League of Cities (NLC).
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Comprehensive Plan
Comprehensive Plan Focus Groups
05/14/2021
As College Park engages its comprehensive plan, there will be Zoom sessions for stakeholders to participate. First items for discussion include transportation and housing.
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Mayor and Council
Council Meeting 5.17.21
05/12/2021
Our next Council Meeting will be held May 17, 2021. This will be a teleconference/video meeting that will broadcast via Facebook Live, Twitter and YouTube Live.
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EPA
College Park Receives U.S. EPA Brownfield Grant
05/12/2021
The City of College Park announces, in tandem with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), it has been awarded multiple grants for the third time, dedicated to environmental enhancements. Totaling nearly $1.5M for the City, College Park has incrementally increased its grant awards year over year, from $300k in 2017, to $1.3M in 2019 and now, just under $1.5M, including an $800k Multi-use Brownfields Grant, $300k Brownfields Assessment Grant and a $395k Brownfields Cleanup Grant.
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Arizona Murder Suspect Recaptured in College Park
Arizona Murder Suspect Recaptured in College Park
04/30/2021
recaptured in College Park. J’Saan Carlos Strover had been on the run since early Thursday morning after breaking free from two Maricopa County, Arizona law enforcement officers at the rental car facility while being transported to Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport.
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College Park Public Works
College Park Seeks New Public Works Director
04/15/2021
The City of College Park announced today that it is seeking a new director for its Public Works Department.
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“Kuz” Returns to City of College Park as Interim Chief
Thomas Kuzniacki Named Interim Police Chief
04/06/2021
The City of College Park, Ga., has announced that Thomas Kuzniacki, “Kuz,” has returned to his line of duty within the City’s police department and will serve as interim police chief. Kuz was a 25-year department veteran with the City of College Park, serving as assistant police chief, before retiring in 2011
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Closing Early For Easter
City Hall to Close Early on Friday, April 2
03/30/2021
College Park city hall operations will close at 1pm on Friday, April 2; online services will continue to be available.
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Business License Renewal Deadline
03/23/2021
Business license renewals are due on or before March 31, 2021. College Park business owners are urged to contact the renewal office if you need an appointment. (404) 767-1537 - ext. 1006
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Fulton County's Covid-19 Rental Assistance Pgm
Fulton County's Covid-19 Rental Assistance Pgm
03/01/2021
Fulton County Government has launched a COVID-19 Emergency Rental Assistance Program to aid eligible households in need of rental and utility assistance.
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Airport Noise Town Hall
Public Awareness On Airport Noise - Town Hall Mtg.
02/22/2021
Rep. Kim Schofield (GA House Dist. 60) and College Park Councilman Ambrose Clay will host a primer on airport noise Wednesday, Feb. 24 at 6:00PM.
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Federal Covid-19 Rental Assistance Pgm
02/19/2021
Fulton County is preparing to launch a COVID-19 rental and utility assistance program based on an $18 million federal funding award through the U.S. Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021.
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College Park is a Certified City of Ethics
02/17/2021
The City of College Park was recognized as a certified city of ethics at the Georgia Municipal Association’s (GMA) virtual Cities United Summit on Jan. 25.
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Federal Aviation Administration
FAA to Hold Webinar - Aviation Noise, Research
02/17/2021
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) will hold a public webinar to present its recently-released Noise Research Portfolio and Neighborhood Environmental Survey on Monday, Feb. 22, 2021, at 6:00 p.m. ET.
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GICC Begins Covid-19 Vaccinations
02/16/2021
Georgia Governor Brian Kemp joins Mayor Bianca Motley Broom to tour the GICC, Fulton County's newest Covid-19 vaccine site.
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College Park City Hall
College Park Limits Access To City Hall
02/12/2021
Due to Covid-19 concerns, access to city hall is limited to appointment only, beginning Monday, February 15, 2021.
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Georgia International Convention Center
GICC Becomes Covid-19 Vaccination Location
02/10/2021
College Park’s Georgia International Convention Center has been selected as a Covid-19 vaccination location
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Neighborhood Watch Program
College Park Neighborhood Watch Program
01/22/2021
The city of College Park is seeking to launch a neighborhood watch program to create a safer community by working with the College Park Police Department.
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CP Mayor Appointed to NLC Committee
01/14/2021
College Park Mayor Bianca Motley Broom has been appointed to the National League of Cities Community and Economic Development Federal Advocacy Committee. She'll advise the NLC in its federal agenda and policy priorities.
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2021 Calendar - Download Now!
01/08/2021
College Park's 2021 calendar is now downloadable; the one-page version offers an easy, quick view of the calendar year.
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Mercedes Miller Named Interim City Manager
01/05/2021
The City of College Park has announced Mercedes Miller will serve as interim City Manager as of January 1, 2021. She takes over the role of Terrence Moore, who served as College Park City Manager for seven years,
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College Park Covid Testing
Covid-19 Testing in College Park
01/04/2021
College Park's free Covid-19 testing will occur every Wednesday and Thursday in January. 11AM - 4PM. New testing procedures will be administered; results should be available within 2 - 5 days.
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Santa is Coming
Santa Claus is Coming to Town!
12/16/2020
Santa is coming to town, along with Mrs. Claus and Mayor Bianca Motley Broom!
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Dr. Dwight L. Baker
Dr. Dwight L. Baker - College Park's New H-R Director
12/14/2020
College Park has a new Director of Human Resources. Dr. Dwight L. Baker now leads the department.
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College Park Coat Drive
12/11/2020
Are you looking to become a helping hand to our Community? Well, you can help by donating to our 2020 College Park Coat Drive!
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Clearly College Park
FY 2021 EPA Brownfields Cleanup Grant
10/02/2020
The City of College Park intends to apply for a FY 2021 EPA Brownfields Cleanup Grant to clean up and address environmental impacts at the Main Street Assemblage (3303, 3317, & 3321 Main Street and 1747 Mercer Avenue).
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City of College Park
College Park Virtual Court Proceedings
09/11/2020
The City of College Park, Georgia has incorporated a virtual process to conduct court proceedings. iCourt - Your Virtual Hearing Software is now being used. Click here for more information.
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Planning Commission Meeting
Planning Commission Meeting
08/31/2020
Topic: Planning Commission Meeting Time: Aug 31, 2020, 05:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
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City of College Park, Georgia
COVID-19 Utility Assistance
08/28/2020
The City of College Park and Fulton County have received funding from the Department of Housing and Urban Development for emergency utility assistance for Fulton County/College Park residents.
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College Park Public Safety Academy
College Park Launches Citizens Public Safety Academy
08/27/2020
College Park's Citizens Public Safety Academy Seeks to Launch Sept. 17; Citizens invited to participate
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Main Street Matters
Main Street Matters
08/18/2020
Main Street Matters is the first of a bi-annual community meeting for College Park Main Street Association (CPMSA). PLEASE REGISTER and SHARE! Join us on September 1st to learn about many great things happening in the Main Street Business District. The Meeting is Tuesday, September 1st at 5 PM, Show your community support! See you online! http://bit.ly/MainStreetMatters9120
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Face Coverings in College Park
College Park City Council Mandates Masks be Worn in Public
07/11/2020
The Mayor and Council for the City of College Park held a special called meeting on Friday, July 10 to adopt a public mask ordinance amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
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Community Conversations
Community Conversations
06/30/2020
Join us for a CommUNITY Conversation with our Chief of Police and Deputy Chief Police, Tuesday, June 30th from 6:30 P.M. - 8:30 P.M.
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College Park's Covid-19 Practices Inside City Hall
College Park Continues With Covid-19 Guidelines
06/19/2020
The City of College Park announced today it will continue to employ evidence-based strategies regarding City Hall operations amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
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Zoning Board of Appeals
Zoning Board of Appeals Meeting
06/05/2020
You are invited to a Zoom webinar, Jun 8, 2020 05:45 PM
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Free Covid-19 Testing @ Georgia International Convention Center
05/15/2020
College Park partners to provide FREE Covid-19 testing, Tuesday, May 19 at the Georgia International Convention Center! 10a - 2p; no appointment required.
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College Park Fire Rescue
College Park Fire Rescue Conducts Hydrant Testing
04/10/2020
The City of College Park Fire Department will be conducting its bi-annual fire hydrant inspections beginning April 15.
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GA Peach State
Gov. Kemp's COVID-19 Exec. Order Business Info. Should Your Business Remian Open?
04/08/2020
Gov. Kemp’s “Executive Order to Ensure a Safe and Healthy Georgia” includes federal guidance to determine “critical infrastructure” from the Department of Homeland Security’s Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA)
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COVID-19 Disaster Assistance
03/23/2020
During the next several weeks of uncertainty and possibly beyond, the City of College Park is making every effort to get assistance and information out to our business community. Please know that the information provided below is constantly evolving and we will make our very best attempt to get new information out to you as soon as it is received.
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College Park COVID-19 Hazards Incident Management Plan
College Park COVID-19 Hazards Incident Management Plan
03/11/2020
The City of College Park will maintain a comprehensive management plan to address biological threats affecting residents, guests, special groups, businesses, facilities utilities, thoroughfares and/or all aspects of the City and its infrastructure.
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2020 Winter Newsletter
2020 Winter Newsletter
03/04/2020
On Monday, January 6, 2020, the City of College Park swore in our newly elected mayor, Bianca Motley Broom. In addition to Mayor Broom, we’ve welcomed Ken Allen as councilman for Ward III, joining the other members of our council. This is an informative newsletter for residents and businesses of College Park. Produced by the City Of College Park Communications Department. For information or input email: mhoward@collegeparkga.com
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Strategic Plan Flyer
College Park Strategic Plan Town Hall Workshop
02/12/2020
There will be a College Park Strategic Plan Town Hall Workshop March 7th in the College Park Auditorium from noon-2 p.m.
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Swearing in Ceremony
Swearing In Ceremony
01/03/2020
You're invited to the Swearing In Ceremony of Mayor Elect Bianca Motley Broom and Councilman Elect Ken Allen, Jan. 6th. Doors Open at 5:30 p.m.
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Southern Fulton Comprehensive Transportation Plan
Join The Transportation Discussion In Your City
09/04/2019
The Atlanta Regional Commission (ARC) and the 8 cities in southern Fulton County have begun updating the 2013 Comprehensive Transportation Plan. A series of public meetings are scheduled to discuss the future of transportation in this area of the County. The public is encouraged to attend and share ideas about accessibility and connectivity, identify opportunities for transportation improvements and learn more about the study process.
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Special Called Meeting - Thursday, May 6
Special called meeting regarding upcoming fiscal year budget (2021-22) and additional subject matter as deemed necessary
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Department of Natural Resources Environmental Protection Division
Notice is hereby given that, pursuant to the authority set forth below, the Environmental Protection Division (hereinafter, “EPD”) of the Georgia Department of Natural Resources proposes Amendments to Georgia’s Rules for Radioactive Materials, Chapter 391-3-17 (hereinafter, “the proposed Radioactive Materials Rule Amendments”). The Director of EPD certifies that the revisions to Chapter 391-3-17 are required to comply with and implement section 274 of the Atomic Energy Act.
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