Guidebooks - Meetings Organization and Public Access for Counties: A Model Ordinance - Model Emergency Management Ordinances and Agreements - Parliamentary Procedure for Counties: A Guide and Model Ordinance - Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax - Georgia’s Open Meetings and Open Records Laws: A Guide for County Officials - Constitutional County Officers - Construction Guide - Charting A Course for Cooperation and Collaboration
Handbook - Handbook for Georgia County Commissioners
Effective January 1, 2001, all county vehicles are required to have a county decal affixed to the front door, except law enforcement vehicles and other vehicles identified by the board of commissioners in a resolution.
The objective of this study was to conduct comprehensive visitor research and product assessment to establish a strategic tourism plan that effectively positions Georgia U.S. Highway 27 as a travel and tourism destination.
Counties and qualified cities receiving general purpose LOST revenue must renegotiate distribution agreements within two years of each decennial census. This means that renegotiation must begin on or before July 1, 2012.
In order for county governments to implement enhanced 911 for their citizens with cellular and wireless telephones without subsidization from the property taxpayers, a wireless enhanced 911 resolution must be adopted.
The Service Delivery Strategies Act (commonly referred to as HB 489)1 requires counties and their cities to periodically revisit and revise, if necessary, their Service Delivery Strategies (SDS) agreements.