To: All City of Summerville Citizens and Customers
From: Tony Carroll, City Manager
Re: Extreme Winter Weather
Dear Citizens and Customers,
With the upcoming forecasted extreme winter weather coming, the City of Summerville urges you to take precautions for your plumbing by letting the water drip, opening the cabinet doors so the heat can get to the pipes, etc. We also urge you to bring your pets inside if at all possible. If not possible, please make sure they have a warm, dry shelter with some form of heat as temperatures are expected to be in the low teens with wind chills in the single digits.
If you know of someone who may need to be checked on, please call the Police Department at 706-859-0912 or if after hours dial 911 and request that they be checked on.
Please report any water leak to 706-859-0907 or after hours dial 911 with the location of the leak.
We have our equipment ready to try and keep the roads clear and safe for travel, however, if you do not have to be out please stay off the roads if they get bad. We will do everything in our power to keep them open and able to be traveled on.
Thank you and have a safe few days,
Tony Carroll, City Manager
Summerville was founded in 1848 and is the county seat of Chattooga County. It is home to 4,534 people who exhibit warmth, friendliness and helpfulness to their neighbors and visitors.
Experience this yourself by attending our local festivals, park activities, our annual holiday celebrations and services offered in our religious institutions.