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Public Works & Utilities

The City of Summerville Department of Public Works & Utilities is under the leadership of long time employee Tony Carroll. The Department consists of Natural Gas, Water, Sewer and Streets. Tony began his career with the City of Summerville in April 1984 as a Natural Gas Department Laborer. He has since worked as a Water Treatment Plant Operator, Water & Sewer Department Foreman/Equipment Operator, Water & Sewer Department Superintendent and is currently the Director of Public Works & Utilities.

Tony graduated locally from Chattooga High School and later received a bachelor’s degree in engineering in 2004, he holds numerous licenses and has countless certificates ranging from Firefighter to Pyrotechnician. Tony has been a volunteer firefighter for the City of Summerville Fire Department from 1993 until 2008 and for Teloga Volunteer Fire Department from 2008 until current. Tony also is in charge of the fire works. He has been shooting the shows for the City of Summerville since the very first one in 2007.

If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to stop by and see Tony or call him at 706-859-0907. He will always make time for customers and citizens because he realizes that whatever that customer or citizens problem may be or however simple it is, to them it is the most important problem in the world. Tony will do everything within his power to resolve the problem in a timely manner.


Contacting Public Works & Utilities

Leave a call back number and name so if the maintenance staff has trouble locating the problem, they can call and ask for more specific instructions.

Public Works & Utilities
Tony Carroll, Director
P.O. Box 180
Summerville, GA  30747

phone iconPhone: 706-859-0907
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 clock iconMonday - Friday
 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Emergencies/After Hours

phone iconPhone:  911


If you can not reach a staff member, AND it is after hours, on a week end, on a holiday, or if it is an emergency, call 911. The 911 center will dispatch an “on-call” employee 24 hours a day. 

Call before you dig!


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