August Council Meeting Info

August Council Meeting Info

The City of Summerville's August Regular Council Meeting will be a virtual meeting via the Zoom conference platform.

There will be opportunity for the public to have a Q&A session with the mayor at 4:30PM, and the Council Meeting will start at 5:00PM.  

Use the link below to download a copy of the meeting agenda:

08/10/20 Meeting Agenda Download

To join the meeting, please use the information listed below:

Meeting Date: Monday, Aug 10, 2020

 

To Join by Computer or Smart Phone click the below link (will allow you to listen, and ask questions during meeting):

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88114902970?pwd=UjBJbUI4MW4xUUxaV1YvRmkyUzg3UT09

Passcode: 680875

To Join by Telephone dial the below number and provide the meeting ID when prompted (will allow you to listen to the meeting only):

1-646-876-9923
Meeting ID: 881 1490 2970
Passcode: 680875

 

PUBLIC NOTICE - DAILY OFFICE STATUS:

Updated: 08/07/2020, will be updated daily to reflect most current information.

City Hall and Floyd County Gas Office
Summerville City Hall and the Floyd County Gas Office will be open normal hours, though the lobby will be closed to the public and customers will be assisted via the night drop box.  Customers are also able to utilize alternate payment methods. The following payment methods are available:

  • Pay online at summervillega.org
  • Pay by automated phone system 1-833-250-4484
  • Pay in person at city hall by using the night drop, (for assistance, read signs posted at night drop)

Police Department 
The Police Department lobby is closed to the public, but staff are working in the office. If you need non emergency assistance, you may call the Police Department at (706) 859-0912. If you have an emergency, please call 9-1-1.

Ticket payments may be made online at:

http://summervillepay.com

As always, officers of the Summerville Police Department’s Patrol Division are conducting regular patrols and are available to respond to calls for service 24 hours a day.

Probation Office
The Probation office is open to the public and operating normal hours.  If you are NOT on probation, in order to limit exposure, please stay in your vehicle. Only those actually reporting are to come inside.

Fire Department
The Fire Department facility is closed to the public but will be operating and responding with additional precautions. Please remember, if you have an emergency, call 9-1-1

Public Works
The Public Works Department facility is closed to the public but will be operating and responding to emergency calls. Please remember, if you have an emergency, call 9-1-1

Recreation Department
The Summerville Recreation Center and Fairway Recreation Center are currently closed until further notice.  As many other people in the community have been impacted, we have had a couple of employees test positive for COVID-19 and have others waiting for test results.  We hope to be back open as soon as possible.  If you have any questions you can message the Recreation Department through their Facebook page.

Parks are currently continue to be open to the public, but please be aware public restrooms are not currently open at any recreation or park facilities.

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Summerville 2019 CDBG - DCA Analysis of Impediments

DCA is requesting that Grant Recipients and Applicants review the DCA Analysis of Impediments or Assessment of Fair Housing.

DCA’s Analysis of Impediments can be found at: https://www.dca.ga.gov/sites/default/files/analysis_of_impediments_2016.pdf

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Historic Area Walking Tour Summerville Parks

 

Summerville

Summerville

Shot in the beautiful city of Summerville, GA, where singer songwriter Rissi Palmer's family roots are firmly planted. Enjoy the official video for "Summerville", from the 5 song EP, The Back Porch Sessions, available now on iTunes

About Us

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.