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Sealed Bid Notice

The City of Summerville is accepting bids for the following: Mowing and cleaning approximately 29 miles of Natural Gas right-of way beginning in Floyd County and ending in Chattooga County. A map of the right-of-way can be picked up in the Public Works & Utilities Director's office Monday through Friday between 7:30 am and 4:00 pm. All work shall be carried through completion without unreasonable delays and without suspension of work unless authorized in writing by the City of Summerville and is to be completed prior to January 23, 2023. A drug-free workplace will be provided for the contractor’s employees during the performance of the project. Any signs test stations or other appurtenances damaged during mowing and cleaning will be deducted from the agreed upon price of the project. All bids shall include a signed contractor affidavit and a 5% bid bond. Said bids must be sealed with the words “RIGHT-OF-WAY MOWING AND CLEANING SEALED BID” written across the outside of the envelope and received in the office of the Utilities Director located at 166 Cox St, Summerville, GA 30747 on or before 5:00 pm, November, 14th 2022, at which time bids will be opened and read aloud. Any questions or comments, contact Terry Tinney at 706-859-0907 The City of Summerville reserves the right to reject any and all bids....
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Public Boil Water Notice 09/04/22

Public Advisory

Boil Water Notice

City of Summerville Water Customers

Due to flash flooding at the Raccoon Creek Filter plant.

In order to protect the public from a potential health hazard, all citizens that utilize City of Summerville Water utility services are advised to “boil” all water prior to use for drinking, cooking, or preparing baby food.  The water should be boiled for at least one minute after reaching a rolling boil.  Citizens should continue to boil their water until they are notified by their drinking water utility that the water system has been restored to full operation, and that the microbiological quality of the water in the distribution system is safe for human consumption.

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Now Accepting Applications for Retail Sales of Distilled Spirits

The City of Summerville will accept applications for permits for retail sales of distilled spirits beginning on Friday, July 29, 2022, and ending on Friday, August 12, 2022, at 4:00 p.m.  Applications are available at City Hall, 120 Georgia Ave., Summerville, Georgia.  All applications must be complete as no incomplete applications will be accepted.  A copy of the ordinance regarding the package sale of distilled spirits will be made available with the application. ...
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World Friendship Pocket Park Project

World Friendship Pocket Park Project Offers Residents The Opportunity To Purchase Engraved Bricks To Adorn The Park 

World Friendship Pocket Park Engraved Brick Order Form

The Friendship Capital of The World Project is inclusive of all races, ages, socio-economic status, and abilities. Summerville’s promotion of friendship and acts of kindness are an equal opportunity to all persons who choose to participate. It requires no money, special qualifications, or abilities to show acts of friendship, and kindness to others. The last week in July is now declared Friendship Week in Summerville, which concludes with a Friendship Festival in J.R. “Dick” Dowdy Park. To bring this project to the next level, Summerville Main Street is heading up The World Friendship Pocket Park Project. The pocket park will be located across from the Summerville Depot and will encompass the Jon Payne Pavilion. The park was designed by Nikki Benefield, a Main Street Board Member who studied landscape architecture at the University of Georgia. Special features of the planned park will include a “Solid Rock of World Friendship” to be surrounded by engraved bricks, a flag pole to be adorned with The World Friendship Flag, a wide variety of colorful plantings to be accentuated by up lighting, an irrigation system, and an upgraded seating area under the pavilion. Seed money for this project was donated by John Turner and Dan Lipscomb with hopes of the pocket park becoming a focal point and photo spot for locals, as well as visitors.     Summerville Main Street is offering a unique opportunity to remember a loved one, commemorate an event, or immortalize anything else important to you. The “Buy a Brick” campaign will raise funds for the construction of The World Friendship Pocket Park while also highlighting and remembering “friends” of our community.  Each 4" x 8" engraved brick, which includes 3 lines of text with 20 characters per line, are currently being sold for the cost of $100. To purchase a brick, you may order a brick in person at the Summerville Main Street Office during normal business hours. Brick order forms may be downloaded from the City of Summerville website at www.summervillega.org or you may request an order form by emailing slocklear@summervillega.org. Bricks are limited. The deadline to order bricks is July 12, or until the bricks are sold out. Please note that there is a 4 to 6 weeks turn around for the commemorative bricks to be made, and delivered, once the final order is placed. Engraved bricks are anticipated to be back around the end of August to be installed. A special ground breaking event for the pocket park is scheduled for July 30 during the 2022 Friendship Festival. Completion of The World Friendship Pocket Park is anticipated to be fall of 2022. For more information on this project please contact Summerville Main Street.

World Friendship Pocket Park Engraved Brick Order Form

Summerville Main Street

      P.O. Box 180, Summerville, Ga. 30747

     Phone: (706) 859-0900

       Email slocklear@summervillega.org

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE

     Please take notice that the City of Summerville, Georgia (the "City") shall sell to the highest and best bidder as determined by a sealed bidding process all surplus real properties acquired by the City by tax sale, abandonment, and/or clean or lien statute or other means.      Bids will be accepted in amounts greater than the City's basis in said real property. A list of surplus properties and the minimum bid amounts are available on the City's website or by contacting Angie White at City Hall 120 Georgia Avenue, Summerville, Georgia, 30747.  Any member of the public is hereby invited to submit sealed proposals at such address. The last day for receipt of sealed bids shall be November 5, 2021 at 10:00 a.m.  All bids received shall be opened in public during the regular City Council meeting on November 8, 2021.  A tabulation of all bids received shall be available for public inspection following the opening of all bids.  All such bids shall be retained and kept for public inspection for a period of not less than 60 days from the date on which such bids are opened.      The City reserves the right to reject any and all bids and to cancel the proposed sale. MAYOR AND COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SUMMERVILLE, GEORGIA    

City of Summerville

Surplus Property

30 PEACHTREE ST - $7,205.96 325 HWY 48 - $7,639.30 138 CURRANT ST - $5,388.84 810 HIGHLAND AVE - $9,214.12 307 HWY 48 - $10,759.21...
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CITY OF SUMMERVILLE OFFICES CLOSED TO PUBLIC

PUBLIC NOTICE 08/25/2021

Effective Thursday, August 26, 2021 , in accordance with the City of Summerville’s directive to reduce potential exposure to COVID-19 through restricting access to City-owned buildings and facilities, the City of Summerville lobbies and offices will be closed to the public. Our staff will be in the office working. Specific guidelines for each department can be found below. Services and assistance will still be offered by all departments.

CITY HALL AND FLOYD COUNTY SUMMERVILLE GAS OFFICE

The front lobby will be closed but customers may continue to receive assistance by calling during business hours, 8AM to 5PM, Monday through Friday, or utilizing the drop box on the outside of the building. The City Hall phone number is 706-859-0900. Utility service cut offs will continue to follow normal schedules. A utility bill may be paid the using the following options:
  • Pay Online: By going to https://www.summervillega.organd clicking pay my bill. You will need your last payment amount and your account number available.
  • Automated Phone Payment System: Call 1-833-250-4484 and follow the prompts to pay your bill. You will need your last payment amount and your account number available.
  • Using the drop box on outside of building:You may drop your payment in the drop box on the outside of the building, please be sure to put your payment inside an envelope and include your account number.
  • Applications for new service will be available on the front door. If you need assistance, please ring the door bell.
 

PROBATION DEPARTMENT

The lobby for the Probation office will be closed until further notice. Reporting will be via telephone: 706-859-0933 Payments may be made using the following options:
  • By Money Order: Mail any money orders to (do not mail cash or checks):
Summerville Probation Services PO Box 180 Summerville GA 30747
  • Pay online at:http://www.summervillepay.com You must contact the Probation Department to get your ID number.
  • Pay by phone:Call the office to pay by credit/debit card

POLICE DEPARTMENT AND MUNICIPAL COURT

The lobby for the Summerville Police Department and the Municipal Court Clerk will be closed to the public but all services will still be offered in a modified way.

FINE/TICKET PAYMENT

Pay online at: http://www.summervillepay.com Pay by automated phone system: 1-877-575-7233 Pay by mailing money order to (do not mail cash or checks): Summerville Municipal Court PO Box 180 Summerville, GA 30747 OBTAINING COPIES OF ACCIDENT / INCIDENT REPORTS To obtain a copy of an incident or accident report, call the Summerville Police department (706) 859-0912 to make your request. We can send your report to you through email, fax, or U.S. mail at no charge. SPEAKING WITH A POLICE OFFICER To speak with a police officer about a non-emergency matter, call the 911 Center’s non-emergency number (706) 857-0750 and they will either dispatch an office to meet you or have one call you.  Many situations or incidents can be handled over the phone. As always, if you have an emergency situation dial 911 and emergency responders will be dispatched to your location.

PUBLIC WORKS

Public works will be operating as normal, but the office will be closed to the public.  To report a leak outside of business hours, please call 911.

FIRE DEPARTMENT

The Fire Department will be closed to the public, but still responding to emergency calls. To report an emergency please call 911.

RECREATION DEPARTMENT

The recreation department lobby, gyms, and facilities, are currently closed to the public. If you need to see a member of the Recreation Department , please call 706-859-0910 or knock on the door. ...
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