Walker 180 – August 2021 Edition

The Walker County Board of Commissioners proposes to rollback the millage rate -- and your help is needed to solve two arson cases and develop a future growth plan for the county. That’s all ahead in this month’s edition of Walker 180. SUBSCRIBE to our YOUTUBE channel to watch the video version of Walker 180. … Continue reading Walker 180 – August 2021 Edition

Walker County to Roll Back Millage Rate, Minimizing Impact of Higher Appraisals on Property Owners

The Walker County Board of Commissioners will hold three public hearings in August to provide citizens with a better understanding of a proposed millage rate reduction to offset an inflationary increase evaluation. The hot housing market has enhanced the value of many properties in Walker County, leading to higher appraisals. The Board of Commissioners proposes … Continue reading Walker County to Roll Back Millage Rate, Minimizing Impact of Higher Appraisals on Property Owners

Walker County Fire Investigators Seek Help Solving 2 Recent Arsons

LaFayette, GA -Fire investigators with Walker County Fire Rescue recently investigated two cases of arson. The intentionally set fires occurred in vacant structures at 601 James Street Lot 66 in Rossville and 980 Wheeler Road in LaFayette. Fire investigators do not believe the two incidents are connected. Georgia Arson Control is offering a reward up … Continue reading Walker County Fire Investigators Seek Help Solving 2 Recent Arsons

Board of Commissioners Meeting Audio – 7-22-21

The following occurred at the Board of Commissioners meeting on July 22, 2021: Public Hearing on adopting and enacting the 2021 version of the Walker County Code Book Public Hearings and action on several rezone requests Dodd Worley provided information on Connections Northwest / T4C Resolution R-032-21 to amend the Fiscal 2021 budget (Sheriff's Office) … Continue reading Board of Commissioners Meeting Audio – 7-22-21

African American Museum and Cultural Center Coming to Walker County

LaFayette, GA - In 2004, James and Charlotte Wardlaw donated the old Long John Silver’s building to Walker County as a means to give something back to their community. Upon accepting the gift, Sole Commissioner Bebe Heiskell named the building the Wardlaw Building in their honor and made the property available for the county’s Historic … Continue reading African American Museum and Cultural Center Coming to Walker County

Peach State Health Plan Announces New Partnership and Donation to Healthy Foundations Community Resource Village

LaFayette, GA - Peach State Health Plan announced a new partnership with Healthy Foundations today to assist in the development of the Healthy Foundations Community Resource Village, currently under development in Walker County. This new partnership includes a $25,000 donation from Peach State Health Plan to be used for the construction of an outdoor sports and … Continue reading Peach State Health Plan Announces New Partnership and Donation to Healthy Foundations Community Resource Village

Walker County Surplus Vehicle and Office Furniture Sale is July 22

Rock Spring, GA - Walker County Government will offer for sale to the highest bidder nearly a dozen vehicles and roughly 200 pieces of office furniture and equipment next week. The auction will be conducted by Potts Auction Company at the Walker County Ag Center, 10052 Hwy 27 in Rock Spring, GA at 6:00 p.m. on … Continue reading Walker County Surplus Vehicle and Office Furniture Sale is July 22

Walker County Government Recodification Project Nears Completion

LaFayette, GA - A project to create an accurate record of codes previously adopted in Walker County will soon be complete. After nearly two years of work to research and compile missing documentation, Municipal Code Corporation has published a new Walker County Code of Ordinances, or Code Book. The most recent version of Walker County's … Continue reading Walker County Government Recodification Project Nears Completion