Voters approve a new TSPLOST, the county enacts a 45-day burn ban and the Animal Shelter reaches "no kill" status... all ahead in this month's edition of Walker 180. SUBSCRIBE to our YOUTUBE channel to watch this video. http://walkercountyga.gov/tag/podcast/feed
The truth about TSPLOST, get ready for a new play experience and affordable housing units hit the market... all ahead in this month's edition of Walker 180. SUBSCRIBE to our YOUTUBE channel to watch this video. http://walkercountyga.gov/tag/podcast/feed
A multi-year effort to build an inclusive playground on the Walker County Civic Center campus will soon be a reality. The Walker County Board of Commissioners voted to invest $406,518.76 to construct what will be a "National Demonstration Site" for inclusive play near the Civic Center pavilion. The playground will include a poured in place … Continue reading Inclusive Playground Project Moves Forward at the Walker County Civic Center
The following occurred at this meeting: -Appointment of a member to the LaFayette-Walker County Library board -Designating Sheriff's Office items for surplus -Accepting the terms of the Improving Neighborhood Outcomes in Disproportionately Impacted Communities grant -Purchase Order for playground equipment -Approval of grants for Adult Felony Drug Court and Mental Health Court -MOU with Family … Continue reading Board of Commissioners Meeting Audio – 7-13-23
The following occurred at this meeting: -No action items SUBSCRIBE to our YOUTUBE channel to watch this video. http://walkercountyga.gov/tag/podcast/feed
Rossville, GA (May 25, 2023) – Walker County will receive $2.2 million from the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) to invest in a much needed recreational project in the fast growing northern end of the county. Georgia Governor Brian Kemp announced the grant award for Walker County, which is one of 142 qualified projects across … Continue reading Multi-Million Dollar Recreational Project Coming to Northern Walker County
Listen to a public hearing on two proposed ordinances. One would create a Special Events Permit to require event planners to coordinate with first responders. The other would require inoperable, uninsured vehicles to be stored behind a resident’s home and also require household garbage be placed in plastic or galvanized containers until collected.