DeKalb County Government Delayed Opening
DECATUR, Ga. – Due to icy conditions expected Thursday morning, DeKalb County Government administrative offices will be open at 10:00 Thursday, Feb. 26. Public Safety and critical Public Works employees should continue to report as directed by management.
DeKalb County Opens Warming Stations, Shares Tips for Winter Weather
DECATUR, Ga. – A winter weather emergency has been declared for the area and the DeKalb County Emergency Management Agency (DEMA) has opened warming centers for citizens to use during the cold temperatures throughout the weekend. County libraries and recreation centers can be used as warming centers during their normal business hours, and DeKalb County Fire Stations 6, 8, 21 and 25 will be open 24 hours for anyone in need.
DeKalb County Government Closed
DECATUR, Ga. – Due to icy conditions expected Wednesday afternoon, DeKalb County Government administrative offices will be closed Wednesday, Feb. 25. All non-essential and non-emergency personnel employed at DeKalb County Government administrative offices should not report to work. Public Safety and critical Public Works employees should report as directed by management.
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DeKalb Water Main Break Causes Low Pressure in Many Areas
DeKalb County crews are on the scene of a water main break on Parkhill Drive near Glenwood Road in Decatur which is causing low water pressure in many areas ...
DeKalb County Interim CEO Lee May to Deliver 2015 State of the County Address
DeKalb County Interim CEO Lee May will present to citizens, businesses, and other community stakeholders a review of 2014 and his outlook for 2015 during the State of the County Address. Interim CEO May will address ...
DeKalb Government Operations Task Force Issues Recommendations
The DeKalb Government Operations Task Force met for the final time on December 19 and made a series of recommendations regarding the future of DeKalb County.
Ethics Board Clears Commissioner Larry Johnson
In a unanimous vote, the DeKalb County Board of Ethics dismissed charges against DeKalb Commissioner Larry Johnson which involved several payments in support of the Porter Sanford Performing Arts Center.
Keep DeKalb Beautiful Offers Free Christmas Tree Curbside Pickup Service
DeKalb County announces free curbside Christmas tree pickup service for county residents Dec. 26, 2014 - Jan. 16, 2015. The service, sponsored by Keep DeKalb Beautiful (KDB) and the DeKalb County Department of Sanitation ...
DeKalb County Announces Improved Watershed Billing Customer Service Metrics
DeKalb County has improved its water billing process as well as investigated the higher-than-average water bills experienced by some county customers. Since the addition of 35 additional staff ...
Interim CEO May Announces 2015 Recommended Budget
Interim CEO Lee May released his 2015 Recommended Budget to the DeKalb County Board of Commissioners (BOC) today. The budget maintains the tax rate for unincorporated DeKalb at 21.21 mills, a rate that has stayed the same since 2011.
DeKalb County Recreation, Parks and Cultural Affairs to Hold Winter Break Day Camp
DeKalb County’s Department of Recreation, Parks and Cultural Affairs will hold a Winter Break Day Camp December 22 – 31 and January 2 & 5, from 7 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. at all 11 recreation centers. Camp will be closed Dec. 25, 2014 and Jan. 1, 2015 ...
DeKalb County Recorder’s Court Announces New Improvements, Kiosks for Enhanced Customer Service
DeKalb County announces new improvements to Recorder’s Court that enhance customer service and make the court the largest e-court (with paperless, electronic filing) in Georgia.