Recycle Bin Relocate
Due to construction of the new Police facility at 4406 Acworth Industrial Dr., the recycling containers will be relocated to Durr Field Parking lot at 4488 Mclain Circle. View Map
On Wednesday, December 4, 2013 at the Northwest Cobb Area Council, the persons below were awarded the following:
Acworth Citizen of the Year - Dr. Philip Page, Principal of North Cobb High School.
Dr. Page was recognized for his demonstrated deeds and exceptional service to the Acworth Community.
Community Impact Award - Brian Bulthuis, City Manager for the City of Acworth.
Mr. Bulthuis was praised for his 18 years of service to the Acworth Community and the significant impact and contributions that he has made and continues to make for Acworth!
Thank you to both gentlemen for your service and diligent work in the community.
Calvary Chapel River Oaks Church Ribbon Cutting
On Tuesday, the City of Acworth hosted a ribbon cutting for Calvary Chapel River Oaks Church celebrating their one year anniversary. Mayor Tommy Allegood congratulated Grady Clark, Minister, his family and staff on their Acworth location. Calvary Chapel River Oaks is affiliated with Calvary Chapel of Costa Mesa California. They teach expositionally, verse by verse and chapter by chapter. from the Bible because they believe God's Word is no less relevant today than ever. Calvary Chapel meets every Sunday morning at 10:30 a.m. at Brookwood Christian Academy on 4728 Wood Street, Acworth, Georgia. For more information please call 770-881-4862 or 678-977-0087, or visit www.calvarychapelriveroaks.org.
Dickens of a Christmas, Y'all - Historic Downtown
Message from Public Works
With Fall upon us please dispose of leaves properly.
- Have leaves curbside for pick-up per the City rules and regulations.
- Please do not rake leaves into ditches, culverts or drains.
- If you have any questions concerning pick up, schedules or procedures contact the Public Works Department @ 678-801-4046.