Newnan Firefighters visits First Methodist to speak about fire safety to preschoolers in March

Fast Stats
Building Permits
Solid Waste Report
Compliments from the public
What citizens are saying about city services?
Abbie Murphey / Carnegie You were absolutely the B E S T helping me / us today.  Thank you so very much. You were reassuring, accommodating, and just helpful in every way possible.   I looked at you with your arm up in the air to keep adjusting the volume.  That worked out great and was above and beyond what I would have expected.  B U T  very, very much appreciated. We were all so appreciative of the concern and interest everyone showed.  I think the Carnegie is just the greatest.  I will always be a supporter of this place.  And I'm so lucky that I can look at an upstairs bedroom window and see the building.  How great is that.   - Susan Green 


1st Quarter 2015

Welcome to the first quarterly report for 2015. We hope you will find the information very useful.  If you have any questions regarding this report, please do not hesitate to contact Public Information Office at 770.253.2682 ext 203 or Email  
Protocol - Howard Warner Building 
This project consist of  the renovation of the 1935 African American High School and the construction of a gymnasium located on Savannah Street. This facility will be utilized by the Boys & Girls Club and the YMCA. The City has contracted with Architects (Carter Watkins) for the design portion of the renovations.  Bids were received for owner representative services and the contract will be put before Council on April 14th. Bids were also received for CM @ Risk and are currently being reviewed by staff.  The construction portion of this project is anticipated to start in FY 2016. 
 What's new this quarter?
Public Safety Building Ribbon Cutting Ceremony 
n January Mayor Brady along with members of the Newnan City Council officially opened the new Public Safety Building with Police Department and Chief Meadows. 
Feature Events
2015 Arbor Day Kindergarten Tree Plantings!

Mayor Brady along with the Beautification Department and Georgia Forestry's Smokey Bear visited all city elementary schools! They plant with the kindergartners a dogwood tree for their class to celebrate Arbor Day! children learn about the importance of trees to the environment. This is an annual favorited event by the city. The City of Newnan has been a USA Tree City for over 25 years!
Picture: Mayor Brady and Smokey Bear planting trees at Atkinson Elementary School 
Meals on Wheels program during Champions Week! 

Newnan Police Department and Newnan Fire assisted with March for Meals Champions week for local chapter of Meals on Wheels! 
Thank you to the ladies and gentlemen at Meal on Wheels that do this daily for our seniors in the community. Thanks for letting us come along for the ride!

Picture: (Left to right)Officer Hodges and Officer Lee delivering meals to seniors