ACWORTH

Information

4415 Center Street
Acworth GA 30101

View on Map

Phone:

(770) 974-3112

Fax:

(770) 917-0590

www.acworth.org

At a Glance

Population (official):

20,425

Population (Estimate):

22,818

Year of Incorporation:

1860

RC:

Atlanta Regional

GMA District:

3

County:

COBB

Hours & Meeting Times

City Hall Operating Hours:

8 to 5; M - F

Government Meets:

1st & 3rd Thursday

Elected Officials

Mayor

Mr. Thomas Allegood

Mayor Pro Tem

Mr. Albert Price

Alderman

Mr. Gene Pugliese

Alderman

Mr. Brett North

Alderman

Mr. Tim Richardson

Alderman

Mr. Tim Houston

Appointed Officials

City Attorney

Mr. Doug Haynie

City Clerk

Ms. Regina R. Russell

City Manager

Mr. Brian Bulthuis

Deputy Clerk

Ms. Christie Burgner

Other Officials*

Finance Officer

Ms. Lindy Tisdel

Personnel Director

Ms. Rachelle Ballard

Police Chief

Mr. Wayne Dennard

Electrical Supt.

Ms. Angie Luna

Sanitation Supt.

Ms. Angie Luna

Code Enforcement

Mr. Joel Hall

Information Technology Contact

Mr. Keith Wilson

Municipal Court Judge

Mr. Philip P. Taylor

Municipal Court Clerk

Ms. Misty Day

Community Development

Ms. Christine Dobbs

Zoning Administrator

Ms. Christine Dobbs

Parks & Recreation Director

Mr. James Albright

Downtown Manager

Mr. Jeff Chase

* Functional titles only. Actual titles may vary from city to city.

State Senate

Senate District 37

Senator Lindsey Tippins

Website

State House

House District 35

Representative Ed Setzler

Website

Related News

Acworth hosts Community Conversations on Oct. 7, Nov. 12

October 6, 2020
Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Medium Company No. 1: City of Acworth focuses on mental health

September 25, 2020
Atlanta Business Chronicle

Acworth offers Small Business CARES Grant

September 1, 2020
Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Acworth’s oldest commercial building is now an event venue

August 25, 2020
Atlanta Journal-Constitution

GMA News

Cities United: Lead to Succeed

August 14, 2019
Georgia's Cities Magazine

Tax Credits Offer Hope for Rural Hospital Turnaround

January 6, 2017
By Sen. Dean Burke (R–Bainbridge)

All GMA News