The Georgia Main Street Program has awarded the city of Americus its “Main Street of the Month” recognition for July.
Deborah Bell has been hired as the Planning and Zoning director for the city of Americus.
The EPA gave out more than $64 million in grants to 149 communities Wednesday. They aim to help transform contaminated sites to areas that will bring economic development and create jobs
The Americus mayor and city council held its monthly meeting at 6 p.m. Thursday. During the meeting, Mayor Barry Blount read proclamation recognizing March as Women’s History Month and asking all female employees, past or present, to come up for a photo.
The Sumter County Board of Commissioners (BOC), along with representatives from the cities of Americus, DeSoto, Plains, Andersonville, and Leslie, met for a special called meeting on Monday at the Sumter County Courthouse to discuss the distribution of Special Local Option Sales Tax (SPLOST) funding for the county and for each municipality
The Americus mayor and city council will hold a public hearing during their monthly meeting at 6 p.m. Thursday.
The city of Americus will observe the national Gas Utility Workers’ Day on March 18. This is the fourth year in which Gas Utility Workers’ Day has been officially celebrated across the country.
The Americus city council voted against a new revenue bond at its Thursday session.
The Mayor and City Council of Americus announced Friday that Charles L. Coney has been chosen as a finalist to fill the position of city manager of the City of Americus. Coney comes to Americus with over 25 years of professional experience.