Gov. Brian Kemp urged Georgians on Thursday to “do the right thing” and fill out the 2020 census, which helps determine political boundaries and shapes how roughly $1.5 trillion in federal funding is doled out to the states.
The Atlanta City Council on Monday approved the donation of thousands of COVID-19 test kits and other protective supplies from the state of New York.
Time is running out for residents to complete the 2020 Census. In a virtual press conference on September 16, 2020, Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms says all residents need to respond to the census by the September 30, 2020 deadline to ensure future funding for the city.
Two departments in Atlanta City Hall are tasked with creating a plan that could impact neighborhoods across the city in terms of how pedestrian-friendly they are.
Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms said the city could move to the next phase of its coronavirus reopening plan as early as next week if cases continue decreasing in Atlanta.
Officials from Atlanta and Fulton County are set to provide residents with information about upcoming elections in metro Atlanta during a virtual town hall Thursday.
The Atlanta City Council voted Tuesday to effectively kill a contract that would have turned over management of the city’s five tennis facilities to a new company, leaving the fate of their operations in further doubt.
If you’re perusing downtown Atlanta, it’s not hard to spot the sculpture of Andrew Young, the former Atlanta mayor and former United States Ambassador to the United Nations.
The city of Atlanta on Wednesday moved closer to approving its property tax rate, which could avoid worsening collection delays this year.
Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms on Friday issued orders to expand the hours city employees can take off to vote in the November general and January runoff elections.