Carrollton city officials are making plans to reopen the Midtown Water Park after the facility shut down for the summer last year amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Carrollton and Villa Rica will be lowering their flags to half staff until Wednesday as a sign of respect to two fallen U.S. Capitol Police officers.
A Carrollton police officer has started a new law enforcement education program, designed to help bridge the gap between citizens and officers.
A new restaurant and nine new townhomes are coming to Carrollton after the city council unanimously approved a pair of rezoning requests during their meeting on Monday night.
A Carrollton council member is hosting a community drive-thru event Saturday to give out toys and food to those in need ahead of Christmas next week.
Carrollton’s process to apply for an alcohol pouring license is “complex” for restaurants, police and residents, one councilman says, so the rules are being reviewed.
City officials discussed adding a classroom to the fire training facility on Lovvorn Road during their work session on Thursday, which City Manager Tim Grizzard said would be paid for using existing SPLOST dollars.
The City of Carrollton has hired Rome’s former assistant city manager to take on the same duties in Carrollton starting in January.
Carrollton and Villa Rica have joined a short list of cities across Georgia recognized as being WaterFirst communities, a designation that brings benefits for water-related projects, including a low interest rates on loans.
Carrollton city officials are cleaning up inactive signs belonging to businesses no longer in operation as part of the mayor and council’s effort to beautify the city.