A site on the northeast corner of Alabama and North Park streets has been purchased by the City of Carrollton for future development.
Carroll County’s municipalities have just a few months to finalize their lists of projects to be put on the ballot for the 2021 SPLOST vote in March.
Carrollton officials have made it easier for residents to get food trucks and food truck courts approved by changing the review process.
The “Get Invested” concert is raising money to offset the expense of tactical bulletproof vests for the Villa Rica police department. These vests would be used in potential active shooter situations and at the concert, there will be a variety of police equipment for attendees to have their photographs taken with.
The Midtown Water Park in west Carrollton could be getting upgrades if the city receives a $500,000 land and water conservation grant from the state.
Carrollton city officials have introduced a new clean up initiative this week aimed at residents who have not kept their grass cut.
A plan to establish a new entertainment district in downtown Villa Rica will be placed before the City Council next month.
A special use permit was approved during Monday’s City Council meeting for 401 Bankhead Highway, which is home to Pelican’s Snoballs. While the permit comes with a few rules, customers will soon be able to enjoy something to eat along with their frozen treats.
Two Carrollton streets will be renamed to honor city citizens, following votes Monday by the City Council.
A proposed $35 million budget for the city of Villa Rica got its first public presentation on Tuesday.