Before Fulton County’s 1% transportation special-purpose local-option sales tax (TSPLOST) ends in March 2022, its leaders will have two decisions to make: when to put its voter referendum for renewal on the ballot and whether or not the levy’s transit/MARTA component will be included this time.
Roswell is considering an illegal street racing law aimed at drivers, organizers and spectators placing bets on the events. Police said illegal street racing exhibitions are drawing crowds that block intersections and shut down late night traffic.
Roswell will charge an annual fee to businesses that provide home delivery of alcohol. City Council approved the $100 fee during a Monday meeting.
Roswell residents can participate in a virtual open house that provides for feedback for the 2040 Comprehensive Plan.
The Roswell City Council has given its permission for the Roswell Arts Fund to mount “Roswell in Print,” a photography exhibition outdoors, on City Hall grounds for one of three “Explorations.”
Roswell Police and volunteers delivered Christmas gifts and holiday cheer to local families in need.
Roswell residents have an opportunity to make their feelings known about downtown parking – particularly along Canton Street’s Restaurant Row – in a survey that’s open for comments until Monday, Dec. 21.
City Council members approved a business occupational tax credit during a Monday meeting, meaning there will be no increase in 2021.
Roswell and Cumming are among 22 recent recipients of roadside beautification grants totaling $821,163 by the Georgia Department of Transportation.
Roswell Police Department’s Sgt. Brittany Rodgers and Officer Sam Wolfson parked a police car behind another vehicle in the school’s parking lot for the demonstration.