Cities In The News


Roswell seeks applicants for Citizens Police Academy

July 1, 2020

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

The Roswell Police Department announced it is taking applications for the Fall 2020 session of the Citizens Police Academy, to meet for 10 weeks beginning Aug. 18 to introduce students to various aspects of police work.

In lieu of community gatherings, Roswell unveils flag initiative

June 30, 2020

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

In lieu of Fourth of July fireworks and a community barbecue and bluegrass concert – group events that had to be canceled this year because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic – Roswell announced what it called an “inspirational alternative.”

Roswell to launch customer service mobile app

June 30, 2020

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Roswell will introduce a new mobile app Wednesday that will let residents report issues, check meetings and events, schedule appointments with staff, and get the latest city news and notifications.

Hundreds, including police chief, march in Roswell against misconduct

June 14, 2020

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Roswell police chief, James Conroy told demonstrators who gathered at City Hall after the march that law enforcement leaders must “enact some change,” such as more training, uniformed standards for the public to review police personnel files and mental wellness care for officers.

WINNER: Best park in Roswell

June 5, 2020

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

More than 200 people cast a vote to choose among Big Creek Park, Leita Thompson Memorial Park, Machine Shop, Old Mill Park, Riverside Park, Roswell Area Park, Waller Park Recreation Center and Willeo Park as the best park in the North Fulton city.

Roswell’s Mimosa Hall gets $25K for solar installation

June 4, 2020

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Mimosa Hall is a Greek Revival mansion built in 1841 and acquired by Roswell for $3 million in 2017. The proposed solar installation will consist of thin, electricity-generating, rooftop panels that are promised to provide 100% of the building’s energy, saving the city roughly $5,000 a year in utility costs.

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