For those who do not already know, the city of Twin City came about after two cities were merged together. Prior to the merger, Twin City consisted of two towns, Summit and Graymont.
See pictures from Twin City's recent Christmas Parade.
Using the theme, “Welcome to WHO-VILLE,” the City of Twin City will host its Christmas in December event Saturday, December 5.
The City of Twin City Centennial Committee met on Friday, November 13, at the Twin City Welcome Center to plan the 2021 City Centennial Celebration. The city is planning a year full of events with a centennial-themed event happening every month in 2021.
Twin City Municipal Buildings are decorated and ready for Halloween Trick-or-Treating. This event will take place on Saturday, October 31, from 6 until 8 pm. The city of Twin City encourages kids to dress up and trick-or-treat at the welcome center, city hall, old city jail, and police department.
In response to receiving grant funding, Twin City’s Mayor Matt Donaldson stated, “As the city continues to be fiscally sound and responsible, state agencies will invest in Twin City.
During the week of October 4-10, 2020 the City of Twin City will join other cities across Georgia in celebrating Georgia Cities Week. This week has been set aside to recognize the many services city governments provide and their contribution to a better quality of life in Georgia. Our theme, “Building the 2020 Vision” reflects the role cities play in the state’s history, economy, and culture.
Following the resignation of Twin City’s former police chief Randal J. Beach, the vacant capacity has since been filled by law enforcement officer, Hank Whiters.