New county department directors named

Lake Tobesofkee and Bowden Golf Course are now their own separate departments within the Macon-Bibb County government. Previously, they both fell under the umbrella of the Recreation Department. With this change, the people who managed those places are now their...
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Elaine H. Lucas Senior Center construction celebrated with groundbreaking

Macon-Bibb County will celebrate the construction of its new senior center with a ceremonial groundbreaking ceremony on Thursday, August 3, at 9:30 a.m. The new center will be located in Central City Park on Willie Smokie Glover Drive and will be named the Elaine...
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Additional millage rate increase public hearing scheduled, vote rescheduled

The Macon-Bibb County Board of Commission has tentatively adopted a millage rate increase from 14.652 to 17.652, which is an increase of 3 mils or 21.27 percent. The proposed tax increase for a home with a fair market value of $125,000 is approximately $129.00 and the...
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Fighting blight project by project in Macon-Bibb

Commissioners recently approved spending money from District 8 and 9 blight funds for 2 revitalization projects. The money from district 8 will go toward the Walnut Streetscape and Blight Remediation Project. The money from District 9 will fund the...
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Housing Authority, partners celebrate Hunt School Village grand opening

The Macon-Bibb County Housing Authority, In-Fill Housing, Inc., and Macon-Bibb County government celebrated the official grand opening of Hunt School Village (990 Shurling Drive) with a ribbon cutting ceremony on July 21, 2017. Hunt School Village is a beautiful new...
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Apply now to be a Youth Commissioner

Macon-Bibb County is accepting applications until August 11 for its next Youth Commission, a year-long program for students to learn more about their local consolidated government, as well as how it interacts with state and federal government. This year’s Youth...
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New county department directors named

Lake Tobesofkee and Bowden Golf Course are now their own separate departments within the Macon-Bibb County government. Previously, they both fell under the umbrella of the Recreation Department. With this change, the people who managed those places are now their...

read more

Fighting blight project by project in Macon-Bibb

Commissioners recently approved spending money from District 8 and 9 blight funds for 2 revitalization projects. The money from district 8 will go toward the Walnut Streetscape and Blight Remediation Project. The money from District 9 will fund the...

read more

Apply now to be a Youth Commissioner

Macon-Bibb County is accepting applications until August 11 for its next Youth Commission, a year-long program for students to learn more about their local consolidated government, as well as how it interacts with state and federal government. This year’s Youth...

read more

National Night Out planned for August 1

National Night Out is an annual county-wide initiative to bring the community together with law enforcement and firefighters. There are parties and cookouts and events planned all over Macon-Bibb for neighbors and friends to just have a good time, and get to the know...

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More recycling cans being installed Downtown

On Saturday, July 8, Macon-Bibb County installed 21 new recycling cans Downtown along Cherry Street, Poplar Street, First Street, Second Street, Third Street, and Cotton Avenue. These recycling cans were purchased with a Downtown Challenge Grant received by the Keep...

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