Portion of Oakcliff Road in Shirley Hills to temporarily close for debris removal

The portion of Oakcliff Road from Jackson Springs Road to near Nottingham Drive will be closed to through traffic from 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday, October 18, 2017 so crews can more quickly clear that area of Tropical Storm Irma debris. SDR, the contractor...

Crews begin county-wide
 debris collection

Macon-Bibb County has hired Southern Disaster Recovery (SDR) to collect, grind, and remove debris left behind from Tropical Storm Irma, and DebrisTech as the debris monitoring company. DebrisTech has conducted training of Field Debris Monitors and certified the trucks...

Macon Water Authority lifts boil water advisory

Investments in advanced testing provide quick assurance water is safe to drink The Macon Water Authority (MWA) has lifted its boil water advisory, which had been in effect for nearly three days for select customers in southeast Macon-Bibb County. The precaution is no...

Business Development Services begins move to new offices

As part of Macon-Bibb’s ongoing consolidation effort to bring offices together and make them easier to access by the public, the Business Development Services Department has begun its move to the Historic Macon Terminal Station (200 Cherry Street), Suite 202. The...

Update on Tropical Storm Irma debris collections

Reporting debris, company hiring for crews, and individual help Since the storm, Macon-Bibb Solid Waste & Advanced Disposal have continued to collect garbage, recycling, containerized yard waste (leaves and pine straw in bags, for example), and up to two cubic...

Economic & Community Development Department holding annual CDBG Pre-Funding Conference

The Macon-Bibb County Economic and Community Development Department will host the Annual Pre-Funding Conference for the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program on Thursday, October 19, 2017, at 10:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. The Conference will be held in...

Crews begin county-wide
 debris collection

Macon-Bibb County has hired Southern Disaster Recovery (SDR) to collect, grind, and remove debris left behind from Tropical Storm Irma, and DebrisTech as the debris monitoring company. DebrisTech has conducted training of Field Debris Monitors and certified the trucks...

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Macon Water Authority lifts boil water advisory

Investments in advanced testing provide quick assurance water is safe to drink The Macon Water Authority (MWA) has lifted its boil water advisory, which had been in effect for nearly three days for select customers in southeast Macon-Bibb County. The precaution is no...

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Business Development Services begins move to new offices

As part of Macon-Bibb’s ongoing consolidation effort to bring offices together and make them easier to access by the public, the Business Development Services Department has begun its move to the Historic Macon Terminal Station (200 Cherry Street), Suite 202. The...

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Update on Tropical Storm Irma debris collections

Reporting debris, company hiring for crews, and individual help Since the storm, Macon-Bibb Solid Waste & Advanced Disposal have continued to collect garbage, recycling, containerized yard waste (leaves and pine straw in bags, for example), and up to two cubic...

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State, local agencies 
hold disaster training exercise

The Georgia State Defense Force (GSDF), Georgia State Patrol, Macon-Bibb Emergency Management Agency (EMA), Macon-Bibb Fire Department, and Bibb County Sheriff’s Office will be conducing a disaster training exercise on Saturday, October 7 from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00...

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Commissioner Tillman to hold public forum

Commissioners Al Tillman will hold a joint public forum for residents of Districts 9 on Tuesday, October 10, from 6:30 – 8:00 p.m. at Ingleside United Methodist Church (3187 Ridge Avenue). He will be joined by District 1 Commissioner Gary Bechtel and Macon-Bibb’s...

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Input sought for Delores A. Brooks Rec Center improvements

The Macon-Bibb County Recreation Department is beginning to plan for the next phase of improvements at Delores A Brooks Recreation Center located at 3326 Ocmulgee East Boulevard (formerly known as East Macon Recreation Center). WM2A Architects will help develop a...

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