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Three things to do in Cedartown to get you in the Christmas spirit

Three things to do in Cedartown to get you in the Christmas spirit

November 18, 2016 — Cedartown, Ga.: Looking for something fun, family friendly and FREE that will kick your Christmas spirit in high gear? Try coming out to these three special events — right here in Cedartown.  (We’ve even included a bonus event for you!)   Cedartown Christmas Tree Lighting [watch a video from last year’sContinue Reading

Drought Level II Response in effect: What does it mean for you?

Drought Level II Response in effect: What does it mean for you?

November 17, 2016: Based on recommendations by the Georgia Environmental Protection Division (EPD), Gov. Nathan Deal approved a Level 2 Drought Response designation for more than 50 counties. Faced with worsening drought conditions in about three-fourths of the state, 52 counties have been raised to Level 2 Drought Response and an additional 58 counties haveContinue Reading

Water officials asking City residents to curb outdoor water use

Water officials asking City residents to curb outdoor water use

Cedartown, Ga. – November 2, 2016:  Due to current statewide drought conditions, Cedartown Public Works Director Kelvin Garmon and Cedartown Water Plant Superintendent David Mason are asking for the public’s assistance in conserving water. “We are asking residents to participate in a voluntary restriction on outdoor watering in order to help with conservation efforts,” GarmonContinue Reading

Burn ban extended for Cedartown; Polk County

Burn ban extended for Cedartown; Polk County

From the Polk County Standard Journal:   The City of Cedartown is joining with Rockmart in extending the expiration of the burn ban in the area past the beginning of October. According to Cedartown Fire Chief Darrell Stephens, the ban is being extended until the western portions of Polk County within the city limits get moreContinue Reading