Invitation for Bids: One Door Polk/Highland Rivers Health Project. Click here to access.

Public hearing notice: Click here to read the full announcement.

Tree Commission Meeting Notice and Agenda April 2 at 1 p.m.

City Commission Work Session Agenda for April 6.

Fourth Friday returning to Downtown Cedartown this summer

Fourth Friday returning to Downtown Cedartown this summer

  Beeler Insurance Group, Kimoto and Croker’s Hardware among first sponsors; additional sponsorships available   Cedartown, Ga. – March 30, 2015:  The Fourth Friday Concert Series will return this summer, bringing live music, great food and classic cars to the heart of Downtown Cedartown. The Fourth Friday Series, now in its early planning stage, is beingContinue Reading

Two free business workshops planned at City Hall

Two free business workshops planned at City Hall

Cedartown, Ga. – March 23, 2015:  Providing budding entrepreneurs with tools for success will be the highlight of two free business workshops that will take place at Cedartown City Hall. The workshops, sponsored by the City of Cedartown in strategic partnership with Georgia Northwestern Technical College, are planned for March 30 at 5:30 p.m. andContinue Reading

Habitat for Humanity planning rehab for local home; seeking Cedartown volunteers

Habitat for Humanity planning rehab for local home; seeking Cedartown volunteers

Cedartown, Georgia — March 18, 2015:The Coosa Valley Habitat for Humanity is scheduling a rehab for a local home in Polk County. The organization is currently looking for volunteers and leaders for the project. The rehab project is slated to begin on March 21 and continue until June. For more information on this project viewContinue Reading

Unique sculpture pays tribute to Big Spring Park’s original inhabitants

Unique sculpture pays tribute to Big Spring Park’s original inhabitants

By Dustin Ledford, Polk County Standard Journal Correspondent (used with permission) The appearance of three Cherokee figures carved from a tree stump in Big Springs Park in Cedartown has certainly drawn some attention, and that’s exactly the point according to the sculpture’s creator, Jeremy Smith. He finished up the work over March 7 and 8Continue Reading