INDEPENDENCE DAY FIREWORKS

Join the City of Thomasville and CNSNext as we celebrate Independence Day with fireworks at Remington Park! The fireworks will begin around 9:00 p.m. on Monday, July 4th. For over 20 years, CNSNext has sponsored the annual fireworks celebration as a way to express thanks for the community’s support and loyalty. CNSNext is very proud to bring this event to our community each year so that together we can celebrate our nation’s birthday with our family, friends and community. Bring a...



THOMASVILLE MAIN STREET RECEIVES 2022 MAIN STREET AMERICA ACCREDITATION

Thomasville Main Street has been designated as an Accredited Main Street America™ program for meeting rigorous performance standards. Each year, Main Street America and its partners announce the list of Accredited programs to recognize their exceptional commitment to preservation-based economic development and community revitalization through the Main Street Approach™. “We are extremely proud to recognize this year’s 863 nationally Accredited Main Street America programs that have...



ATLANTA BRAVES ANNOUNCE ADDITIONAL STOPS OF THEIR WORLD CHAMPIONS TROPHY TOUR PRESENTED BY TRUIST

The Atlanta Braves have announced additional stops of the World Champions Trophy Tour Presented by Truist. The tour will travel throughout Braves Country through summer 2022 with a total of 151 stops, commemorating 151 years of Braves baseball. Stops will include the opportunity for fans to take photos with the trophy, as well as programming by the Braves entertainment teams, alumni, and more at select locations. The trophy will visit The Ritz Amphitheater on July 23 from 11:30 am-2:30...



EMERGENCY SEWER SERVICE MAINTENANCE ON CAMPBELL STREET

City of Thomasville Utility crews will begin work to repair a sewer service line along Campbell Street between North Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and Fleming Street beginning Saturday, June 18, 2022. The work is expected to take place between the hours of 7:00 am and 5:00 pm. There will be a temporary road closure allowing local traffic only while the work is being completed. Travelers in the area are encouraged to exercise caution and to be aware of potential traffic delays. Detour...



DOWNTOWN THOMASVILLE CREATES SUMMER LOYALTY CARD TO ENCOURAGE SHOPPING LOCAL

The Office of Downtown and Tourism Development has created a summer loyalty spending card to encourage community members and visitors to shop locally. The summer months can be a slower season for tourism and retail. The goal of creating and promoting the summer loyalty card is to increase overnight hotel stays and spending in downtown shops and restaurants in Thomasville. “As Tourism Director, it’s my goal to make sure that we are continuously thinking of ways to encourage people to...



TEMPORARY LANE CLOSURE FOR WEST JACKSON STREET

Contractors will begin work along the south side lane of West Jackson Street beginning Wednesday, June 15, 2022 to install a new driveway at 1171 West Jackson Street. The work is scheduled to occur between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. and expected to last one day. There will be a lane closure while the work is being completed. Travelers in the area are encouraged to use caution and follow traffic control signage or use a different route. A map of the traffic plan can be found...



JUNETEENTH HOLIDAY CITY SERVICES SCHEDULE

The City of Thomasville administrative offices will be closed Monday, June 20, 2022, in observance of the Juneteenth holiday. Due to the holiday observance, some City services will be affected. City service schedules will be as follows: Utilities Response Center – Regular 24-hour operational schedule. They can be reached by calling 229-227-5499. City of Thomasville Residential Refuse – City of Thomasville residential refuse collection will remain on their normal Monday schedule....



CITY OF THOMASVILLE’S BLACK HISTORY PARADE SET FOR JUNE 18

The City of Thomasville will host the 3rd Annual Black History Parade on Saturday, June 18 at 10 am in Downtown Thomasville. “Our Black History Parade is a wonderful opportunity to spend your morning in Thomasville and enjoy this community event,” said Madison Eaton, Tourism and Events Manager for the City of Thomasville. “We want to encourage our community to come support the parade, and while in Downtown, experience everything we have to offer. Anytime we have the opportunity to...



CITY OF THOMASVILLE CELEBRATES WASTE & RECYCLING WORKERS WEEK

The City of Thomasville is proud to join other cities across the country to recognize Waste & Recycling Workers Week, celebrated June 13-18. This week-long recognition honors individuals in the solid waste industry for their hard work and dedication to keeping communities safe and healthy. The Solid Waste Association of North America (SWANA) Georgia Chapter hopes this week will bring awareness to protect solid waste workers and elevate the importance of their tasks for Georgia...



CITY HONORED BY MUNICIPAL GAS AUTHORITY OF GEORGIA

The City of Thomasville was recognized by the Municipal Gas Authority of Georgia (MGAG) during the recent 2022 Annual Membership Meeting held in May. Thomasville received a Marketing Excellence Award for being a gas authority with the highest customer growth percentage in 2021 for MGAG’s Southern Region. “We’re always honored when recognized for our hard work serving our community,” said Chris Hayes, Director of Utility Operations. “Our job is not only to continue to grow our...



CITY OF THOMASVILLE RECEIVES PLATINUM AWARD

The City of Thomasville’s Water Treatment Plant was recently recognized by the Georgia Association of Water Professionals (GAWP) for operating with perfection during 2021. For this achievement, the Water Treatment Plant received a Platinum Award by GAWP in recognition of a full year of meeting or exceeding compliance standards with all Safe Drinking Water Act requirements. This is the fifth consecutive year that the City of Thomasville has received this award. “We’re honored to...



CITY OF THOMASVILLE IMPLEMENTS GRANT FUNDS FROM WILLIAMS FAMILY FOUNDATION

A grant from the Williams Family Foundation was implemented this week through the purchase and installation of 24 historic plaques in the 200 block of West Jackson Street. This project completion caps off the City of Thomasville’s final phase to commemorate the history of this historic district. City of Thomasville staff worked with the Jack Hadley Black History Museum and the Thomasville History Center to identify historic businesses in this area. Plaques list the name of the business,...