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MEMORIAL DAY CITY SERVICES SCHEDULE

The City of Thomasville administrative offices will be closed Monday, May 25, 2020 in observance of Memorial Day. Because of the holiday observance, some City services will be affected. City services’ schedules are as follows: Utilities Response Center Regular 24-hour operational schedule. They can be reached by calling 229-227-5499. City of Thomasville Residential Refuse Monday residential customers will be collected on Tuesday, May 26. Tuesday residential customers will be...



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CITY ANNOUNCES THE RELEASE OF ANNUAL WATER CONSUMER CONFIDENCE REPORT

The City of Thomasville is proud to announce the release of its 2019 Water Consumer Confidence Report (CCR). This annual report highlights the City’s accomplishments, infrastructure and results of the Environmental Protection Agency’s testing requirements for safe drinking water. The City has been producing the report for the community for over 20 years. “The City of Thomasville Water Treatment Department provides award-winning quality water to Thomasville that meets or exceeds...



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CITY OF THOMASVILLE LAUNCHES SUMMER READING VIDEOS

The City of Thomasville will release a five-part summer reading series beginning Friday, May 15. The series is aimed at providing story time while our youngest residents are still encouraged to shelter in place. “Story Time with the City” will feature City employees reading books to children from a variety of locations around the community. City Manager Alan Carson said, “I am honored to take part in the series and hope that it can provide parents a few minutes to enjoy their coffee or...



CITY OF THOMASVILLE OPERATIONAL UPDATE

Governor Brian Kemp’s recent announcement that Georgia’s public health state of emergency order would extend through June 12 will have an impact on some City of Thomasville services. City Manager Alan Carson said that in light of the Governor’s continued state of emergency order, special event permits and park reservations would continue to be suspended through June 12. “We are committed to following the Governor’s plan to reopen Georgia and the White House’s Guidelines for...



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CITY ANNOUNCES REOPENING OF COUNTRY OAKS GOLF COURSE

After being temporarily closed to the public since March 23rd, the City of Thomasville has announced that Country Oaks Golf Course will reopen on Friday May 15th. New policies have been implemented in order to provide safety while allowing players to enjoy golfing at the course. “Since the day we temporarily closed, Mike Owens and his staff at Country Oaks have worked at length to prepare for a reopening,” said Alan Carson, City Manager. “Some of the measures will include social...



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CITY RECOGNIZES NATIONAL DRINKING WATER WEEK

The City of Thomasville recognizes National Drinking Water Week, by encouraging consumers to realize their tap water is “There When You Need It”. The American Water Works Association (AWWA) will observe Drinking Water Week May 3rd -9th, 2020. “National Drinking Water Week has been celebrated for more than 40 years by the American Water Works Association (AWWA) and its members,” said Chris White, Executive Director of Public Utilities. “The national week of recognition is a...



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ROAD CLOSURE SCHEDULED FOR SUSIE WAY

**Update – Due to construction delays, the road closure has been extended until May 15th. ** City of Thomasville Utility crews, contractors, and CSX crews will begin work on the Susie Way rail crossing beginning on Monday May 4th. Crews will be repairing the crossing and paving located on Susie Way between Smith Avenue and Metcalf Avenue. The work is expected to take place between the hours of 8:00 am and 7:00 pm. and is expected to last through Friday May 8th. There will be a...



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ROAD CLOSURE SCHEDULED FOR SOUTH PINETREE BOULEVARD

**Update – Due to construction delays, the road closure has been extended until May 15th.** City of Thomasville Utility crews, contractors, and CSX crews will begin work on the South Pinetree Boulevard rail crossing beginning on Monday May 4th. Crews will be repairing crossing, paving and drainage located on South Pinetree Boulevard between Fletcher Street and Woods Gate Lane. The work is expected to be between the hours of 8:00 am and 7:00 pm., and is expected to last through Friday...



CITY OF THOMASVILLE PRECAUTIONS ALLOW FOR BUSINESS OPERATIONS TO CONTINUE

City of Thomasville operations such as Thomasville Police Department (TPD), Thomasville Fire Rescue (TFR) and Utilities services including Water, Electric, Natural Gas, Public Works, Solid Waste, Wastewater and CNSNext are all essential services that our community depends upon for consistent, reliable service. Throughout the global COVID-19 pandemic, City of Thomasville staff members have continued to serve our community, citizens and customers, although some operations have been slightly...



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THOMASVILLE FIRE RESCUE LAUNCHES COMMUNITY CONNECT SOFTWARE

Thomasville Fire Rescue will soon launch new technology that will enhance the response from public safety personnel to calls for help from Thomasville citizens. Community Connect, provided by technology partner First Due, is an online application focused on protecting residents and their property in the most effective way possible. This secure and easy to use platform will allow residents to share critical information about their household in order to help first responders and emergency...



CITY OF THOMASVILLE OPERATIONAL UPDATE

On Monday, April 20, 2020, Governor Brian Kemp announced plans to reopen businesses previously ordered closed by Executive Order. After careful, measured consideration, City Manager Alan Carson said that the City of Thomasville’s recent operational changes that were made in response to COVID-19 would continue in place for now. “Like many other businesses, the City of Thomasville is eager to resume our normal operations,” he said. “However, with health and safety in mind, we...



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MAIN REPAIR AT EAST JACKSON STREET AND VASHTI STREET

City of Thomasville Utility crews will begin work at the intersection of East Jackson Street and Vashti Street on Wednesday, April 22nd. Crews will be performing routine maintenance on a gas main. The work is scheduled to occur between the hours of 8:00 am and 4:00 pm. There will be a temporary lane closure on a small portion of the southbound roadway while the work is being completed. Travelers in the area are encouraged to exercise caution while using the lane detour. For more...