On March 17th at 12 noon, the City of Thomasville and the West Point Society of Tallahassee will host an event at the Flipper Cemetery that will unveil a new bronze burial marker for Lt. Henry O. Flipper and granite markers for his parents. According to Kha McDonald, Senior Assistant City Manager, the new markers are more befitting of such contributors to Thomasville’s and West Point’s history. “Lt. Flipper’s legacy is significant and a source of pride for all of Thomasville,”...
Remington Avenue from Bennett Street to Hansell Street will be temporarily closed to thru traffic beginning Saturday, March 4, 2017. The street will be temporarily closed from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. to facilitate a utility repair. Construction is expected to be complete by 7:00 p.m. on March 4. (click picture to enlarge)
Read More » Posted on Mar 3, 2017
Thomasville motorists should be aware of temporary lane closures due to utility repairs over the next several days. Streets include: 342 Skyline Dr. – February 22-24, 2017 N. Stevens St. at W. Jerger St. – February 23-24, 2017 105 Belmont St. - February 24-25, 2017 548 W Calhoun St. – February 27-28, 2017 Winslow Dr. at Imperial Dr. – February 28-29, 2017 Doncaster Dr. at Sherwood Dr. – March 1-2, 2017
Read More » Posted on Feb 22, 2017
Utility crews are performing a repair at North Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive at Booker Street. The south bound lane will be closed from midmorning Monday, February 20th through noon on Tuesday, February 21st. (click picture to enlarge)
Read More » Posted on Feb 20, 2017
Beginning Monday, February 20, 2017, the City of Thomasville will resume repairing the brick pavers on West Jackson Street from South Madison to Stevens Street. As a result, there will be some lane closures along West Jackson Street in order to facilitate the repair work. “We began working in this area earlier this month to repair the intersection of West Jackson Street and Stevens Street and five additional areas that were also identified,” said Wayne Newsome. “The work we will...
Read More » Posted on Feb 17, 2017
Beginning Thursday, February 16, 2017, the eastbound lane on East Jackson Street, from Broad Street to Crawford Street, will be closed to thru traffic. This section of the street will be temporarily closed to facilitate emergency brick repair near the intersection of East Jackson Street and Broad Street. “Unfortunately, we have an emergency situation involving some of the brick pavers near the intersection of East Jackson and Broad Streets,” said Wayne Newsome, Assistant City...
Read More » Posted on Feb 15, 2017
The City of Thomasville was recently awarded a Liability Grant in the amount of $7,790 from the Georgia Municipal Association (GMA). These funds will be used by the City to purchase safety barrier and barricades. “We are pleased to be awarded this grant by GMA that will allow us to replace older, heavy, wooden barricades with reflective, plastic A-frame barricades,” said Justin Kuhns, Risk Management Coordinator. “The new barricades will be safer for drivers and also much easier for...
Read More » Posted on Feb 15, 2017
Beginning Monday, February 13, 2017, Carroll Street from Old Albany Road to Cassidy Road will be closed to thru traffic. The street will be temporarily closed to facilitate a wastewater main replacement. Residents along Carroll Street will have access to their homes throughout construction. Construction is expected to be complete by Monday, March 13, 2017. (click on photo to enlarge)
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Beginning Monday, February 13, 2017, Bennett Street from Smith Avenue to Remington Avenue will be closed to thru traffic. The street will be temporarily closed to facilitate a wastewater main replacement. Residents along Bennett Street will have access to their homes throughout construction. Construction is expected to be complete by Monday, March 13, 2017. (click on photo to enlarge)
Read More » Posted on Feb 9, 2017
While many children spend their days glued to video games, smart phones and computers, there are still a number of Thomasville youth who spend their time playing outside and engaging in neighborhood sports. Unfortunately, the Thomasville Police Department has received numerous complaints about children playing basketball in streets and roadways. Because such a practice can pose safety concerns, TPD would like to encourage parents and motorists to use caution. “There is nothing like...
Read More » Posted on Feb 3, 2017
The Thomasville Police Department has launched an online survey to help assess the current perception of law enforcement service to the community. The survey is being conducted in partnership with the Thomas University Division of Social Work. According to Police Chief Troy Rich, participation in the survey is necessary in order to adequately gauge how the department is doing and where improvements are needed. “We are hoping that we gain a great deal of input and participation in the...
Read More » Posted on Jan 31, 2017
The Thomasville Planning and Zoning Commission met earlier this month to chart 2017 initiatives and elect officers. The Commission is responsible for working to engage the public in the planning process, a process that can involve comprehensive planning, zoning and the implementation of a comprehensive plan. According to Brian Herrmann, City Planner, this essentially means that the Commission is charged with balancing the public good with private rights and interests. “The Thomasville...
Read More » Posted on Jan 27, 2017