Gordon County Renews Storm Ready Certification
Jan26

Gordon County Renews Storm Ready Certification

Gordon County was first certified as a Storm Ready community in 2005. Gordon County has continued to improve our capabilities each year and with each renewal of our Storm Ready designation. This 2017 renewal marks the 5th renewal of Storm Ready in Gordon County. Storm Ready is a nationwide program that helps communities better protect their citizens during severe weather from tornadoes to tropical storms. The program encourages...

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Irwin Mill Road Closure
Nov17

Irwin Mill Road Closure

Fire Chief Doug Ralston and Public Works Director Barry Hice report that Irwin Mill Road between box 270 and Ryo Mountain Road is closed due to unsafe conditions such as falling rocks and trees caused by the fire . We urge everyone to avoid the area of Irwin Mill Road and the Ryo Mountain area.

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Permitting & Building Inspections Information
Jul06

Permitting & Building Inspections Information

If you have plans to build, renovate, add accessory or agricultural structures in the future please be aware that permits may be required depending to the scope of work you will be doing. How will you know if a permit is required? The easiest way is to call the Gordon County Building, Planning and Development office at 706-629-0505 or come by our office at 200 S. Wall Street next door to the courthouse. You can then explain what you...

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Gordon County Social Services
Oct03

Gordon County Social Services

There are many wonderful social services in and near Gordon County.  Whatever the need may be, there are people here in Gordon County willing to help.  Please visit: http://gordoncounty.org/services/social-services/  for a complete listing of the social services offered in Gordon County.

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The Color of Road Name Signs
Sep29

The Color of Road Name Signs

Many have asked, “why are some road name signs green and others blue?” The answer is that green signs are used for county maintained roads and blue signs are used for private drives. As in life, it’s not always this cut and dry; although Gordon County will never use blue signs on a county maintained road, you may find instances where a citizen has purchased a green sign to post at the end of their road. If you ever have any questions...

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Volunteer Board Vacancies
Aug21

Volunteer Board Vacancies

Gordon County government always has several openings on volunteer boards. If interested on serving on any Board, please review the list of available openings and submit a letter of interest to: Annette Berry, County Clerk 201 N. Wall St. Calhoun, GA 30701 706-629-3795 Click here to review all board vacancies.

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