News & Public Notices

Have Questions About Absentee Ballots?

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Have Questions About Absentee Ballots?

Georgia voters can now go online to request an absentee ballot for November’s election, eliminating the need to download and mail a paper form. The secretary of state’s office launched the website to help handle record numbers of voters expected to cast an absentee ballot in this year’s presidential election. The site is available at ballot https://ballotrequest.sos.ga.gov/ FAQ about Georgia absentee ballot request website Q: Can anyone use this website? A: Any registered Georgia voter is eligible to request and cast an absentee ballot. State...

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Closed: Tax Commissioner’s and Tax Assessor’s Offices

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Closed:  Tax Commissioner’s and Tax Assessor’s Offices

UPDATE as of 8/31/2020: The Gordon County Tax Commissioner’s Office and Tax Assessor’s Office is now open at regular business hours. The Gordon County Tax Commissioner’s Office and Tax Assessor’s Office will be closed to the public until further notice due to possible COVID-19 exposure.  Citizens may continue to use the online services as well as the dropbox near the main entrance. Tax Commissioner’s Office: Please visit the Georgia Drives Online System to renew tags, replace registration, pay insurance fines, cancel registration, estimate...

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Election Results

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Election Results

Gordon County will post the election results after all precincts have closed and have reported the number to the Election’s Office. Gordon County Results: https://gordoncounty.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/Unofficial-and-Incomplete-ESR.pdf Click here for results from the US District 14 https://results.enr.clarityelections.com/GA/104480/web.255599/#/summary

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Admin Report for August 4, 2020

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Admin Report for August 4, 2020

FINANCIAL REPORT SPLOST AND LOST:  SPLOST and LOST revenue shown in the report dated July 31, 2020, reflect collections reported for June 2020. For that period, SPLOST collections were $847, 752.66 which is a $76,939.28 (9.98%) increase over the same period last year. LOST collections were $537,252.62 which is a $48,744.28 (9.98%) increase over the same period last year. For the last 12 months, SPLOST was up 7.01%, and LOST was up 2.38%. TAX DIGEST:  The current year tax digest is under review by the Finance Department. It appears the net...

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Road Closure: Cash Road

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Road Closure:  Cash Road

From Gordon County Public Works: Due to circumstances beyond our control Cash Rd near the dumpster site on the Dews Pond end will remain closed until further notice for culvert replacement and repairs.

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Public Notice: Intent to Process Absentee Ballots Early

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Public Notice:  Intent to Process Absentee Ballots Early

PUBLIC NOTICE Gordon County Board of Elections and Voter Registration Intent to Process Absentee Ballots Early for the August 11, 2020, Republican Primary Election Runoff The Gordon County Board of Elections and Voter Registration hereby provides public notice of the Gordon County Board of Elections and Voter Registration intent to begin processing absentee ballots prior to the close of the polls on August 11, 2020. Pursuant to State Election Board Emergency Rule 183-1-14-0.7-.15, the Gordon County Board of Elections and Voter Registration...

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7/28/2020 Gordon County Update Regarding COVID-19

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7/28/2020 Gordon County Update Regarding COVID-19

Gordon County Update Regarding COVID-19 July 28, 2020 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE…. We want to take this time to let our citizens know that Gordon County, Calhoun and leadership and public safety from all municipalities, school systems, faith-based organizations, and non-profits continue to work alongside each other to address issues relevant to COVID-19 within our community by communicating daily and holding bi-weekly meetings. These bi-weekly meetings serve as tools to make sure we are all collaborating together to stay up to date on our current...

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Administrator’s Report for July 7, 2020

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Administrator’s Report for July 7, 2020

FINANCIAL REPORT SPLOST AND LOST:  SPLOST and LOST revenue shown in the report dated June 30, 2020 reflect collections reported for May 2020. For that period, SPLOST collections were $819,919.17 which is a $15,440.56 (1.92%) increase over the same period last year. LOST collections were $519,395.71 which is a $9,166.62 (1.80%) increase over the same period last year. C.A.R.E.S. ACT:  The County has received a letter from the Governor’s Office with a notice of allotment money for potential reimbursement of expenses incurred due to the COVID-19...

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Sports Registration Now Open

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Sports Registration Now Open

Registration is now open for baseball, softball, football, and cheerleading. https://secure.rec1.com/GA/gordon-county-parks/catalog

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Offices Closed, July 3, 2020

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Offices Closed, July 3, 2020

Gordon County Government offices will be closed on Friday, July 3, 2020.  The offices will reopen at regular business hours on Monday, July 6, 2020. *** Photo by Trent Yarnell on Unsplash

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