Notary Application Now Online
Sep10

Notary Application Now Online

The Gordon County Superior Court Clerk’s office is proud to announce that new and renewal notary public applications are now filled out online. In an effort to provide ease and convenience, Gordon County Superior Court Clerk’s office, in conjunction with the Georgia Superior Court Clerks’ Cooperative Authority, has developed an online notary public application process. Go to www.gsccca.org and select the Georgia Notary Online...

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Plats Filed in Georgia Must Be Filed Electronically
Jan09

Plats Filed in Georgia Must Be Filed Electronically

Grant Walraven, Clerk of Superior Court, would like to share this important announcement with the citizens of Gordon County. Effective January 1, 2017, all plats filed in Georgia must be filed electronically. Plats will no longer be accepted for filing in paper format. The move to require the eFiling of plats was mandated with the passage of HB 1004 (§ 15-6-67) during the 2016 Georgia General Assembly legislative session. In order to...

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Northwest Georgia Regional Commission Citizen Resources
May24

Northwest Georgia Regional Commission Citizen Resources

NWGRC is a multi-county organization funded in part by 15 Northwest Georgia counties and 49 municipalities.  One of their responsibilities includes administration of the Workforce Investment Act.  They execute this responsibility through the Workforce Investment Program which includes career counselling, scholarships, tuition assistance, job placement, and on-the-job training. Workforce Investment Program:...

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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: https://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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RV, Campers, Travel Trailers and Tiny Homes
Aug11

RV, Campers, Travel Trailers and Tiny Homes

Gordon County ordinances do not allow structures identified as RV’s camper, travel trailers or the relatively new term “tiny homes” to be used as dwellings. These type units are primarily designed as temporary living quarters for recreational, camping, or seasonal use.

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