News & Public Notices

Early Voting Begins Monday, May 18th

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Early Voting Begins Monday, May 18th

Early Voting for the June 9, 2020, General Primary Election and Presidential Preference Primary will begin on Monday, May 18th and will end on Friday, June 5th, in the Gordon County Board of Elections and Voter Registration Office, office hours are Monday – Friday from 8:30 am until 5 pm. We will have one day of Saturday voting on May 30th from 9 am until 4 pm, in the Elections and Voter Registration Office. We will not have early voting on Monday, May 25th due to Memorial Day. Please remember that the Gordon County Board of Elections and...

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Admin Report for May 5, 2020

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Admin Report for May 5, 2020

FINANCIAL REPORT SPLOST AND LOST:  SPLOST and LOST revenue shown in the report dated May 5, 2020 reflect collections reported for March 2020. For that period, SPLOST collections were $772,416.61 which is a $44,859.44 (6.17%) increase over the same period last year. LOST collections were $429,497.29 which is a $32,928.09 (7.16%) increase over the same period last year. The increases reflect a quarterly payment for taxes assessed against online sales. BUDGET PREPARATION CALENDAR FOR F/Y 2020-2021:  Finance is printing the recommended budget for...

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The EPD Burn Ban Has Been Postponed Until June 1st for Gordon County

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The EPD Burn Ban Has Been Postponed Until June 1st for Gordon County

Beginning May 1, the Georgia Environmental Protection Division (EPD) open burning ban will be in effect for 47 Georgia counties. The ban will begin June 1 in seven additional counties, which were given extra time to clear vegetative debris from April storms. (Banks, Catoosa, Chattooga, Floyd, Gordon, Upson, and Walker counties.) Typically, the ban prohibits citizens and businesses from burning yard and land-clearing debris during the summer ozone season, which runs from May 1 through September 30. This is in addition to the rule that...

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An Official Absentee Ballot Drop Box Now Available

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An Official Absentee Ballot Drop Box Now Available

Gordon County Board of Elections and Voter Registration Office has installed an “Official Absentee Ballot Drop Box” for voters to use when dropping off their absentee ballots to the Elections and Voter Registration Office. The “Official Absentee Ballot Drop Box” is located at the Gordon County Annex Building at 101 S. Piedmont Street, Calhoun, Georgia. Voters will be able to deposit their absentee ballot in the secured drop box anytime, even after regular business hours and on weekends. For more information, please...

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Public Notice: Regarding Board of Assessors Operations, Assessment Notices, & Appeals.

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Public Notice:  Regarding Board of Assessors Operations, Assessment Notices, & Appeals.

Gordon County Board of Assessors Regarding Operations, Assessment Notices & Appeals. April 29, 2020 For Immediate Release Out of an abundance of caution, the Gordon County Assessor’s Office continues to operate with restricted access. While we are unable to meet with taxpayers face-to-face, our office is committed to providing the best customer service possible in this difficult time. If you have questions about your property or anything related to our office, we are happy to assist you, either through our websites,...

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How Hiring: E-911 Telecommunicator

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How Hiring:  E-911 Telecommunicator

Gordon County is accepting applications for a full-time Public Safety Telecommunicator for the E-911 Facility. Candidate must have a high school diploma from an accredited high school or an equivalency from an accredited program, preferably EMD certified, but will train. The ideal candidate should have computer keyboard knowledge and the ability to exercise good judgment in crises. Must be willing to work flexible hours, holidays, weekends, and rotating shifts. Must pass pre-employment written and oral exams, drug screening, and a criminal...

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Now Hiring: Basic Firefighter

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Now Hiring:  Basic Firefighter

Gordon County is currently accepting applications for the position of Basic Firefighter. Qualified applicants should possess the following minimum qualifications and/or abilities: Be at least 18 Years of Age. High School Diploma or equivalent from an accredited program. Valid Georgia Driver’s License (processing to class E or F) and maintain throughout employment. Be physically prepared to take a Timed, Pass or Fail test, which is the Gordon County Fire. Rescue Physical Ability Test (CPAT) as prescribed by the Georgia Firefighter’s Standards...

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Admin Report for April 21, 2020

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Admin Report for April 21, 2020

FINANCIAL REPORT SPLOST AND LOST:  SPLOST and LOST revenue shown in the report dated March 31, 2020, reflect collections reported for February 2020. For that period, SPLOST collections were $706,455.28 which is a $15,116.31 (2.19%) increase over the same period last year. LOST collections were $447,432.31 which is an $8,915.02 (2.03%) increase over the same period last year. BUDGET PREPARATION CALENDAR FOR F/Y 2020-2021:  Budget work continues almost daily. The extent of the economic impact of the Covid-19 pandemic remains unknown. The...

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Sample Ballots for the General Primary/Nonpartisan Election

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Sample Ballots for the General Primary/Nonpartisan Election

To view a copy of the sample ballot please go to My Voter Page, www.mvp.sos.ga.gov Please note that some ballots will have the Presidential Preference Primary listed on the General Primary/Nonpartisan Election ballot while others will not. Example: If you cast a ballot in the Presidential Preference Primary Election (back in March 2020) then your ballot will not have the presidential candidates listed on your June 9, 2020, General Primary/Nonpartisan ballot. If you did not vote in the Presidential Preference Primary then your ballot for June...

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4/21 Board of Elections and Voter Registration Meeting

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4/21 Board of Elections and Voter Registration Meeting

The Gordon County Board of Elections and Voter Registration will meet on Tuesday, April 21, 2020, at 4 p.m., via Google Meet. If you would like to attend this meeting in listen-only mode please contact the Gordon County Board of Elections and Voter Registration by emailing shicks@gordoncounty.org and you will be sent the link to attend this meeting. If you have any questions please contact the Elections and Voter Registration Office at 706-629-7781.

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