Macon-Bibb County

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  • County Commissioners, leaders get flu shots
    That time of year is again upon us – the dreaded flu season. One of the best ways to prevent coming down with it is to get your flu shot. County Commissioners and other leaders had the chance to get their shots before Tuesday’s Commission meeting.  While flu viruses are detected year-round, flu viruses typically […]

    October 7, 2022 published by Edna Ruiz

  • Macon-Bibb Fire Department to get new training facility
    The next major step has been taken to provide our firefighters with a new state-of-the-art Fire Safety Training Facility. The Commission approved $2.8 million from the 2018 voter-approved Special Local Options Sales Tax (SPLOST) to fund its construction. “This new training facility and tower will allow our fire instructors to train with more versatility, realism […]

    October 22, 2021 published by Edna Ruiz

  • Recap of July 20, 2021 Commission Meeting
    At the July 20, 2021 Macon-Bibb County Commission Meeting, the Board voted on a slew of items. Prior to the votes, there was a proclamation recognizing  July as BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) Mental Health Awareness Month. You can view that proclamation at the 2:00 minute mark in this video. There, you can also […]

    July 23, 2021 published by Edna Ruiz

  • Departments, offices alter hours & schedules to protect health of employees & community
    As the Novel Coronavirus 2019, or COVID-19, spread through Georgia, Macon-Bibb County departments and agencies began planning for how they could change operations to help protect the health of employees and the community, all while maintaining expected and needed services. These changes have been made throughout this week, as it was possible. “I’m proud of […]

    March 27, 2020 published by Edna Ruiz

  • Recap of November 20, 2018 Macon-Bibb County Commission Meeting
    At the Macon-Bibb County Commission meeting on November 20, Pastor Bobby Brown from Mount Calvary Baptist Church led the invocation. Two local students who are members of S.M.A.R.T. (South Macon Arts Revitalization Technology) delivered the pledge. Thank you to Shundriel Miles and Tyreke Bowman for leading the room in the pledge. David Gowan, Director of […]

    November 21, 2018 published by Edna Ruiz

  • Recap of October 16, 2018 Macon-Bibb County Commission Meeting
    Pastor Isom Walter Evans, Sr. of Progressive Baptist Church led the Invocation at the October 16 Commission Meeting. The Pledge of Allegiance at the October 16 Commission Meeting was led by Macon-Bibb 4-H members Molly Prevett and Tiffany Erthal. Ms. Prevette is in the 6th grade at the Academy for Classical Education, and Ms. Erthal […]

    October 17, 2018 published by Edna Ruiz

  • Recap of September 4, 2018 Macon-Bibb County Commission Meeting
    Reverend Scott Dickison from First Baptist Church, led the invocation at the Macon-Bibb Commission Meeting on Tuesday, September 4. And Boy Scouts from Troop 10 led the Commission and audience in the Pledge of Allegiance at the meeting. Agenda Items The Commission approved negotiations and/or condemnation of 3970 Grand Avenue in ongoing effort to fight […]

    September 7, 2018 published by Edna Ruiz

  • Recap of July 17, 2018 Macon-Bibb County Commission Meeting
    Pastor Willie Finney, Jr. of Smith Street Baptist Church led the invocation at the July 17 Macon-Bibb County Commission Meeting. That was followed by Larry Howard and Jasmine Martin, members of our local 4H club, leading the crowd in the Pledge of Allegiance. Our Emergency Management Agency Director, Spencer Hawkins, was recognized for winning the […]

    July 20, 2018 published by Edna Ruiz

  • Recap of June 5, 2018 Macon-Bibb County Commission Meeting
    At the June 5, 2018 Macon-Bibb County Commission meeting, Pastor Benjamin Newberry from Calvary Baptist Church delivered the invocation. Two students led us in the Pledge of Allegiance: Jordan Garr from the Academy of Classical Education and Waldron Hiley, Jr. from Stratford Academy. Agenda Items Commissioners voted to approve closing and selling William Street lane, […]

    June 7, 2018 published by Edna Ruiz

  • Commissioners call on State Legislators to allow people to vote on an OLOST
    On Monday, March 19, Mayor Pro Tem Al Tillman and Commissioners Lucas, Schlesinger, and Watkins, along with SPLOST Advisory Committee Chair Theron Ussery, held a press conference to call on State Legislators to come together and pass a bill that would allow citizens to vote in November on an Other Local Option Sales Tax (OLOST). […]

    March 21, 2018 published by Edna Ruiz

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