PUBLIC HEARING to be held on October 27, 2021 in the Fayette County Administrative Complex, 140 Stonewall Avenue West, Public Meeting Room, First Floor, Fayetteville, Georgia at 7:00 P.M.
Fayette County, Georgia – October 8th, 2021 Silver Leaf Drive is scheduled to close beginning Wednesday, October 20th 2021 thru December 2021 for a 2017 SPLOST stormwater project.
Silver Leaf Drive will be CLOSED to all thru-traffic between Gingercake Road and Redwood Circle until December 2021. This project consists of the demolition and removal of a failing 48-inch corrugated metal pipe and the construction of a concrete box culvert, 6-ft by 4-ft in size.
Right of Way Acquisition was completed in April 2021 and utility relocations have begun. The County apologizes for any inconvenience this may cause, but this work is necessary for the safety of the citizens and to preserve Fayette County’s road infrastructure.
Citizens are encouraged to visit the County’s webpage to gain the latest updates on all 2017 SPLOST projects: https://www.fayettecountyga.gov/splost-2017/
Please contact Fayette County at 770-305-5410 or SPLOST@fayettecountyga.gov for additional information.
The Fayette County Commission holds regular meetings on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month at 6:30pm in the Administrative Complex located at 140 Stonewall Avenue West, Fayetteville, GA 30214.
The Fayette County Department of Public Works recently completed four comprehensive corridor studies: State Route 279, Tyrone – Palmetto Road, Sandy Creek Road, and Banks Road.
Fayette County’s Board of Commissioners approved a referendum for a one-cent special purpose local option sales tax (SPLOST) that will fund transportation, stormwater infrastructure, and public safety. It was approved by voters on March 21, 2017.
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Due to minimal enrollment, the Fayette County Emergency Management Agency is discontinuing the use of the CodeRED Mass Notification system. However, it's important for all citizens to maintain the ability to receive warnings through multiple means. All citizens should obtain and use an NOAA Weather Radio at home, as well as any other means of receiving alerts possible, including smartphone apps, television, radio, etc. to maintain awareness of hazards that may arise. Please go to www.ready.ga.gov for more information on family, business, and travel preparedness.