- Older White Male
- Tattoo on the lower right side of his neck (possible rose or gun black in color)
- Older model four-door vehicle
- Rear door windows were tinted
Dumping large amounts of oil and grease in wastewater can cause sewer lines to clog, wastewater treatment plant problems and environmental concerns. Please throw used grease into the trash after it has solidified.
For more information, please call City Hall 770-464-2380.
This month’s utility bills have the final format under the new system. Please note that under the new system, your billing account number has changed. If you have bill pay set up with your bank, please update your account to reflect the new account number to ensure there are no issues with processing your payment. The new account will have this format: xxx-xxxxx-xx . The old format was xxxxx-xxxxx.
If you have any questions, please call City Hall, 770-464-2380.
Walton County has launched a mass notification service that will alert you to potential safety hazards or concerns, such as severe weather, tornadoes, unexpected road closures, missing persons and evacuations of buildings or neighborhoods. You can choose which alerts you want to receive and whether to receive alerts via calls to your home, mobile or business phones, or messages by email address or text messages. There is no charge for this service and you can opt out at any time. To sign up, go to http://www.waltoncountyga.gov, scroll down and click on the EVERBRIDGE logo in the Quick links box.
It’s tax season and scammers are continuing to prey on people’s fear of the IRS and paying taxes. Citizens are reporting calls coming from Lake Charles, LA from the phone number 337-516-0542 claiming to be with the IRS and demanding payment for taxes that are owed and threatening to send the local police department to arrest them if they don’t.
If you receive a call like this, just hang up.
The IRS will never:
For taxpayers who don’t owe taxes or don’t think they do:
For those who owe taxes or think they do:
Stay alert to scams that use the IRS as a lure. Tax scams can happen any time of year, not just at tax time. For more, visit “Tax Scams and Consumer Alerts” on IRS.gov.
We apologize for the confusion that the appearance of the new bills may have caused. Next month’s statement will have the City of Social Circle identified on the return address and the statement will be changed to make it easier to read.
The image to the right is a sample of what next month’s utility bill will look like. The portion at the bottom shows the return address that will show through the window on the envelope clearly identifying The City of Social Circle. (Click on the image to see a larger version.)
We appreciate your patience and your comments on the new bills as we transition to our new system.
All utility bills were mailed on Tuesday, March 13.
In order to ensure the accuracy of the bills as we send them out on the new system for the first time, we delayed sending out this month’s utility bills on the schedule we originally published. We do regret any inconvenience the delay may have caused and to allow you time to pay this month’s bill, we have extended a grace period between the due date of March 29th and the assessment of late fees on April 3rd. Late fees will be applied at the close of business on April 3rd.
The bill format is also in an interim stage. Next month you will notice a significant change in the look of the bill which is designed to make it easier to read and to compare with your usage history.
The new financial software and utility billing system will move Social Circle forward with technology and open up new opportunities for us to serve you better.
Thank you for your patience. Please feel free to call us at 770-464-2380 should you have any questions or concerns.
The Social Circle Police Department will hold their first Citizen Police Academy (CPA) starting in April 3. The CPA will meet one evening a week for five weeks and then one Saturday and will give citizens a hands-on look at the daily activities of our police officers. Applicants are required to be twenty-one (21) years of age and must provide their own transportation to and from training. Acceptance into the program is subject to review of the applicant’s background, including a criminal history inquiry. There is no charge for the course.
For more information, please contact Lt. Randy Downs at 770-464-2366 or e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Social Circle Police Department has announced the date for their next Citizen Firearm Class.
Date: Saturday, March 3, 2018
Time: 8:30 am – 4:30 pm
Location: Community Room
This class is designed for those individuals that want to become familiar with how to properly use a firearm. This course will include classroom and range instruction. This course will also provide the legal and lawful explanation of the use of force.
Please contact Lt. Randy Downs at email@example.com for more information.
The class size is limited to the first 15 applicants. All applications must be submitted no later than Thursday, February 22, 2018.