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Leaf and Brush Pickup

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Leaf and Brush Pickup

Since the leaves are beginning to let loose and fall from the trees, now is a great time to remind everyone of the leaf and brush pickup schedule:

  • Monday: North of East Hightower Road and east of North Cherokee Road.
  • Tuesday: West of North Cherokee Road and north of West Hightower Trail and Alcova Drive.
  • Wednesday: South of Alcova Drive and West Hightower Trail and west of South Cherokee Road.
  • Thursday: East of South Cherokee Road and south of East Hightower Trail.
  • Friday: Make up day to pick up brush and leaves that were missed during the week due to equipment malfunctions, emergencies, etc.

If you pile leaves or brush after your designated day of pick up listed above, city crews will pick them up on your designated day the following week, not on Friday make up days. Special requests will be handled through work orders only by calling city Hall (770-464-2380).

View the pickup map online at https://socialcirclega.gov/leafpickup.

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Help Keep our Sewer Healthy

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Help Keep Our Sewer Healthy

Our sewer filtering system has had issues clogging up with disposable wipes. Please do not flush or dispose of [any] wipes (even if labeled flushable) into the Social Circle sewer system. This will help us continue to provide outstanding sewer service.

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Do We Owe You Money?

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Do We Owe You Money?

We also have several utility customers who have outstanding checks with the City due to Deposit Refunds. If you know any of the below listed, please ask them to contact us at City Hall so we can get those checks re-issued to the customer.

  1. Melinda Bedoya
  2. Salon Tru
  3. Kay J. Armstrong
  4. Rozlyn Monique Baccus
  5. Sharon Belliveau
  6. Newton Benton
  7. Albert Clark
  8. Cody Steinburg
  9. Lori Couch
  10. Mark Croom
  11. Lisa Denny
  12. David Duren
  13. Stacy Lee Epps
  14. Ricardo Escobar
  15. Fannie Mae Foundation
  16. Theodoris Gibbs
  17. Greg & Irene Goetze
  18. Melanie Gordon
  19. Leonard Hampton
  20. Patrick Harbin
  21. Morris Hardwick/ Schni
  22. Michael & Breeanne Hoover
  23. Maher Hossain
  24. Annette Hunter
  25. Aleah Ingold
  26. Myrna Jimenez
  27. Lara Keene
  28. Nathania R Kirk
  29. Lisa Lynam
  30. Syrrian Mahoney
  31. Dylan K Moody
  32. Jose Noel Mendez
  33. Tcyana Owens
  34. Stacy D Paulk
  35. Connie Pritchard
  36. Jessia Ragdale
  37. Elliott Rose
  38. Herman Strickland
  39. Herbert Thomas
  40. Bryson Utility
  41. Mary Webb
  42. Neena Wells
  43. Janice Wright
  44. RES GA RKC, LLC
  45. Crooked Creek Homes
  46. Winchester Home Builders
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Call Before You Dig

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Call Before You Dig

Should you plan to dig around buried piping, especially buried gas piping, the piping should be located in advance and all digging should be carefully done by hand in the vicinity of the pipe. You must contact the Georgia One Call Center at 800-282-7411 (or 811) three days before any digging by you or your contractor so that all buried cable may be located. This is a free service. Flag colors and what they represent: red: electric power lines, cable, conduit and lighting cables; orange: telecommunication, alarm, or signal lines, cable or conduit; yellow: natural gas, oil, steam, petroleum or other gaseous or flammable materials; green: sewers and drain lines; blue: drinking water; purple: reclaimed water, irrigation, and slurry lines; pink: temporary survey markings, unknown/unidentified facilities; white: proposed excavation limits or route.

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Underground Gas Pipe Maintenance

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Underground Gas Pipe Maintenance

As your natural gas distributor, the City of Social Circle is required, in accordance with federal regulations, to make you aware of certain safety recommendations regarding your underground natural gas piping. The City of Social Circle operates our gas system with an emphasis on safety. We are required to design, operate, and maintain our underground natural gas pipeline system in accordance with prescribed federal safety standards.

The gas department does not maintain the gas piping downstream of the gas meter. This is the responsibility of the customer who owns that piping. If the buried pipe is not properly maintained, it may be subject to corrosion (if the piping is metallic) and/or leakage. To ensure the continued safe and reliable operation of these lines, the buried piping should be checked periodically. You (or the building owner) are advised to contact a licensed plumber or heating contractor to assist you in locating and inspecting your buried gas piping. If any unsafe condition is found, repairs must be made ASAP. The Yellow Pages are an excellent source for listings of licensed plumbers and heating contractors.

If we can answer any questions regarding this notice, please call Social Circle City Hall at 770-464-2380. You may disregard this notice if you do not have buried piping beyond the gas meter.

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