Trash Pick-up & Recycle Delay due to Holiday


Please be aware that Trash pickup services will be delayed for the Thanksgiving Holiday. Residents whose trash pick up day is Thursday will be picked up on Friday and residents whose trash is picked up on Friday will be picked up on Saturday.

Also, recycle pickup, normally on Thursdays City Wide, will be moved to Friday for all citizens.

Thank you, and the City wishes everyone a Happy Thanksgiving!


Grass Clippings and Leaves Notice


City Crews are diligently trying to stay on schedule picking up grass clippings, leaves and limbs. However, we need your help. The Leaf Vacuum Truck is not able to pick up grass clippings (wet or dry due the way it is designed) or wet leaves  so we ask that you bag them, and then we will pick them up. Do not pile grass clippings or wet leaves with other lawn debris that is left for pickup as they will not be picked up. Please do not include any trash with your bagged grass clippings or wet leaves.


Route Interruption – Memorial Drive & S. Forrest Ave – 10-13-2021


The City of Social Circle will have a contractor onsite at approximately 8:00 am on 10/13/21 at the intersection of Memorial Drive and South Forrest Avenue. The work being performed is to replace a bad storm water pipe. Contractors will coordinate thru travel in one lane. Metal plates will have to be placed there temporarily while the new concrete dries. Once the concrete is dried, the metal plates will be removed. Thank you for your patience as these repairs are made.


Trick or Treat Downtown Social Circle


On Friday, October 29th from 4-6pm we will host trick or treating in Downtown Social Circle! Please dress up in your scariest costume and come down for a sweet treat! We will post a map of participating businesses before the day of this event. Please follow us on Facebook for all the latest updates @DowntownSocialCircle.com or call the Welcome Center at 770-464-1866 for more information!


Constitution Awareness Day


Per Mayor David Keener



September 17-23, 2021


WHEREAS:       September 17, 2021 marks the 234th anniversary of the 1787 Constitutional

Convention where the oldest active written constitution in the world was drafted by the United States, thus outlining the fundamental principles by which our nation is governed; and


WHEREAS:       Our Constitution established six basic governing principles for our society,

including popular sovereignty, the rule of law, federalism, judicial review,

individual rights and separation of powers with a system of checks and balances;



WHEREAS:       Popular sovereignty allowed our government to be created for and by the people, while the rule of law required that government and citizens be guided by a set of laws, rather than by any individual or single group.  Federalism provided for the sharing of power between our national government and individual state governments; and


WHEREAS:       The Constitution ensures the distribution of functions and responsibilities among

three separate branches with a system of checks and balances to calibrate those

powers, guaranteeing individual rights and liberties against government

encroachment; and


WHEREAS:       The State of Georgia became the fourth state in the Union to ratify the

Constitution, signed by Georgia delegates Abraham Baldwin and William Few, on

January 2, 1788.  Constitution Week affords the opportunity for all citizens to

learn about Georgia’s role during our nation’s founding.


NOW THEREFORE: I, David L. Keener, Mayor of the City of Social Circle do hereby proclaim September 17-23, 2021, as CONSTITUTION WEEK in Social Circle and September 17, 2021 as Constitution Awareness Day.


27th Annual Friendship Festival Update


We are getting closer and closer to the 27th annual Friendship Festival! We hope you will join us on October 2nd from 10am-4pm to enjoy the day with us. This year we will have April, Les and Julio from Real Country Q92.3 doing a live broadcast from our festival. So come to Downtown Social Circle, do some shopping, get some good food, and listen to some great entertainment. We can't wait to see you there!


October & November Voting Information


Early Voting and Locations

Oct 12 - Oct 29 M-F 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Sat. Oct 16 & Oct 23 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Social Circle Community Room
138 E Hightower Trail
Social Circle, GA 30025

Nowell Recreation Center (Permanent)
201 W Spring St.
Monroe 30655

Meridian Park (Permanent)
105 Generation Blvd.
Loganville 30052

Rock Gym (this election only)
135 Main St.
Loganville 30052

Election Day

Nov 2 - 7:00 am - 7:00 pm
Middle School Activity Center
154 Alcova Dr.

Social Circle, GA 30025