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Special Called City Council Meeting on Monday, April 6, 2020, at 5:15 PM.  To view the meeting, go to the Council Meetings tab on the home page, scroll down to the meeting date/time and click on "in progress".

DDA LOAN INFORMATION FOR LOCAL BUSINESSES

 DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH NOTICES

GOVERNOR'S EMERGENCY ORDER, EFFECTIVE APRIL 3, 2020, AND EXPIRING APRIL 13, 2020 - EXPLANATION IS ATTACHED TO THE ORDER

                                               APRIL 5, 2020 PROCLAIMED AS DAY OF PRAYER AND FASTING

  • All water cut-offs are suspended until further notice
  • The $5.00 fee charge for electronic water payments will be credited back to each account
  • All City government buildings remain closed to the public until further notice
  • If your phone call isn’t answered promptly, please leave a message and your call will be returned
  • There will be no cut-offs in the month of April and no late fees will be charged in April for commercial and residential customers.
  • All City parks and restrooms are closed until further notice.
  • **CLICK HERE TO VIEW EXTENDED LARGE/BULK ITEM DROP OFF HOURS

CORONA VIRUS PREPAREDNESS      

Fire Department

   

Fire Chief Steve Morgan

88 Keys Ferry Street
McDonough, GA 30253
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Phone: (770) 957-1333

Mission Statement
The mission of the City of McDonough Fire Department is to protect lives and physical asset values at risk from fires, health conditions, and other environmental risk factors. This function is discharged through the coordination of community fire safety awareness information and programs, a rigorous program of training, professional certifications, and maintenance of an excellent record of emergency response times.

Vision Statement
The City of McDonough, Georgia during FY 2018 will be served by a team of highly trained, skilled and dedicated professionals committed to the core values of the emergency protection and community service.

Summary of Operations
The City of McDonough operates 2 stations and provides fire rescue and medical services to over 22,000 residents covering 12 square miles. The Fire Department is responsible for protecting life, property, and resources through the delivery of public safety services. Prevention, preparedness, mitigation and response represent the core of the program efforts. The organized divisions include administration, prevention, training, and operations.