Hogansville, Georgia – The City of Friendly People
City Council Meetings
1st and 3rd Monday each month,
7:00 p.m., at City Hall
400 East Main Street
8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. M-F
In the old Royal Theater
Hogansville, GA Code of Ordinances
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* PUBLIC NOTICE *
In accordance with Section 12-5-30 of the Official Code of Georgia and as required by the rules of the Georgia Department of Natural Resources Environmental Protection Division, the City of Hogansville notifies the residents of Hogansville and Troup County that a discharge of untreated waste water occurred at 5:30pm on 3/1/16 behind the Huntcliff Subdivision located west of Highway 29 N, Hogansville, Georgia 30230. The spill was caused by erosion from heavy rains, resulting in an 8 inch line break. The line has been repaired. An estimated 216,000 gallons of waste water entered a branch which leads to Yellow Jacket Creek. Signs have been posted on site to notify the public.
Hogansville Utility Rates
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Consumer Confidence Report 2014
The City of Hogansville is pleased to inform you that in 2014, as in past years, we have surpassed the water quality standards required by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the State of Georgia’s Department of Environmental protection (EPD). The 2014 Annual Consumer Confidence Report (CCR) describes the source of our water, lists our test results, and contains important information about water and health. This report is intended to provide consumer understanding of drinking water and to heighten awareness of the need to protect our precious water resources. For more information on the specific testing results please see the water quality table and definitions as provided.
The Hummingbird Festival
Every Fall, Hogansville puts on the biggest and best festival around, the Hummingbird Festival
. Held in the downtown area on the third weekend in October, the festival draws over ten thousand people to town. Like an old-fashioned street fair, the festival includes over 200 arts and crafts booths; a large food court offering southern and international favorites; children’s rides; a variety of musical performances throughout the weekend; and a Saturday night street dance. Pre-festival fundraising events include a golf tournament and a dinner dance with silent auction.
The festival is produced by the Hogansville Charitable Trust, a non-profit organization. The Trust has raised and donated over $100,000 for downtown redevelopment projects, including the city Tower Trail currently under construction. The success of the festival is a result of the coordinated effort of many dedicated local volunteers.