BIDS: Municipal Police Vehicle Lease

City of Hogansville

Invitation to Bid · Not an Order

400 E. Main St., Hogansville, GA 30230

Document: Police Patrol Vehicles – RFP

Bid No. 2017-0103     Project Name: Municipal Police Vehicle Lease     Date: December 20, 2017

The City of Hogansville is requesting proposals from qualified firms for providing leased police vehicles including specified equipment under . . . → Read More: BIDS: Municipal Police Vehicle Lease

Hogansville Downtown Master Plan Public Forum

Join the Hogansville Downtown Development Authority for a continuing discussion around the downtown revitalization plan with the Georgia Conservancy, Village Green consultants and Canvas Planning. We’ll also hear an update from Carter Watkins Associates, the architects working on the Royal Theater restoration conceptual plan. We hope you’ll join us!   Date: Thursday, January . . . → Read More: Hogansville Downtown Master Plan Public Forum

Hogansville Councilman Jimmy Norred Recognized

Hogansville Mayor Bill Stankiewicz recognized Post 2 Councilman Jimmy Norred on his four years of dedicated service to the citizens of The City of Friendly People. Councilman Norred did not seek re-election and will be replaced on the City Council in January 2018 by Councilman-elect Marichal Price. Thank You, Councilman!

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Here are Councilman . . . → Read More: Hogansville Councilman Jimmy Norred Recognized

Hogansville City Manager’s Reports

The City of Hogansville operates under the Council-Manager form of government. This system combines the strength of an elected City Council with a professional manager and staff. The City Manager is the chief administrative officer and is responsible for making sure the policy decisions made by the City Council are implemented and that public . . . → Read More: Hogansville City Manager’s Reports

Monthly Activity Report | Hogansville Police Department

The Hogansville Police Department monthly publishes a report on the number of reported crimes, calls for service, citations issued, etc., that occurred in the city limits. The report provides year-over-year comparison data for the current month as well as year-to-date information.

December 2017 (pdf) 2017 12 HPD Activity Report

November 2017 (pdf): 2017 11 HPD Activity . . . → Read More: Monthly Activity Report | Hogansville Police Department

Hogansville Monthly Financial Reports

The City of Hogansville monthly publishes an Unaudited Financial Report along with comparable data for the prior year and year to date. Such interim financial reports are prepared monthly by the finance staff, normally for internal use, including that of the City Council. Most cities issue some type of interim report to assist with their . . . → Read More: Hogansville Monthly Financial Reports

Get Involved: Historic Preservation Commission Opening

The City of Hogansville has an opening on its Historic Preservation Commission. Architects, builders or anyone interested in the city’s history are welcome to apply for this city council-appointed position. The Commission meets quarterly or as needed to work on historic projects as well as review major construction proposed for building exteriors within the city’s . . . → Read More: Get Involved: Historic Preservation Commission Opening

Handicap Parking, Heated Tent for Saturday’s Christmas on Main Street Parade

A mantle of anticipation hangs over the City of Hogansville, as organizers prepare for the annual Christmas on Main Street Parade this Saturday. The City has reserved handicap parking next to Calvin Hipp Memorial Park at East Main and Love streets, across from Community Bank & Trust. And thanks to Ken Carter and the . . . → Read More: Handicap Parking, Heated Tent for Saturday’s Christmas on Main Street Parade

Dog saves injured woman

A dog helped its owner get medical assistance after alerting Hogansville Police Sergeant Ryan Loubet, who was patrolling on a major highway on Monday. The officer saw the Yorkie pacing frantically back and forth and approached the dog, according to Hogansville Police Chief Brian Harr. The dog named Barney then led the officer to . . . → Read More: Dog saves injured woman

Trash Receptacles Installed along Tower Trail

Hogansville Public Works Staff today completed the installation of two new trash receptacles along Tower Trail; one near the picnic tables by Hogansville Elementary School, the other at the Oak Street entrance to the trail closest to the former Hogansville Water Treatment Plant. Two pet waste receptacles are also on order and expect . . . → Read More: Trash Receptacles Installed along Tower Trail