The City of Valdosta urges citizens to dispose of their camping, boating, agricultural, and everyday waste appropriately to ensure that it does not end up in the rivers, streams, or creeks. The Utilities Department has made numerous efforts to identify offenders and alleviate this issue. Still,...Read more
The City of Valdosta and the Ossipe Temple are gearing up for the Greater Valdosta Annual Christmas Parade scheduled for Saturday, December 5 at 6 p.m. This year the theme is “Christmas Lights and Winter Nights
The parade will start at Woodrow Wilson Drive and proceed south down N....Read more
On Wednesday, November 25, the City of Valdosta Neighborhood Development, In partnership with the local Lowe's Home Improvement store, distributed Thanksgiving Meals to families in need. Neighborhood Development Rehabilitation Inspection Coordinator Richard Joyner and Neighborhood Development...Read more
The Valdosta Main Street office has released its 28th edition in the series of the Downtown Valdosta Christmas ornaments. These local collectibles celebrate historic downtown landmarks and make wonderful holiday gifts.
The red ornament was designed by the Main Street staff and features...Read more
On Tuesday, November 24, Mayor Scott James Matheson and community members gathered Downtown at The Flower Gallery to read a proclamation ahead of Small Business Saturday.
“Downtown Valdosta Main Street is the center of locally-owned businesses,” said Mayor Matheson. “They support and...Read more
Cooking is the biggest cause of home...Read more
Citizens are invited to join Mayor Scott James Matheson and Lowndes County Chairman Bill Slaughter as they officially kick off the holiday season in Valdosta – Lowndes County at the annual Christmas Tree Lighting, on Friday, Dec 4, at 6:00 p.m. Attendees of all ages will enjoy a special visit...Read more
After four months of construction, the City of Valdosta's Utilities Department has completed the new Equalization (EQ) Basin at the Withlacoochee Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP). The EQ Basin's need became apparent after the city experienced unprecedented rainfall in December of 2018. This...Read more
On Tuesday, November 17, 2020, the Valdosta Fire Department responded to a structure fire report at 1700 Springhill Drive. The call was received from dispatch at 11:35 P.M. Firefighters arrived on the scene in under five minutes to find heavy fire coming from the structure's...Read more
The Valdosta Police Department Investigative Bureau welcomes the general public’s continued assistance in keeping the community safe during the holidays. Residents have played a vital role in crime prevention by providing crime tips that have helped solve past and...Read more
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