The City of Valdosta will observe National Drinking Water Week, May 1-7, 2016. Valdosta Mayor John Gayle will kick off the national observance in Valdosta on Monday, May 2, at 1 p.m., by presenting a proclamation to the Water Treatment Plant staff at the 3863 Guest Road plant location. The plant...Read more


In Photo: Valdosta Fire Chief Freddie Broome received one of the first Georgia Association of Fire Chiefs (GAFC) Certifications from Chief Dwayne Jamison, 1st Vice President of GAFC, on April 12, 2016.

On April 12, 2016, City of Valdosta Fire Chief Freddie Broome joined 14 fellow...Read more


Valdosta Mayor John Gayle and Engineering Director Patrick Collins honored Signal Technician Roger Weaver as the April 2016 Employee of the Month at the April 7 City Council meeting. Weaver received a framed certificate and a check for $200, and his name appears on a plaque displayed in City...Read more

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Mayor John Gayle, Budget Manager Amy Hall and Budget Analyst Carolyn Sampson-Burgess.

The City of Valdosta Finance Department received the 2015 Distinguished Budget Presentation Award from the Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA) for meeting nationally...Read more


Spring is the time of year when citizens typically take advantage of the warmer weather to complete several spring cleaning chores around their homes. The City of Valdosta offers two free events this weekend that will provide free opportunities to properly dispose of your unwanted trash, and...Read more


The South Georgia Coalition for Employment, a coalition consisting of the City of Valdosta, Georgia Department of Community Supervision, the Valdosta/Lowndes County Chamber of Commerce, "Never Too Late Program" of Lowndes/Valdosta Commission for Children and Youth , Sentinel Probation Services,...Read more


Nominations are being accepted now through April 25 for the 8th Annual Valdosta Preservation Awards (VPA), held each May in observance of National Historic Preservation Month. This year's theme for National Historic Preservation Month is "This. Place. Matters." which encourages people across the...Read more


The City of Valdosta will join other cities across Georgia in celebrating Georgia Cities Week, April 17-23, to recognize the many services city governments provide for the quality of life of citizens. The theme this year is "Go To Town" and will feature how Valdosta Main Street is a gathering...Read more


Citizens are invited to celebrate the ground breaking of the S. Troup Street Enhancement Project, on Friday, April 15, at 10 a.m., on the Coastal Plains property located at 900 S. Troup Street. The project, which will run from Griffin Avenue to Martin Luther King Jr. Drive, will include...Read more


The City of Valdosta is ahead of schedule and plans to bring online nearly $60 million in wastewater system improvements next month. The $35 million Force Main project and the $23 million new Withlacoochee Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) are both ahead of schedule, and bringing them both...Read more


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