The City of Valdosta Public Art Advisory Committee in partnership with Valdosta Main Street & The City Center Arts District of Valdosta is seeking artists and/or artists-lead teams to submit proposals for a mural, to be installed on a exterior wall facing Bennie's Alley on the Dosta...Read more
During the week of Monday, June 7, through Friday, June 11, members from Moody Air Force Base’s 38th Rescue Squadron partnered with the Valdosta Fire Department for a week-long training session.
The department and squadron assisted each other in refreshing their skills in...Read more
The City of Valdosta has joined cities across the state in celebrating 2021 Waste & Recycling Workers Week. This year, Governor Brian P. Kemp proclaimed the week of June 14-18, 2021, Waste and Recycling Workers across the state of Georgia. Originally recognized as National Garbage...Read more
The City of Valdosta Fiscal Year 2022 Budget was approved by the Mayor and City Council at the June 10 City Council meeting. The budget was presented to the Council as a balanced budget, as required by the City Charter. Most importantly it was delivered with no proposed property tax increase at...Read more
More than 70 photos were submitted to the Valdosta People’s Choice Photo Contest this year and are now on display at the Annette Howell Turner Center for the Arts in the Tillman Gallery.
The City of Valdosta partnered with the Annette Howell Turner Center to host the Opening...Read more
The City of Valdosta is home to six large parks and nineteen community parks that significantly impact the quality of life for its residents. This became abundantly clear in 2020 during the COVID-19 Pandemic, as residents flocked to these outdoor spaces in higher volumes than in previous years...Read more
In 2021, the City of Valdosta held cultural awareness and anti-discrimination training for all City of Valdosta employees. The training was titled " Reaching New Heights Together " – because it's true, we can't do it alone.
“The City of Valdosta values our employees and the many on-the-...Read more
The City of Valdosta is dedicated to environmental preservation and encourages residents to reduce, reuse, and recycle. Currently, city residents can dispose of their recyclable materials at any of the three recycling drop-off sites. However, the Public Works Department does urge citizens to...Read more
Officially, the Atlantic hurricane season runs from June 1 st through November 30 th . Hurricane season can bring a host of dangerous weather including whipping winds, heavy downpours, power outages and flooding concerns. While water is a year – round focus for the City, homeowners can also...Read more
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