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09 - Jun

Happening in Fulton: Senior Services Caregiver Update

It's been a year since the pandemic has changed our lives and how we interact with each other. The Department of Senior Services has help for caregivers to help them get moving and stimulated.
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07 - Jun

Happening In Fulton: 300,000 Vaccinations at Mercedes Benz Stadium

Fulton County marks a milestone at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium Community Vaccination Center site on it's final day of administering the COVID-19 vaccine. There were days where the stadium would reach in excess of about 10,000 people per day, when the goal originally was 7,000 people per day.
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09 - Jun

Happening In Fulton: Commissioner's Honor 2021 Fulton County Scholars

Fulton County Commissioners honor some of the County's brightest high school graduates. Despite all of the challenges, the recipients maintained a top notch academic performance, achieving a milestone for themselves and their families.
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04 - Jun

Fulton County Re-Openings and Service Changes

Read the latest on Fulton County re-openings and service changes.
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21 - Aug

Online Fulton County Services residents and others doing business can utilize

With several closures and service modifications happening across Fulton County, here is a list of services that residents and others doing business with the county can take advantage of online.
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11 - Jun

Fulton County Board of Commissioners to Hold June Recess Meeting on Wednesday, June 16, 2021

The Fulton County Board of Commissioners will hold its June recess meeting virtually and at Fulton County Government Center’s newly renovated Assembly Hall on June 16, 2021.
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08 - Jun

Updated Mask Policy for Fulton County Facilities

On June 2, the Board of Commissioners voted to update the mask policy in Fulton County facilities.
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04 - Jun

Fulton County Board of Assessors to Hold Special Called Virtual Meeting

The Fulton County Board of Assessors will hold a special called virtual work session meeting to discuss property values and other business.
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04 - Jun

Dog Adoption Fees Reduced At Fulton County Animal Shelter

Due to high shelter intake at Fulton County Animal Services, LifeLine is offering $20 adoptions until June 13 for all dogs over 20 pounds.
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03 - Jun

Fulton County Board of Commissioners to Hold Special Called Meeting with the County’s Mayors Friday, June 4

The Fulton County Board of Commissioners will hold a virtual meeting over the Zoom platform with the Mayors of the County’s 15 cities. The Board plans to discuss COVID-19 relief efforts including the American Rescue Plan (ARP) and Rental Assistance Programs, as well as transportation funding and a discussion of the Atlanta City Detention Center.
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31 - May

Fulton County Board of Commissioners to Hold June Regular Meeting on Wednesday, June 2, 2021

The Fulton County Board of Commissioners will hold its regular June meeting virtually and at Fulton County Government Center’s newly renovated Assembly Hall on June 2, 2021.
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26 - May

Fulton County Library Continues Phased-In Reopening With Full-time In-person Services Beginning June 1st

FulcoLibrary announces all 32 branches libraries and the Auburn Avenue Research Library will now be open to the public Monday - Saturday
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26 - May

The Mercedes-Benz Stadium Community Vaccination Center to Administer Last Vaccines on Monday, June 7

After 11 weeks of successful operation, the Mercedes-Benz Stadium Community Vaccination Center will close after Monday, June 7.
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24 - May

Animal Shelter Job Fair

The LifeLine Animal Project job fair will be on Sunday, June 6, from noon till 4 p.m., at the LifeLine Community Animal Center.
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24 - May

Mental Health Monday - May 24, 2021 - Time to Travel

May 24, 2021 tip, brought to you by the Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities is 'planning a trip'.
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21 - May

WorkSource Fulton Offices Reopen To Job Seekers

Fulton County residents seeking employment opportunities or in need of assistance applying for in-demand jobs can access the agency’s Comprehensive Center Resource Rooms.
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21 - May

Fulton County Youth Commission Now Accepting Applications

The Fulton County Department of Community Development is seeking high school students between 9th and 11th grades to participate in the program for the 2021-22 academic year.
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19 - May

COVID 19 Vaccinations Come to Fulton County Libraries

The Vaccines at the Libraries program starts this week at the East Point, Adams Park and South Fulton library branches.
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19 - May

A Celebration of the 30th Anniversary of the Tom Lowe Atlanta Fulton Water Treatment Plant

The facility, which has been in operation since 1991, provides Fulton County businesses and families with reliable, high-quality drinking water 24 hours a day, every day.
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18 - May

Fulton Faith Leaders Invited to Forum on Vaccine Hesitancy

Faith leaders can help close the gaps created by racial health disparities by educating their congregations about vaccine safety.
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Health & Well-Being
18 - May

Creating Safer and Stronger Communities Through Harm Reduction

Discussions focused on how communities can effectively address concerns related to poverty, homelessness, mental health and substance abuse to improve quality of life for all.
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13 - May

Completion of Two Major Water Systems Improvement Projects in North Fulton

The Fulton County Public Works Department today announced the substantial rehabilitation of a 60-inch, 1,100 foot long underground pipe along Azalea/Riverside Drive in Roswell.
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11 - May

Fulton County Arts & Culture Presents Summer 2021 Session

Registration is underway for Fulton County Arts and Culture's summer arts classes.
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12 - May

Fulton County Board of Registration & Elections to Hold Regular Scheduled Virtual Meeting May 13, 2021

The Fulton County Board of Registration & Elections will meet virtually for its regular scheduled meeting to receive an update on Operations, consider removing voters assigned to unofficial mailboxes, and other business.
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03 - May

Fulton County Commissioners Demonstrate Their Support for Mental Health Awareness Month

In an effort to raise awareness and improve mental health, Fulton County Commissioners will proclaim May as Mental Health Awareness Month during its May 5, 2021 meeting as part of a long-standing, national observance that prioritizes good mental health and leverages resources for individuals in need.
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10 - May

ARTS AND CULTURE: ART WITH BEANS

Art with Beans by Tisha Smith, the Arts Education Coordinator, hosts a virtual workshop.
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10 - May

ARTS AND CULTURE CONTOUR DRAWING

Contour Drawing by Demetrius "Michi" Pendleton, the Arts Education Coordinator, virtually creative spring workshop.
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10 - May

ARTS AND CULTURE COOKIE JAR

Arts Education Coordinator and artist, Miranda Smith, from the Abernathy Arts Center guides you through a tutorial on how to make cookie recipes in a jar. A great gift idea for any season.
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06 - May

District Dialogues May 2021

This episode of District Dialogues discusses economic development, senior services, and the district 5 spotlight.
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Board of Commissioners
07 - May

Commissioner Arrington Co-Hosting Summer Teen Hiring Fair

Fulton County District 5 Commissioner Marvin S. Arrington, Jr. and City of South Fulton District 3 Councilwoman Helen Willis will co-host a Summer Teen Hiring Fair. The event is scheduled for Saturday, May 15, 2021 from 11a.m. to 1 p.m. at Welcome All Park & Multipurpose Facility; 4255 Will Lee Road; South Fulton, GA 30349.
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06 - May

Happening in Fulton: Commissioners Return to Newly Renovated Government Center for Meeting

Fulton County Commissioners return to meeting in-person for the first time since the beginning of the pandemic and they returned to an upgraded assembly hall and atrium.
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