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Questions and answers on the State of Georgia's 'shelter in place' Order
  Gov. Brian Kemp's "shelter in place" Executive Order applies statewide, superseding all relevant City and County actions related to the COVID-19 pandemic. As such, State authorities enforce the Order as well as define its parameters. That said, as…
Mayor Lockwood issues orders to help businesses affected by COVID-19
Mayor Joe Lockwood on Monday ordered the suspension of four ordinances in an effort to support Milton's businesses community. Here is his statement: "Today, exercising authority given me by our City Council, I took the first of what could be many steps t…
City Hall closed to public; Council passes emergency ordinance
As part of efforts to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus COVID-19, the City of Milton will close City Hall to the general public effective Monday -- the same day the City Council passed an emergency ordinance that extends for the next 30 days. Ther…
Milton Municipal Court not in session through mid-April
Update: Milton Municipal Court is now scheduled to reopen April 16. That date is subject to change.  = = = Milton Municipal Court will not be in session until at least April 13 – with no Monday court, as previously scheduled – as part o…
Parks and Rec programs, rentals halted until at least mid-April
Update: Parks and Recreation programs, rentals are now scheduled to resume on April 16. That date is subject to change. * * * * Intent on minimizing the spread of the novel coronavirus, COVID-19, the City of Milton has halted all Parks and Recreati…
Meetings, events called off due to coronavirus
The City of Milton has canceled numerous meetings and events as part of its effort to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus, COVID-19. Monday's City Council meeting will take place as scheduled in Council Chambers, albeit with a significantly abbrevia…
City taking proactive steps, urges preventive measures for coronavirus
Milton City officials have been working with public health and emergency services partners around the region as we assess and respond to the strain of Coronavirus known as COVID-19. In City facilities – including fire stations, police headquar…
Police statement regarding Feb. 29 incident on New Providence Rd.
On Saturday, February 29, at approximately 8:40 p.m., Milton Police officers received a 911 call regarding a burglary at a residence in the 12000 block of New Providence Road in the City of Milton. Prior to police arrival, the suspect reportedly forcibl…
POSTPONED: Free training seminar for contractors on March 18
Update March 13, 2020: This seminar has been postponed (date TBD) in an effort to prevent the potential spread of the COVID-19 virus.   Milton will offer free ICC certified seminars and present other useful information for contractors at a training…
Milton earns Tree City USA recognition for 11th year
Milton is again a Tree City USA.   For the eleventh year, the Arbor Day Foundation has honored Milton as one of more than 3,600 communities nationwide to earn the Tree City USA distinction.    In a letter to the City's governm…
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