In this section, you will find information we feel is most important to our residents, including garbage pickup, budget, parks, businesses in the city, and important updates on zoning cases, transportation and the Comprehensive Plan.
If you have any questions, please feel free to call City Hall at 678.242.2500 or e-mail a staff member directly. All staff contacts are found either in the “Your Government” department pages or in the staff directory.
Frequently Requested Information:
You may dial 678.242.2500 to speak with a representative of Milton’s government. From there, the receptionist will direct you to the correct department to answer your inquiry.
Always call 911 in an emergency situation. If within the cities of Milton or Alpharetta, your call will be routed to C3, the shared dispatch hub for both cities’ emergency calls, located in Alpharetta police headquarters on Old Milton Parkway. Milton’s police and fire departments will then respond, if needed. Alpharetta units may also respond based on who is closer.
City Hall is located at 2006 Heritage Walk, Milton, GA 30004, one block off of Crabapple Road in downtown Milton. Normal business hours are 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday.
The City of Milton established its own police and fire services in 2007, its first full year of cityhood.
Milton’s police headquarters are in City Hall, 13000 Deerfield Parkway, Suite 107 F. You may visit from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
If you are unsure if your property is within the city limits, call 678.242.2500 and ask for the tax department. A representative will search the city’s database for the tax ID number. There are also many maps detailing Milton boundaries available in the Maps section of this Web site.
Yes, all property owners in Milton also pay property taxes to Fulton County (includes taxes to Fulton County School System and State of Georgia). These property tax bills will continue to come from the Fulton County Tax Commissioner's Office. The City of Milton will send out the city tax bills separately.
Yes. Please visit our Property Tax Portal for more information.
Milton’s residents are served by Fulton County School System. To see the school your child will attend based on your address, call the Student Placement Service for The Fulton County Board of Education at 404.763.6801.
Yes. Nearly all of Milton is located within the 30004 zip code, meaning postal workers will know to deliver the mail to the correct address. In addition, the city is added every day to popular mapping and database networks, meaning more accurate representation for city residents.
The closest post office is located in Alpharetta at 2400 Old Milton Parkway. The phone number is 770.442.3893. The city’s government does not have authority to establish a post office for Milton—the decision is left to the United States Postal Service, based on their service strategies.
Milton has a population of more than 38,000.
Yes, the City Clerk is a notary, as well as two additional staff members. Simply bring your documents by City Hall.
No. A number of private vendors registered with the city provide garbage collection. A list may be found here.
Water and sewer service is handled by Fulton County, unless you have a septic tank (generally in use for lots one acre and over), in which case you will simply need water and should schedule septic maintenance on your own.
Gas: Atlanta Gas Light
The City of Milton does not provide utility services to its residents. There are three electricity providers servicing the city's residents. Reporting streetlight outages should be directed to the utility provider of record for that area/neighborhood. The first step in determining which of the three utility providers below should be contacted is to first consider which utility provider services your personal residence. If the outage is outside your neighborhood, you can contact the providers in order of their listing below to see if this location is serviced by that provider.
Sawnee EMC - Report outage online here
Georgia Power - Report outage online here
Cobb EMC - Report outage online here
The Georgia Burn Ban runs from May 1 through Sept. 30. No outdoor burning is permitted during this time. From Oct. 1 through April 30, outdoor burning of small piles of residential debris may be allowed depending on the fire danger rating for the day.
That rating is dependent on factors such as the wind and humidity levels for the day. You can call the Milton Fire Department at 678.242.2570 during regular business hours to check if safe burning is permitted on any day outside of the Burn Ban. Please note that all fires must be out at dark.
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The Georgia Water Stewardship Act went into effect statewide on June 2, 2010. It allows daily outdoor watering for purposes of planting, growing, managing, or maintaining ground cover, trees, shrubs, or other plants only between the hours of 4 p.m. and 10 a.m.
Outdoor water use for any purposes other than watering of plants, such as power washing or washing cars, is still restricted to the current odd/even watering schedule.
Odd-numbered addresses can water on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays. Even-numbered and unnumbered addresses are allowed to water on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays.
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Call Fulton County Animal Services at 404.613.0358. Milton contracts with Fulton County Animal Services to deliver animal control services to the city.
In an effort to make it easier for the Citizens of Milton to register to vote, several staff members at City Hall recently completed voter registration training through the Voter Education and Outreach Program.
If you are new to the City of Milton or have not yet registered to vote, you may do so at Milton City Hall, 13000 Deerfield Parkway, Suite 107.
If you have any questions about voting or registrations, click here or call City Hall at 678.242.2500.
Milton residents are represented at the state level by Rep. Jan Jones, a Milton resident, and Sen. Brandon Beach.
Congressionally, Miltonians are represented by Rep. Tom Price and senators Johnny Isakson and David Perdue.
For those wishing to serve in public office, you must declare your intent to run during the election cycle at the City Clerk’s office.
If you wish to formally volunteer with a city-sponsored board or committee, please contact your city council member as they appoint members. For informal volunteer opportunities, please fill out this online form.