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Office Hours: Monday - Friday 7:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. and Saturday 8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Parking decals have been mailed to City of Acworth residents. Decals should be expected by Monday, April 5. If they are not received by this date, please call our office at 770-917-1234 to request new decals.
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ACWORTH HONORS ARBOR DAY POSTER CONTEST WINNERS
On March 4, Mayor Tommy Allegood and Alderman Butch Price presented a proclamation to Sylvia Flanagan of the Acworth Tree Commission in recognition of Acworth's 33rd year of being a Tree City by the National Arbor Day Foundation. The Tree City USA program recognizes cities for their excellence in urban forestry management, and Acworth is one of more than 3,000 Tree City USA's. Every year, the Acworth Tree Commission sponsors a poster contest for residents to celebrate our trees. In the past, this art contest has only been open to schools. This year, the City opened the contest to artists of all ages to "Bring Their Favorite Tree to Life." The contest was divided by age group and winners were recognized in each category. Ms. Flanagan presented available winners with certificates at the celebration. The winning artwork will be on display at the Acworth Community Center throughout the month of March.
Second Place: Rebecca Quintero (right)
First Place: Keller Gilmer (left)
Kindergarten-5th Grade Winners
Third Place: Natalia Quintero (center)
Third Place: Tucker Stanfield (unavailable for photo)
Second Place: Nash Kennedy (left)
First Place: Bryson Cobb (right)
6th Grade-8th Grade Winners (unavailable for photo)
Third Place: Parker Lozano
Second Place: Grayson Reh
Third Place: Caleb Risinger
Third Place: Karen Weese Craton (not available for photo)
Second Place: Kim Hutchinson (not available for photo)
First Place: Silvia Dunne
Ages 55+ Winners
Third Place: Bob Foreman (unavailable for photo)
Second Place: Kathy Borchelt (center)
First Place: Al Williams (right)
First Place: Vicki Jacob (left)
ACWORTH CELEBRATES THE LEGACY OF MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. WITH UNITY WALK & CEREMONY
On Monday, January 18, 2021, the City of Acworth held its annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service Celebration. Despite brisk January weather, many in the community participated in a Unity Walk lead by our Acworth Achievers. The Unity Walk was followed by a ceremony featuring speaker Earnest Davis and readings from Acworth Achievers Lisa Thiongo and Ben Nganga that explored "life's most persistent and urgent question, 'What are you doing for others?'"
To read more about this year's Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebrations, we encourage you to read this article from the Marietta Daily Journal by clicking here.
DOYAL HILL PARK NOW OPEN
Doyal Hill Park is now open! Located adjacent to the Rosenwald School and Acworth Community Center, this park serves as an outdoor interpretive history area featuring public art honoring Acworth's rich African American History. The park contains a sculpture by Ron Huffman, interpretative historical signage, and a plaza.
COMMUNITY CONVERSATIONS PART 3: MINORITY, WOMEN, AND VETERAN OWNED BUSINESS SEMINAR
On November 12, 2020, the City of Acworth partnered with the Acworth Business Association, the Georgia Small Business Development Center, and Earnest Davis with E3 consulting to host part three in a community conversation series, a Minority, Women, and Veteran Owned Business Seminar. This program was designed to help businesses understand certifications, national organizations, the benefits, and how to market to an audience that is looking to purchase goods and services from them.
To view a recording and find further resources from this presentation, please click here.
VETERANS DAY CELEBRATION VIDEO
The City of Acworth is honored to recognize those that have not only served their country but have continued to serve their community. The featured speakers in this video celebration include Dr. Richard M. Rosenberger, Dallas Godfrey, and Cpl. Youlanda McIntosh. We are grateful to them for their service and for sharing their stories.