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Weekly Update: January 9, 2023

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Please join us at City Hall, Thursday, January 19, 2023, for the Mayor's State of the City address. The city council meeting starts at 6:30PM.

Mayor Learnard's remarks will also be streamed at https://peachtree-city.org/1175/Council-Meetings.

People from around the world call Peachtree City home.

They add their culture and traditions to our beautiful mosaic everyday.

4th graders at Oak Grove Elementary learned about holiday celebrations across the globe, and even got their own passport book.

"We want our students to take their passports home and have discussions with their families about how they celebrate the holidays and how it is similar and different from the way that other countries celebrate," said Brooke Fuller.

Fuller is an EIP teacher at Oak Grove. She teamed up with ESOL teacher Brittan Parker for this global study.

Peachtree City Meetings

City Council

Special Called Workshop

Wednesday, January 18, 2023 


City Hall Council Chambers

151 Willowbend Road

City Council Meeting

Thursday, January 19, 2023

6:30 PM

City Hall Council Chambers

151 Willowbend Road

Planning Commission

Monday, January 23, 2023

6:30 PM

City Hall Council Chambers

151 Willowbend Road

Riley Track Update

Work on replacing Riley Track has been delayed due to the weather.

Cold temps and heavy rains kept crews from resurfacing the popular track.

Public works says a day or two of sunshine to dry out with gravel will help the paving equipment operate at its best.

Crews are still monitoring the weather for favorable conditions. If the weather cooperates, Riley Track will be repaved.

Click here for future updates on this project.

The Holocaust in Historical Context

at the Peachtree City Library

On Friday, January 13th, the Peachtree City Library will host a program presented by the Georgia Commission on the Holocaust called "The Holocaust in Historical Context."

This event will take place at 11 AM and you do not have to register to attend. You are invited to take a look at the historical context of the Holocaust with the help of historian and educator Patrice Weaver.

Get to Know SPLOST

SPLOST is up for renewal in 2023. But what is SPLOST? Watch this short video about how one penny helps maintain quality of life in Peachtree City:

For more details on SPLOST 2023, visit www.peachtree-city.org/SPLOST

Read the Official Peachtree City SPLOST Manual

The referendum for SPLOST 2023 takes place in March.

Peachtree City produced the official SPLOST manual for voters to learn about the Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax and how the community benefits from it.

The manual provides a comprehensive list of the proposed SPLOST 2023 projects.

Visit www.peachtree-city.org/SPLOST to learn more

Become a First Responder and Get a Bonus!

Learn Peachtree City History & Support the Library

Peachtree City Magazine released a special edition that tells the tale of how this town got its start.

If learning about the history of Peachtree City is your thing, pick up a copy at library's circulation desk. The magazine costs $8 and all proceeds benefit Friends of Peachtree City Library.

Visit https://peachtree-city.org/1214/Friends-of-the-Library to learn more about the organization and how you can get involved.

View the Winter Catalog

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on Social Media?

Did you know you can follow the PCPD Fire- Rescue, Recreation, the PTC Library, and your local government all on Facebook? Click the buttons below to start following!

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Fayette Senior Services Programs – January 2023 Guide

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Discover exciting events in Peachtree City!

Visit the Convention and Visitors Bureau's

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