Meetings will be held as an open house format with rendering on displays. Officials and Staff will be in attendance to answer questions. Tours will also be offered of the existing facilities. Renderings will also be on the city website and on display at Conyers City Hall, 1184 Scott Street Monday – Friday 8am to 5pm for those unable to attend the public meeting with the staff for questions and answers. The May 22 election calls for the voters to determine whether the city should issue a general obligation bond in the amount of $13 million for the purpose of financing city administrative and public safety facilities.
Enclosed is a breakdown of the $13 million investment
City Hall – $9 million Parking Facility at New City Hall – $1 million
Police Department Retrofit and Municipal Courthouse on Scott Street. – $3 million
The courtroom will meet all federal and security guidelines.
The approval would result in an addition of approximately $71 to an average annual $100,000 property bill.
“The city has an excellent track record of being practical in its planning, fiscally responsible and conservative. In fact, the city has not had the need to ask for a bond in more than 20 years.” says Mayor Evans. “When you do the math, an investment of $6 a month to better serve our community for the next 30 years — It’s worth it.”
For more information contact city managers office at 770 929-4226 or City Hall at 770 483 4411