Forsyth County GA September 2015 Newsletter

Tim Renshaw
Published on September 2, 2015

Forsyth County GA September 2015 Newsletter

Keep Forsyth County Beautiful Launches Litter Control Hotline

Keep Forsyth County Beautiful (KFCB) invites citizens to utilize the new Forsyth County Litter Control Hotline by dialing 1-866-5-LITTER to report any litter concerns within the community. 

The Forsyth County Litter Control Hotline provides citizens a centralized number to call to report to KFCB littering in progress or to report any areas for which they have litter concerns. During KFCB’s business hours, the hotline will be answered by a staff member or volunteer whenever possible. Otherwise, callers can leave a message on the line, detailing their litter concerns. Those interested in receiving a response should be sure to include their telephone number in their message.

For more information on the Forsyth County Litter Control Hotline and other programs offered by Keep Forsyth County Beautiful, visit

New County Logo & Tag Line!

Forsyth County Logo 2015 - Tim Renshaw, Realtor - Forsyth County GA September 2015 Newsletter

Tagline: Your Community. Your Future.

Commissioner’s Corner Note:

Forsyth County is a community where people make the extra effort to preserve the beautiful, natural landscape of this area we are so blessed to call home. From the award winning parks system to the preservation of green space for future generations to enjoy, Forsyth County is definitely a place where families can enjoy the outdoors. The county’s new logo, at left, certainly highlights the county’s outstanding natural resources and quality of life.

It is important we work together to ensure future generations will be able to enjoy all the amazing things Forsyth County has to offer. As you will read about in this issue of The Current, Keep Forsyth County Beautiful is providing citizens a new way to help maintain the natural beauty of our community. The new Forsyth County Litter Control Hotline was recently launched to provide a centralized number for citizens to call to report their litter concerns. A great deal of hard work and planning went into the creation of this new tool designed to help reduce litter in our county. If you see an area within the county you feel needs attention in terms of litter removal, I encourage you to call
1-866-5-LITTER and do your part to help keep our community a clean, beautiful place to live, work and play.

I am grateful for the opportunity to serve as your commissioner.
Sincerely, Cindy Jones Mills, District 4 Commissioner

News items included:

New County Logo, Tag Line Adopted

Play at the Park September 20

County Forms Impact Fee Advisory Committee

Fall Parks and Recreation Guide is Online

Come See the Plan to Improve Highway 400 at McGinnis Ferry Road. Learn more about the proposal at a public information open house on Thursday, September 10, from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Forsyth Conference Center at Lanier Technical College, 3410 Ronald Reagan Boulevard.

 Forsyth County September 2015 Calendar of Events - Tim Renshaw - Realtor - Forsyth County GA September 2015 Newsletter

Forsyth County GA September 2015 Newsletter

Forsyth County GA September 2015 Newsletter
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