The 2021 TSPLOST Resurfacing will resume on Wednesday, May 4, 2022. Resurfacing will take place on Harris St. (from Irene Kidd Pwy. to East Washington Ave), We will continue to update residents on a weekly basis on the next street that will be resurfaced. Throughout construction, traffic control will be provided to ensure safety for motorists and pedestrians.
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The Water & Sewer Department will conduct hydrant flushing for distribution maintenance during the month of May on the following dates:
May 2 through May 6
Pegg Rd., Hardwood Dr., Glenway Dr., Sylvan Rd., Randell St., Wadley Ave., Lyle Ave. and Veterans St., Bachelor St. and Walker Ave., Main St. and Vesta Ave., East Point St., Dresden Trail. ,Stoneview Ter., Castlewood St., Ivydale St., Calvin Ave. and Ivydale St., Norman Berry Dr. and Bobby Brown Pkwy.
May 9 through May 13
South Meadows, North Commerce, Phillips Ave. and Pearl, Central Ave., Red Wine and N. Desert, Legacy and Parkway Circle, Center Ave., Semmes St., Prince George Ave., East Farris Ave., Idlewood Rd. Lake Terrace
May 16 through May 20
Savannah Walk Subdivision
Savannah Dr., Savannah Trail, Savannah Court, South Meadow Business Complex
Heritage Park Subdivision
Heritage Parkway, Parkway Circle, West Park Circle at West Gate Blvd.
Lake Manor Way, Preservation Circle, Otter Dam Court, King Fisher Dr. and Jailette Rd., Lake Enclave Way, Lake Estates Way, Lakeside Blvd.
The following City public parking lots will be closed as follows (see map in link below for reference):
LEC Lot & City Lots A, B, C,E, F, G, H & J: Tuesday, May 24th through Thursday, May 26th
**Use of these lots includes, but is not limited to, staging of events, parking, equipment storage/set-up, trucks loading/unloading, tents set-up, etc.**
Link with additional information and reference maps:
For more information and Reference Maps: http://www.icontact-archive.com/archive?c=1473700&f=10027&s=10483&m=276370&t=ce795367e16a3c4e173a85f9e7d52a46ffe822f2fb35c5377dd8544c770db36d
On May 24, 2022, voters in East Point, Hapeville and College Park will decide if they want to fund water and sewage infrastructure improvements through collection of a one cent sales tax known as the MOST or Municipal Option Sales Tax. If approved by voters, the MOST would generate funding in East Point over a five-year period for water and sewer improvements. Early voting begins May 2-20, 2022, at the East Point Library. If approved by voters, the tax would be imposed starting September 1, 2022. For questions about the MOST Special Election, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Notice: The farmer's market scheduled for Wednesday, May 25th, has been cancelled. Please join us for the next market on Wednesday, June 1st.