City of Auburn 1369 4th Ave, Auburn, GA30011 The hub of government activity for the city of Auburn is City Hall, where administrative tasks are carried out by city…More employees, including the city administrator, Ron Griffith, city clerk, Rafael Avalos, and respective department heads. Residents can open utility accounts, submit planning and zoning applications, and obtain business licenses and occupational tax certificates.
City of Winder 45 E Athens St, Winder, GA30680 The hub of city operations, Winder City Hall houses the city clerk's office, the finance department, human resources,…More the city's information technology department and fleet and facilities maintenance staff. The current city hall site was established six years ago. Residents can stop here to inquire about water, garbage and gas services as well as obtain business registrations and various permits.
City of Statham 327 Jefferson St, Statham, GA30666 This building serves as the center of city government for Stathem, which was founded in 1892 by a native of England.…More Statham City Hall is staffed by city clerk Susan Gabriel, assistant clerk Raenelle Stockmeier and utility and court clerk Patti Powell.
The town of Bethlehem was named, according to several local historians, for Bethlehem Methodist Church, which was…More established in 1796 at the suggestion of Judson L. Moore, a well-known gospel songwriter and publisher who lived near the church. The street names in the town were all taken from the story of the birth of Jesus.
The Bethlehem City Hall building houses the city library — the Bethlehem Book Deposit is an outreach service of the Piedmont Regional Library System — and the community center, which is available for rent. Business owners can obtain business licenses through city hall and new residents can request garbage services, which are provided free by the city.