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    GOVERNOR KEMP'S GEORGIA SAFETY PROMISE

    The City of Douglas and the State of Georgia encourage everyone to create a safe environment for all Georgians. Take the "I’m In" pledge at, https://www.georgia.org/SafetyPromise. Read on...
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    GEORGIA TECH “SMART CITIES” INTERNS CREATING ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY FOR CITY

    The Douglas-Coffee County Economic Development Fund of the Community Foundation of Coffee County is funding three interns from Georgia Tech’s Smart Community Corps to create a comprehensive profile of the City of Douglas. Read on...
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    EARN TAX INCENTIVES IN THE DOUGLAS RURAL ZONE

    Thinking of relocating your business to downtown Douglas? Be sure to move your business to the “Zone”. A portion of Douglas’ downtown has been designated as a R.U.R.A.L. Zone by the Georgia Department of Community Affairs. Read on...
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    MONTHLY RESIDENTIAL JUNK DROP-OFF DATES IN JULY

    The City of Douglas and Waste Industries continue to offer free residential Junk Drop-Off Days, twice a month, to help citizens rid properties of excess trash and large items. The upcoming dates for July will be Saturday, July 11 & 18, 2020. Read on...
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    GOV. KEMP EXTENDS PUBLIC HEALTH STATE OF EMERGENCY AND COVID-19 SAFETY MEASURES

    On Monday, June 29, 2020, Governor Kemp extended COVID-19 Executive Orders. Read on...
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    BE SAFE THIS SUMMER WHILE OPERATING MOTORIZED CARTS

    The City of Douglas became a “Golf Cart Community” in 2018. Motorized carts are allowed on Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) approved areas throughout Douglas. Read on...
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    COMPLETE THE 2020 CENSUS FORM TODAY!

    More than 143 million households nationwide have received their invitations to fill out their questionnaire for the 2020 census, kicking off a process that will shape how the federal government spends and operates over the next 10 years. Read on...