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Mayor And City Council

The City Council meets the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of every month. Work Sessions begin at 6:30 pm. Regular Council Meetings begin at 7:30 pm.

Boards including Planning & Zoning, Downtown Development Authority and Urban Redevelopment Agency have agendas and schedules available through the more information link of this page.

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Email The Mayor

Do you have a question or concern you want the mayor himself to answer? Mayor Jeffrey DeTar welcomes you to email him about anything and everything Morrow!

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Equal Opportunity Notice

"The City of Morrow conducts all community services, business transactions and applications for public benefits without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, marital or veteran status, presence of medical condition or disability, or any other legal protected status. To report concerns, please contact the City Manager at 770-961-4002."

Places

NEW!! Morrow Pathway Map
Whether a resident or a visitor, take advantage of a healthy walk, run or bike ride along Morrow's 1.5 miles of Pathway trails!

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Southlake Mall offers ample parking, a large variety of boutiques, two flagship stores, and a range of dining options.

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Host your next event at The Morrow Center, Georgia's newest conference venue.

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Morrow is home to Clayton State University, a campus of over 7000 students and home of the Women's Basketball NCAA Division II National Champions!

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Spivey Hall is an Internationally renowned and beautiful 400 seat performing arts venue. Hear concerts recorded for National Public Radio.

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National and State Archives - research how history has shaped our daily lives at the unique State of Georgia Archives as well as the Southeast's National Archives at Atlanta.

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Happenings

Residential RECYCLE REWARD POINTS expire on 10/31/17. Redeem before they are expired
City of Morrow Community Health Fair 2017 Saturday, October 7, 2017 10am to 2pm Read More
Closed-The Morrow Mayor and Council (“Council”) will be accepting sealed auction bids for the sale of a residential parcel of property, which is 1.01 acres and sits within the Brookwood Estates community. Read More
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Closed-Request for Proposals for Engineering Services for the Redesign and Repair of Wooden Boardwalks along Morrow’s Pedestrian Path System Read More
E-Verify Affidavit.pdf
Thank a deserving veteran today! Purchase a flag to honor veterans, service members, and their families for their brave service. Flags are now onsale for $2.00 Read More
The qualifying period to run for elected office closed on Wednesday, August 23, 2017 at 4:30pm for the November 7, 2017 election. The following candidates have qualified for office in the City of Morrow: Read More
2017 Interfaith Legislative Townhall Tour- Monday- September 25th 6pm-8pm 6452 South Lee Street, Morrow, GA Read More
City of Morrow Veteran's Day Ceremony will be held on Saturday, November 11, 2017 from 11:30am-12pm at Morrow City Hall. Refreshments will be served following the ceremony. Read More
Georgia Acton Children's Business Fair, November 4, 2017 Read More
State Wide Burn Ban May 1st - September 30th Read More
Tax Credits for New Job Creation Read More
Calendar

Stay up to date on the latest City of Morrow events.

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Civentum News

Read about the proposed Expo Halls, Rose Tea Garden Room and Harley Davidson Kings of the South Annual Conference:

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Morrow Email Updates

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Community Happenings

Residents, business & visitors: stay up to date on the latest news & events coming to the City of Morrow.

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Local Crime Data

See year to data crime data 2017 versus 2016, plus Chief Calloway's radio interview on WABE 90.1 for "Closer Look with Rose Scott and Jim Burress":

Year To Date Crime Stats Chief Calloway's Interview