COVID-19 has claimed another local tradition. The Conyers Christmas Parade scheduled for Saturday, Dec. 5, has been canceled due to concerns related to the coronavirus pandemic.
Golfers at the city-owned Cherokee Run Golf Club could soon be cruising the golf course in new golf carts.
The exterior of public restrooms on Commercial Street in the Olde Town Conyers business and entertainment district has been transformed into a 24-Hour Visitor Information Center, courtesy of a matching grant awarded to the Conyers Welcome Center and the city of Conyers.
Ice skating will return to Conyers for the 21st year after the City Council on Wednesday approved a contract with Ice Days LLC for the operation of a skating rink at the Olde Town Pavilion on Main Street.
Conyers’ Chief Operating Officer David Spann has announced his retirement from the city effective Friday, Oct. 23. Spann leaves a legacy of 32 years of service to the city serving in a number of roles integral to the community’s growth and progress.
Mayor Vince Evans is pleased with the way the new City Hall is turning out, particularly since the new facility is coming in on time and on budget.
Plans to open a liquor store at 1081 Iris Drive can move forward after the Conyers City Council approved a conditional use permit for the business on Wednesday.
Conyers City Council Member Blair Barksdale has resigned her seat on the Conyers City Council effective July 8.
The Conyers City Council announced on July 2 its intention to increase the 2020 property taxes it will levy this year by 6.74% over the rollback millage rate.
Although Thursday’s demonstration will technically take place on county-owned property, David Spann, assistant city manager for Conyers, said the city police department will provide security as needed.