Safety and traffic proposals for Oakdale Road are under review by Smyrna city officials.
The city’s Small Business/Nonprofit CARES Grant program will provide qualifying small businesses and nonprofits with a minimum of $500 in grant funding.
The Smyrna City Council unanimously approved the expansion of an open container district along the Chattahoochee River this week in a bid to attract businesses to a forthcoming mixed-use development.
Smyrna City Council will consider Monday expanding an open-container area along the Chattahoochee River in a bid to attract businesses to an upcoming mixed-use development.
By 7-0 votes on Sept. 8, the Smyrna City Council approved expenditures of about $2 million for police vehicles, resurfacing and a water line installation.
Members of Smyrna’s police and fire departments are running together on Friday to mark the anniversary of the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001, the fire department announced.
Tammi Saddler Jones resigned from the position on Friday, spokeswoman Jennifer Bennett said. The City Council on Tuesday named Police Chief Joe Bennett Smyrna’s interim city administrator, she said.
Social activists Damon and Yashira Willis sponsored the three memorial benches through the Keep Smyrna Beautiful organization. An anonymous donor paid half of the cost.
The Smyrna City Council voted 7-0 on Aug. 17 to support the Trees Atlanta One Million Trees Project. The project's goal is to participate in the overall preservation and planting of 1 million trees throughout Metro Atlanta from February 2020 through February 2030.
The Smyrna City Council voted 7-0 on Aug. 17 to table rezoning matters related to housing proposals until September.