On Wednesday, July 20, 2016, Governor Nathan Deal appointed, by Executive Order, Marietta resident, Mr. Ruben Sands to fill the temporary vacancy in the office of Ward 5 Councilman for the City of Marietta.
The Marietta/Cobb Museum of Art is pleased to announce the Museum will host two events during the months of August and September.
Marietta City Council will meet for committees and an agenda work session July 27.
The Marietta Museum of History is pleased to announce its newest exhibit, Shoppin' Southern Style. The exhibit showcases the varied fashions from the mid-20th century with special attention paid to the shops around the Marietta Square and downtown Atlanta.
The Marietta Police Department Community Response Unit (CRU) has teamed up with the Cobb County Safe Kids Coalition to ensure the safety of our children in the community. The department has received Safety Kits that can be donated to families in need throughout the city. Officers are able to give out the kits to families with newborns, infants and toddlers to provide a safe home for the child to grow up in. The kits contain outlet covers, cabinet locks, devices to determine if water is too hot, band aids, a post card to receive a free gun lock and smoke detector, a safety tips post card, emergency contacts magnet and other safety pamphlets.
The Marietta Square Farmers Market held in the Historic Marietta Square was recently voted by the readers of the Atlanta Journal Constitution as the Best of Atlanta in the farmer's market category.
The City of Marietta Community Development Block Grant Program Office is pleased to announce it will present a series of informational workshops for homeowners interested in learning about our Housing Rehabilitation Assistance Program.
The Marietta Police Department is taking a leap forward in preparing for the upcoming school year. With the first day of school quickly approaching, the police department is hard at work to ensure that this year will be as safe as it can be. Currently, MPD is teaming up with school administration, parents and students to provide resources, classes and opportunities to make this happen. Listed below are available opportunities that are organized and put on by the Marietta Police Department.
The Marietta Police Department is pleased to announce its upcoming Citizens Police Academy. The bi-annual program provides citizens of Marietta with an opportunity to experience and take an in-depth look at what it is like to be a police officer.
The Marietta Police Department will offer a 12-hour Rape Aggression Defense class this summer for women of all fitness levels and ages to successfully learn options to escape attacks. Participants will learn techniques designed to be quick and effective in delivering pain to vulnerable locations on the attacker's body.