The Marietta Fire Department would like to help ensure your safety during this holiday season by offering a few safety tips to follow while decorating your home.
Santa and Mrs. Claus lit the city's Christmas tree on Dec. 5.
On Friday, December 6, Marietta City Manager Bill Bruton honored both current and recently retired city employees who have served Marietta for a combined total of 1,862 years.
Mayor Steve Tumlin will host a Christmas Celebration to honor and recognize outgoing Council Members, Jim King, Annette Lewis and Johnny Sinclair Wednesday, December 11 at 4 p.m. at the Strand.
Marietta Power and Water will be collecting clothes, medical supplies and gift cards to buy eyeglasses during December. Donated items will be given to children at Park Street Elementary School, the BLW's Partner in Education.
The Marietta Police Department has released a list of ten helpful tips for secure online shopping during the holiday season.
Marietta City Council will meet for an agenda work session Dec. 9 and their regularly scheduled meeting Dec. 11.
With the holidays quickly approaching, the Marietta Police Department has issued helpful holiday burglary prevention tips.
The City of Marietta's Assistant Chief and Fire Marshal Scott Tucker will retire from the line of duty at the end of November.
The City of Marietta's street-scaping project that extends along Roswell Street to Cobb Parkway for approximately 1/4 of a mile is expected to be substantially completed by Thanksgiving.
The Marietta Pilgrimage Christmas Home Tour takes place in the historic districts around the Marietta Square and showcases six private historic homes and fourteen public buildings all lovingly restored and decorated for the season.
Six pedestrian bridges along the Silver Comet Trail will be closed this winter while Cobb County Department of Transportation crews repair or replace pedestrian bridge ends.
The Georgia Recreation and Parks Association recently named city of Marietta Landscape Architect and 2009 Parks Bond Manager Rich Deckman as the Planning, Design and Development Distinguished Professional of the Year.
The Marietta Fire Department graduated nine recruits on Nov. 14, 2013.
Marietta City Council honored Parks, Recreation and Facilities employee Sam Stephens on Nov. 13 for rescuing a two-year-old child who ran into the pond at Laurel Park on Oct. 30.
Marietta City Council honored several students from Park Street Elementary School on Nov. 13 for winning a poster contest as part of the Public Power and Clean Water week.
Streaming video of the Nov. 13 regular meeting of Marietta City Council is available for viewing online.
Marietta City Council will meet for committees and an agenda work session Nov. 21.
Marietta's City Clerk's Office is seeking resumes from individuals interested in serving on the city's Civil Service Board.
Unofficial results of the Nov. 5 general election for city of Marietta mayor, City Council and general obligation bond referendum for urban redevelopment are available.
Marietta City Council will meet for an agenda work session Nov. 11 and their regularly scheduled meeting Nov. 13.
The Connect Cobb Northwest Transit Corridor Environmental Assessment project team will host a public meeting to discuss transportation improvements in the US 41/Interstate 75 corridor between Cobb County and midtown Atlanta on Tuesday, Nov. 12 at the Cobb Galleria.
Due to development around metro Atlanta that shifts coyotes out of their natural habitat, Marietta has provided tips to residents if they see a coyote.
On Nov. 5, Marietta voters approved a $68 million general obligation bond for the urban redevelopment of the Franklin-Gateway area and streetscape improvements on portions of Whitlock Avenue.
Keep your family safe by changing batteries in your smoke and carbon monoxide alarms when you reset your clocks this weekend.
Marietta's Police Athletic League invites the public to donate money to help buy additional sports equipment for new and expanded programs to help benefit help the children of Marietta.
The Marietta Pilgrimage Christmas Home Tour has announced the homes to be spotlighted on its 2013 Tour.
On Nov. 11, the city of Marietta and the Marietta Kiwanis Club invite the public to honor the community's veterans with a parade and ceremony on the Square.
Marietta City Council will meet for committees and an agenda work session Oct. 30.
Marietta has partnered with Marietta City Schools and American Traffic Solutions to install cameras on school bus stop arms to help prevent cars from illegally passing buses that are loading or unloading children.
If you're tired of the same old costume year after year, the Gone with the Wind Museum has your next favorite costume, but hurry because they won't be on sale after Halloween.
A television series will be filming scenes using simulated gunfire behind Roswell Street Baptist Church Monday, Oct. 21.
On Oct. 15, as part of the Mayor's Business and Industry Luncheon Series, Mayor Steve Tumlin hosted businesses in the Franklin Road corridor area for a luncheon at the Red Hare Brewery.
On Oct. 10, Chief Dan Flynn and the Marietta Police Department named Officer Maria Funes as the Officer of the Quarter.
On Oct. 9, the Marietta City Council approved the certified election results for the uncontested election for Post 4 of the Civil Service Board.