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A permit is required whenever an owner or contractor intends to: construct new, enlarge, alter, repair, move, demolish a building or structure, or install or alter any electrical, gas, mechanical, or plumbing system. In addition, utility construction and site development also require permits. Examples include:
Although fence construction is exempt, Planning and Zoning has specific requirements for height, location, and configuration. Access guidelines for fence construction.
A homeowner can be their own Building Contractor if they meet conditions set forth in O.C.G.A. 43-41-17(h). These conditions are listed on the Homeowner Affidavit required to be notarized and submitted with permit application.
See a copy of the affidavit (PDF).
All permitting is done online using SAGES software.
Register and create account.
The Georgia Department of Community Affairs regulates codes currently mandated.
Access the codes.
Documents required are determined by project being either residential or commercial, interior only or exterior, general contractor or homeowner as contractor.
No. The General Contractor's (GC) license information is required for the application.
Yes. A notarized Authorized Permit Agent Form completed and signed by the contractor, accompanied by photocopies of both the contractor's and the applicant's driver's license, will be accepted. See a copy of an Authorized Permit Agent Form (PDF).
The City of Marietta can perform 'stand-alone' MEP inspections such as water heaters and HVAC changeouts in occupied homes by way of the Cisco Webex cell phone application. It will be the responsibility of the contractor to ensure installers have this capability. When the inspection is needed, contractor will call main number, 770-794-5659, Option 8 to request inspection. Contractor should be ready to provide name, phone number, address, and permit number. An assigned inspector will then video-call the on-site installer to perform inspection.
Note this is a 'same day' inspection – scheduled orally by the permittee or the permittee's agent (installer) and subject to all City of Marietta rules and regulations.
Please see more information regarding our Virtual and Video inspections.
License renewal payments only are available online via e-check. Credit and debit card payments are not accepted at this time. New application payments must be mailed or received in-person.
Yes, but first someone whose name is on the lease must sign an authorization to enter form so the residence can be inspected by a Code Enforcement officer.
If there are residential/housing code violations in the report the landlord will be granted 60 days to make the necessary repairs. If the violation constitutes an immediate health or safety issue a 72 hour compliance order can be issued.
To review the relevant Marietta City Ordinance, view Article 7-4-2, section 100,
For cases that do not require a mandatory appearance:- Court staff may grant the first continuance without documentation. If your case has already been issued a continuance, you must appear in court to request another continuance. In certain circumstances, court staff may issue a second continuance upon presentation of one of the documents listed above.
If you no longer own this vehicle, please contact the Tax Commissioner’s office in your county to make any corrections to the ownership of the vehicle. An Affidavit of Non-Responsibility must also be submitted to the court using the link listed above prior to the due date listed on the violation.
If you are the registered owner of this vehicle but were not driving at the time of the violation, you may submit an Affidavit of Non-Responsibility to the court using the link listed above prior to the due date listed on the violation. Affidavit of Non-Responsibility (PDF)
As long as you meet the basic requirements, you may take the entrance examination once each application period.
As part of its application process for the position of Firefighter/AEMT, the City of Marietta does require a polygraph test.
Applicants for the position of Firefighter/AEMT for the City of Marietta must be 18 years old at date of hire.
Applicants for the position of Firefighter/AEMT for the City of Marietta must have a high school diploma or GED certificate.
A college degree is not required to apply for the position of Firefighter/AEMT for the City of Marietta; however, college course work in fire science, fire technology or public administration can improve your performance on the written test and in the oral interview, and may serve you well in future promotional assessments.
The City of Marietta does not require either certification at the time of application.
Yes, you must obtain and maintain a valid State of Georgia driver's license.
No. Even if a person has prior fire experience, such as a lateral applicant, he/she will still have to attend a limited academy.
The recruiting/application period can last up to 3 months. MFD’s Fire Training Academy lasts 24 weeks, and includes EMT/AEMT training, which lasts 14 weeks.
The City of Marietta traditionally opens the application period as staffing dictates.
If you are unable to find the information you seek on this site, you may phone our Human Resources Department at 770-794-5562.
The fire suppression staff is scheduled for duty from 0800 to 0800 and works a 24-hour on/48-hour off schedule. The Administration, Training, and Fire Marshal’s Office work a 40-hour work week.
Throughout their shift crews will test hydrants, hoses, do preplans and business inspections in their first-due territory. All activities originate from the crew's station, and crewmembers remain there until their shift is complete at 0800 hours.
Firefighters are responsible for providing their own meals while on duty. All Marietta firestations have a kitchen with the usual appliances, so many crews plan meals together and pitch in money for group meals.
The men and women assigned to suppression have semi-private or private sleeping accommodations at their assigned station. Firefighters are responsible for providing and maintaining sleeping linens. There are strict rules that regulate where and when Firefighters may sleep.
All Marietta fire stations have a washer and dryer for personnel to launder station uniforms and workout gear. Additionally, Firefighters have access to a commercial washer and dryer to decontaminate soiled bunker gear.
Yes. Firefighters that participate in City insurance have access to the employee medical clinic on or off duty at no charge.
It is the decision of the company officer to determine the availability of time for his or her crew to perform physical fitness training. Each station is equipped with a variety of fitness equipment that will support a number of different types of fitness training.
Yes. Any time any work is done on a fire protection system in Marietta, a limited work permit must be issued. These permits are free of charge, and only require a scope of work letter to obtain. All applications must be made through SagesGov.
Up to 4 fire alarm initiating and/or notification devices on a system or up to 5 sprinkler add or relocates. Limited work permits are also issued for like for like replacement of sprinklers, alarm devices, or for performing emergency repairs for isolated impairments. If a system experienced a catastrophic failure a fire safety system construction permit may be required.
1. Up to 5 sprinklers or Up to 4 SLC or NAC appliances – Limited Work Permit
2. 6-20 sprinklers– Permit application and Plans
3. More than 20 sprinklers– full submittal with application, plans, and hydraulic calculations
Visit the State Fire Marshal's Office's website.
The CDBG Program provides the family 2 options for temporary housing: relocate to a private residence and receive a daily stipend; or relocate to an extended-stay facility at a daily rate subsidized by the City.
Does CDBG require a lead safe clearance test for homeowner rehab programs under $5,000? Our understanding is that clearance is not required if the disturbance of the paint surface is de minimis. Clearance is not required when painted surface areas are below HUD's de minimis threshold (only). When clearance is required, HUD's Lead Safe Housing Rule (LSHR) requires a clearance examination be done by an independent party instead of the certified renovator's cleaning verification procedure.
To speak with a CDBG staff person, call 770-794-5437.
Example One: CDBG Funds as Operating CostsAgency XYZ receives funds in 2007 for operating costs for their tutoring program for low-to-moderate income school children. XYZ will submit monthly reports and is reimbursed for incurred operating expenses. Reporting requirements for XYZ would expire in 2012.
Example Two: CDBG Funds to Purchase Real PropertyAgency ABC receives CDBG funds to purchase a building that will function as a homeless shelter. ABC is required to submit monthly reports for as long as Cobb County receives CDBG funding plus five years after the last allotment is granted to the County. Owners of real property purchased with CDBG funds may sell or transfer ownership of property to another entity; however, sale or transfer may discontinue the eligible activity. With the sale of real property purchased with CDBG funds, the County requires repayment of fair market value less depreciation.
For more information, please see the Downpayment Assistance page.
Please contact Officer Jonnie Moeller-Reed if you wish to verify your application was received. firstname.lastname@example.org
All officers have take-home cars/SUVs at completion of probation.
If you have to attend the academy, you will work Monday through Friday from 0800 – 1700 hours for approximately 11 weeks. There may be mandatory weekends during the academy if class time must be made up or scheduling conflicts occur.
During your Field Training phases, you will complete each phase on one of the three shifts (Days: 0700 – 1500 hours, Evenings: 1500 – 2300 hours, Mornings: 2300 – 0700 hours). The first year of employment, your schedule is subject to change at any time to meet training requirements.
Yes, you will receive your salary while in the academy.
Marietta Police Department currently uses North Central Georgia Law Enforcement Academy which is located in Austell, Georgia and the Georgia Public Safety Training Center (GPSTC) at Pickens County Training Center.
The hiring process is the same for all candidates, contact Officer Jonnie Moeller-Reed with scheduling questions. email@example.com
If you no longer own this vehicle, please contact the Tax Commissioner's office in your county to make any corrections to the ownership of the vehicle. An Affidavit of Non-Responsibility must also be submitted to the Court.
If you are the registered owner of this vehicle but were not driving at the time of the violation, you may submit an Affidavit of Non-Responsibility to the Court. Affidavit of Non-Responsibility (PDF)
For winter, if you have drafty rooms, varying temperatures throughout your home, hot or cold ceilings or high heating and cooling bills, you may need to insulate your attic. Set your thermostat at 68 degrees or lower and reduce your heating costs by up to 3% for each degree of adjustment.
For more energy saving tips, please check out our website at www.mariettapowerandwater.com under the "Residential/Power" tab. For water saving tips, go to the "Residential/Water" tab.
Toilet leaks - Customer is billed for the water and the wastewater over the average at Marietta Power and Water cost.
No. At this time, there are no commercial water conservation rebates offered, such as for toilets. Rebates are offered to residential customers for the replacement of high flow toilets.
With you adding in specific information on your building, the program then provides a customized report on how electrical energy is consumed by your building year round and specific suggestions on ways to lower your energy consumption.
Use the online tool.
There are a number of safety requirements that must be satisfied prior to solar panels being installed at your home/office. For a comprehensive list, please click on the following link to visit the Solar Panel page of our website.
When service is disconnected for non-payment and payment is not received within 10 days, the account will be terminated and sent through our collections process. To re-establish an account after termination for non-payment, please contact our Billing Department by phone at 770-794-5150 or come to our office at 675 North Marietta Parkway, Marietta, GA during normal business hours (8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., Monday-Friday).
Yes, we offer residential rebates. (Link to rebate program)
Online at www.mariettapowerandwater.com.
In person at 675 North Marietta Parkway or 205 Lawrence Street, Marietta, GA.
By mail to P.O. Box 609, Marietta, GA 30061-0609
In our night depositories at our main office, Marietta City Hall, the Chestnut Hill Fire Station or the Franklin Gateway Fire Station.
In person - You can apply for service at our office located at 675 North Marietta Parkway in Marietta, GA. Please be prepared to present valid identification (i.e. valid driver's license, state-issued identification, or a passport). A security deposit may be required.
Email - You can complete an application from our website and send it by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Residential customers: Cash, checks, money orders and all major credit/debit cards. Commercial customers: Cash checks, or money orders are accepted. For deposit amounts over $1,500.00, Marietta Power and Water will accept a surety bond payable to Marietta Power and Water or an assignment of a Certificate of Deposit.
Marietta along with most of metro Atlanta remains in a level 2 drought response. For extensive outdoor watering information, please go to our summary.
You will receive your tax bill from the City of Marietta Tax Division in August (if you filed a tax return with the County). The taxes are payable at that time and become delinquent 60 days from the date bills are mailed, October 31. If you live in the City, you are on a dual taxing system; therefore, you will receive two separate bills-one from the City, the other from the County. For more information, please call the Tax Manager at 770-794-5680.