News Flash

Posted on: July 13, 2020

City’s series of virtual public forums continuing

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The City of Roswell this week continues its series of virtual public forums in an effort to help keep Roswell’s citizens and their city administration connected amid limitations on in-person gatherings.

Using the online service GoToMeeting, the c...

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General City News
Posted on: June 19, 2020

Survey seeks input on performance of city departments

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The City of Roswell would like to know how well its various departments are responding to the needs of the citizens. A City Performance Survey has been set up online for residents to answer some general questions and offer input about city services. This ...

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General City News
Posted on: June 15, 2020

DEPARTMENT SPOTLIGHT

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Water Maintenance and Transmission Department always ready to adapt to changing needs and priorities to keep water flowing to Roswell residents 

By Todd Wildermuth, City of Roswell Public Information Officer

Making sure water can reach the...

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General City News
Posted on: June 4, 2020

City Budget Presentation

2020-2021 Preliminary Budget Cover

City manager Joe Neeb presented the preliminary budget proposal for Fiscal Year 20-21 to the Roswell City Council June 2. You can learn more by using the following links:

View the video of the June 2 presentation to City Council

View the PDF of the city man...

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General City News
Posted on: June 4, 2020

City plans virtual public forums

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Virtual public forums have been planned to help keep Roswell’s citizens and their city administration connected in this continuing time of limited in-person gatherings.

Using the online service GoToMeeting, the city is holding these virtual publi...

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General City News
Posted on: June 2, 2020

Online store offers Roswell’s special brand

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The uniqueness of Roswell’s special brand – some have called it out of this world – is now available to people worldwide through the city’s new online store.

From T-shirts to mugs to postcards to pins, magnets and pe...

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General City News
Posted on: May 19, 2020

EMPLOYEE SPOTLIGHT

City Safety and Risk Manager Kathy Louer (May 2020)

Safety manager strives to keep city workers safe by providing proper training and procedures

By Todd Wildermuth,  City of Roswell Public Information Officer

When Kathy Louer owned an occupational medical clinic, she often saw firs...

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General City News
Posted on: April 30, 2020

State working with local entities to address pandemic’s tourism-related impacts

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Three City of Roswell representatives are part of statewide tourism-industry task forces that have been formed to collect and analyze economic-impact information, share best practices and evaluate recovery tactics in response to COVID-19. The goal of this...

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General City News
Posted on: March 12, 2020

Regulations reminder: Weeds and yard sales

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Spring and summer bring warmer weather, and warmer weather brings the emergence of a variety of vegetation. Unfortunately, that can include unwanted weeds. Meanwhile, spring and summer make up yard-sale season and the appearance of yard-sale signs that co...

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General City News
Posted on: March 9, 2020

Online option offered to report areas in need of litter cleanup

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Keep Roswell Beautiful and the City of Roswell’s Community Development Department are working to keep the community looking good and would like the public’s help in reporting public areas that are in need of a cleanup to remove litter ...

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General City News
Posted on: May 16, 2018

Citizens can share concerns with city through online FixIT Form

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Have you recently come across a significant pothole on a city street? Did a property overgrown with weeds catch your eye? Do you know of a vehicle that appears to have been abandoned and remains sitting on public property? The City of Roswell wants to kno...

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General City News