Your locally elected officials (mayors and county commissioners) of Northwest Georgia are required, by state law, to update and create a five-year plan for the region. The Northwest Georgia Regional Council, made up of the region's locally elected officials, is responsible forgathering feedback from the public in order to create a plan that addresses the region's top priorities. By taking this brief survey you can give your community's leaders the input they need to determine the region's needs and how to best address those needs.
Please click this link to share your important feedback. Take the Survey!
Ms. Arrington started to work in Probate Court in February 2016 as a records clerk. She is now Deputy Clerk and Deputy Registrar and handles herself in a professional manner. She is always dependable, friendly and courteous to everyone.
Judge Linda Smith says "Allyn always has a positive approach to every situation and goes the extra mile to make sure the people of Polk County have a pleasant experience handling their everyday business in Probate Court."
Left to Right: Kattie Trammell, 10 Years Of Service; Timmy Gentry, 5 Years of Service; Jerry Dunn, 20 Years of Service
Debra was taught by her parents to work hard and do the best job possible. She has been a great asset to The Tax Assessors Office and a dedicated employee to Polk County for 33 years. We wish you God’s speed in your new journey Debra!
Thank You for 33 years, 2 months & 2 days of dedicated service to Polk County!
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Polk County Residents can be notified within minutes of a National Weather Service warning, issued for the following local weather events:
To receive these notifications, however, you must take a few moments to register an account on the Code Red website (clicking on the link or the Weather Warning icon will open up a new web browser window).
You may also download the CodeRED Mobile Alert app by clicking on the image below:
E-Verify Number 154185
Authorization Date 02/15/11