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Absentee Ballots; 770-254-2615

Voter Registration; Coweta County Administration; 22 East Broad Street  
Applications for absentee ballots may be obtained from the Coweta County Voter Registrar’s office or through the Secretary of State Website, www.sos.state.ga.us

Access Coweta; www.accesscow.com
A website byThe Chamber of Commerce designed to offer a local business directory, local information, local news, community information, entertainment options, calendar of events, etc. 

Accident Reports 
Copies of accident and arrest reports are available for a small fee from the issuing law enforcement agency:  
Newnan Police Department; 770-254-2355 
Georgia State Patrol; 770-254-7200 
Coweta County Sheriff’s Office; 770-253-1502

Accounts Payable; 770-254-2351 
Finance Department; City Hall; 25 LaGrange Street

Adopt A Street Program; 678-855-5058
Keep Newnan Beautiful; 6 First Avenue  
Citizens, businesses, and organizations are encouraged to volunteer to maintain and clean an area of streets or roads for a minimum of 4 times a year. 

Adoption, Child; 877-210-5437 (877-210-KIDS)
GA Department of Human Resources Office of Adoptions 
www.dfcs.dhr.georgia.gov

Adoption, Pet; 770-254-3735 
Coweta County Humane Society and Shelter Rescue; 91 Selt Road; Click here for available pets 
Newnan-Coweta Humane Society: please visit their website : http://nchsrescue.org/

Adult Education; 770-254-2829
32 Clark Street; Adult Literacy Department of West Central Technical College 
The Adult Education Program offers GED classes, English Literacy Program, Civics, and GED testing. 

Advance Voting; 678-854-0015
Coweta County Board of Elections; 22 East Broad Street  
Administered by the Coweta County Board of Elections, advance voting allows voters to cast ballots for any reason (including convenience) during a period of time prior to an election. 

African American Alliance and Research Center, 
92 Farmer Street, email: thecowetacomuseum@yahoo.com or (470) 414-2212  The AAA is dedicated to the preservation and conservation of the cultural, historical, and architectural African-American heritage of Coweta County. 

Airport, Newnan-Coweta; 770-254-8102

2459 Highway 29 South 
The Newnan Coweta Airport offers 5,550 feet of runway and accommodates corporate, military, and general aviation aircraft. 

Alcohol Licenses; 770-254-2351
Finance Department; City Hall; 25 LaGrange Street  
Licenses for the sale of alcoholic beverages shall be issued by the Finance Department at an annual license fee.  Alcohol license applications must be approved by the City Council.  

American Red Cross; 770-253-2056
770 Greison Trail, Suite G; www.redcross.org

Angel’s House; 770-251-6080
1401 Holbrook Road; www.theangelshouse.org  
Angel’s House provides a safe and secure environment to children and fosters emotional healing, personal development, and family living skills.

Animal Control; 770-254-2355
Newnan Police Department; 25 Jefferson Street 
The animal warden enforces City, County, State, and Federal animal control laws and responds to calls concerning domestic animals as well as wild animals.

Animal, Dead Removal; 770-254-2355
Newnan Police Department; 25 Jefferson Street
The animal warden arranges for the pick-up of dead animals on public right-of-way.   
 
Animal Shelter, Coweta County; 770-254-3735 
91 Selt Road; www.shelterrescue.org

Annulments; 770-254-2690
Clerk of Superior Court – Court Services; Coweta County Justice Center; 72 Greenville Street

Army National Guard ; 770-254-7489

Arson Hotline; 1-800-282-5804
Georgia Insurance and Fire Safety Commissioner; http://www.gainsurance.org/

Art Association, Newnan Coweta
31 Hospital Road; http://www.newcaa.com/

Auditorium, Municipal/Wadsworth, 770-254-2354
Community Development Department for reservations
25 Jefferson Street The Wadsworth Auditorium, at the former municipal building, is a 650 seat auditorium available for civic gatherings, school performances, and community shows. 

Authorities (see:  Boards, Authorities, and Commissions)

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Background Check; 770-254-2355 Newnan Police Department; 1 Joesph Hannah Blvd
The Newnan Police Department will conduct a criminal records background check for employment or housing purposes for a fee and upon request. 

Banner Permit; 770-254-2362
Building Department; City Hall; 25 Jefferson Street 
Banners can not be erected for any longer than 7 days in any one calendar year and can be no larger than 24 square feet.  

Bankruptcy Court (Federal Court); 678-423-3000
Lewis R. Morgan Federal Building and United States Courthouse; 18 Greenville Street; www.uscourts.gov

Beautification Department; 770-254-2354
City Hall; 25 LaGrange Street
The Beautification Department provides the city citizens and visitors with efficient and effective maintenance and enhancement of the City’s parks, public grounds, and road right-of-ways.

Better Business Bureau; 404-766-0875
www.atlanta.bbb.org

Bid Information; 770-254-2351
Finance Department; City Hall; 25 LaGrange Street
Contact the Finance Department to inquire about bids or to be placed on the vendor list for the city of Newnan.  Bid opportunities are also available online at www.ci.newnan.ga.us.  

Bike Patrol; 770-254-2355
Newnan Police Department
The Bike Patrol consists of four officers whose primary mission is to provide a concentrated patrol in selected neighborhoods or retail areas. 

Birth Certificates; 770-254-2640
Probate Court; Coweta County Administration Bldg.; 22 East Broad Street

Board of Education, Coweta County; 770-254-2800
237 Jackson Street; www.coweta.k12.ga.us 

Board of Elections; 678-854-0015
Coweta County Administration; 22 East Broad Street
The Board of Elections conducts all elections held in Coweta County. 

Board of Zoning Appeals; 770-254-2354
Planning and Zoning Department; City Hall; 25 LaGrange Street 
Meets the 1st Tuesday of each month at 10:00 a.m. at City Hall

Boards, Authorities, and Commissions; 770-254-2358
City Manager’s Office; Meeting times vary depending on group  
In general, the Mayor and Council appoint citizens to boards, authorities, and commissions.   There are approximately 115 volunteers serving on about 15 different boards, authorities or commissions.  For meeting times of these groups, click here.  Citizens wishing to serve in one of these volunteer capacities should notify a councilmember or the Mayor. 

Boy Scouts of America ; 770-227-4556 
1361 Zebulon Road, Griffin; www.flintrivercouncil.org

Boys and Girls Club, Newnan-Coweta; 678-423-0309
72 Wesley Street; www.bgcma.org 
From games and athletics to drug prevention workshops, Boys & Girls Clubs offer young people a range of fun and productive activities.

Brewton Parker College; 770-683-3245
160 Martin Luther King Jr. Drive; http://www.bpc.edu/

Budget; 770-254-2351
Finance Department; City Hall; 25 LaGrange Street 
The budget for The City of Newnan runs for a fiscal year of January – December and is adopted by the Mayor and City Council. The City of Newnan budget is available online at www.ci.newnan.ga.us

Building Permits and Inspections; 770-254-2362
Building Department; City Hall; 25 LaGrange Street  
The Building Department provides for administration and enforcement of building, housing, plumbing, electrical, health, and zoning codes. For new construction and alterations to existing facilities, the department issues the necessary permits, examines all plans, and checks for compliance with building and zoning codes.

Bulk Waste; 770-474-9273
City of Newnan Sanitation
Bulk Waste will is picked up the same day as household garbage.  Bulk Waste includes furniture, mattresses, appliances, stoves, refrigerators, water tanks, washing machines, dryers, etc.

Burn Permits (Newnan); 770-253-1851 x 302

Burning information for state; Georgia Forestry Commission; 1-877-652-2872

137 Corinth Road; www.gfc.state.ga.us
Check with the Georgia Forestry Commission for burn ban information and for burn permits. 

Business Development; 770-253-2682
Business Development is concerned with business development, retention, and expansion in the city. 
            
Business Licenses (Occupational Tax Certificates); 770-254-2351 
Finance Department; City Hall; 25 LaGrange Street
All businesses operating in the city are required to have an Occupational Tax Certificate on display and are subject to occupational taxes. 

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Internet, Cable TV and Phone: NuLink

NuLink.com or 770-683-6988

CAFI (Community Action for Improvement) 770-253-3864

53 Savannah Street; www.cafi-ga.org
CAFI’s mission is to enhance the quality of life of individuals and families by providing services and resources that will facilitate the building of self-esteem and self-sufficiency through the active involvement of the total community.

Call Before You Dig; 1-800-282-7411
Georgia Utilities Protection Center; www.gaupc.com
The Utilities Protection Center is a communication system established to provide one telephone number for excavating contractors and the general public to call for notification of their intent to use equipment for excavation, tunneling, grading, boring, blasting, demolition or any similar work. The one call provides the participating members an opportunity to locate and identify underground facilities.

Candidate Qualification; 770-254-2358
City Clerk; City Hall; 25 LaGrange Street 
All citizens desiring to run for vacant city council seats must qualify with the Newnan City Clerk.  

Carl Miller Park; 770-683-5516
74 Sewell Road; www.newnanutilities.org 
The 14-acre park features picnic tables, pavilions for groups of up to 150 people, jogging path with exercise stations, preschool and elementary playgrounds, and Kids' Castle Park.

Carriage Rides; 706-672-3700
Kingdom Outpost offers a horse drawn journey through historic downtown Newnan. 

CASA, Court Appointed Special Advocates; 770-253-0046
61 Hospital Road; http://www.nationalcasa.org/
The CASA program is an organization of volunteers who advocate in the juvenile court system for abused and neglected children, helping them find safe, permanent homes.  

Cemetery Department; 770-253-3744
The Cemetery Department maintains three cemeteries in the city:  Oak Hill, Eastview, and Eastview Annex. 

Central Education Center; 678-423-2000
160 Martin Luther King Jr. Drive; http://www.gacec.com/
The Central Education Center is re-inventing education by combining academics with career and technical education, bringing businesses and technical college curriculum to high school students, and showing students and adult learners the relevance of education.  The CEC is a national model school for seamless education and workforce development. 

Centre for Performing and Visual Arts; 770-254-2787
1523 Lower Fayetteville Road; www.thecentreonline.net 
An extension of the Coweta County School System, the Centre is a venue for art shows, musical and theatrical productions, award presentations, graduation ceremonies, etc.  

Chamber of Commerce, Newnan Coweta; 770-253-2270
23 Bullsboro Drive; http://www.newnancowetachamber.org/ 
The Newnan-Coweta Chamber of Commerce provides business leadership to foster an economic and cultural climate favorable to all business to create a higher quality of life for all residents.

Charter, City of Newnan; 770-254-2358
City Clerk; City Hall; 25 LaGrange Street 
The Charter of the City of Newnan details the government’s structure, functions, and organization.

Charter Communications; 1-888-GETCHARTER
Charter is able to provide digital television, internet, and telephone services to some areas of the city.   

Checks (Bad); 770-254-2610
Magistrate Court; Coweta County Justice Center; 72 Greenville Street 
The Magistrate Court accepts reports from both businesses and individuals who have received a bad check. 

Child Abuse and Neglect; 770-254-7234
Coweta County Department of Family and Childrens Services; 533 Highway 29 North  
Child Abuse and neglect is handled through the Department of Family and Children’s Services.  If a child is in immediate danger, call 911. 

Child Support; 1-800-227-7993
Georgia Department of Human Resources; Office of Child Support Services (OCSS)
www.ocse.dhr.georgia.gov 

Citizen Academy, Newnan; 770-254-2358
Public Information Office; City Hall; 25 LaGrange Street  
The Newnan Citizen Academy is a hands-on course held yearly to educate the citizens of Newnan about local government.

City Hall; 770-254-2358
25 LaGrange Street 
City Hall houses the Mayor’s Office, City Manager’s Office, Human Resources, City Clerk, Finance, Building Inspection, Engineering, Public Works, Public Information, Planning and Zoning, Beautification, and Community Development.  The Council Chambers are also located in City Hall. 

City Clerk; 770-254-2358
City Hall; 25 LaGrange Street
The City Clerk is the official keeper of City of Newnan ordinances, records, and resolutions.

City Council; 770-254-2358

City Hall; 25 LaGrange Street 

City Manager; 770-254-2358
City Hall; 25 LaGrange Street The Office of the City Manager is responsible for the implementation of all policies, programs, contracts, ordinances, and resolutions as approved and directed by the Mayor and City Council.  This office performs the administrative functions of the government and coordinates the daily activities of the departments. 

City Municipal Court; 770-254-2355

Child Support Recovery; 1-877-423-4746

Clean Air Campaign; 1-877-CLEANAIR
http://www.cleanaircampaign.com/
The mission of The Clean Air Campaign is to motivate Georgians to take action to improve air quality and reduce traffic congestion.

Clerk of Superior Court; 770-254-2690
Coweta County Justice Center; 72 Greenville Street 
The Clerk of Superior Court performs all administrative functions of the court as prescribed by law and court rules. The office faithfully maintains accurate and complete records of all court proceedings as well as the monies received and disbursed by the clerk.   Superior Court handles real estate matters, divorce decrees, criminal felony cases, etc. 

CLICK (Certified Literary Is Coweta’s Key); 770-502-8944
32 Clark Street

Code Enforcement; 770-254-2362
City Hall; 25 LaGrange Street Code Enforcement is an active patrol to ensure businesses, neighborhoods, and residences are in compliance with city ordinances. 

Community Development Department; 770-254-2354
City Hall; 25 LaGrange Street
The community development departments; Building Inspection, Planning and Zoning, and Beautification; work to implement managed growth, to ensure construction of quality buildings, to establish and protect natural resources, and to provide excellent services to the citizens of Newnan.

Comprehensive Plan; 770-254-2354
Planning and Zoning Department; City Hall; 25 LaGrange Street 
The Comprehensive Plan is a document mandated by the Georgia Department of Community Affairs and must be revised every 10 years.  The plan contains the city’s goals and objectives and covers topics such as transportation, population, housing, land use, economic development, natural resources, historic resources, community facilities, and land use.  The most recent Comprehensive Plan was adopted by the Mayor and Council in 2003.

Convention and Visitors Bureau, Coweta County; 770-254-2629
100 Walt Sanders Memorial Drive; http://www.explorecoweta.com/
The Coweta County CVB is a proactive sales and marketing organization whose primary goal is to increase the economic impact of the hospitality and visitor industry by attracting individual visitors, group tours, sports teams, and meetings and conventions to the County. 

College Accreditation AccreditedOnlineColleges.org/Regional-Accreditation is a comprehensive and informative resource that ranks each university in America by size, degrees offered, tuition costs, admission rates, graduation rates, and retention rates. Taxpayers can view accreditation as an assurance that their tax dollars are sent to reputable institutions. Teachers can consider working at an accredited college or university a mark of professional excellence, ensuring that their work and employer are viewed positively by other academics. The college itself, finally, can benefit from accreditation processes as they provide an outside check on the quality of their educational policies and institutional goals.

Community Welcome House; 770-304-0966
147 Jackson Street
Community Welcome House is an emergency shelter for abused women and their children.  www.communitywelcomehouse.org

Consumer Affairs; 404-651-8600

Cooperative Extension Office; 770-254-2620
Coweta County Cooperative Extension Office; 275 Pine Road 
The University of Georgia Cooperative Extension Service responds to the people's needs and interests in agriculture, the environment, families and 
4-H/youth in Georgia with unbiased, research-based education.

Correctional Institute; 770-254-3723
Coweta County Prison; 101 Selt Road   
The mission of the Coweta County Prison is to provide an inmate labor force for the public works projects of the Board of County Commissioners and through the various county departments.  The prison also provides a safe, clean and professional environment to the inmates, staff, and public.

Council Meetings; 770-254-2358
City Hall; 25 LaGrange Street
Council meetings are held the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month at 2:30 pm and 7:30 pm, respectively in the Council Chambers at City Hall.   

Council agendas; 770-254-2358
City Manager’s Office; City Hall; 25 LaGrange Street  
Submissions for the City Council agenda should be presented in writing to the City Manager’s office one week prior to the Council meeting.  The Council agenda is available on the city’s website, http://www.ci.newnan.ga.us/.

Council on Aging; 770-683-8600 

Offers services for senior citizens.

Courthouse 
200 Court Square; Downtown Newnan
 In 1904, the former 75 year old courthouse was razed and replaced by the one which stands today.  James Golucke, who designed several other courthouses in Georgia , was the architect, and R.D. Cole was the contractor.  The cost was $58,000.  The courthouse is an excellent example of Neo-Greek Revival architecture, with stamped and formed copper cornices and pediments.  The dome rises more than 100 feet and features clocks on all four sides, and a bell in the tower still chimes each hour.  Most court functions moved to the Coweta County Justice Center in 2006, but a redevelopment plan was designed for the Courthouse by a Citizen’s Committee to ensure the courthouse continues to be a vital part of government, the community, and downtown Newnan.   

Court, Coweta (See:  Juvenile Court, Magistrate Court, Municipal Court, Probate Court, State Court, and Superior Court.)

Court, Bankruptcy (See:  Bankruptcy Court)

Court, Federal (See:  Federal Court)

Coweta Dial a Ride; 770-683-7433

Coweta County Commissioners; 770-254-2601
Coweta County Administration; 22 East Broad Street; www.coweta.ga.us 
Coweta County is governed by a five member, elected Board of Commissioners.  The Board of Commissioners establishes ordinances and policies for County Operation.  The day to day operations are handled through the County Administration office. 

Coweta County Fairgrounds located at 275 Pine Road; 770-254-2685

Crime Tip Line; 770-254-2350 
Newnan Police Department; 25 Jefferson Street 
This telephone line is designated for people with information about a crime committed in the City of Newnan. 

Criminal Investigation; 770-254-2355
Newnan Police Department; 1 Joesph Hanna Blvd

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Death Certificates; 770-254-2640
Probate Court; Coweta County Administration Bldg.; 22 East Broad Street 

Deeds; 770-254-2690
Clerk of Superior Court; Coweta County Justice Center; 72 Greenville Street 

Demonstrations; 770-254-2358
City Manager’s Office; City Hall; 25 LaGrange Street
Persons or groups engaged in demonstrations, gatherings, picketing, etc. must obtain a picket permit from the City Manager’s office.  Pickets shall not exceed 100 people at any time, are to remain in motion, and are not to block roads or sidewalks. 

Development Standards; 770-254-2354
Community Development Department; City Hall;  25 LaGrange Street 
The development standards establish guidelines for site designs, subdivisions, building materials, etc. 

Dead Animal in Road pickup; 770-254-2355

DFCS, Division of Family and Children Services; 770-254-7234
533 Highway 29 North; www.dfcs.dhr.georgia.gov
The Division of Family and Children Services (DFCS) is responsible for welfare and employment support, protecting children, foster care and other services to strengthen families.

Disabled Citizens, Rutledge Center; 770-253-1189
55 Millard Farmer Industrial Drive

District Attorney; 770-254-7300
Coweta County Justice Center; 72 Greenville Street; www.dacowetacircuit.org  
The District attorney’s office is responsible for prosecuting all criminal offenses, felonies and misdemeanors, as well as certain civil actions such as drug, gambling, and bond forfeitures. 

Divorce Filing; 770-254-2695
Superior Court – Civil Services; Coweta County Justice Center; 72 Greenville Street  
Divorce decrees are maintained in the Superior Court office. It is suggested to seek an attorney for legal advice prior to contacting the Superior Court offices. 

Downtown Development Authority; 770-253-8283
Meets the 2nd Thursday of each Month at 8:00 a.m. at Newnan City Hall

Development Authority, Coweta County; 770-304-1777 
1605 Highway 34 East, Suite A-2; www.developcoweta.com
Coweta County Development Authority markets the Shenandoah and Creekside Industrial Parks and provides services to structure economic development and assist in many phases of the development process.  The Authority cooperates with local, regional, and state agencies in its efforts to promote business expansion and/or relocation to Coweta County. 

Driver’s License; 678-413-8400 
Georgia Department of Driver Services; 128 and 130 Bullsboro Drive  
www.dds.ga.gov

Drug Hotline; 770-253-2324
Newnan Police Department; 25 Jefferson Street 
The hotline is designated for citizens to report any drug activity or suspicious happenings.  

Dumping, Illegal; 770-254-2362
Code Enforcement; City Hall; 25 LaGrange Street
It is unlawful for any person, firm, or company to accumulate, place, throw, dump, or leave any litter on any public or private property in the city.  

Dumping Station( County); 770-254-3785; www.coweta.ga.us

Dunaway Gardens; 678-423-4050
3218 Roscoe Road/Highway 70; www.dunawaygardens.com
Dunaway Gardens has been described as one of the south's largest natural rock and floral gardens. There are spring-fed pools, stone waterfalls and extensive hand-laid rock paths, walls, and staircases throughout the approximately twenty five acre tract.
 
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Elections (see: Board of Elections) 

Electricity
Electricity can be provided to residents of Newnan by:  
Coweta Fayette EMC; 770-502-0226; www.utilitiy.org
Newnan Utilities; 770-683-5516; www.newnanutilities.org
Georgia Power; 1-888-660-5890; www.georgiapower.com

Emergencies – 911
Please call 911 for fire, police, natural disaster, and medical emergencies.

Emergency Management Agency; 770-254-2650 
Coweta County 911; 22 East Broad Street  
The EMA develops and updates standard operating procedures for responding to and recovering from man made or natural disasters. 

Employment (with City of Newnan); 770-254-2358 ext 202 
Human Resources ; City Hall; 25 LaGrange Street
Applications accepted for available positions only.  Apply Monday – Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., at Newnan City Hall.  Job Opportunities are listed on here

Engineering; 770-254-2354 
City Hall, 25 LaGrange Street
The Engineering Department defends the best interests of the citizens of the City of Newnan in all aspects of civil engineering and infrastructure design, construction, and maintenance.

Environmental Concern Hotline; 770-253-1823
The phone number is intended for citizens to report illegal dumping, soil erosion problems, sewer spills, clogged storm drains, etc.  All complaints received from this hotline will be documented and inspected within three days. 

Environmental Health Department; 770-254-7422
51 North Perry Street; www.health.state.ga.us 
The Environmental Health Department provides services designed to help ensure the health and safety of the public while protecting the environment.

Erskine Caldwell Museum; 770-254-8657
Camp Street; Moreland Square

Explorer Program; 770-254-2355
The Newnan Police Department started Explorer Post 200 to teach the youth about police services, duties, and responsibilities. The Exploring program is for young adults, ages 14 to 20, registered with Boy Scouts of America, and is designed to match the interests of youth with adult knowledge, skills, and resources. 

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Fairgrounds, Coweta County; 770-254-2685
275 Pine Road; www.coweta.ga.us
Located on 65 acres on Pine Road, the Coweta County Fairgrounds and Conference Center offers meeting space with a catering kitchen, ag center, outdoor theatre, and midway area.  

Federal Court ( U.S. District Court); 478-752-3497
www.uscourts.gov 
Newnan is part of the Middle District of Georgia, which has its main office in Macon. 

Finance Department; 770-254-2351
City Hall; 25 LaGrange Street  
The City of Newnan Finance Department directs financial operations of city government.  Responsibilities include Annual Audit, revenue collections, accounts payable, business licensing, purchasing, property taxes, annual budget, and financial services. 

Fire Department; 770-253-1851 
Station 1 - 23 Jefferson Street 
Station 2 - 1516 Lower Fayetteville Road
click here for more info
The Newnan Fire Department is dedicated to the preservation of life and property through prevention, education, preparation, response, and recovery programs. 

Fire Marshal; 770-253-1851
Newnan Fire Department; 23 Jefferson Street 
The fire marshal supervises fire inspections and investigations, promotes fire safety, reviews building construction plans, and issues burn permits. click here

Firearms permit; 770-254-2640
Probate Court; Coweta County Administration Bldg.; 22 East Broad Street  
Probate Court issues firearms permits to residents 21 years or older who want to carry a firearm on their person or in their vehicle. 

Fire Reports; 770-253-1851
Newnan Fire Department; 23 Jefferson Street

Fishing/Hunting License; 770-918-6400
Georgia Department of Natural Resources; www.gadnr.org
The Georgia Department of Natural Resources administers hunting and fishing licenses and regulations.  Licenses are available from some local sporting good retailers as well as online. 

Food Stamps; 770-254-7234
Division of Family and Childrens Services; 533 Highway 29 North

Foreclosures; 770-254-2690
Clerk of Superior Court; Coweta County Justice Center; 72 Greenville Street
Deeds are recorded in the Clerk of Superior Court Office.  

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Coweta County Cooperative Extension Service; 275 Pine Road 

Fourth of July Parade and Rotary Celebration; 770-253-8283
Main Street Newnan; 6 First Avenue; www.mainstreetnewnan.com
This patriotic, hometown parade through downtown is followed by entertainment and food at Drake Stadium with fireworks at dusk.

Future Land Use Map/Plan; 770-254-2354
Planning and Zoning Department; City Hall; 25 LaGrange Street  
The future land use map is prepared as part of the land use element of the comprehensive plan.  Desired land uses are defined graphically. 

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Game Warden; 478-751-6415
Georgia Department of Natural Resources; Wildlife Resources Division
www.gohuntgeorgia.com

Garage Sales; 770-254-2358
City Clerk; City Hall; 25 LaGrange Street
A temporary sale permit shall be required from the city clerk.  Such sales shall be limited to no more than three during any 12 month period.  Each permit shall be issued for no more than three consecutive days and no permit may be issued for 30 days after the expiration of the preceding sale. There can only be one sign per sale and the sign must be erected in a freestanding manner.  


Garbage Pickup
Waste Industries; 770-474-9273
www.wasteindustries.com
Waste Industries  is responsible for all sanitation services in the City of Newnan including pick up of garbage and recyclables. It is a mandatory service for all citizens to have an active account.

Genealogical Association, Newnan
8 Carmicheal Street  
http://ccgsinc.org/
The Coweta County Genealogical Society is dedicated to the research, recording, and preservation of historical and genealogical records for present and future historians and genealogical researchers. 

Georgia Bureau of Investigations; 404-244-2600
www.ganet.org/gbi
The Georgia Bureau of Investigations is an independent, statewide agency that provides assistance to the state’s criminal justice system in the areas of criminal investigations, forensic laboratory services, and computerized criminal justice information. 

Georgia Department of Transportation (see:  Transportation, Georgia Department of)

Georgia State Government Information – 404-656-2000
www.georgia.gov

Georgia State Patrol; 770-254-7200
517 Turkey Creek Road; www.dps.georgia.gov

Girl Scouts of America ; 770-227-2524
350 Airport Road, Griffin; www.girlscoutsofpinevalley.org

Global Achievers; 770-254-7345
www.globalachievers.org 
Global Achievers provides opportunities for elementary, middle, and high school students to participate actively in a wide range of interdisciplinary educational experiences with their international partners.

Governor’s Office of Consumer Affairs; 404-651-8600 / 800-869-1123
www.consumer.georgia.gov
The office champions the interests of consumers and helps defend against unfair, deceptive, or fraudulent business practices. 

Grass; 770-254-2362
Code Enforcement; City Hall; 25 LaGrange Street
Grass in the city cannot exceed 12 inches in height. 

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Habitat for Humanity, Newnan Coweta; 770-252-9049
P.O. Box 2607; www.habitat.org 
Habitat for Humanity works in partnership with people in need to build and renovate decent, affordable housing.

Handicap Permits; 770-254-2631 
Coweta County Tag Office; Coweta County Administration; 22 East Broad Street

Health Department, Coweta County; 770-254-7400
60 Hosiptal Road; www.health.state.ga.us  
The Coweta County Health Department provides a comprehensive range of health services to the citizens of Newnan and Coweta County in the areas of women’s health, child health, school health, disabled children’s services, communicable disease control, chronic disease control, dental health, environmental health, nutrition services, and health education. 

Historical Districts

Tours by Elizabeth call 770-253-0500 
The city of Newnan has six historical districts:  Newnan Cotton Mill and Mill Village, Platinum Point, Downtown Business District, Greenville/LaGrange, College-Temple, and Cole Town.  
 
Historical Society, Newnan Coweta; 770-251-0207
30 Temple Avenue; http://www.newnancowetahistoricalsociety.com
The Newnan Coweta Historical Society is charged with preserving our community’s rich heritage.  The History Center is located at 60 East Broad Street in the old A&W Railroad Depot.

Housing Authority, Newnan; 770-253-6461
48 Ball Street
The Newnan Housing Authority assists with public housing and administers the Section 8 voucher program.  

Homestead Exemption Filing; 770-254-2670
Coweta County Tax Commissioner; Coweta County Administration; 22 East Broad Street
The Tax Commissioner’s Office allows for a homestead exemption for homeowners to be granted to residents who own their homes/land on the first day of each year for tax purposes. 

Horse Arena; 770-254-2685
W.C. Adamson Horse Arena; Coweta County Fairgrounds; 275 Pine Road  
The arena is used for equestrian events including horse shows, barrel racing, and dressage. The arena is home to the 4-H Horse and Pony Club.

Hospital, Piedmont Newnan; 770-253-1912
Poplar Road ; www.piedmontnewnanhospital.org 
Piedmont Newnan Hospital enhances the wellness of patients and the community by providing a coordinated system of high quality and compassionate healthcare services.

Human Resources Department, 770-254-2358
City Hall; 25 LaGrange Street
The City of Newnan HR Department recruits personnel and provides various support services to departments within the city of Newnan.  
            
Humane Society, Coweta County; 770-253-4694
Humane Society, Coweta County; 770-253-4694
Newnan-Coweta Humane Society: please visit their website : http://nchsrescue.org/
Weekly Adoption Events held at Newnan PetSmart in Newnan Pavilion, Sundays 12:30-4:00 p.m.
(also see the unrelated Shelter Rescue below)

  
Hunting License (see:  Fishing/Hunting License) 

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Incident Reports (see: Accident Reports)

Immigration; 800-375-5283
www.uscis.gov

Impact Fees; 770-254-2354
Community Development; City Hall; 25 LaGrange Street
The city collects impact fees from new developments for improvements to the city’s Fire Department, Police Department, Parks and Recreation, and Transportation.  

Insurance and Fire Safety Commissioner; 800-656-2298
www.gainsurance.org
The mission of the Office of Commissioner of Insurance is to ensure that the public’s interests are served through professional oversight of regulated industries, consumer protection, and broad-based educational activities. 

Internet Service

http://www.attinternetservice.com/ 


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Jail, Coweta County; 770-253-1664
Coweta County Sheriff’s Office; 560 Greison Trail  
The Coweta County Jail is operated by the Sheriff’s Office and houses inmates who are awaiting trail, awaiting arraignment, or have been convicted of technical violation. 

Job Opportunities (see:  Employment)

Junk; 770-254-2362
Code Enforcement; City Hall; 25 LaGrange Street 
It is unlawful for citizens to accumulate trash, weeds, unsightly materials, litter, refuse, and junked vehicles on property in the city. 
 
Jury Duty; 770-254-2698
Clerk of Superior Court; Coweta County Justice Center; 72 Greenville Street


Juvenile Court; 770-254-3731
Coweta County Justice Center; 72 Greenville Street 
Juvenile Court has original jurisdiction over cases involving deprivation, delinquency, or unruliness concerning children under age 17, except certain offenses excluded by statute. The ultimate goal of the Juvenile Court is to serve the families of this county and offer the best possible resources available to them and exhaust all efforts and resources to keep families united.

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Keep Newnan Beautiful; 770-253-8283
6 First Avenue  
Keep Newnan Beautiful works toward a more beautiful, cleaner city by improving attitudes and behavior regarding the environment through education outreach, beautification efforts, and special project cleanups. 

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Labor Day Activities; 770-253-8283
Main Street Newnan; 6 First Avenue; www.mainstreetnewnan.com
The annual downtown Labor Day Sidewalk Sales begin on Friday and the Sunrise on the Square Road Race is held on Saturday morning.  The Homemade Ice Cream Festival is Saturday afternoon. The Powers Crossroads Country Fair is also held this weekend. 

Labor, Georgia Department of; 770-254-7220
30 Bledsoe Road; www.dol.state.ga.is  
The Georgia Department of Labor provides a wide range of services to job seekers and employers including administration of Georgia ’s unemployment insurance, employment service, and vocational rehabilitation programs. 

Landlord and Tenant Rights and Issues; 404-463-1596 or 800-369-4706
The Georgia Department of Community Affairs contracts with GA Legal Services to provide the Landlord Tenant Hotline and Handbook.  The hotline and handbook provide general information, simple advice, and referrals to callers with residential landlord-tenant questions.

Leash Law; 770-254-2355
Animal Warden; Newnan Police Department; 25 Jefferson Street  
Dogs in the city must be on a leash once off of an owner’s property. 

Lewis Grizzard Museum; 770-251-0424
Highway 29 South, Moreland  

Library, Newnan Coweta; 770-253-3625  http://www.cowetapubliclibrary.org
Central Library, 85 Literary Lane, Newnan GA  30265 - 770-683-2052
A. Mitchell Powell Jr. Public Library 25 Hospital Road, Newnan, GA 30263 -  770-253-3625

License Plates; 770-254-2631

Coweta County Tax Commissioner, Tag Office; Coweta County Administration; 22 East Broad Street 

License, Alcohol (see:  Alcohol License)

License, Business (See:  Business License)

License, Driver’s (See:  Driver’s License)

License, Hunting/Fishing (see:  Fishing/Hunting License) 

License, Marriage (see:  Marriage License) 

Licensing, Pets
Presently, the city does not require the licensing of your pet; however, state law and county ordinance does require that your pet must be vaccinated and maintain rabies shots annually.

Liens; 770-254-2690
Clerk of Superior Court; Coweta County Justice Center; 72 Greenville Street  
A lien is a claim or charge for payment of some debt, obligation, or duty.  Liens are filed in the Office of the Clerk of Superior Court, which is a public record office with all records available for viewing.

Lions Club; 
www.newnancowetalionsclub.webs.com

Local Programming; 770-683-5516; www.nulink.com
NuLink offers Channel 7 of school system programming and Channel 10 features community shows and broadcasts local government meetings. 

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Magistrate Court; 770-254-2610
Coweta County Justice Center; 72 Greenville Street  
Magistrate Court provides assistance to the general public, police agencies, and attorneys in the prosecution of criminal and civil cases in Coweta County. 

Main Street Newnan; 770-253-8283
6 First Avenue; www.mainstreetnewnan.com
Main Street Newnan is focused on the economic development of downtown Newnan.  Several special events are held throughout the year to encourage people to visit the unique specialty shops and restaurants in historic downtown. 

Male Academy Museum now houses the ChildrenConnect
30 Temple Avenue
https://www.childrenconnectmuseum.com/
The Male Academy Museum is a former boys’ private school which now contains multiple displays for children. 

Maps; 770-254-2354

Community Development; City Hall; 25 LaGrange Street
The Community Development Department offers city maps, zoning maps, land use maps, etc.  Several of these maps are also available on the city website.


Marriage License; 770-254-2640
Probate Court; Coweta County Administration Bldg.; 22 East Broad Street  
Probate Court provides marriage license applications. 

Marshal, Fire (see:  Fire Marshal)

Mayor; 770-254-2358
City Hall; 25 LaGrange Street
The Mayor serves as chief executive officer for the city, is elected citywide, and runs the City Council meetings.  Terms are for four years. 

Medicaid/ Food Stamps; 770-253-3864

MEAG Power; 770-563-0300
1470 Riveredge Parkway, Atlanta; www.meagpower.org
Newnan is a member of the 49 communities of MEAG Power, which offers a diverse range of services including electricity, natural gas, telecommunication, Internet, cable television, water, sewer, and more.

Millage Rate; 770-254-2351
Finance Department; City Hall; 25 LaGrange Street
The City Council sets the millage rate annually.  The millage rate is a fractional multiplier that helps determine the tax rate of property.  The Coweta County tax assessor’s office does all tax assessments. 

Motor Vehicle Registration (see:  License Plates)

Motor Vehicle Safety, Department of (DMVS); 678-413-8400
www.dmvs.ga.gov or www.dds.ga.gov
In July 2005, the DMVS was dismantled and a new Department of Driver Services (DDS) was created.  The DDS provides driver’s licenses, identification cards, vehicle titles, vehicle registrations and specialty tags and enforces the regulations concerning the size and weight of commercial motor vehicles and high occupancy vehicle lane restrictions.  

Municipal Court; 770-253-1226 or 770-254-2355

Newnan Police Department; 1 Joesph Hannah Blvd, Public Safety Complex
The Court hears cases for violations of city ordinances, violations of state traffic laws, and specific state criminal laws.  The court has the authority to fine up to $1000.00, incarcerate violators for up to 12 months, or place a violator on probation for up to 12 months. 

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Name Change; 770-254-2695
Clerk of Superior Court – Civil Services; Coweta County Justice Center; 72 Greenville Street.  
Documents are filed with the Clerk of Superior Court – Civil Services.   

National Do Not Call Lists; 888-382-1222
www.donotcall.gov
This federal program allows citizens to register home or mobile numbers in order to limit telemarketing calls. 

Natural Gas Providers; (404) 656-4501
Georgia Public Service Commission; www.psc.state.ga.us
 
Nature Center; 770-254-2685 
The James E. McGuffey Nature Center; Coweta County Fairgrounds; 275 Pine Road 
The Nature Center incorporates local geology, ecology, recreation, and learning.  Throughout the 3-miles of nature trails, outdoor classrooms are designed as educational venues for schoolchildren to learn about the local environment, typography, wildlife, and land use.

Neighborhood Watch Program; 770-254-2355
Newnan Police Department; 25 Jefferson Street 
Neighborhood Watch programs are designed to prevent crime in residential areas and are governed by residents being vigilant for persons, vehicles, or occurrences in their neighborhood.  The NPD provides guidance in establishing the program.

Newnan Utilities; 770-683-5516 
70 Sewell Road; www.newnanutilities.org 
Newnan Utilities is a leading provider of traditional utilities for residents and businesses throughout Newnan and Coweta County.  With a community driven history that includes delivering the city’s first electricity more than 100 years ago, Newnan Utilities remains committed to providing the best technologies and services to its customers. 

Newnan High School; 770-254-2880; 190 LaGrange Street

Newspaper; 770-253-1576
The Times-Herald; 16 Jefferson Street; www.times-herald.com

Noise Disturbances; 770-254-2355
Newnan Police Department; 25 Jefferson Street
Noise should not be heard 100 feet from a vehicle and should not be a nuisance to neighbors. 

Notary Public; 770-254-2690
Clerk of Superior Court; Coweta County Justice Center; 72 Greenville Street 
The Clerk of Superior Court provides applications for potential applicants for Public Notary. 

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Occupational Tax Certificates; 770-254-2351 
Finance Department; City Hall; 25 LaGrange Street
All businesses operating in the city are required to have an Occupational Tax Certificate on display and are subject to occupational taxes. 

One Roof; 770-683-7705; located on First Avenue; www.oneroofoutreach.org; Offers assistance for homeless families.

Open Air Theater; 770-254-2685
The Walker Horner Open Air  Theater; Coweta County Fairgrounds; 275 Pine Road  
This venue lies between the Conference Center and the Ag Building and is a great location for small stage performances and bands.

Ordinances; 770-254-2358
City Clerk’s Office; City Hall; 25 LaGrange Street 
The Mayor and City Council approve all ordinances and changes to existing ordinances.  Ordinances are contained in the City of Newnan Code of Ordinances, which is available for public viewing at the Newnan Coweta Library, the City Clerk’s Office, and online at Code of Ordinances.

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Parking Tickets; 770-254-2355
Newnan Police Department; 25 Jefferson Street 
Parking tickets may be issued by the Newnan Police Department after the violation of the two-hour parking limit in downtown Newnan or by violating handicap spaces or fire lanes.  Payment may be made through the mail or by visiting the NPD. 

Parks; 770-254-2354
Beautification Department; City Hall; 25 LaGrange Street
The Beautification Department maintains neighborhood and community parks at locations throughout the city including Temple Avenue Park, Carl Miller Park, CJ Smith Park, Cranford Park, Greenvile Street Park, Lynch Park and Pool, and Ray Park. 

Passports; 877-487-2778 (877-4USA-PPT)
www.travel.state.gov
Forms are available at the Newnan Post Office and the Superior Court Office.

Piedmont Newnan Hosiptal; 745 Poplar Road; 770-400-1000 or www.piedmontnewnan.com 

Planning and Zoning Department; 770-254-2354
City Hall; 25 LaGrange Street 
The Planning and Zoning Department handles public inquiries, annexation and rezoning requests, subdivision and site plan review, short and long range planning, grants administration, mapping services, composition of land use regulations, and assures implementation of the community Comprehensive Plan, Zoning Ordinance, and Subdivision Regulations.

Planning Commission; 770-254-2354
Planning and Zoning; City Hall; 25 LaGrange Street 
The Planning Commission makes recommendations to the Mayor and Council related to zoning, land use regulations, subdivision regulations, and ordinance changes.  The Commission meets the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 7:00 p.m. at Newnan City Hall.

Police Department, Newnan; 770-254-2355
1 Joesph Hannah Blvd
The Newnan Police Department enforces all ordinances and laws, preserves order to prevent infractions, and arrests any persons violating the laws. 

Pools, permitting; 770-254-2362  
Building Department; Newnan City Hall; 25 LaGrange Street 
The Building Department issues building permits for pools. 

Pools, Public; 770-254-3750
The City of Newnan maintains and theYMCA manages the Lynch Park Pool during the summer months. 

Post Office; 1-800-ASK-USPS or 770-502-7825
18 Greenville Street and 60 Postal Parkway;  www.usps.com

Potholes; 770-253-0327
Public Works Department; 55 Boone Drive 
The Public Works department handles reports of potholes. 

Probate Court, Coweta County; 770-254-2640
Coweta County Administration; 22 East Broad Street
Probate Court handles birth, death, and marriage certificates, firearm registration, marriage licenses, and administration of estates and guardianships. 

Probation; 770-252-6440
Coweta County State Court Probation Office; 28 East Washington Street  
This Probation office protects and serves the public by effectively enforcing the conditions of probation as established by the courts of Coweta County. 

Property Taxes; 770-254-2351
Finance Department; 25 LaGrange Street 
The Finance Department is responsible for billing and collecting property taxes for city residents, based on assessments by the Coweta County Tax Assessor.  

Property Values; 770-254-2680
Coweta County Tax Assessor Office; 37 Perry Street; www.cowetatax.com 
The tax assessor’s goal is to annually appraise at fair market value all tangible real and personal property located in Coweta County by utilizing uniform methods and procedures to equally distribute the tax burden among taxpayers.

Public Defender; 770-254-2705
8B Madison Street; www.gpdsc.org
The Public Defender office offers services to citizens of Newnan who need legal services but cannot afford to pay for the services of a criminal attorney. 

Public Information Office; 770-254-2354
City Hall; 25 LaGrange Street
The Public Information Office provides clear and open communication to the citizens of Newnan.  Among other services, the Public Information office acts as a liaison to the media, handles internal and external communications, produces marketing collateral, and creates communication plans. 

Public Service Commission; 800-282-5813
www.psc.state.ga.us
The Public Service Commission is responsible for gas, electric, and telecommunications issues throughout Georgia . 

Public Transit; GRTA XPress; 404-463-4782
www.xpress.ga.com
The Georgia Regional Transportation Authority operates a bus system from the Newnan Crossing area to Downtown Atlanta.  

Public Works; 770-253-0327
55 Boone Drive 
The Public Works Department provides for a clean, sanitary, and safe community for all citizens by controlling the quality of services provided by the four divisions of the Public Works Department including street, garage, cemetery, and engineering.  

Purchasing; 770-254-2351
Finance Department; City Hall; 25 LaGrange Street 
The Purchasing Division of the Finance Department is responsible for coordinating the procurement of goods and services for the city.  Purchasing also handles all bid information. 

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Quality Development Corridor Overlay District; 770-254-2354
Planning and Zoning; City Hall; 25 LaGrange Street
This district is designed to encourage high quality development by establishing restrictions and standards to protect the natural environment, promote optimum development, and maximize investment values. QDC’s in the city have been identified as portions of Bullsboro Drive, Newnan Crossing Bypass, and Millard Farmer Bypass.  

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Radio, WCOH; 770-253-9670
154 Boone Drive; www.wcoh.com

Real Estate Signs; 770-254-2354
Community Development Department; City Hall; 25 LaGrange Street
Only one real estate sign shall be allowed and it must be placed on the same lot per street frontage, which advertises the subject structure or lot.  Real Estate signs do not require a permit, but they must be freestanding signs.  Residential real estate signs can be a maximum of 4 square feet and commercial real estate signs can be a maximum of 24 feet. 

Records, Real Estate; 770-254-2690
Clerk of Superior Court; Coweta County Justice Center; 72 Greenville Street
The Clerk of Court houses real estate records with deeds. 

Recycling; 770-716-1899
Waste Industries Sanitation; www.wateindustries.com
A voluntary curbside recycling program is offered to residents of Newnan. Various areas of town have different days for pick-up. Items for recycling include corrugated cardboard boxes, newspapers, aluminum drink cans, tin cans, and plastics.    

Restaurant Inspections; 770-254-7422
Coweta County Health Department; 51 North Perry Street 
Inspections are performed by the Coweta County Environmental Health Department. 

Restraining Orders; 770-254-7300
District Attorney’s Office; Coweta County Justice Center; 72 Greenville Street; www.dacowetacircuit.org 
Restraining Orders are issued by the District Attorney’s Office. 

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Schools (See:  Board of Education)

Section 8 (See Housing Authority)

Senior Center, Tommy Thompson; 770-683-8600
29 Hospital Road

Shelter Rescue
Humane Society, Coweta County; 770-253-4694
Newnan-Coweta Humane Society: please visit their website : http://nchsrescue.org/
Weekly Adoption Events held at Newnan PetSmart in Newnan Pavilion, Sundays 12:30-4:00 p.m.

Sheriff’s Office, Coweta County; 770-253-1502
560 Greison Trail

Sidewalks; 770-254-2354
Community Development; City Hall; 25 LaGrange Street 
Most new subdivisions within the city are required to have sidewalks.  The City Council and city staff are currently working from a priority list to install sidewalks in the older sections of the city.  

Sign Installation; 770-253-0327
Street Department; 55 Boone Drive 
The Street Department handles traffic sign installation or repair.

Sign Permits; 770-254-2354
Building Department; City Hall; 25 LaGrange Street

Smoke Detectors; 770-253-1851
Newnan Fire Department; 23 Jefferson Street
Smoke Detectors are distributed upon request to low-income families and in homes with residents who are handicapped, have children under 14, and have adults over 65. 

Soccer Association, Coweta County; 770-683-8392
1690 Highway 34 East; www.cannonsoccer.com
The Coweta County Soccer Association promotes and advances the sport of soccer in Coweta County. 

Social Security Office; 800-772-1213
www.ssa.gov

Solicitor, General; 770-254-2646
Coweta County Justice Center; P. O. Box 663 Newnan GA, 30264
The Office of the Solicitor-General serves as the prosecuting attorney in State Court, the county, and city and has the responsibility to decide the prosecution of all misdemeanor offenses. 

Low Cost Spay and Neuter Clinic: 
12 The Crescent, Newnan, GA 30263;  (770) 304-7911, https://sites.google.com/site/thehelpspayneuterclinic/

Special Events Permit – Alcohol; 770-254-2358
City Clerk; City Hall; 25 LaGrange Street
A permit is required to allow alcohol at events held at specified permitted locations. 

SPLOST Projects; 770-254-2358
City Manager; City Hall; 25 LaGrange Street
The Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax (SPLOST) is a 1 cent tax approved by voters that funds a variety of capital projects. 

Sports; 770-254-3750
Coweta County Recreation Department; 39 Hospital Road 
The Coweta County Recreation Department offers a variety of sports for both youth and adults. 

State Court; 770-254-2699
Coweta County Justice Center; 72 Greenville Street 
State Court has concurrent jurisdiction with Superior Court in civil actions except where exclusive jurisdiction is given to the Superior Court by the Constitution.  It handles appeals from the Magistrate Court and has criminal jurisdiction in misdemeanor cases. 

Stormwater Management Program; 770-254-2354
Engineering: City Hall, 25 LaGrange Street
The Stormwater management program goals are to alleviate flooding, reduce the discharge of harmful pollutants associated with stormwater runoff, and to protect the water quality of our streams and rivers.  Remember:  Only Rain Down the Storm Drain!

Stove Top FireStop; 770-253-8433 extension 601 
Newnan Fire Department; 23 Jefferson Street 
StoveTop FireStop attaches to your vent hood with a magnet and automatically activates to suppress a stove top cooking fire once the flames reach the unit.  Stove Top FireStops are installed free in homes to residents of the city who are handicapped, have children under 14, or are over 65. 

Street Addresses; 770-254-2354
Planning and Zoning Department, City Hall, 25 LaGrange Street

Street Lights 
Coweta Fayette EMC; 770-502-0226; www.utilitiy.org
Newnan Utilities; 770-683-5516; www.newnanutilities.org
Georgia Power; 1-888-660-5890; www.georgiapower.com

Street Repair; 770-253-0327
Street Department; 55 Boone Drive
(For State Route Repair: Georgia Department of Transportation; 
706-845-4115)

Superior Court; 770-254-2690
Coweta County Justice Center; 72 Greenville Street
The Superior Court has jurisdiction in divorce, felony, land-title, equity, adoption, and certain civil suits. 

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Tags, Vehicle (See:  License Plates)

Taste of Newnan; 770-253-8283
Main Street Newnan; 6 First Avenue; www.mainstreetnewnan.com
Taste of Newnan is held in downtown Newnan on the third Thursday in April and the first Thursday in October. 

Tax Assessor, Coweta County; 770-254-2680
Coweta County Administration; 22 East Broad Street

Tax Commissioner, Coweta County; 770-254-2670
Coweta County Administration; 22 East Broad Street

Temple Avenue Park Gazebo Reservations; 770-254-2354
Community Development; City Hall; 25 LaGrange Street

Temporary Signs; 770-254-2362
Code Enforcement; City Hall; 25 LaGrange Street 
Temporary signs such as yard sale signs or real estate signs must be freestanding and only one sign is allowed.  An unlimited number of political signs are allowed on private property but only during election time. 

Tent Inspection; 770-254-2358
City Manager; City Hall; 25 LaGrange Street
When a large tent is being erected for an event in the city, a tent inspection is required by the fire marshal. 

Theatre, Newnan Community; 770-683-6282
24 First Avenue; www.newnantheatre.com
For over 30 years, Newnan Community Theatre has provided audiences with a variety of interesting, educational, and entertaining productions.

Transportation, Georgia Department of; 706-845-4115
1107 Hogansville Road, LaGrange; www.dot.stata.ga.us
The Georgia Department of Transportation plans, constructs, maintains and improves the state’s roads and bridges, provides planning and financial support for other modes of transportation; develops transportation plans and strategic plans, etc. 

Traffic Tickets (Newnan) 770-254-2355

Trash; 770-474-9273
www.wasteindustries.com
Trash Collection besides bulk waste and yard debris in the city is handled by Waste Industries. Bulk Waste and Yard Debris is handled by the City although billing goes through Waste Industries.

Tree Donor Program; 770-254-2354
Beautification Department; City Hall; 25 LaGrange Street
The program allows citizens to purchase and donate trees in honor or in memory of a loved one.  Each planted tree will be accompanied by an engraved plaque and paper certificate recognizing the honoree.  

Tree, Fallen 
For trees blocking roadways due to storms, call 911 or the Beautification Department at 770-254-2354. 

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Unemployment; 770-254-7220
Georgia Department of Labor; 30 Bledsoe Road; www.dol.state.ga.us 

United States Government Information; 800-333-4636 (800-FED-INFO)
www.info.gov

University of West Georgia, Newnan Campus; 770-254-7280
80 Jackson Street; www.nc.westga.edu

United Way 678-623-2876; 61 Hosiptal Road 
 
Utilities
Along with Newnan Utilities, other private companies provide natural gas, electricity, and phone service to the city and county area.

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Vehicle Registration (See:  License Plates)

Victim Witness Assistance Program; 770-254-7350
District Attorney’s Office; Coweta County Justice Center; www.dacowetacircuit.org

Visitors' Center; 770-254-2629 located in the Historic Courthouse

Voter Registration; 770-254-2615
Coweta County Voter Registrar; Coweta County Administration; 22 East Broad Street 

Veterans; 770-251-6949
Coweta County Veterans Club; 130 Veterans Club Drive; www.cowetavets.org  

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Warrants; 770-254-2610
Coweta County Magistrate Court; Coweta County Justice Center; 72 Greenville Street 
Warrants are issued by the Magistrate Court and served mostly by the Coweta County Sheriff’s Office. 

Water Quality; 770-683-4926
Newnan Utilities; Waterworks Road; www.newnanutilities.org 
Newnan Utilities' water department has always upheld a strong commitment to providing the very best drinking water to customers and has made every effort to supply clean, safe, and reliable water.

Water Restrictions; 770-683-5516
Newnan Utilities; 70 Sewell Road; www.newnanutilities.org  
The state of Georgia requires the following watering restrictions as a state wide water conservation program:
Odd numbered addresses water on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays
Even numbered addresses water on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays.

Website – www.cityofnewnan.org
The official internet site for the City of Newnan contains news, documents, and information about City of Newnan departments, meeting, programs, etc. 

Welcome Center, Coweta County; 770-254-2629
100 Walt Sanders Memorial Drive; www.villagesofcoweta.org
The Coweta County Welcome Center offers visitor and newcomer information. 

West Central Technical College; 678-423-2000
160 Martin Luther King Jr. Drive; www.westcentral.org

Wills; 770-254-2640 
Probate Court; Coweta County Justice Center; 72 Greenville Street 


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XPress Bus System; 404-463-4782 
www.xpressga.com
The Georgia Regional Transportation Authority offers the XPress Bus System from Newnan to downtown Atlanta. 

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Yard Sales (See:  Garage Sales)

Yard Waste: click here

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Zoning; 770-254-2354
Planning and Zoning Department; City Hall; 25 LaGrange Street
The Zoning Ordinances detail categorical use zones, definitions, overlay districts, variance procedures, and other special standards.

 

Please note:  This guide is intended to be as comprehensive and as accurate as possible.  However, please consider there may be some unintentional omissions and some changes may have occurred without notice.