Remerton City of Ethics

Welcome to Remerton, Georgia!

Remerton is a city within a city that is completely land locked by the City of Valdosta. The Strickland Cotton Mill brought about the formation of Remerton in 1899.   In 1951, the Strickland Mill and village became the incorporated City of Remerton. 

Remerton is a small but vibrant city! Thank you for visiting our website and for your interest in our city.  We invite you to learn more about Remerton and consider making us your home.

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NEW UPDATE:  You may now pay your water bill ONLINE.  Please visit the following website:


Upcoming Meetings:

Council Work Session

Monday, November 3, 2014      5:30 pm

Council Chambers

AGENDA

Annual Stormwater Stakeholders and Education Meeting 

November 12, 2014 at 2:00 pm

Stream Cleanup November 11, 2014 at 2:00 pm


*****PLEASE READ the latest updates (July 30, 2013) on our water system improvements here.

Attention Customers!  We are pleased to announce that Remerton is now accepting Discover Credit Cards!

 

Please remember to have your payment of Cash, Check, Visa, Mastercard or Discover made at City Hall no later than the 15th of each month to avoid late penalties.  All accounts not paid per the Disconnect date listed on your monthly bill are subject to disconnect for non-payment.  City Hall will not hold payments or accept postdated checks at any time.  Extensions may be requested at least 48 hours before the disconnect date, but extensions are not guaranteed.   

 

All Customers requesting same day service for New Accounts, Reconnects or Closing Accounts must be made no later than 2PM Monday through Friday.  All requests made after this time will be serviced on the following business day. 

 

Please contact City Hall at (229)247-2320 x 21 with any questions regarding payments.

 

2013 ANNUAL CONSUMER CONFIDENCE REPORT ON DRINKING WATER QUALITY

2012 ANNUAL CONSUMER CONFIDENCE REPORT ON DRINKING WATER QUALITY

2012 REMERTON CCR WATER QUALITY REPORT

2011 ANNUAL CONSUMER CONFIDENCE REPORT ON DRINKING WATER QUALITY

2010 ANNUAL CONSUMER CONFIDENCE REPORT ON DRINKING WATER QUALITY

 

Be a Part of the Stormwater Solution

What is the problem? 

Every time it rains, gallons and gallons of polluted runoff flow into our creeks, streams, rivers and ponds.  Polluted runoff may include motor oil, yard clippings, pesticides, soil, fertilizers, trash, and litter.  The pollutants come from yards, driveways, gutters, and are sometimes dumped directly into storm drains by neighbors who do not know that storm drains are NOT connected to the waste water treatment systems.  Everything that goes down a storm drain eventually ends up in one of our waterways. These pollutants degrade the water quality and are harmful to us and the enviroment.

How can I help?

Use fertilizers and pesticides as directed.

Keep grass clippings, trash, and dirt off the streets and out of the gutter.

Compost your yard waste.

Park your car on the grass before washing.

Spread the word about protecting our waters from polluted runoff to friends and neighbors.

Please pick up after your pet.

Do not blow, sweep, hose, or rake leaves into the street, gutter, or storm drain.

Questions about stormwater runoff or storm drain markers?

Contact the City of Remerton Stormwater Management at 229-247-2320.

 

Public Notification Regarding Water System, July 28, 2010

Click Here to read a special message from the Remerton Police Department.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Please remember to roll trash carts back from the road by 12:00 pm the day after each trash pickup. There is a $5.00 penalty per occurrence.

City of Remerton

1757 Poplar Street

Remerton, GA  31601

229-247-2320