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Update: City Trash Pickup
Below are answers to frequently asked questions about the City of Quitman's Sanitation services. Container's should be out at the curb by 7:00 on the morning of your designated pickup day. After your container has been emptied, you will need to return the container to its preferred spot. Please do not over-fill your container. If the lid is unable to close properly, the contents may spill out in
Derrick Sloan - Employee of the Month - July 2022
City of Quitman Employee of the Month Derrick Sloan July 2022
Severe Weather Today 3-23-22
There is the potential for severe weather today, March 23, 2022. Please stay alert of the weather as you plan your day. If you see water over the roadway, turn around and do not attempt to travel through the water (turn around-don't drown). Know the difference between a Tornado Watch (weather is favorable for a tornado) and a Tornado Warning (a tornado has been spotted near you - take shelter
BCHS Art Work on Display at City Hall
Jessica Akins, Art Teacher at Brooks County High School, has placed a sampling of her student's talents on display at Quitman City Hall. The art work can be viewed during normal business hours Monday through Friday.
City Council approves Package Sale of Distilled Spirits
On March 10, 2022 the Quitman City Council amended/ approved Ordinance 606-21 for the Package Sale of Distilled Spirits for the City of Quitman. Those interested in obtaining a retail package store license shall complete and submit an application to be entered for a quota drawing to the City Clerk on forms designated by the Clerk. Quota Applications shall be accepted beginning 3/11/2022 and
City of Quitman Proclaims CTAE Month
City of Quitman Proclaims CTAE Month from Brooks County High School Career, Technical and Agricultural Education (CTAE) is a student centered program that fosters career inspiration in PreK, career awareness in elementary school, career visualization in middle school, and career preparation in high school as vital components of one’s educational career. Brooks County School’s CTAE program
Governor Kemp announces over $13 million to provide broadband access to nearly 4,000 Brooks County households.
For Immediate Release Tuesday, February 1, 2022 Gov. Kemp Announces Almost $408 Million in Awards to Provide Broadband Access Atlanta, GA – Governor Brian P. Kemp, joined by members of the Broadband Infrastructure Committee and state leaders, today announced almost $408 million in preliminary awards which will provide communities, households, and businesses in 70 Georgia counties access to faster
Hammer Brought: Brooks County runs away from Irwin County, 56-28, wins GHSA 1A Public Title
By Ryan Kelly and Dominic Miranda Published: Dec. 10, 2021 at 1:08 AM EST|Updated: 8 hours ago ATLANTA, Ga. (WCTV) - Omari Arnold carried what seemed like the whole of Quitman, Georgia on his back, scoring five touchdowns en route to a 56-28 victory for the Brooks County Trojans over the Irwin County Indians at Center Parc Stadium to claim the GHSA 1A Public State Championship, Brooks’ first
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