Frequently Asked Questions
- How is Government Funded?
- Where do my Tax Dollars Go?
- Who are the County Commissioners?
- Where can I find Contact Information?
- Where do I find regulations and codes?
- When does the Board of Commissioners Meet?
- Where does the Board of Commissers meet?
- Can I attand the meetings?
How is Government Funded?Top
Governments of all levels have always been funded by its citizens. This principal has held true since the formation of the very first
government, thousands of years ago. Unlike income-producing businesses that can become self-sufficient, governments are service based and
have to charge for those services in order to continue to provide them to it's citizens. Governments are funded by the citizens by way of
tax levies, fines, fees, tariffs, duties, etc.
Where do my Tax Dollars Go?Top
Your tax dollars work for you more than any other expense you may have. Your local tax dollars provide roads and transportation services,
police and fire protection, 911 and emergency management, recreation and community development, education of children, assistance for the
underprivileged, local government infrastructure maintenance, courts and judges, correctional centers, storage and maintenance of public
records and legal documents, electronic access to your government and much more.
Who are the County Commissioners?Top
You can find this information on the Adminstration page of this
Where can I find Contact Information?Top
You can click here for a list of county offices and officials.
Where do I find regulations and codes?Top
The Official County Code may be accessed through the Municode website
When does the Board of Commissioners Meet?
The Board of Comissioners have meetings scheduled for the second Monday of each month. They do, however, have special-called meetings that are scheduled as needed. The agendas are posted on the home page of the Whitfield County Website.
Where does the Board of Commissers meet?
The Board of Commissioners meet in the Commission Meeting Room in Administration Building #2
Can I attand the meetings?Top
All meetings are open to the public. Executive Sessions are not open to the public. Executive Sessions are held for the following issues:
- Land Acquisition
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