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THE CODE OF
THE CITY OF
JASPER, GEORGIA
Codified through
Ordinance of October 5, 2009.
(Supplement No. 1)

Hours
Monday-Friday
8:00AM - 5:00PM

The City of Jasper is closed on the following holidays:
New Years Day
Martin Luther King Jr Day
Memorial Day
Independence Day
Labor Day
Veterans Day
Thanksgiving Day
Friday after Thanksgiving
Christmas Eve
Christmas Day

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Welcome to Jasper, Georgia

The City of Jasper, the County seat of Pickens County Georgia, was founded in 1857. There were 3,684 residents at the 2010 census. Residents enjoy quality living and services including water and sewer.



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OnLine Water Payments
Pay Water Bill Online

OnLine Citation Payments
Pay Citations Online
OnLine Property Tax Payments
Pay Property Taxes Online
Persistent dry conditions have prompted the Georgia Environmental Protection Division (EPD) to declare a Level 1 Drought Response in 53 counties including Pickens.

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A Level 1 Drought Response requires that public water systems implement a public information campaign that shall include, at a minimum, public notice regarding drought conditions and drought-specific public service messages in one or more of the following ways: newspaper advertisements, bill inserts, website homepage, social media, and notices in public libraries.† Implementation of this campaign should begin within five days of receipt of this letter.

A Level 1 Drought Response public information campaign should:
  • Target all commercial and residential water use, not just outdoor watering; and
  • Emphasize what customers should do and what they may do to be good stewards of our water resources.† It should not focus on what they canít do.
  • Examples of things to emphasize that residents should do include the following:
    • Regularly check for, and repair, leaks inside and outside their home.
    • Donít leave the tap running. When shaving, brushing teeth, washing face, turn off the tap.
    • Only water your landscape when necessary and adjust sprinklers so only your lawn is watered and not the house, sidewalk or street.
  • For example, the following activities may be done at any time of day under a Drought Response Level 1:
    • Irrigation of personal food gardens may be done at any time of day;
    • Irrigation of new and replanted plant, seed, or turf may be done at any time of day for 30 days after installation;
    • Drip irrigation or irrigation using soaker hoses may be done at any time of day; and
    • Handwatering with a hose with automatic cutoff or handheld container may be done at any time of day.
  • General landscape watering may be done between 4pm and 10am each day.
More water conservation information is available at http://epd.georgia.gov/water-conservation



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Sponsors for JYSA Mayor's Golf Tournament

Jasper Youth Sports Association JYSADonate to the Red Cross


City of Jasper ~ 200 Burnt Mountain Road ~ Jasper, GA 30143           City Hall 706-692-9100