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Mayor And City Council

The City Council meets the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of every month. Work Sessions begin at 5:30 pm on 2nd Tuesday and 6:30 pm on 4th Tuesday. Regular Council Meetings begin at 7:30 pm

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Email The Mayor

Do you have a question or concern you want the mayor himself to answer? Mayor Burke welcomes you to email him about anything and everything Morrow!

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ULI Report

Read the City of Morrow Technical Assistance Program final report and Executive Summary.

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Livable Centers Study

Read about our livable centers initiative study - a mixed use study.

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Morrow Market Study

Newmark Grubb Knight Frank's Municipal Advisory Group provided the Morrow Market Study Executive Summary and Final Presentation Document available to all interested residents and business owners.

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City Zoning Options/Audit

ARC's zoning recommendations built off the City's comprehensive plan, multiple LCI studies, and a ULI TAP report.

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Southlake Mall offers ample parking, a large variety of boutiques, two flagship stores, and a range of dining options.

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Host your next event at The Morrow Center, Georgia's newest conference venue. Built to the Intl. Association of Conference Center’s standards.

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Whether a resident or a visitor, take advantage of a healthy walk, run or bike ride along Morrow's 1.5 miles of Pathway trails!

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Morrow is a University Town! We are home to Clayton State University, a campus of over 7000 students and home of the Women's Basketball NCAA Division II National Champions!

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The Morrow Business & Tourism Association promotes economic, commerce and tourism development and participates in special events and conventions.

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Spivey Hall is an Internationally renowned and beautiful 400 seat performing arts venue. Hear concerts recorded for National Public Radio.

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National and State Archives - research how history has shaped our daily lives at the unique State of Georgia Archives as well as the Southeast's National Archives at Atlanta.

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Just a short drive from Downtown Atlanta, University Station is thoughtfully designed, live-work-play community featuring over 165,000 SF of retail, hotel, office, civic and residential offerings.

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Draft for Tri-Cities Urban Redevelopment Plan Read PDF
Morrow East Neighborhood Watch Meeting - March 2, 2015 - 6:30 p.m. - City Hall Community Room. Representative Valencia Stovall will speak. Hope to see you there!
Mayor and Council Announce City Manager Finalists Read PDF
Qualifying Fee, Candidacy Qualifying, and General Election Dates Notice Read PDF
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Community Chat Meeting - March 13, 2015 - 6 pm. - Location TBA. - Save the date!
City of Morrow Financial Audit Report Discussed at Council Meeting 02/11/2015, Read PDF
Fire Cert. Program Registration Packet Read PDF
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Want Public Safety Alerts? Here how to sign up. Read PDF
Rules for open burning. Read PDF
Fire ISO Rating Improves December 1, 2014 Read PDF
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Community News

The latest news on City of Morrow residents and businesses, and view current/past City of Morrow Newsletters.

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Residential Recycling
The Morrow Residential Recycling program now allows all of us to do our part to limit waste in landfills and positively affect our environment! Please Recycle! More Info
Equal Opportunity Notice

"The City of Morrow conducts all community services, business transactions and applications for public benefits without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, marital or veteran status, presence of medical condition or disability, or any other legal protected status. To report concerns, please contact the City Manager at 770-961-4002."

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