Weekly Update: December 5, 2022

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Hometown Holiday brings joy to Drake Field

A simple countdown and the flip of a switch kicked off the holiday season in Peachtree City.

Family and friends flocked to Drake Field for Hometown Holiday, December 3rd. Santa's sleigh, festive music, cookie decorating and so much more greeted people as they walked through an illuminated archway.

Santa, escorted by our Fire Department, made his grand debut promptly at 7PM. He is a busy man during this time of year, after all. Santa and Mayor Learnard lit the tree to oohs and ahhs all around.

If you missed the tree lighting, don't worry. You can still come down to Drake Field and take a selfie with it for a new holiday memory.

Drop off a toy at the library

Election Day is December 6th. Make a plan to vote.

The runoff election for US Senate and the vacant post 3 Peachtree City City Council seat is tomorrow, Tuesday, December 6th.

Polls are open from 7AM to 7PM.

The U.S. Senate runoff and the Peachtree City special election runoff are being conducted separately. Peachtree City voters will use separate ballots and voting machines at every polling location. Residents wishing to cast ballots in both elections must notify poll workers of their intentions when arriving at their precinct.

Any Peachtree City voter who experiences issues at the polls may contact the Fayette County elections office at 770.305.5408. Provisional ballots are available for those who may feel that their information is not accurately reflected on the voter rolls.

More details about the election, including sample ballots, can be found by visiting: https://fayettecountyga.gov/elections/

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CERT training registration now open

Registration for the next round of Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) training is now open.

CERT training, sponsored by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), prepares people to help themselves, their family and neighbors in the immediate aftermath of a disaster.

There have been 32 CERT classes so far. Will you join the 33rd?

Visit https://cert-peachtreecity.com/ to learn more about CERT and to sign up.

City Hall, Recreation Buildings & Library partially closed December 9th

City Hall and Recreation Buildings will be closed December 9, 2022, from 12PM to 2PM for a staff meeting. The library will also be closed the entire day for staff meetings and training.

Library Holiday Hours

Upcoming pool closures at Kedron Fieldhouse

Swim meets for high school teams started Friday, October 28. Check to schedule to see upcoming pool closures at Kedron Fieldhouse.


Learn Peachtree City history & support the library

Peachtree City Magazine released a special edition that tells the tale of how this town got its start.

If learning about the history of Peachtree City is your thing, pick up a copy at library's circulation desk. The magazine costs $8 and all proceeds benefit Friends of Peachtree City Library.

Visit https://peachtree-city.org/1214/Friends-of-the-Library to learn more about the organization and how you can get involved.

Peachtree City Meetings

Planning Commission Meeting

December 12, 2022 at 6:30 pm.

City Hall Council Chambers

151 Willowbend Road

Council Meeting

December 15, 2022, at 6:30 pm

City Hall Council Chambers

151 Willowbend Road

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Fayette Senior Services Programs – December 2022 Guide

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