Weekly Update: August 17, 2020
Sunset Sounds
August 22

Come join us at Drake Field to enjoy local food, craft beer from Line Creek Brewery and live music by FLUX!

Bring your own chairs or blankets to sit on, and head out rain or shine!
This is a 21 and up ticketed event in order to limit attendance and to allow for social distancing. Face masks encourage.
Your Opinion Matters!
Have you taken the LCI Survey Yet? Help us create the future of Peachtree City by taking LCI the survey and sharing your vision of PTC! It doesn't take long, and there are lots of visuals to help you see what Peachtree City could look like.
Have you taken the 2020 Census?
 A census is taken every 10 years so its important that you participate.
Well, the census responses help direct billions of dollars in federal funds to local communities for healthcare, emergency and disaster response, education, infrastructure and more.
Job Postings
Peachtree City has two new volunteer job positions available.

Convention & Visitors Bureau -Board Position
Planning Commission

This is a great way to get involved with your community! Click the button below for job descriptions and applications.
Water Quality/ Storm water Tip:
Car Washing
When you wash your car in your driveway or on the street, pollutants in the wash water such as detergents, oil, gas, road grime and heavy metals make their way into the storm drainage system. The wash water and pollutants are then carried by the storm drainage system and discharged directly into our waterways. These pollutants are toxic to fish and other aquatic life.
The following practices can help protect and enhance the water quality of our creeks and lakes:
·        Take your car to a commercial carwash. Most commercial car wash facilities recycle the wash water or are connected to the sanitary sewer system that will treat the used wash water.
·        Wash your car on a grass or gravel surface to allow the runoff to infiltrate
·        Consider using environmentally-friendly products labeled “non-toxic”, “phosphate free” and “biodegradable.”
Reminder: Keep Peachtree City Beautiful
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