Weekly Update: August 31, 2020
Parade Cancelled
Just a reminder that the September 5th Parade has been cancelled. However the Fireworks Celebration is still going to be held on September 5th at 8:30pm. Bring your family and enjoy the fun! Remember social distancing is still in place and masks are highly recommended.
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Do you want more common areas, restaurants, cart paths or would you like to keep things the way they are?

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New Classes at FSS
New classes have been added to the Fayette Senior Services Program for the month of September!
Click the button below to get the schedule
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FREE COVID-19 Testing
Fayette Health Department is offering free Covid-19 testing!
Drive through Only!
8:00 am- 1:00pm
Every Tuesday
8:00 am - 1:00 pm
Every Friday
Pre-registration is strong;y recommended!
Shakerag Festival
The Shakerag Festival takes place for the 43rd year in Peachtree City on the third weekend in September! Join PTC Recreation and Special Events for a weekend of arts and crafts vendors, food vendors, and music!
The 2020 event is still scheduled to take place as planned. Precautions including: social distancing, one way routes, face covering use, and extra sanitizing measures will be in place.
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 car wash. 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.”
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