Covid-19 Vaccinations
Covid-19 Vaccinations are run by the state, thus Peachtree City does not have control of vaccinations. If you are interested in the Covid-19 Vaccination or would like more information on how or where to get one. Please click the button below.
Peachtree City’s Annual Senior Homestead Exemption Registration is Underway

Forms for qualifying senior citizens to register for the 2021 Peachtree City Senior Homestead Exemption will be available at City Hall beginning Monday, January 4. Peachtree City residents must register each year for the exemption.

Qualifying PTC homeowners must be age 65 by January 1 of 2020 and must already have applied for the standard Homestead Exemption through the Fayette County Tax Commissioners Office. The household income, which must be less than $30,000, will be calculated on the Federal Adjusted Gross Income of the applicant and spouse. The exemption is a flat rate of $5,000 per home, which would amount to about $34 savings in City property taxes under the city’s current millage rate. Qualifying seniors should bring proof of age and income (a copy of their 2020 tax returns) to City Hall, 151 Willowbend Road, in Peachtree City to file for the exemption.

The deadline to file for 2020 is 5:00 PM on Friday, February 26. Because people may not have their taxes ready at that time, the City will continue to accept proof of income until Friday, April 09, 2021 (but only from those who filed their form by February 26). Residents with questions may contact City Hall at 770-487-7657 or email  
A Friendly Reminder on Carbon Monoxide
The schedule for January 2021 Fayette Senior Services Programs is now posted on the blog!
Head on over to check out classes like: Sets to Success, Not So Healthy Foods and more!

Please note the Kedron Fieldhouse Hours for Martin Luther King Jr. holiday on Monday, January 18th.

Little Things That Can Enhance Water Quality
Stormwater runoff containing excessive amounts of pesticides, herbicides and fertilizers are a significant threat to water quality. There are several things one can do to protect the water quality in our lakes and streams;
·        Limit the use of pesticides, herbicides and fertilizers.
·        Do not apply pesticides, herbicides and fertilizers if heavy rain is predicted.
·        Rather than broadcasting herbicides, spot treat only those areas that contain weeds.
·        Maintain a small lawn and keep the rest of your property or yard in a natural state with trees and other native vegetation that require little or no fertilizer.
·        Make sure to properly dispose any unused portions. Do not dump pesticides, herbicides and fertilizers down a storm drain.