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SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT PLAN FOR WHITE COUNTY AND THE CITIES OF CLEVELAND AND HELEN
White County and the Cities of Cleveland and Helen, Georgia,
are completing the process to comply with the 1990 State of Georgia Comprehensive Solid Waste Management
Act through the development and transmittal of a joint ten (10) year Solid Waste Management Plan update, as required.
A Public Hearing will be held during the
Board of Commissioners Meeting on Monday, February 1, 2016 at 4:30 P.M. in the Board Room of the White County Administration Building located at 1235 Helen Hwy Cleveland, GA.
The purpose of the hearing is to present the plan for public comment and to transmit it for review to the Georgia Department of Community Affairs.
Interested citizens are encouraged to attend and provide comments.
A copy of the plan is available for review as a pdf linked below or in the Office of the Planning Director located at 1241 Helen Hwy Suite 220 Cleveland, GA.
WHITE COUNTY SW Comp Plan 2015 Draft
FY 2016 Budget presentation
FY 2016 Approved Budget
WC Multijurisdictional Hazard Mitigation2014 WEB Draft
Animal Control Ordinance As Adopted March 30, 2015.
This Ordinance Will Replace Chapter 10 of the Official Code of White County
Georgia in its entirety.
Any questions regarding this ordinance should be directed to Chief Animal
Control Officer Pat Cooper at 706-219-2689
Shanda L. Murphy
County Clerk / Director of Human Resources
White County Board of Commissioners
1235 Helen Hwy.
Cleveland, GA 30528
(P) 706-865-2235 (F) 706-865-1324
To better serve our community, many County Offices have moved to new
locations. We apologize for any interruption. Below is a map of county
offices and a phone directory should you have any questions.
White County Zoning Adopted 04-01-2015
LAND USE REGULATION FINAL 04-01-2015
For Questions or additional information about land use please contact
Tom O’Bryant, Director
White County Community and Economic Development
1241 Helen Highway, Suite 220
Cleveland, Georgia 30528
the 123rd of the 159 counties formed in Georgia, was created in 1857
from a part of the original landlot county of Habersham. The county
was named for Newton County Representative David T. White, who
helped a Habersham representative successfully attain passage of
an act creating the new county.