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We Are Fannin County Georgia

Blue Ridge, Epworth, Mineral Bluff, McCaysville, Coopers Creek, Morganton, Dial & more . . .

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June 3, 2024 – Monday
2:00 PM
Board of Voter Registration & Elections
at Fannin County Courthouse
400 West Main Street, Suite 301
Blue Ridge, GA 30513
June 11, 2024 – Tuesday
5:30 PM
Board of Commissioners Regular Meeting
at Jury Assembly Room – 3rd Floor
400 W Main Street
Blue Ridge, GA 30513
June 25, 2024 – Tuesday
5:30 PM
Board of Commissioners Regular Meeting
at Jury Assembly Room – 3rd Floor
400 W Main Street
Blue Ridge, GA 30513
July 1, 2024 – Monday
2:00 PM
Board of Voter Registration & Elections
at Fannin County Courthouse
400 West Main Street, Suite 301
Blue Ridge, GA 30513
July 9, 2024 – Tuesday
5:30 PM
Board of Commissioners Regular Meeting
at Jury Assembly Room – 3rd Floor
400 W Main Street
Blue Ridge, GA 30513
July 23, 2024 – Tuesday
5:30 PM
Board of Commissioners Regular Meeting
at Jury Assembly Room – 3rd Floor
400 W Main Street
Blue Ridge, GA 30513
August 5, 2024 – Monday
2:00 PM
Board of Voter Registration & Elections
at Fannin County Courthouse
400 West Main Street, Suite 301
Blue Ridge, GA 30513
August 13, 2024 – Tuesday
5:30 PM
Board of Commissioners Regular Meeting
at Jury Assembly Room – 3rd Floor
400 W Main Street
Blue Ridge, GA 30513
August 27, 2024 – Tuesday
5:30 PM
Board of Commissioners Regular Meeting
at Jury Assembly Room – 3rd Floor
400 W Main Street
Blue Ridge, GA 30513
September 2, 2024 – Monday
2:00 PM
Board of Voter Registration & Elections
at Fannin County Courthouse
400 West Main Street, Suite 301
Blue Ridge, GA 30513
Photo of Fannin County Courthouse in Blue Ridge, Georgia.

Accounts Payable / County Clerk
706-632-2203 ext. 1

Alarm Ordinance
(visit page)
706-258-5171

Animal Control – Adopt a Pet
(visit page)
706-632-3845

Board of Commissioners
(visit page)
706-632-2203 ext. 1

Board of Elections
(visit page)
706-632-7740

Building Department
(visit page)
706-632-8361

Fire & Rescue and EMA
(visit page)
706-632-4711
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Human Resources & Payroll Clerk
Email Jessie Hall

Land Development
(visit page)
706-258-5170

Lodging Tax
706-258-5171
(visit page)

Public Works
(visit page to report a road issue)
706-632-5481

Tax Commissioner
(visit page)
706-632-2645

Tax Assessor
(visit official website)
706-632-5954

Water Authority
(visit page)
706-258-5160

2024 Holiday Schedule
  • Monday, January 1 New Year’s Day
  • Monday, January 15 Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
  • Friday, March 29 State Holiday
  • Monday, April 22 Confederate Memorial Day
  • Monday, May 27 Memorial Day
  • Wednesday, June 19 Juneteenth
  • Thursday, July 4 Independence Day
  • Monday, September 2 Labor Day
  • Monday, October 14 Columbus Day
  • Friday, November 11 Veterans Day
  • Thursday, November 28 Thanksgiving Day
  • Friday, November 29 State Holiday (Black Friday)
  • Tuesday, December 24 Washington’s Birthday (observed on 12/24)
  • Wednesday, December 25 Christmas Holiday

Report a Fannin County Road Issue or Hazard

O.C.G.A. 32-1-8 Construction and Maintenance of Private Roads
It shall be unlawful for any official, officer, or employee of the department, the state road and tollway authority, the Georgia Highway Authority, or any similar authority or any county or municipality to authorize the construction or maintenance of any private road.

Each cabin owner who rents a cabin in Fannin County must fill out and notarize the Lodging Provider Registration Form for Accommodations Excise Tax Certificate and mail it with the administrative fee of $250.00 (unless they already have a Lodging Certificate).

For owners with multiple cabins, only one form needs to be filled out and only one Administrative Fee is required. These forms are due by the end of August each year. If you have questions regarding this form or the fee, email Maria Bowers or call the Fannin County Board of Commissioners at 706-258-5171.

Administrative Fee: $250.00
Make Checks Payable to:
Fannin County Board of Commissioners

Send Payment & Registration to:
Fannin County Lodging Division
400 West Main Street, Suite 100
Blue Ridge, GA 30513

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The Municode portal is being updated and should be online before or around July 1, 2024.

To help our citizens, we occasionally post links to important ordinances that are proposed, new, or revised. Click the links to review these ordinances.

Open Bids & Request for Proposals (RFP)

Request for Proposal (RFP) Resurfacing Old Highway 76

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Proposal Packages Due: May 28, 2024 at 1:00 pm EST

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Request for Proposal (RFP) Qualifications for CM at Risk Services for a New Library Facility
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Proposal Packages Due: June 25, 2024 at 2:00 pm EST

Federally-Issued User: #RKIR4506

Date of Authorization: January 2009

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Fannin County Government is a registered participant in the federal work authorization program commonly known as E-Verify, and uses such program to verify employment eligibility of all employees hired on or after July 1, 2007.

The E-Verify Program is an internet based system that allows entities to determine the eligibility of their employees to work in the United States.

Senate Bill 529, the “Georgia Security and Immigration Compliance Act” of 2006, established a new work eligibility verification requirements for Fannin County and its contractors and subcontractors, effective July 1, 2007. The Act further prohibited the provision of certain services or benefits to any adult without a verification of their immigration status. Additionally, GSCIA required the County to make a reasonable effort to verify the immigration status of any foreign national charged with and jailed for a felony or DUI.

House Bill 2 requires counties to register and participate in the federal work authorization program for all new employees and requires that in order for all bids for services to be considered, that the bid shall include a signed, notarized affidavit from contractor and any subcontractors. It also requires counties to report via the Systematic Aliens Verification of Entitlement (SAVE) program for non-US citizens who apply for a public benefit defined under the law.

The law further requires the County to identify and provide a list of benefits provided via the Public Benefit Reporting System (PBRS) of the Georgia Department of Community Affairs.