PUBLIC NOTICES

Public Notices may be added, updated, or removed without notice. Contact the County Clerk's office for more information. Moratoriums can be found here.

County Offices Closed for Memorial Day

The offices of the Lee County Board of Commissioners will be closed Monday, May 27, 2024 in observance of Memorial Day. County offices will reopen Tuesday, May 28, 2024 for regular business hours. Residential garbage services will be delayed one day for the rest of the week.

Computation and Canvassing

Pursuant to O.C.G.A. 21-2-492 notice is hereby given that the computation and canvassing of the returns of votes cast in the May 21, 2024 Primary/Nonpartisan Election will take place in the Elections and Registration Office located at 100 Starksville Avenue North, Suite B, in Leesburg, Georgia. Computation and canvassing will begin Wednesday, May 22, 2024 at 9:00 am. The Board of Elections and Registration will meet to certify the returns on May 24, 2024 at 5:30 pm.

FY 2024-2025 Budget Public Hearing

The Lee County Board of Commissioners will hold a Public Hearing regarding the proposed FY 2024-2025 budget on Tuesday, June 11, 2024 at 6:00 pm in the Opal Cannon Auditorium of the T. Page Tharp Governmental Building, located at 102 Starksville Avenue North in Leesburg, Georgia. This Public Hearing is open to the public and the public is encouraged to attend.

The Lee County Board of Commissioners will adopt the FY 2024-2025 proposed budget June 25, 2024 at 6:00 pm. The meeting will be held in the Opal Cannon auditorium of the T. Page Tharp Governmental Building, located at 102 Starksville Avenue North in Leesburg, Georgia. The public is encouraged to attend and observe this meeting.

A copy of the proposed budget for the Lee County Board of Commissioners for FY 2024-2025 is available for review at the County Clerk’s Office at the T. Page Tharp Governmental Building located at 102 Starksville Avenue North in Leesburg, Georgia and here on the Lee County website. Copies are also available for public review at all Lee County libraries: the Leesburg Library located at 245 Walnut Avenue South, the Oakland Library located at 445 Oakland Parkway West, the Redbone Library located at 104 Thundering Springs Road, and the Smithville Library located at 116 Main Street, during normal operating hours.

May 21, 2024 General Primary & Nonpartisian Election Results

Lee County General Primary & Nonpartisan Election Results
Statewide General Primary & Nonpartisian Election Results

May 21, 2024 General Primary & Nonpartisian Daily Ballot Counts

Lee County Daily Ballot Counts (Updated daily before 10:00 am)

DARTS 2050 MTP Update Survey

The Dougherty Area Regional Transportation Study (DARTS) Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) is updating its Metropolitan Transportation Plan (MTP) to reflect transportation infrastructure and policy needs through horizon year 2050. The MTP will include short and long term strategies and actions for the development of an integrated transportation system to facilitate the movement of people and goods. The DARTS study area includes the City of Albany, Dougherty County, Leesburg. and the southern part of Lee County. Please take a few minutes to complete the following survey about DARTS area transportation needs and opportunities!

DARTS 2050 MTP Update Survey

Kinetic Fiber Provided by Windstream

Kinetic by Windstream fiber construction is planned to start in January 2024. Contact Kinetic to pre-register by calling (229) 985-8000, scaning the QR Code in the PDF below, or by filling out the Kinetic Fiber Contact Form. Windstream Kinetic Fiber internet will provide more bandwidth for today’s connected home, smoother streaming, faster uploads and downloads, and more speed and reliability.

View the Windstream Kinetic Fiber Internet Flyer

GDOT Liberty Expressway Press Release

The speed limit will drop and outside shoulders will close on a portion of US 82/State Route (SR) 520/Liberty Expressway as a contractor prepares to begin construction to extend Westover Boulevard into Lee County.

The speed limit will be set at 45 miles per hour on the bypass from Nottingham Way to the flyover in the area where Ledo Road connects with Dawson Road. The right/outside shoulders also will close.

Drivers can expect to see trucks entering and exiting travel lanes. When complete, construction will provide motorists another way to reach Ledo Road, which should relieve congestion on Nottingham Way. Construction includes Albany's first roundabout near the commercial area of Albany Mall and two new bridges on US 82/state Route (SR) 520/Liberty Expressway. The project is expected to take two years to complete.

View the GDOT Press Release

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