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2013 Fort O Council Election: Info & Interviews
Ft. O Police Department Pics
Ft. O Citizens Police Academy
Ft. O Fire & Rescue Photos
Register to vote in Ft. O -- pick up form at city clerk's office at City Hall. 706-866-2544 ext. 1300
Register to vote in Catoosa County: 706-935-3990. More info on web.
Register to vote in Walker County
Ft. O City Council meets 2nd & 4th Mondays of each month at City Hall, 6:30 PM. Contact: 706-866-2544
Ft. O Downtown Development Authority meets 3rd Monday of each month at City Hall, 6 PM. Contact: 706-866-2544
Ft. O Historic Preservation Commission meets 3rd Tuesday of each month at City Hall, 6:30 PM. Contact: 706-866-2544
Ft. O Planning & Zoning meets 1st Monday of each month at City Hall, 6:30 PM. Contact: 706-866-2544
Ft. O Recreation Commission meets 1st Monday of each month at City Hall, 7 PM. Contact: 706-866-2544
Ft. O Alcoholic Beverage Commission meets 3rd Thursday of each month at City Hall, 6:30 PM. Contact: 706-866-2544
Catoosa County Government Meetings listed here.
See Ft. O stats+ on CityTownInfo.com
Emergencies: Call 911
Ft. Oglethorpe Police: 706-866-2512
Ft. Oglethorpe Fire: 706-861-4194
Catoosa County Sheriff: 706-935-2323
Catoosa County Fire: 706-935-2001
Walker County Sheriff: 706-638-1909
Ft. Oglethorpe Government
Catoosa County Government
Catoosa County Sheriff
Catoosa list of contact numbers for almost everything you need to do in the county that involves the government: marriage, traffic, roads, guns, voting, animal control, Transaid, building, permits, zoning, taxes, car tags, and more.
Catoosa County Library
Walker County Tax Commissioner. List of helpful Walker County links.
Walker County Sheriff's Department. List of helpful links.
Walker County Libraries. Lafayette, Chickamauga, Rossville.
Georgia Department of Driver Services
United States Government
The Declaration of Independence
Constitution of the United States
Bill of Rights & Additional Amendments
Georgia Constitution (opens in pdf file)
KEEPING AN EYE ON GOVERNMENT
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Citizens Against Government Waste
Learn Liberty: Videos that teach about living free
Project Vote Smart: See how your representatives are voting on issues