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SEPTEMBER 12-16 IS LIFELINE AWARENESS WEEK!

September 12-16 is Lifeline Awareness Week.   Does someone you know need help staying connected? No one should be without voice or broadband service. Help your network stay in contact with emergency services, community resources, and friends and family by passing along information on federal Lifeline program. For more info visit www.lifelinesupport.org.

LIFELINE AWARENESS WEEK IS SEPTEMBER 12-16, 2022!

The City of Barnesville is pleased to support #LifelineAwarenessWeek September 12-16, 2022. Please pass along information on #phone & #broadband assistance to anyone who may need help. https://fcc.gov/lifeline-consumers #NLAWfcc.gov

SECTION OF 5TH STREET SE TO BE CLOSED ON THURSDAY!

ROAD CLOSURE: 5th Street SE, from 3rd Avenue SE to 4th Avenue SE will be closed from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm on Thursday, September 1. The Barnesville Water Department will be replacing a fire hydrant. We apologize for any inconvenience this closure may cause.

ROAD CLOSURE ON TUESDAY, AUGUST 30

ROAD CLOSURE! 4th Avenue NW between Front Street and 2nd Street NW will be closed all day on TUESDAY, August 30 to allow Barnesville Water Department staff to replace a valve. We apologize for any inconvenience.

CITY TO GROUND SPRAY FOR MOSQUITOES ON WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 31

Barnesville Public Works crews will be ground spraying for mosquitoes on Wednesday, August 31 between 4-8 am, weather dependent.  The spray is safe for use around humans and animals, but you may want to go in your home when you see the truck coming down the street!  The city continues to spray for mosquitoes on … Read More

AERIAL MOSQUITO SPRAYING PLANNED FOR WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 24

An AERIAL mosquito control application is scheduled for: Wednesday, August 24, between 7-11 PM, weather permitting. Should the spray be rescheduled, it would then take place the following evening.   These applications have been approved by the FAA and the appropriate state departments. Specially-trained and licensed pilots are assisting in the control of mosquitoes in … Read More