Join us for the Summer Reading Program Kickoff Bike Rodeo at the Barnesville Library Parking Lot, located at 104 Front Street North, Tuesday May 29th at 6:30 p.m. Just bring your bike to the Barnesville Library and the Barnesville Police Department’s officers will direct you through an obstacle course, teach bike safety and then license … Read More
CITY HALL On Monday May 28th City Hall will be CLOSED for the observance of Memorial Day.
The City of Barnesville is conducting a survey of our residents to better understand how citizens feel about the community and city services. The survey should only take about two minutes. We value your opinion, please take time to participate in our survey. http://www.zoomerang.com/Survey/WEB22FTS3XFUA8
The 2012 Memorial Day Parade will be Monday May 28th at 10 a.m. The parade consists of 18 floats following a route starting at the Elementary School to the ClayCo Care Center then west to Front Street to City Hall and turns left to conclude at McGrath Park. Ninth District American Legion Commander Walter Folendorf … Read More
The Memorial Day specials are; Svedka Vodka 1.75- $20.99 Miller Lite 24pk- $19.99 Bud & Bud Light 24pk- $19.99 Coors Light 24pk- $19.99 Mic Golden Light 24pk- $19.99 Keystone Light 30pk- $17.49 Busch Light 30pk- $18.49 Grain Belt Nordest 12pk- $12.99 These Specials are good May 24-26! Stock up now we are NOT open on … Read More
The City Council recently approved a $500 Utility Incentive for the purchase of an existing home within the Barnesville city limits. The offer is valid for purchase agreements signed between May 15 and November 1, 2012. Call the EDA office at 354-2145 for all the details!
With the summer storm season quickly upon us, take a minute TODAY to sign-up for CodeRED Weather Warning. It’s free, only takes a minute, and you’ll rest easy knowing that you will receive a phone call just moments after a warning has been issued by the National Weather Service. To sign-up, just click here!
The Barnesville EDA will be sponsoring the Areawide Real Estate Open House this Sunday, May 20 from 1-4 pm. Whether you’re in the market for a starter home or looking to move-up to a bigger home, you’re certain to find your dream home at Sunday’s event. Check out the Areawide Open House flyer and don’t forget about … Read More
Barnesville Public Works is looking for individuals to work 40 hours a week through the summer. Responsibilities will be mowing and other public works duties. This would be a perfect summer job for students. Interested? Pick up an application at City Hall or call Terry at (701) 219-5791 for more info.
The Barnesville City Council will hold their 5-14-12 Regular Council meeting this coming Monday, May 14 starting at 7 pm in the City Council Chambers.