The city of Kennesaw has unveiled eight decorative manhole covers created and designed by students enrolled in the Kennesaw State University Master Craftsman Program. The covers are located at City Hall Plaza, which is behind Kennesaw City Hall at 2529 J.O. Stephenson Avenue.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution | Posted: Mar. 21, 2019
Royal American Development requested the combination of five parcels into one parcel for properties along Sardis and Main Street for the approximately 5 acres in the Central Business District (CBD) zone.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution | Posted: Mar. 12, 2019
Owned by the city of Kennesaw, Smith-Gilbert Gardens, 2382 Pine Mountain Road, is a 16-acre botanical garden with more than 3,000 species of plants.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution | Posted: Feb. 21, 2019
Because of Macon’s new skate park, more competitions such as 2017’s Mactown Smackdown, which brought in skateboards from as far away as Pennsylvania, will be taking place in Central City Park, Kennedy said.
Source: Macon Telegraph | Posted: Feb. 18, 2019
The bill would expand the park by eight acres, to include the Wallis House and Harriston Hill, sites of historical interest for their role in the Civil War. That land is currently owned by Cobb County and the Cobb Land Trust.
Source: Atlanta Business Chronicle | Posted: Feb. 18, 2019
Cobb County Government will transfer $4,513,985 to Kennesaw for a new recreation center. Any additional funding will be paid by the city which will own, maintain and operate the facility.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution | Posted: Feb. 8, 2019
A former Georgia Bulldog starting football player is now the Kennesaw Parks and Recreation Department director. Steve Roberts comes from the city of LaFayette Parks and Recreation in North Georgia, where he was the assistant director.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution | Posted: Feb. 6, 2019
Open alcohol containers now are allowed in Kennesaw’s Central Business District by a recent 5-0 vote of the City Council.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution | Posted: Jan. 31, 2019
The designation comes from the National Council for Home Safety and Security for its 2019 Safest Cities in Georgia list. Kennesaw ranks fifth with Holly Springs first, Braselton second, Milton third and Johns Creek fourth.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution | Posted: Jan. 25, 2019
Open alcohol containers may be allowed in two entertainment districts, including the downtown business district, by the Kennesaw City Council with an expected vote on Jan. 22.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution | Posted: Jan. 22, 2019