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  1. BOC To Hold Public Hearings on Millage Rate Adoption

    In compliance with Georgia law, the Oconee County Board of Commissioners hereby announces its intention to adopt a millage rate of 6.686 (unincorporated) and 7.616 (incorporated). Read on...
  2. Oconee County COVID-19 Conference Call Joint Statement August 9

    On Sunday, August 9, Chairman John Daniell participated in a conference call with area healthcare providers and hospitals regarding COVID-19. Below is a joint statement that was issued following the call on Sunday, August 9: Read on...
  3. Emergency Medical Responder Course To Be Offered This Fall Beginning September 14

    Oconee County Fire Rescue will offer an Emergency Medical Responder (EMR) course this fall beginning September 14, 2020. The course includes 84 hours of classroom instruction and practical assessment, followed by 36 hours of clinical ride-alongs . . . Read on...
  4. August 4 BOC Meeting Highlights

    The Oconee County Board of Commissioners held its regular meeting on Tuesday, August 4, 2020. The following actions were taken at the meeting: Read on...
  5. Parks & Recreation COVID-19 Program Protocols

    From the Oconee County Parks & Recreation Department: The health and safety of our participants, parents, spectators, volunteers, officials, and staff remain our highest priority. Read on...
  6. Oconee County Ranked 2020 Best County to Raise a Family in the U.S.

    Oconee County was recently ranked #1 on the 2020 “Best Counties for Families in America” list by Niche. Read on...
  7. Oconee County Fire Rescue Volunteers Complete Firefighter I Training

    Oconee County Fire Rescue proudly announces the completion of 210 hours of Firefighter I training by six Oconee County Volunteer Firefighters. Read on...
  8. Farmland Preservation Program - Notice of Application Period

    The Oconee County Board of Commissioners is accepting applications for the Agricultural Conservation Easement Program-Agricultural Land Easements (ACEP-ALE). Read on...
  9. New Hours in Effect at Recycling and Collection Centers Beginning July 20

    Oconee County's Recycling & Collection Centers will have new hours beginning July 20. Read on...
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