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Yes, there are seven major hotels within a quarter mile of the terminal. For more information on lodging, call the Tourism Office at (912) 384-1873.
The airport terminal is open from Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. Self Serve Jet A and 100 LL - Open 24hrs. a day seven days a week. The airport terminal is closed on Saturday, Sundays, and Holidays.
Fuel prices are posted on AirNav and updated every Tuesday.
The plot itself costs $400. There is a $10 recording fee, which brings the cost to $410.
Cemetery Deed: $30.00
Opening Permit: $50.00
A person seeking records may fill out an Open Records Request Form and return it to the city clerk's office by fax, mail, or in person to:224 E. Bryan St.P.O. Box 470Douglas, GA 31534Ph: (912) 389-3405Fx: (912) 389-7079Email: City Clerk Wynetta Bolder
The cost for production of documents depends on the amount of pages and time of retrieval. The first ten pages are $.10 (10 cents) per copy. Each page over ten is $.25 cents, per copy. If it takes a substantial amount of time to pull and copy the records, the cost will be the hourly pay of the lowest-paid employee capable of pulling the documents, excluding the first 15 minutes.
The city manager's office is located at:224 E. Bryan St.Douglas, GA 31533
The city manager's office is located at:224 E. Bryan St.Douglas, GA 31533 Report a Concern
You must get a building permit when you are adding on to an existing structure or moving any load-bearing walls. You must also get a permit to build any accessory building over 100 square feet. A permit is not required to put up:
Call Randall Parker at (912) 389-3423 for more information.
Every person who is engaged in business, trade, a profession, or occupation in Douglas should have a business license. An application can be obtained from the Community Development Department at the Ashley-Slater House located at 211 S. Gaskin Avenue, Douglas, GA 31533.
The business license fee is determined by the number of full- and part-time employees of the business. For more information, call Rodger Goddard at (912) 389-3462.
Currently, the mill rate for the City of Douglas is 8.363, with one mill dedicated to the Douglas-Coffee County Industrial Authority. The net mill rate for the City of Douglas is 7.363 mills.
The City of Douglas posts job openings in the lobby of City Hall (302 S. Madison Avenue), in the Douglas Enterprise, and on the City of Douglas website under job opportunities.
Contact the Coffee County Elections Office at 912-384-7018 for your ward and commissioner based on your city address.
To make a payment before the court date, citizens may pay by mail, by phone, online, or in person. No payments may be made on the day of court at the Municipal Court window. Payments for citations should be made payable to the City of Douglas. For those offenses which may be paid without a court appearance, payment can be made:
If payment is not made before the court date, the citizen must appear in court and wait for their name to be called. Municipal Court is held at the Coffee County Law Enforcement Center located at 825 Thompson Drive, Douglas, 31535.
Municipal Court is held at the Coffee County Law Enforcement Center located at 825 Thompson Drive, Douglas, Georgia 31535.
If it is NOT a required court appearance and the fine was paid before the court date, then no, you do not have to appear before the court. To find out if your offense requires a court appearance, call (912) 260-3614.
The City of Douglas facilities (such as the Weir Center, Central Square, Youth Center, and others) are managed by the Parks & Recreation Department. Reservation information can be obtained by email Carol Goodman or calling (912) 384-5978.
Call the Police Department at (912) 384-2222 to check the status and availability of your report. Copies are available in person at the front window of the administrative services Office, which is located at the Police Department:225 W. Bryan StreetDouglas, GA 31533
You can also receive copies by mail by sending a written request to: Records Division Douglas Police Department 225 W. Bryan Street Douglas, GA 31533 You must provide the date of your incident / accident, location, and name of the victim. Reports are not faxed.
There are several ways you can pay your citations. The Police Department's page has detailed information about payment methods and about citations that can be paid without a court appearance. For information concerning your citation, please contact the Municipal Court office at (912) 260-3614.
The Police Department is located at:225 W. Bryan StreetDouglas, GA 31533
Our events are listed on the City of Douglas online events calendar. You can also watch WDTV Channel 13 for City of Douglas announcements or email the Visitor Information Center.
A select variety of souvenirs and gift items are available at the Public Information office located at 211 S. Gaskin Ave or at Heritage Station Museum, located at 219 W. Ward St., Douglas, GA 31533. The Douglas Visitor Information Center is open Monday - Friday 8:30am - 5pm. Email the Visitor Center
To become a City of Douglas vendor, complete the Bidder’s Application form, and fax to (912) 384-5076 or mail them to the Purchasing Department at:123 W. Cherry St.Douglas, GA 31533. Link to Bidders Application Form
Nikki Thompson is the City of Douglas purchasing agent. She may be reached by calling (912) 389-3463 or by email.
The Purchasing Department keeps a list of all formal bids online, however, since this is a new system, some bids may not be listed. To request a copy of a bid, please contact Nikki Thompson at (912) 389-3463 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.