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Board of Elections Absentee Information
The Board of Elections & Registration Office is encouraging voters to vote absentee by mail for the June 9, 2020 Election. Due to the social distancing requirements there will be fewer voting machines used during Early Voting and Election Day voting, therefore voters may experience longer wait times. Absentee ballots are counted at the close of the Election on Election Day.
To request absentee ballot applications please contact the Board of Elections Office at email@example.com or (706) 795-6335.
July 1st -July 5th No Building inspections will take place. Building inspection process will resume July 6th. for any question please contact our office at (706) 795-2189 ext 101
City of Danielsville 2019 Consumer Confidence Report
We are pleased to present this year's Annual Water Quality Report (Consumer Confidence Report) as required by the Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA). This report is designed to provide details about where your water comes from, what it contains, and how it compares to standards set by regulatory agencies. This report is a snapshot of last year's water quality. We are committed to providing you with information because informed customers are our best allies. Please click the link below to view the report.
Health & Safety Inspection Requirements
City of Danielsville requires a health and safety inspection to be completed and approved, through our office, prior to utility services being connected and each new tenant moving in (resident or commercial) and to contact city hall for further information. See Chapter 20: Water Service for requirements for utility services.
Trash Service Information
The city's solid waste vendor servicing our community every Monday. the only holidays taken by our vendor are: New Year's Day, memorial Day, Fourth of July, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day. If the Collection Day falls on any of these holidays your cart will be serviced the following business day. Please keep the following in mind when using our solid waste vendor services:
Use only approved trash carts. must have the solid wast vendors logo present.
Trash cart(s) shall be placed at the curb no earlier than 6:00 pm the day before pickup.
Trash cart(s) shall be removed from the curb and returned to the garage, side or rear of the residence or building no later than by the end of the day of collection.
Trash cart(s) shall be placed on the curb or beside they roadway in front of the residence.
Do not place cart in the gutter or in the street or alley in such manner as to interfere with pedestrian or vehicular traffic.
All trash must be placed securely in bags and tightly closed.
Not Liquids should be disposed of in the trash carts, this creates spills on the streets, that leave an odor and stains.
All trash must be placed in the trash cart. DO NOT place anything on the ground beside the cart. Such items will not be picked up.
All household trash must be disposed of through the use of your trash cart or dumpster provided by the city's osoild waste vendor, or you can choose to carry your own household trash to the Madison County Solid Waste Transfer Station. No accumulation of household trash shall be stored upon the property.
The city will pick up and dispose of these items for you. There is a minimal fee for this service- $10 per visit. Please keep the following points in mind:
Brush, Limbs, and Leaves Disposal
Brush, limbs and /or leaves shall be placed between the curb and the sidewalk. where there is no sidewalk. these items may be placed on the owner;s property near the street.
Limbs shall not be over six feet in length or four inches in diameter and shall be completely trimmed.
All limbs shall be placed in one direction, that is, with all cut ends together.
Leaves must be separated from brush and limbs. Use brown paper lawn bags.
Leaves, limbs, brush or other trimmings shall be placed in an orderly manner so as not to obstruct the free and normal flow of any drainage system or the safe vision or movement of any pedestrian or vehicular traffic. Don't stack any closer than 50 feet from an intersection