The Northeast Georgia Regional Comission recently honored Monroe City Administrator Dr. Julian Jackson with the Local Governemnt Administrator of the Year award.
Matthew Chancey has been named as our first City Planner.
The Georgia Utility Training Academy (GUTA), an initiative by the City of Monroe Utility Department, has officially opened for business at the Jacks Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant on Ga. Hwy 83.
The Georgia Municipal Association (GMA) inducted former Monroe Mayor Knox Bell into the Municipal Government Hall of Fame at the GMA Annual Convention in Savannah on Monday, June 28, 2010.
After 36 years of service, Monroe Fire Department Chief Wayne Chancey will retire. Chancey told the Council Tuesday he was leaving his post July 1.
Heading into 2010, the City of Monroe is making every effort to update and expand it's presence on the World Wide Web. Our goal is to reach as many of our citizens as possible, and provide as much relevant and up to date content as we can.
The City of Monroe has hired it's first Information Technology Administrator to handle internal technology needs for all city departments.
The City of Monroe Police Department, under the direction of Chief M. Keith Glass, has completed the requirements set forth by the State of Georgia to become a state certified law enforcement agency.