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NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC (8/16/16):

Due to unforeseen circumstances, the City of Winder has been having computer/email issues throughout the past week. We are diligently working to correct the problem. Emails which have been sent to any city employee may not have been received which include open records requests, customer service, municipal court or city hall.

For New Service or to Discontinue Service, please call a Customer Service Representative directly at (770) 867-3106 or fax (770) 307-0424. You may also call that number to reach any department.

We apologize for any inconvenience, and hope to have the issue corrected very soon.

  • CITY HALL

    City Hall is located at 25 East Midland Avenue and Houses the Police Department and City Administration.

  • WINDER CUSTOMER CENTER

    The Winder Customer Center is located at 45 East Athens Street.

  • DOWNTOWN WINDER

    North Broad Street, located in the heart of Downtown Winder, displays a variety of businesses and restaurants including a coffee and music shop, boutiques, a book store, antique store and more.

  • CHIMNEYS GOLF COURSE

    Chimneys Golf Course is a par-72 course located at 338 Monroe Highway (GA 11) in Winder.

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  • McNeal Road & West Candler Street Road Improvements Project

    The City of Winder would like to announce a traffic signal change associated with the road improvements project at the intersection of McNeal Road and West Candler Street.

    Post Date: 07/15/2016
  • Waste Management Updates Recycling Program

    Effective July 1, 2016, Waste Management will no longer be able to accept glass in the Atlanta Area curbside and commercial recycling programs.

    Post Date: 06/27/2016
  • JUG TAVERN FESTIVAL & OTHER CITY EVENTS NOW OFFERS SMALL BUSINESS, ORGANIZATION & INDIVIDUAL PARTNERSHIPS

    The City of Winder hosts several activities throughout the year that bring thousands of people to our community. Many are locals, but lots of people come from out of town—and out of town guests who come to Winder help boost our local economy, promote our great and growing city, and help to put Winder on the map as a destination and a place to live, work and play. The festivals committee now offers partnerships specifically designed for small businesses, individuals and organizations who would like to be part of the Community of Winder in its efforts of preserving community events; to help them grow and to support local vendors, craftsmen and musicians.

    Post Date: 06/9/2016
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