The Building, Grounds and Sanitation employees take pride in keeping the City of Cornelia looking great. We use environmentally friendly policies to ensure we are doing the best for both the citizens and our environment.
Pictured from left to right: Mayor, J.C. Irby, Commissioner, Don Bagwell, City Manager, Donald Anderson, Forestry Arborist Susan Russell & Mark Wiles
Thanks to the hard work of our Public Works Department, the City Planted three Armstrong Maple trees at Chattahoochee & Elrod street in the honor of Arbor Day Feb. 17, 2017.
For the last 26 years, the City of Cornelia has received the Tree City USA status, and the Growth Award status for 25 years, in management of its forest resources. A well-managed urban forest provides many benefits including attracting new businesses, jobs, and residents to the area. Healthy community trees also touch lives of people within the community by providing clean air, clean water, shadier streets, stormwater management and aesthetic beauty.