3. City Manager Notes
  1. City of Hiram Notice of Public Hearing for a Variance application for Cobb Subs Inc.

    The City of Hiram, Georgia will hold a Public Hearing on September 1, 2015 at 6:30pm for the purpose of receiving public comment regarding the Variance Application received from Cobb Subs Inc. Read on...
  2. Notice of Public Hearing for public comment on the method of calculating Occupation Tax

    The City of Hiram, Georgia will hold a Public Hearing on September 1, 2015 at 6:30pm for the purpose of receiving public comment regarding a change to the method of calculating occupation taxes. Read on...
  3. Qualifying Dates for City of Hiram General Election

    Qualifying dates for the November 3, 2015 General Election will be Monday August 31 - Friday, September 4 from 8:30am to 4:30pm each day at Hiram City Hall. The Municipal Election will be for the Offices of Mayor, Council Post 1 and Council Post 2. Read on...
  4. Notice: Speed Limit Changes

    Please be aware that speed limits have changed on the following roads Read on...
  5. Paulding County Poll Worker - Meet and Greet

    Paulding County is looking for dedicated individuals who take pride in their work, are patient and enjoy working with people, and who take direction well and are detail oriented to serve as a Poll Worker in one of the County's 14 precincts. Read on...
  6. Hiram City Council Regular Session & Public Hearing

    The Hiram City Council will hold the Regular Session Meeting on Tuesday, September 1, 2015 at 6:30pm in the Hiram Community Center/Council Chambers. The Regular Session meeting will open with a Public Hearing which will begin at 6:30 pm. Read on...
  7. Hiram Herald Summer 2015 Edition

    The Summer Edition of the Hiram Herald is now available... Read on...
  1. ​Pardon Our Progress
  2.  Hiram, Georgia – July 23, 2015 – The summer heat weighs heavy on us all. But in metro areas, so can traffic delays and roadway construction. The City of Hiram is experiencing that very thing in its immediate downtown area. We are asking that all residents, business owners and commuters exercise patience and pardon our progress as we install sewer lines to and from our new lift station. The most important thing everyone needs to know and be aware of is that all businesses in the downtown Hiram area are open and will remain open during this significant construction project even though road closure signs, Nixle alerts and uneven pavement may create a different impression. 
  3. The sewer project went into full swing last month and will continue 180 days into the end of November. The primary roadway affected is Main Street from Arnold Lane to the northeast and Hwy 92 to the southwest. This project will also continue through South Forty subdivision along South Forty Pass east and west. There has been and will continue to be intermittent road closures and delays as the sewer and water lines are being installed. Main Street will be completely closed at the Main Street and Beatty Street railroad crossing until at least next Wednesday, July 29th as the contractor bores under the rail line. This will impact thru traffic. But, again, businesses will be open during their normal business hours unless the owners post otherwise. 
  4. In addition to the Council approved sewer project, the Council also approved a streetscape project on July 7th. The contracts have been signed and once the notice to proceed is issued, this project will take approximately 180 days into February of 2016. The streetscape not only includes sidewalks, streetlights and new pavement, it also includes much needed water lines from Hwy 92 to Arnold Lane along Main Street. There will also be improvements to the intersection of Main Street, North Avenue and Powder Springs Street which includes a turn lane on Main Street to North Avenue and Powder Springs Street. According to city manager Robbie Rokovitz, “We understand that our residents, businesses and visitors have experienced some untimely and frustrating inconveniences including some water and gas line breaks associated with this construction project.” “The contractors and staff are doing and will continue to do everything within reason to ensure the effects of this project are negligible to our Hiram family,” continued Rokovitz.