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Conyers Bond Referendum FAQs

A $13 million bond will be on the ballot for city voters when they go to the polls on May 22. The funds will be dedicated to upgrading the Conyers Police Department and to accommodate a dedicated municipal courtroom. The bond will also include the construction of a new city hall on O’Kelly Street that will centralize and consolidate all other services and departments. More

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  • Public Meetings for May 22 Bond Referendum Public Meetings for May 22 Bond Referendum

    The public is invited to attend public meetings to learn more about the bond referendum on the May 22 ballot that proposes upgrading the Conyers Police Department, building a dedicated municipal court and constructing a new city hall. More

  • Spring Transportation Projects in Conyers

    Crosswalks, traffic signals and tennis courts in the city limits will all be receiving facelifts as part of spring cleaning efforts by the city’s Department of Public Works and Transportation through SPLOST funds, Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) grants and federal funding. More

  • Notice of Call of Bond Election

    The Conyers City Council voted on February 7, 2018 to call an election on May 22, 2018 for city voters to determine whether the city should issue general obligation bonds in an amount not to exceed $13 million for the purpose of financing city administrative and public safety facilities. More

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