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Quality of Life

Public Works Department

Administrative Offices
1515 Meriwether St.
Griffin, Georgia  30223

Our Staff:

Public Works Director
T.J. Imberger
(770) 467-4774

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Road Supervisor
Scott Sullivan
(770) 467-4777
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Administrative Assistants
Mariza Eller
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Alicia Brown
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(770) 467-4774

The Spalding County Public Works Department is responsible for maintenance of the roadways and right-of-ways for the County. The Road Department is primarily responsible for:

  • Pothole complaints
  • Sign requests
  • Street repaving requests/priority list
  • Right-of-way mowing, tree/brush trimming
  • Paving of dirt roads
  • Gravel Road Maintenance
  • Culvert sizing
  • Road Inspections
  • Bridge Inspections
  • Bridge Maintenance

2016 Griffin-Spalding Comprehensive Transportation Plan (CTP) Update
2008 Spalding County Comprehensive Transportation Plan
2014 Griffin-Spalding Transit Feasibility Study and Implementation Plan

In addition, the Spalding County Public Works Department is responsible for the operations of the collection centers. The collection centers are open four days a week from 7:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m.  Centers are closed on Sundays, Wednesdays and Fridays. There are five Collection Centers in Spalding County: 

Akin Collection Center
841 South McDonough Road
Griffin, Georgia

Blalock Collection Center
5756 Newnan Road
Griffin, Georgia

Cabin Collection Center
3865 Jackson Road
Griffin, Georgia

Carver Collection Center
610 Carver Road
Griffin, Georgia

Woodroof Collection Center
4245 Old Atlanta Road
Griffin, GA

Updated information on roads and current conditions can be found at: Spalding County Public Works

Spalding County Collection Centers FAQ