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MAYOR & COUNCIL

1500 Morrow Road, Morrow, GA 30260

Victor Aguilar, City Clerk

cityclerk@morrowga.gov

P | 678.902.0927 ext. 357
F | 770.960.3015

Hours: Mon-Fri 8AM-5PM 

Jeff Baker, City Manager

jbaker@morrowga.gov

P | 678.902.0937 ext. 401
F | 770.960.3015

Hours: Mon-Fri 8AM-5PM 

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John Lampl, Mayor

jlampl@morrowga.gov

678.902.0916

Renee Sanders-Knight, Mayor Pro Tem

rknight@morrowga.gov

678.430.2232

Khoa Vuong, Councilman

kvuong@morrowga.gov

678.902.0917

Dorothy Dean, Councilwoman

ddean@morrowga.gov

770.961.4002

Van T. Tran, Councilwoman

tran@morrowga.gov

470.602.8185

CITY COUNCIL MEETINGS

City Council meetings are held on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of every month. Work Sessions may begin as early as 5:30PM on the 2nd Tuesday and at 6:30PM on the 4th Tuesday. Regular Council Meetings begin at 7:30PM. Click HERE to see the latest City Council meetings and work sessions.

MEETING MINUTES, AGENDAS & WORK SESSIONS

Click on a date to view the agenda for a City Council meeting. Please note - Meeting Agendas from the last 2 months are available on our website. If you are interested in older meeting agendas, please contact the City Clerk at cityclerk@morrowga.gov. Video of City Council meetings can be found on our YouTube page.

February 3, 2023

Special Called Meeting

January 31, 2023

MCTA Meeting Agenda

January 24, 2023

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View Regular Meeting | View Regular Meeting Agenda

January 24, 2023

The City of Morrow’s Mayor and Council will hold an initial public hearing regarding the City’s 2023 Comprehensive Plan Update on January 24, 2023, at 6:00pm. 

 

The purpose of this hearing is to brief the community on the process to be used to develop the plan and the opportunities for public participation in plan development, and to obtain input on the proposed planning process.  All interested parties should attend.

 

Questions should be directed to City Manager Jeff Baker at jbaker@morrowga.gov or 404-640-4865 or City Clerk Victor Aguilar at cityclerk@morrowga.gov or 678-902-0927

January 19, 2023

DDA/URA Meeting Agenda

January 10, 2023

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View Regular Meeting | View Regular Meeting Agenda

January 3, 2023

DDA/URA Meeting Agenda

December 27, 2022

The City of Morrow Regular and Work Session council meeting scheduled for Tuesday, December 27, 2022, at The Morrow Municipal Complex 1500 Morrow Road, Morrow Georgia 30260 is hereby cancelled.

December 13, 2022

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December 14, 2022

DDA/URA Special Called Meeting Agenda

November 22, 2022

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Social Media Policy | Resolution 2022-05 | Resolution 2022-06

October 27, 2022

MCTA Meeting Agenda

October 25, 2022

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October 11, 2022     

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View Regular Meeting Agenda

September 27, 2022     

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View Regular Meeting Agenda

September 13, 2022     

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View Regular Meeting Agenda

August 23, 2022     

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View Regular Meeting Agenda

August 9, 2022     

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MISSION STATEMENT
To create and maintain an environment that provides ethical leadership, exceptional services, and the highest quality of life for the citizens, employees, and customers of the City of Morrow.
VISION STATEMENT
We will require innovative governance that is transparent, accountable, and efficient with a system of funding that is fair, affordable, and stable. Our bold approach will encourage a thriving economy, friendly and safe neighborhoods, a vibrant business community, and extensive recreational/cultural opportunities. We will preserve and promote Morrow’s southern hospitality and hometown atmosphere while embracing the diversity of its people.
VALUE STATEMENT
We value financial stability, which enables us to provide a high quality of life for our citizens and exemplifies that we are good stewards. We value a beautiful, clean and safe community. We value a strong working relationship with our stakeholders and community partners and we value our employees as our most important resource. We value uncompromising integrity, honesty and open communication with the public whom we serve.
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