2016 Moultrie-Colquitt County Parks and Recreation Department Recreator-FALL

The Moultrie – Colquitt County Parks and Recreation Department provides the Fall Recreator for the months of August, September, and October.  Please click here to view a complete list of all recreational activities for the year including age limits and registration dates.

Date Time Teams Network
9/22 7:30 PM Clemson @ Georgia Tech ESPN
9/24 Noon Kent State @ Alabama SEC
9/24 Noon Georgia @ Ole Miss ESPN
9/24 Noon FSU @ South Flordia ABC
9/24 3:30 PM Flordia @ Tennessee CBS
9/24 7:00 PM Georgia Southern @ Western Michigan ESPN3

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The Sea Mobile is Coming!!!

Make plans to visit Gulf Specimen’s Sea Mobile September, 30 at the Main Street Park.

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We continue to have extensive power outages across the city. We understand other power providers may be experiencing similar issues. Our crews have been working since early this morning on restoring power. The number of unexpected outages is so extensive, 3 other crews from other cities are coming in to aid in this situation. Rest assured our focus is on restoring power for our citizens as soon as possible. It is highly probable that some residents will be without power overnight. We appreciate your patience through this ordeal.


We continue to work restoring power. Please be patient as we still have hundreds without power. If you have to travel, please be careful. We have multiple live wires on the ground and hanging low. Multiple red lights are out in some of the busiest intersections. Down trees are widespread. Please note Pine Drive between West Blvd and 7th St SW is closed.


Good Morning Moultrie, GA! Several hundred utility customers are without power this morning. Our Utilities Department is working diligently to restore the power. Reports of fallen trees began to come in this morning around 5:30 and seem to be widespread. Right now we can tell you County Farm Road between Veterans Parkway and Rowland Drive is closed. If you must be our on the roads, please use extreme caution as trees and lines are down. Please report down trees and water over the road to 668-5423. To report power outage call 668-6000.


Our teams are working to prepare for Hurricane Hermine. We are anticipating between 7-10 inches of rain and high winds. We were informed that the worst of the weather will be between 11:00 p.m. – 10: 00 a.m. We are expecting possible power outages as a result of falling trees and limbs. Our Utilities Department will actively monitor power outages, however, if you experience a power outage, please call 668-6000.
Please make sure you remove any yard trash from the street or ditches. If you see water over the road, please contact Public Works at 668-5423. The Moultrie Fire Department suggests you have flashlights instead of candles in case you experience a power outage. Please stay indoors during the rough weather.

CNS Television Lineup Expands!

Your CNS Television lineup is expanding!  The Big Ten Network will be added to channel 207 and 556 HD and Nat Geo Wild to channel 399.  Channels should be up and running by September 2nd.

Labor Day Garbage Collection Schedule


Moultrie PD Raises Flag Flown Over US Capital

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Yesterday Mayor Bill McIntosh and Police Chief Frank Lang were presented a US Flag by Bill Acuff representing Congressman Austin Scott’s office. The US flag, which has flown over the US Capital in Washington, is now flying proudly over the Moultrie Police Department. Acuff is also a member of the MPD Citizens Advisory Committee.

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Dale Williams Retires After 41 Years

Human Resources Director Dale Williams was honored at The Moultrie City Council meeting for his 41 years of service. Dale began his career in 1975 as Recreation Leader. He filled many positions during his career including Director of Purchasing, Community Development Director, Administrative Assistant to the City Manager and Housing Rehabilitation Specialist. “I hope the organization is much better off than when I found it,” said Williams.
One fact we found out about Dale is that he worked for 2 years as a part-time employee before he began his full-time career in 1975. So we can say after 43 dedicated years of service, Dale made a difference. Congratulations Dale and we will miss you!



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