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.

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.

Christmas Parade Registration Form

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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!



2016 Football Signup

Football Signup



Community Cleanup Day

New Waste Water Treatment Plant Construction Underway!

New Treatment Plant

One of the largest projects happening in Moultrie, GA is the construction of the multimillion dollar waste water treatment plant. While the current treatment plant was state-of-the-art and met the permitting limits for its day, tighter restrictions and aging infrastructure have demanded plant upgrades to meet today’s processing needs. The new plant is designed to handle additional capacity to support future development as our commuinity grows.

NW & SW Memorial Pools Now Open

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