Coweta County at Shenandoah opens Monday
From Special Reports
Coweta County at Shenandoah will officially open its doors at 8 a.m. today (Monday, March 27).
Coweta County at Shenandoah, the former AMC Theater located at 87 Newnan Station Drive, will house the Tax Commissioner’s Office, which includes the Property Tax and Tag Office, and the Elections & Voter Registration Office. Two state agencies, including the Department of Driver Services (DDS) and the Department of Veterans Service, will also relocate to this facility by summer 2023.
Originally, the new venue was to open on March 20 but supply chain issues pushed that date to today. A Ribbon Cutting Ceremony of the new facility will take place on Thursday, March 30 at 9 a.m.
The services provided to citizens at this new facility will include tag renewals, vehicle registrations and titles, pay property taxes, register to vote, and early vote. There will also be a new drive-thru option for the Tax Commissioner/Tag Office services to better serve our citizens.
“We are thrilled to provide our citizens with a relevant facility that enhances services and provides easier access and additional parking,” says Chairman John Reidelbach. “We are incredibly grateful for our architect Joe Gardner, his team, and construction partner J&R Construction & Development, who worked diligently with us to expand and renovate this facility to help serve our growing population.”
As background, Coweta County purchased the 6.22-acre parcel in July of 2021 following an internal needs assessment. Two predominate space needs came about including a desire for expansion of the Elections & Voter Registration and the Tag/Tax Offices.
To stay up to date on the latest, please visit www.coweta.ga.us.