Trunk or Treat at the Court House

Sunday, October 29: 6th Annual Trunk or Treat at the Court House

Trunk or Treat In Douglasville
The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office and the Douglasville Police Department present the 6th annual Trunk or Treat at the Court House from 4p-8p for kids 14 and under. Weather permitting, popcorn, hot dogs, bbq and soda will be served.

Tuesday, October 31, 1:30 p.m.- 4:00 p.m.: Courthouse to host Trick-Or-Treaters on Halloween Afternoon
Douglas County employees continue their 12th annual Trock-or-Treating event in the courthouse. Any child aged 12 and under, accompanied by an adult, is welcome to go through the Courthouse and trick-or-treat in offices that will be marked with a smiling jack-o-lantern at the door.

2017 Chili Cook Off

Chili Cook-off  Douglasville

The Cultural Arts Council Douglasville/Douglas County’s 21st annual Chili Cook Off will take place on the renovated O’Neal Plaza on Saturday, from 6-9 p.m. This Chili Cook Off was the last public event on O’Neal Plaza before the renovations started and this year’s festival will be the first public event on the new O’Neal Plaza. The CAC encourages residents to “Come celebrate Douglasville’s newly renovated plaza and chow down on all the competing chilis.” Read all about it here

Casting Call Central Casting Georgia

Casting Call Central Casting Georgia

TV Series: S3 – MINORS – filming in Douglasville, GA – Wednesday 10/11

Likely a mid-morning call time

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Pay Rate: $68/8 hours

Movie casting- Halloween

TRICK OR TREAT: Currently Casting Caucasian looking 8-12 year olds to portray trick or treating kids in an upscale suburban neighborhood. * Please include a picture in the non-trademarked and generic Halloween costume(s) that you are able to bring. Examples include: Angel, Witch, Monster, Cowboy/Cowgirl, Police, Doll, Cat, etc.

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Douglas County plans to roll back its millage rate

Douglas County taxes

The Douglas County Board of Commissioners plans to roll back its millage rate 4.43 percent Tuesday, which will have the effect of preventing a tax increase for county property owners.  Read more here…

Or this story…

The Douglasville City Council is expected to adopt millage rates for Fiscal Year 2018 on Thursday that could lead to higher taxes for many property owners in the city. The $27.4 million budget passed by the council in June was based on the city’s maintenance and operations millage rate staying at 6.911 mills, which is 4.38 percent over the rollback rate.

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