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  • A helpful arrangement of frequently used Cherokee County online resources
  • Commonly requested forms and documents for a variety of departments and agencies
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  • Links to every department and agency under the jurisdiction of the Cherokee County Board of Commissioners
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  • Information about and links to both the Tax Commissioner and Tax Assessor's Office. (They are very different organizations)
  • Quick links to both the Paying your Taxes online and the Real Estate Search applications.
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  • Information about Property Taxes, Millage Rates, and Car Tags


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  • A page listing every judicial and court system in Cherokee County with a brief introduction to what they cover
  • Quick links to Jury Duty Information, Traffic Citation Payments, Court Calendars, Deeds and Records Search, Passport Information, and a lot more


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  • Ways to contact the Cherokee County Board of Commissioners, Department and Agency Heads, and State Agencies and Offices
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Stormwater Management

Ben Morgan, PE, CFM
County Engineer

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Where To Recycle

 HOW  and WHERE to RECYCLE and dispose of Hazardous Materials:

 Cherokee Co Recycling Center    



Hazardous Material should be taken to an approved landfill.  Citizens should check with Waste Management for information and locations: https://www.wm.com/us/en/drop-off-locations


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 How Does Recycling Help Prevent Stormwater Pollution?

Common forms of litter (or trash) include aluminum cans, plastic bags and bottles, paper products, used food containers and more. Litter can collect on top or inside of storm drains causing potential flooding by not allowing water to enter fast enough during a storm. Smaller debris can wash into storm drains that drain into rivers, lakes, and streams.

When litter is washed into creeks and streams, it can harm aquatic life. Small amounts of litter from your home or neighborhood add up to a big problem when it comes from an entire metro area. This pollution can have harmful effects on drinking water supplies, recreational use, and wildlife. By recycling, not only are you helping to keep litter from blocking storm drains and getting into waterways, but you are also helping to reduce the amount of trash going to landfills.

Christmas Tree Recyling:


Sixes Road Home Depot Store Allows Drop of Christmas Trees for Recycling Beginning January 4th, 2019:  4520 Holly Springs Pkwy, Canton, GA 30115


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