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Welcome to the City of White!

The City of White, Georgia is named for its first Postmaster, James A. White. The original charter is dated August 7th, 1919 as The Town of White. This was amended in 1962 and it became The City of White. White is located in Bartow County in Northwest Georgia.

Relatively steep ridges and broad valleys characterize Bartow County’s topography with elevations ranging from a low of approximately 600 feet (where the Etowah River leaves Bartow and enters Floyd County) to an approximate high elevation of some 2,400 feet.

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City of White - Centennial Celebration! 

The City of White is gearing up for it's Centennial Celebration to be held Saturday, August 10, 2019.  Can you believe our city is 100 years old?

We need volunteers on that day to help with everything!  We need talented vendors to come and show off their products.  We need food vendors to keep us from starving during the day.  We need old cars for the parade and to be on display afterwards.  We need donations from local businesses.  So how can you help?

There will be lots to do that day for the young and the young at heart.  So please mark your calendar, tell your family and friends, that the City of White is turning 100 and we're throwing a party in her honor!

 

NOTICE: Trash cans must be at the street for the trash department to be able to get it.

NOTICE: Police Officer Job Application now Available

NOTICE

We understand the frustration with the closing of Richards Road and apologize for any inconvenience. Unfortunately, the closure was needed for the safety of our residents and visitors to our great city! As an alternate route, please use Cass-White Road or West Rocky Street.



Upcoming EVENTS
Date Description
Monday, May 27 Memorial Day - City Hall Closed
Monday, Jun 03 City Council Meeting
Friday, Jun 21 City Court
Monday, Jul 01 City Council Meeting
Thursday, Jul 04 Independence Day - City Hall Closed
Friday, Jul 19 City Court
Monday, Aug 05 City Council Meeting
Friday, Aug 16 City Court