The new system makes city service requests more convenient, efficient and customer-focused than they have ever been in Savannah’s history.
Mayor Van R. Johnson, II, and the Savannah City Council announced the selection of Michael Brown as interim City Manager to replace Patrick Monahan who will retire on Nov. 1.
In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, Mayor Van R. Johnson, II, introduced HOLA Savannah on Oct. 1, a new taskforce focusing on Hispanic Outreach, Leadership and Advocacy.
The $3.3 million City of Savannah CARES Act Fund at United Way intends to help residents of the City of Savannah maintain stable, safe housing.
The group will investigate disparities in our city and use data to identify, prioritize and tackle these issues.
Local artists created these exhibits through the City’s Arts on Waters program, celebrating the Waters Avenue corridor’s revitalization.
Savannah had anticipated additional funding of $17 million, a significant portion would have gone toward assistance for local small businesses and individuals who are struggling as a result of COVID-19.
Through the City Budgeting for Equity and Recovery program, What Works Cities will support mayors, chief financial officers, and budget directors to use data-driven best practices as they continue to manage their pandemic responses.
Election Day is Nov. 3, and Savannahians need to start planning how they will vote.
Savannah is one of only four communities in the state to receive this recognition from Georgia Tech this year.
The group will investigate and develop an action plan for affordable housing in Savannah – housing that can be attainable for the average Savannahian for less than 30 percent of gross household income.
The City of Savannah is excited to help honor local heroes who are fighting COVID-19.