The 2050 MTP Survey is a chance for the public to share thoughts and feedback about future transportation improvements for the three-county Savannah region. The survey takes 10 minutes to complete and all responses will remain anonymous. The survey is split into sections, covering roadways, bicycling, pedestrians, public transportation, equity and resiliency. The survey is available now until October 31 2022.
This survey will assist the City in gathering input from the community at-large about what traits, expertise and experiences matter most to our residents for our next police chief, along with what priorities our police department should focus on in the next year.
Savannah City Council voted, 6-3, this evening to approve a millage rate of 12.2, which is the city’s lowest millage rate since 1987. This rate will reduce property taxes for most of the 19,096 Stephens-Day exemption qualified households.
The City of Savannah implemented substantial investments in public safety, including pay increases, retention bonuses, referral bonuses and a lateral entry program. The pay increases mean a $50,000 starting salary for Savannah police officers and a $48,000 starting salary for Savannah firefighters.
Provides small home repair grants or loans to eligible homeowners who own and occupy their home.
he City of Savannah's Office of Sustainability is now accepting community members to be a part of 100% Savannah working groups focused on the plan's implementation.