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Administration

The County Administration Office is located on the second floor of the Liberty County Courthouse Annex. This office conducts the overall administration of the County as prescribed by the General Georgia Statutes.

The County Administrator is the Chief Administrative Officer appointed by the Board of County Commissioners (BOCC).  It is the responsibility of the County Administrator to effectively implement all decisions, policies, ordinances and motions made by the Board of County Commissioners. The County Administrator performs these responsibilities through the various department directors and administrative personnel.

Activities of the County Administration Office include: 

  1. Administration of BOCC Departments

  2. Preparation of monthly Commission meeting agendas

  3. Resolutions & ordinances

  4. Board appointments

  5. Human resource functions

To learn more about the services we provide to the County, please contact our office.

 

Animal Control

Welcome to Liberty County Animal Control

Our mission is to balance the health, safety, and welfare needs of people and animals within the area of Liberty County.

 Our Vision

We envision the day when:

All citizens will be safe from the dangers and nuisances of irresponsible pet ownership.

When animals will not suffer because of human abuse, neglect, or ignorance.

Where every pet born will be assured of a good home, with proper care, including being spayed/nutered and micro-chipped.

Our Personnel: 

Randy Durrence, Director of Animal Control; he grew up in Liberty County and has strong ties to the community. 

Linda Kitchings Cordry, Animal Control Officer; has a B.S. in Biology and has interned on St. Catherine's Island working with endangered species of animals. She also grew up in Liberty County.

Richard Edwards, Deputy Director; his family has strong ties to the community after being in the military. 

Our newest addition to Animal Control is Zachary Vasquez, he's a qualified firefighter/EMT.  He grew up in Liberty County and has strong ties to our community, too.Rebecca Carter and Nicole Will share the responsibility of Kennel Technicians.  Both intake animals, and care for all the animals brought into our shelter facility.

Help Us Help Your Pet

In order for us to provide quality service there are certain things we need including: 

Callback phone # in the event we have questions.  Common questions include,  breed, color, size, collar, or specific identifying marks. 

Address of the resident that the complaint is being made against, if applicable, or good description of the property with road name you need service on. When giving a residential description please include color, vehicles in the drive way or anything else that may help to find the location. 

A general statement of the reason for your call.

Our Service Area

We all strive to provide quality service for our community.  Our officers cover 519.05 square miles (Liberty County) and serve a population of over 63,000 residents.  Please note that we DO NOT offer service within Fort Stewart as they maintain their own animal control facility.

We are a rescue friendly facility.  We have a small facility with many stray animals due to our transient area.  In order to improve the quality of life for the many animals received by us, we rely on rescues to find "fur-ever" homes for as many of them as possible. Please visit Liberty Humane Shelter, Carpathia Paws, and Mom's Transport for rescues.  

To look for a lost pet, search our registry of found animals:  

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Assessors Office

The mission of The Assessor's Office, under the direction of The Board of Assessors, is to value all real and personal property in the county at its fair market value. Our office is also responsible for accepting applications for homestead exemptions and other specialized exemptions allowed by law.

Board of Commissioners

The Liberty County Commissioners and their districts are as follows:

 Lovette

Donald Lovette, Chairman

My family has lived in the Taylors Creek community for generations.  My entrance into politics came as a result of a letter I sent to the Editor encouraging changes and seeing those changes in an election process. I have celebrated proud moments include being a participant in the naming of schools for African American leaders in education and awarded the Mentor of the Year Award by the Transcenders of the Eleven Black Men of Liberty County.

 Stevens

Marion Stevens, Sr – District 1

A native of Liberty County, veteran of the U.S. Army, graduate from Gupton-Jones College, and served 34 years as a certified Fire Fighter and Medical Responder.  I was married for 37 years to the late Carolyn B. Stevens and am the proud father of 3 children and grandfather to 5 grandchildren.  "Put on the whole armour of God, that ye may be able to stand against the wiles of the devil." Ephesians 6:11

 Frazier

Justin L. Frasier – District 2 

A Liberty County native, my family and I are members of Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist Church.  Currently, serving as Chairman of Young Democrats of Liberty County; Vice Chairman of the Hinesville Development Authority; Vice Chairman of the Regional Water Resource Council; and serve on ACCG state boards. I attended Morris Brown College, University of Georgia, and Savannah State University, and employed at Interstate Paper.  The son of the Honorable Charles Frasier and Mrs. Shirley Frasier, I’m the proud father of two children.

 Thrift

Connie Thrift – District 3 

I was born and raised in Liberty County and chose to raise my two sons in this wonderful place.  Driven to politics by a passion to make a difference, I was encouraged by a high school teacher who believed in me at a young age.  Reading and being actively involved in my church are a large part of my life.

Bowen 

Pat Bowen – District 4 

Father of 4 children, my family has called Fleming, Georgia home for more than 52 years.  I proudly graduated Bradwell High School. Like most country boys, I enjoy spending time with my family, hunting, fishing, and watching all types of sports. My family is proud to be members of Mt. Olivet United Methodist Church.

 Giliard

Gary Gilliard – District 5 

I was born on Fort Stewart Ga and attended the public schools of Liberty County graduating from Bradwell Institute in 1974. I was raised in government housing on Rebecca Street where I joined First Calvary Missionary Baptist Church at an early age and where I serve as President of our Capital Stewardship Campaign. I'm on the executive board of the Liberty County Branch of the NAACP, The HAMPO Policy Committee, The Liberty County Athletic Hall of Fame Selection Committee and President\CEO of Seven Ministries of Liberty County, a 501c3 faith-based community organization. My wife Felecia is a first grade teacher and we have two children and a granddaughter.  I believe giving back to the community in which one lives is important and being a commissioner affords me that opportunity.

Walden 

Eddie J. Walden, Vice Chairman – District 6

My family has lived in Liberty County since mid-1950.  I graduated from Liberty County School System, and now my wife works as a teacher at LCHS.  My father worked as a councilman for the city of Hinesville, becoming my inspiration.  He always said “the easiest thing to do is nothing” to be involved and try to make a difference.  Government is not for the wealthy or retired, if you feel you have something to offer, then offer yourself first.

Click here to view our Meeting Schedule.

 

Board of Elections

Chairman: Richard (Dicky) Braun

Vice-Chairman: Samuel B. Harris

Members: 

  • Russell Wells
  • Melinda W. Schneider
  • Stephanie Woods
  • Stephen Mullice
  • Linda W. Martin

Board of Tax Assessors

BOA Members

Welcome to the Liberty County Board of Tax Assessors.

The Board of Assessors is comprised of 5 members appointed by The County Board of Commissioners. This Board is charged with the fair and equitable valuation of all real and personal property in the county in accordance with the laws of The State of Georgia.

 

Board Members

Victor H. Shanks, Chairman

Ezekiel Walthour

Paschal Brewer

R. Lee Steele

David N. Smiley, Jr.

Chief Appraiser

Glenda Roberts

Building & Licensing Department

The Building and Licensing Department is located on the first floor of the Courthouse Annex Building (Room 1200). This office has the primary responsibility of issuing building permits and maintaining flood plain management for the unincorporated area of Liberty County as well as the municipalities of Allenhurst, Flemington, Gumbranch, Midway, Riceboro, and Walthourville. This office also issues occupational tax certificates for businesses that are located within the unincorporated are of Liberty County. 

Permits are required to construct single family houses, commercial buildings, churches, accessory buildings, renovations, signs, mobile homes, and demolitions or re-locations of any of these. This office conducts all inspections required by the building codes of the State of Georgia for these projects. 

Licensing includes business licenses, alcohol licenses, and non-profit activities or fund raiser event permits. We are also responsible for the safety inspections conducted prior to the opening or re-opening of businesses. 

Building Maintenance

Welcome to the Building Maintenance Department.

Mission Statement:

The mission of the Liberty County Building Maintenance Department is to provide quality building maintenance services to the staff and community members who utilize the County facilities. Our aim is to meet those needs by maintaining County buildings, grounds, landscapes, turf and outdoor facilities in a manner that provides a safe and comfortable environment which is conductive to positive interactions. We have 14 employees which play a vital role in on-site inspections of our facilities, maintaining regular dialog with relevant staff groups and professionals to ensure standards are being met.

Liberty County Building Maintenance Department works from a Work Order assignment system. This allows the various departments to report problems as they arise. Building Maintenance processes and completes approximately 300 plus work orders per year. The “Work Orders” allow us to track what kind of issues we have in a yearly basis and helps us discern when equipment needs to be replaced. It also allows us to see how much time and labor are involved in the various repairs and issues.

Liberty County Coroner

Mission Statement:

To provide Dignity, Honesty, and Respect to all families that have lost a loved one. To ensure that all Deaths are thoroughly Investigated, Death Certificates with Cause and Manner of Death are signed out in a timely manner, and to work with all Law Enforcement Agencies. 

  

REGINALD L. PIERCE, SR, CORONER

Liberty County

Emergency Management Agency

EMA

Welcome to the Liberty County Emergency Management Agency.

Liberty County Emergency Management Agency (LCEMA) is a coordination of the county government with the lead role in preparing for and responding to major emergencies and disasters, both natural and man-made. During the Cold War the agency was called Civil Defense but because of its emphasis on preparedness for nuclear war. The current name now reflects a shift in priorities toward an "all hazards" approach, which emphasizes prevention, response, and recovery.

LCEMA is the local community-based equivalent of the Georgia Emergency Management Agency (GEMA) at the State level and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) at the Federal level. We work closely with these agencies (as well as dozens of others, both public and private) before, during and after emergencies and disasters to provide coordinated and comprehensive protection of lives and property. This is accomplished by providing community wide leadership, guidance, support, and coordination in the area of mitigation, preparedness, response and recovery. 

On of the most basic fundamental responsibilities of government is to provide for the safety and welfare of its citizens before, during and after major emergencies and disasters. Therefore, an effective countywide Emergency Management Program should always remain as on of the highest priorities of elected and appointed officials at all levels. Individual citizens must also accept personal responsibility within their own capability to be constantly aware of risks and always be prepared to take protective action when necessary for their own safety as well as for their families, friends and property.

MISSION

Our mission is to protect lives and property from the threat of all types of major emergencies and disaster, both natural and man-made. This will be accomplished by providing community wide leadership, guidance, support, and coordination in the areas of mitigation, preparedness, response and recovery.

 

             

Finance

Promoting Public Trust Through Fiscal Accountability

 

Vision:  The Finance Department is a coordinated team that provides outstanding professional services to both internal and external customers.  Promoting public confidence in the fiscal management of Liberty County resources is essential to our vision. 

 

Mission:  Our mission is to manage the financial affairs of Liberty County.  This includes the efficient and judicious use of County resources, the stewardship of public funds, and the safeguarding of assets.   We provide sound financial practices based on generally accepted accounting principles, and ensure compliance with state and federal reporting requirements.  

 

Department Description:  Under administration of the Chief Financial Officer, the Finance Department is responsible for the County’s financial reporting, budgeting, payroll administration, purchasing, accounts payable, billing, accounts receivable, fixed assets, grant management, and cash management.  

 

 

 

Fire Services

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Liberty County owns and operates two fire stations, at four locations.  Two locations are in Gumbranch community through Station 15 and two through Station 12, one at Lake George and one in Fleming.  The fire station in the East District is run as a non-profit organization.  The remaining two stations are owned and operated by their respective municipals.  They contract with Liberty County to cover the county surrounding their cities. 

With the support of 114 fire fighters, Liberty County safeguard lives and property.  The brave men and women who risk their lives to protect yours have extensive education, training, preparedness, and dedication to respond day or night.  

Fire Stations in Your Area:

In addition to saving lives and property, the department of fire services supports “Carolyn”.  “Carolyn” is a solid pink fire truck in support of breast cancer awareness.  Named after Mrs. Carolyn Brown Stevens, wife of Commissioner Marion Stevens Sr., native of Liberty County, who lost the battle with the disease on July 17, 2009.  This special fire truck appears at special events and by request to promote awareness.  To request an appearance of “Carolyn” at your breast cancer fundraiser or event, contact fire services at 912 - 876 - 4511 for more information. “Pink Heals”

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Be courteous to our active fire engines by pulling off the road when possible when lights and sirens sound. It will help to save a love one's life.

Tips to prepare your family in case of fire:

Keep a fire extinguisher in your home and in easy reach.

Make a plan of action for your family that includes a meeting place outside of the home, an escape from each room, and rehearse how to crawl from a room that may fill with smoke.

Talk with children of risk of fire and what they can to to protect themselves.

 

Human Resources

Mission Statement

Liberty County Human Resources provides support services to our employees, the Board of Commissioners, Elected Officials, Appointed Boards, Department Heads and staff as it relates to human resource issues.

We are committed to recognizing that our employees are our most valuable asset. We are focused on delivering quality customer service in all personnel operations with integrity, responsiveness and sensitivity to all employees and citizens. We seek to provide support and guidance to all employees in employee relations, benefits and compensation programs, regulatory compliance, review and development of the County Personnel Policy, and employee training and development. Our goal is to attract, hire and retain a diverse, qualified workforce. We embrace change and the opportunity it brings. We consider service hallmark to our mission.

Employment Opportunities

To view a list of our current job openings, please click on the “Job Postings” link to the left. You may also access this list from our Home page under the Quick Link “Employment”.

Click here to open our Employment Application.

Thank you for considering Liberty County to help meet your employment and career goals.

 

Information Technology

IT logoThe mission of the Liberty County Information Technology Department will be to provide direction, support, and leadership in the use of new and existing technologies within Liberty County and the community.

The Information Technology Department is committed to providing the highest standards and latest technologies to our users, and the community, enabling the County Government to be more efficient, integrated, productive and cost effective.

The Information Technology Department’s goals are broad and constantly changing. In order to provide the best service possible to the employee’s and citizens of Liberty County the following are the basic goals of the department: 

  1. To provide all Liberty County employees and Elected Officials with modern technological needs, including; computers, laptops, peripherals, network servers, operating systems, business productivity software, telecommunications equipment, telecommunications access, security systems and site monitoring.

  2. To install, maintain, support, and provide training for all current and future technologies, and devices.

  3. To participate in and facilitate any appropriate communications network or technology linking governmental agencies together and providing access to Liberty County information and data to those agencies.

  4. To oversee and administer the functionality and security of all computers and devices connected to the County/City Wide Area Governmental Network.

  5. To oversee and maintain an accurate inventory of all technology based assets owned and operated by Liberty County.

  6. To research and develop software and systems to facilitate public access to Liberty County information and data to help better serve the citizens of Liberty County.

  7. To ensure the most cost effective and useful approach to all technology needs are explored, researched and implemented within Liberty County.

 

Keep Liberty Beautiful

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Keep Liberty Beautiful is an education and volunteer action program dedicated to community improvement and has been an affiliate of the national organization, Keep America Beautiful, since 1983. The focus areas are: litter prevention, beautification and community improvement, waste reduction and recycling, storm-water pollution, water conservation education and awareness. Keep Liberty Beautiful embraces the goal of Keep America Beautiful: To engage individuals in taking greater responsibility for improving their community environments. Volunteers are the heart of the award winning Keep Liberty Beautiful Program. For more information on our program or volunteering, please visit our website: www.keeplibertybeautiful.org or 'Like Us' on Facebook at Keep Liberty Beautiful! www.facebook.com/pages/Keep-Liberty-Beautiful

In 2015, Keep Liberty Beautiful was recognized by the Keep Georgia Beautiful Foundation with 3 State Awards and by Keep America Beautiful with 2 National Awards!

Magistrate Court

 

The 1983 Constitution of Georgia provided for a uniform Magistrate Court System throughout the State to replace what was formally known as justice of the peace and small claims courts.  These newly formed Magistrate Courts allowed ordinary citizens to represent themselves without the help of an attorney.  There are forms and instruction sheets available to the public for all actions and services provided by Magistrate Court. 

 

Magistrate Court works just like State or Superior Court in that it is not a collection agency nor can it help determine the financial circumstances of the defendant. Civil claims up to $15,000.00 to include garnishments and foreclosures on personal property are handled in Magistrate Court.  Landlord/tenant cases called dispossessories are handled regardless of dollar amount.  County Ordinance violations, arrest warrant hearings, bad check warrants, bond hearings, abandoned motor vehicles, and good behavior bonds are also handled through Magistrate Court. 

 

There are four full-time deputy clerks in the Magistrate Court office, which is located in the Liberty County Justice Center Building, three part-time Magistrates in addition to one full-time Associate Magistrate, and the Chief Magistrate.  There is a Magistrate on call 24 hours a day 365 days a year to be available for law enforcement if search warrants or arrest warrants are necessary. 

 

Civil actions are filed in the Superior Court Clerk’s office where Mr. Barry Wilkes is the Clerk of Courts.  Mr. Wilkes also serves as the Magistrate Court Clerk; his office is located in the Liberty County Justice Center, 201 South Main Street, Suite 1200, Hinesville, Georgia.  All criminal matters are handled in the Magistrate Court located in the Justice Center Building at 201 South Main Street, Suite 2100, Hinesville, Georgia or at the Liberty County Regional Jail.  There is a courtroom in the Justice Center Building on the Second Floor that is where civil and criminal cases are heard; arrest warrants and bond hearings are also handled at the jail.

 

If we can be of any service to you don’t hesitate to call or stop by. 

 

 Disclaimer:  The information and forms available on this website are not intended as legal advice and should not be considered as such; they are provided for reference ONLY.  Consult an attorney for legal advice.

 

 

Mosquito Control

Welcome to Liberty County Mosquito Control.

Liberty County Mosquito Control is committed to improving the quality of life, facilitating outdoor activities and protecting the public health in our community by implementing environmentally conscious practices to control mosquitoes throughout Liberty County. 

 

 

Probate Court

Welcome to Probate Court

Public Safety Communications (LCPSC)

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  IN AN EMERGENCY, DIAL 9-1-1

 

A fully consolidated, enhanced 9-1-1 (E9-1-1) center, LCPSC answers and dispatches all emergency and non-emergency calls for service (law enforcement, fire and EMS) with in the county. 

Annually the communications department answers about 55,000 9-1-1 calls generating between 120,000 and 130,000 calls for service. The communications center is staffed 24 hours a day by a Communications Supervisor and as many as five Communications Officers. 

The administrative staff includes Training Coordinator Brit Cortes, Assistant Director Erica Smith and Director Tom Wahl.

 

Mission Statement

To, with the highest level of professionalism and accuracy, aid and assist in the rapid collection, exchange and dissemination of information related to law enforcement, fire, and medical emergencies, as well as other vital public safety functions.

To serve as the communications link between the public safety agencies of, and the citizens of and visitors to Liberty County Georgia.

To accurately identify the citizenry’s location and public safety response needs.

To provide fast and accurate activation of public safety services.

To provide communications support and coordination for all public safety agencies.

 

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Joseph Brown
Joseph Brown,
County Administrator

County Administration (More Like This)
112 N Main St
Room 2200
Hinesville, GA 31313
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  • Business: (912) 876-2164
  • Staff Directory
  • Office Hours:
    Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

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Jerry Johnson
Jerry Johnson,
Building Maintenance Superintendent

Physical Address 
Building Maintenance Office (More Like This)
112 N Main St
Suite 2216
Hinesville, GA 31313
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Mailing Address 
100 Main St
Suite 1565
Hinesville, GA 31313
  • Phone: (912) 876-4511
  • Fax: (912) 876-4523
  • Staff Directory
  • Office Hours:
    Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

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Mike Hodges
Mike Hodges,
Director

Emergency Management (More Like This)
100 Liberty St
Hinesville, GA 31313
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  • Phone: (912) 368-2201
  • Fax: (912) 876-9531
  • Staff Directory
  • Office Hours:
    Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Weather Line 912-877-5362

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Brian Darby,
Fire Chief

Fire Services (More Like This)
100 Liberty St
Hinesville, GA 31313
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  • Phone: (912) 876-4511
  • Fax: (912) 876-9531
  • Staff Directory
  • Office Hours:
    Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

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Clint Stanley
Clint Stanley,
Director of IT

Physical Address 
Information Technology (More Like This)
100- A Liberty St
Hinesville, GA 31313
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Mailing Address 
Information Technology (More Like This)
100- A Liberty St
Hinesville, GA 31313
  • Phone: (912) 876-2460
  • Fax: (912) 876-2204
  • Staff Directory
  • Office Hours:
    Monday - Friday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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Virgil Jones
Virgil M. Jones,
Tax Commissioner

100 Main St
Suite 1545
Hinesville, GA 31313
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  • Phone: (912) 876-3389
  • Staff Directory
  • Office Hours:
    Monday - Friday 8:15 a.m. - 4:45 p.m.

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Clenton Wells
Clenton Wells,
Public Works Director

Solid Waste Office (More Like This)
PO Box 1188
Hinesville, GA 31313
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  • Phone: (912) 884-7300
  • Fax: (912) 884-7600
  • Staff Directory
  • Office Hours:
    Monday - Friday 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

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Finance Office (More Like This)
100 Main St
Suite 1510
Hinesville, GA 31313
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  • Phone: (912) 876-2164
  • Fax: (866) 780-1070
  • Staff Directory
  • Office Hours:
    Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

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Sara Swida
Sara Swida,
Director

Keep Liberty Beautiful Office (More Like This)
9397 E Oglethorpe Hwy
Midway, GA 31320
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  • Phone: (912) 880-4888
  • Staff Directory
  • Office Hours:
    Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

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Randy Durrence
Randy Durrence,
Animal Control Director

1731 Lee Place Road N E
Hinesville, GA 31313
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  • Phone: (912) 876-9191
  • Fax: (912) 415-9209
  • Staff Directory
  • Office Hours:
    Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Shelter hours Monday - Friday 8:00 - 5:00 p.m.

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Frazier Sylvers
Frazier Sylvers,
Mosquito Control Director

Mosquito Control Office (More Like This)
836 Limerick Rd
Midway, GA 31320
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  • Phone: (912) 884-2065
  • Fax: (912) 884-2364
  • Staff Directory
  • Office Hours:
    Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

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Bob Sprinkel
Bob Sprinkel,
Asst. County Administrator

Physical Address 
112 N Main St
Room 2200
Hinesville, GA 31313
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Mailing Address 
100 Main St
Suite 1320
Hinesville, GA 31313
  • Phone: (912) 876-2164
  • Fax: (912) 369-0204
  • Staff Directory

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Thomas Wahl
Thomas Wahl,
Director

  • Phone: (912) 368-3911
  • Fax: (912) 408-3911
  • Staff Directory
  • Office Hours:
    Admin Offices: Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Closed: Weekends & Holidays

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Audrey McGirt,
Financial Analyst

Water Systems Management Office (More Like This)
253 Circle Dr
Midway, GA 31320
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Clenton Wells
Clenton Wells,
Public Works Director

Roads & Drainage Office (More Like This)
1079 Bacontown Rd
Midway, GA 31320
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  • Phone: (912) 884-3310
  • Fax: (912) 884-3974
  • Staff Directory
  • Office Hours:
    Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

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Glenda Roberts,
Chief Appraiser

100 N Main St
Suite 1550
Hinesville, GA 31313
  • Phone: (912) 876-3568
  • Fax: (912) 876-2870
  • Staff Directory
  • Office Hours:
    Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

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Physical Address 
201 S Main St
Suite 2200
Hinesville, GA 31313
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Mailing Address 
P.O. Box 28
Hinesville, GA 31310
  • Fax: (912) 876-3589
  • Business: (912) 876-3635
  • Staff Directory
  • Office Hours:
    Monday - Friday 8:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M. Closed for lunch 12:00 P.M. - 1:00 P.M.

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Paul Zechman
Paul Zechman,
Chief Building Official

Physical Address 
112 N Main St
Room 1200
Hinesville, GA 31313
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Mailing Address 
100 Main St
Suite 7410
Hinesville, GA 31313
  • Business: (912) 876-8454
  • Fax: (912) 876-9107
  • Staff Directory
  • Office Hours:
    Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

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Melinda Anderson
Melinda Anderson,
Chief Magistrate Judge

201 S Main St
Suite 2100
Hinesville, GA 31313
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  • Business: (912) 368-2063
  • Business Fax: (912) 876-2474
  • Staff Directory
  • Office Hours:
    Monday - Friday, Hours 8:00 am to 12:00 pm and 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm (Our Office is closed from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm for lunch)

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Ella Golden
Ella Golden,
Chief Registrar/Elections Supervisor

100 N Main St
Suite 1600
Hinesville, GA 31313
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  • Phone: (912) 876-3310
  • Staff Directory
  • Office Hours:
    Monday - Friday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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Roads & Drainage Office (More Like This)
1079 Bacontown Rd
Midway, GA 31320
  • Assistant: (912) 884-3310
  • Staff Directory
  • Office Hours:
    8-430 Monday to Friday

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  • Office Hours:
    Mon-Fri 8-5

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Glenda Roberts,
Chief Appraiser

  • Phone: (912) 876-3568
  • Staff Directory
  • Office Hours:
    Monday - Friday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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Emergency Management Office (More Like This)
100 Liberty St
Hinesville, GA 31313
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  • Staff Directory
  • Office Hours:
    Mon-Fri 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

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Reginald Pierce, Sr.
Reginald L. Pierce, Sr.,
Liberty County Coroner

Coroner's Office (More Like This)
100 Main St
Suite 1400
Hinesville, GA 31313
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  • Business: (912) 408-2101
  • Fax: (912) 408-2102
  • Staff Directory
  • Office Hours:
    Monday - Friday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM (912) 884-4490 after 5:00 PM

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