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Stable 41 Pavilion

Stable 41 Pavilion is centrally located in the downtown historic district. The pavilion hosts a number of events throughout the year including our Stable 41 Market and Christmas in Fort O festivities. 

The Stable 41 Market provides the community with direct access to high quality, local food and goods, as well as a place for the community to gather together and enjoy a variety of local entertainment.

Christmas in Fort O information will be available soon for 2024!

Official Stable 41 Market Website

Find more information about events, vendors, and how to participate!

View Stable 41 Market Website

The Stable 41 Market is a marketplace that seeks to establish opportunities for local farmers and small, growing businesses by providing quality goods to customers.

Participation as a market vendor is open to farmers, bakers, makers, artisans, and anyone who creates, grows, or arranges their own products  within a 100-mile radius of Fort Oglethorpe, Georgia.

The City of Fort Oglethorpe’s Stable 41 Market was selected and awarded a Farmers Market Promotion Program (FMPP) Grant through the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) in 2022. This is a three-year award that will assist in funding our Stable 41 Market located in the historic district of Fort Oglethorpe at 214 First Street.

Stable 41 Market was accepted into Wholesome Wave Georgia’s Fresh for Less program for the 2023 season, which will allow the market to match SNAP shoppers’ purchases dollar-for-dollar on locally grown fruits and vegetables for free. This program is free for SNAP shoppers.

Stable 41 Market was the 2023 recipient of the AgGeorgia Farm Credit’s Farmers Market Grant. 

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Garbage pick-up is a service that the City of Fort Oglethorpe contracts out with Republic Services. The City provides each household with one cart that is scheduled to be picked up once per week.
For questions regarding Garbage Service, call (706) 866-2544, Extension 3.

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The City of Fort Oglethorpe is required to comply with the Clean Water Act under the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Phase II MS4 Stormwater Permit and is administered by the Georgia Department of Natural Resources Environmental Protection Division (EPD). The goal is to stop polluted discharges from entering the storm drains and local waterways.

The City is only responsible to maintain stormwater drainage facilities, including pipes, outfalls, catch basins, headwalls and detention ponds, that are located in the public-right-of-way, or on city owned property.

Maybe. The best approach is to contact our Stormwater Department staff and they will go out and analyze the area where the water flows to make a professional determination on whether it’s a stream/creek, or a stormwater channel that has intermittent water flow that requires a buffer. An ephemeral stream, which is a stormwater channel that only has flow in it immediately after a rainfall, does not need to be buffered.

When more than an acre, or more than 5,000 square feet of impervious surface is disturbed, a permit is required through the state and city.

Full compliance with the City’s Unified Development Code Article 6 and other applicable regulations shall be required. A Registered Professional Engineer or Registered Land Surveyor shall provide an elevation certificate and other applicable requirements to certify that the design and methods of construction are in accordance with accepted standards of practice for meeting the provisions of the City’s Unified Development Code and Other applicable regulations.

Purchase flood insurance. Homeowner’s insurance typically does not cover flood damage. Flood insurance supplements your homeowner’s insurance. Just a few inches of water can cause costly damage to your walls, floors, furniture, carpet and appliances. A presidential disaster declaration is not required for you to file a flood insurance claim. Learn more about the benefits of flood insurance visit Fema.gov and FloodSmart.org.

The owner of the property where a detention pond is located is responsible for maintenance of the pond. Some ponds are located on commercial property and some on residential property. In subdivisions where ponds are located and deeded to a party other than a homeowner, maintenance is typically the responsibility of the Homeowners Association or a designated property management company. In all cases, the owners of the property where the ponds are located are responsible for maintaining them to ensure proper functioning. The City of Fort Oglethorpe is responsible only for stormwater structures which are located within the City right-of-way or City owned property.

One of the most common additions people make to their cars in order to keep the heat out is a windshield visor. Cars become warm in the summer because direct sunlight enters in through the windows. This is why we park in the shade whenever we can. Since the largest windshield.

Jason Clark

Stormwater Inspector

(706) 866-2544 Ext: 1206
jclark@fortoglethorpega.gov

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One of the most common additions people make to their cars in order to keep the heat out is a windshield visor. Cars become warm in the summer because direct sunlight enters in through the windows. This is why we park in the shade whenever we can. Since the largest windshield.In fact, wind is becoming cheap enough in many places in the U.S. and around the world to compete effectively with fossil fuels.

One of the most common additions people make to their cars in order to keep the heat out is a windshield visor. Cars become warm in the summer because direct sunlight enters in through the windows. This is why we park in the shade whenever we can. Since the largest windshield.In fact, wind is becoming cheap enough in many places in the U.S. and around the world to compete effectively with fossil fuels.

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