On November 7, voters across DeKalb County will consider ballot measures that will impact their taxes, as well as potentially funding projects in their community. In Tucker, those votes could mean millions of dollars spent on road and drainage improvements, parks and recreation and other projects through the SPLOST.
With Hurricane Nate making landfall this weekend along the Gulf Coast, officials here in the City of Tucker are assessing the possibility of severe weather in our area.
Tucker’s City Council met Wednesday night at the City Hall Annex for their first meeting of the month of September – a gathering that was delayed two days by severe weather. Mayor Auman welcomed two new faces to City business, administering oaths of office to Bonnie Warne and Steve Smith.
Want proof that the people of Tucker are among the most active and civically engaged of any city in Georgia? Look no further than the first-ever citywide Tucker Town Hall Meeting. On January 24, nearly 300 Tucker residents and business owners packed the cafeteria at Tucker Middle School to participate in a program that was designed to give them a chance to get to know city leaders and staff, as well as to learn about some of the immediate priorities of the City.
The City of Tucker invites you to meet your elected representatives and city staff at our first-ever Town Hall Meeting on Tuesday, January 24 at the cafeteria inside Tucker Middle School (2160 Idlewood Road).
It's true - Tucker has been around for a long time and seen more than its fair share of winter weather. But this weekend's Winter Storm Helena is a milestone: our first major snow event as an incorporated city. We want to document this! Whether it's snowmen, snow angels or snowball fights, we want your snow pictures to preserve for history.