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Business License

The City of Smiths Station Business License renewals are due January 1 and delinquent after January 31 each calendar year.

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City Calendar

Find out what upcoming events are happening in Smiths Station.

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Code Enforcement

The Smiths Station Code Enforcement Division is committed to ensuring that all municipal regulations are followed.

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Public Works

The Public Works Department conducts road patching, right-of-way maintenance, resolves storm water issues & provides traffic light technical maintenance.

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City Clerk

Resolutions, ordinances and agendas and information about city clerk as the direct contact for placement on the preferred bid list, request for public records.

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Parks & Recreation

Learn more about our parks & recreation and how you can reserve one of our facilities.

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Solid Waste

Solid Waste pick-up is only available to residents within the City limits. Normal pick up days are Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday.

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Mayor & Council

The City of Smiths Station operates under a Mayor-City Council form of government.

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Boards & Commissions

Information about our Planning Commission, Zoning Board of Adjustment and Historic Preservation Commission.

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Planning & Zoning

The Planning Department is responsible for the administration of the City’s Zoning Ordinance, Subdivision Regulations, Storm Water Program, Illicit Discharge Detection and Elimination, Construction and Post Construction, Erosion and Sediment Control, and Flood Plain Administration.

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Our History

Smiths Station was first settled in 1738. The Central Of Georgia Railway was extended through the community from Columbus, Georgia to Opelika, Alabama in 1845.

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City News

Find out what's happening in Smiths Station by visiting our blog.

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Our News

Open Top Dumpsters Available for Citizens on Second and Fourth Weekends of Each Month

By Morgan Bryce Communications Director Starting last week, open top dumpsters are available for Smiths Station Citizens Only to dispose of additional bulk waste that does not fit in a […]

Our News

City Names Taylor Verbowski as New Planning and Zoning Administrator

By Morgan Bryce Communications Director Effective June 9, 2022, Taylor Verbowski assumed the role of Planning and Zoning Administrator for the City of Smiths Station. Verbowski has spent the last […]


Market Day 2022