Fayette County: Board of Commissioners Meeting
WHAT: As established by the Georgia Constitution and the Official Code of Georgia, County Commissioners in this State, including Fayette County, are charged with the responsibility of providing a system of local government services designed to “protect the health, safety, and welfare” of their citizens. County Commissioners are empowered to make policy and pass laws, if necessary, in order to meet their responsibilities. Learn More
Fayette County Democrats are encouraged to attend this bimonthly meeting. With a near 50/50 County political divide yet only 20/80 Democrat-Republican representation, every underrepresented face and voice helps our lone Democratic Commissioner fight for your values when deciding the future of Fayette County.
WHEN: The Fayette County Board of Commissioners Meeting is held on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month. Click here to view the 2022 FCBOC Meeting Schedule
WHERE: The Fayette County Administrative Complex, 140 Stonewall Avenue West, Suite 100 (Public Meeting Room), Fayetteville, GA 30214.
The Fayette County Board of Commissioners meeting is available to livestream on the day of the event. Click here to see all past recordings.
Location: 108 Brookwood Path, Peachtree City, GA
Don't Be Afraid to Show Up
Why wait until books are being banned in your libraries and schools? Work now to prevent an ever-growing radical coalition from taking over your local government. The time to Flip Fayette is now.
Every. Single. Person. Helps. We want to push our home over the edge and extend the blue borders of metro Atlanta further into the exurbs.
We don’t want a Marjorie Taylor Green type down in South Atlanta, so we have to put in the work NOW to prevent something like that from ever happening.
Why Get Involved?
Fayette County has grown so Democratic over the last 15 years that it now sits a coinflip. We have a chance to flip BLUE for the first time since the era of Dixiecrats, this time as a party working to protect the rights of everybody. There’s only one group left in local politics that governs in reality, and it’s not them.