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Loose dogs are a public health and safety hazard. Since it is impossible to determine how well trained any individual dog is, Camden County requires all dogs be leashed and under the care & control of a competent person. Please remember when walking your dog(s) you are required to remove and dispose of any feces your animal deposits.
Pick up any uneaten animal food within 30 minutes, and do not throw scraps or leftovers in the yard or areas near your residence.
To help prevent wildlife from being attracted to your house or yard, do not leave food of any kind outside. If you feed cats/dogs outside, remove uneaten food after 30 minutes.
Placing screens over chimneys, and attic vents help reduce the risks associated with bat colonies, squirrels and other wildlife entering the home through those openings.
Do not let yard waste/debris stay piled up in your yard; it could attract rodents which will attract snakes.
The removal of nuisance wildlife should only be done by a licensed trapper or the Department of Natural Resources. Their number is: 912-264-7237
Contact Animal Control during regular business hours to receive information regarding the procedure to begin a barking dog complaint.
Wildlife inadvertently caught will be released on site. We do not remove wildlife.
You may submit a speaker request form online or in person prior to the start of the meeting. This form provides the Commissioners or staff with the ability to follow up with a speaker on his or her concerns. Of course, if a speaker does not complete the form, he or she will not be barred from speaking. Those who complete a form will be called first and the Chairman will ask if there is anyone else wishing to address the board prior to the close of the Public Comments section.
The Speaker Request Form is available online by following the link below:
As always, if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to call the County Clerk’s office at (912) 576-5651.
Speaker Request Form
If you would like more details regarding an agenda, a specific item featured on an agenda, or need a certified copy of official minutes please call the Office of the County Clerk at (912) 576-5651 for assistance. Agendas and Minutes
1) Divide the targeted area into sections and take a sample from each section
2) Sample depth should be 4 inches for lawns and 6 inches for gardens, ornamentals, fruit trees and wildlife plots
3) Tools used should be clean of any soil, fertilizer or lime before additional submissions are attempted and
4) Clear the ground surface of thatch and mulch before sampling
Call office for more specific details, (912) -576-3219
Please contact our Camden County Fire Rescue Headquarters at (912) 729-3911.
Yes. The Prevention Division will install a free smoke alarm to those residents that are in need. Please contact CCFR Headquarters at 912-729-3911 for more information.
1 - To cancel the writ of FiFa, if issued;2 - To mark the judgment satisfied on the court docket.
Failure to timely comply may subject the judgment creditor to monetary damages. See O.C.G.A. 9-13-80.
The Camden County Public Service Authority (PSA) maintains parks throughout Camden County. More information is available here.
Visit the Camden County Schools website for more information.
If you live in unincorporated Camden County, one recycling bin is provided and additional recycling may be left in brown paper bags (if desired).
Will collect the following recyclables: Plastic 1 & 2; Glass bottles & Jars (emptied, rinsed and lids removed); Brown bags; Metal Cans (crushed); Aluminum cans (crushed); Newspaper & Inserts; Phone Books; Corrugated cardboard (flattened & cut in 2' by 3' pieces for placement under the recycle bin).
The following items will not be picked up: pizza boxes; plastic bags; butter tubs; juice and milk cardboard cartons; egg cartons; styrofoam; magazines; catalogs; pool or other chemical containers.
If you live in the city limits of Kingsland, St. Marys, or Woodbine, please contact your municipality.
If you live in unincorporated Camden County, please contact the Curbside Collections office at 912-510-6881 or visit their website for more information. If you live inside the city limits of Kingsland, St. Marys, or Woodbine, please contact your municipality.
The Camden County Emergency Management Agency (EMA) website has information for Camden County residents.
In an emergency, please call 9-1-1.
Please note, if you need assistance that is not an emergency use the non-emergency number, 912-729-1442.