Marietta Middle School 121 Winn St NW, Marietta, GA30064 Marietta Middle School educates the city's seventh- and eighth-grade public school students, which number more than…More 1,050 students. Marietta Middle focuses on a core curriculum of language arts, reading, mathematics, science and social studies with the aim of preparing students for a successful high school experience and beyond. The sprawling campus in West Marietta once served as the city's high school. Timothy D. Jones serves as principal for this Marietta City school.
The Marietta Parks and Recreation Department manages the city's park system and recreation centers and promotes…More sports and fitness, tourism, beautification projects and environmental awareness throughout the city.
The city is the steward of 18 parks, ranging from the 25-acre Laurel Park to Monarch Park's quarter-acre butterfly garden. The city also operates two recreation centers that provide after-school activities, classes and athletics.
This department is also responsible for Keep Marietta Beautiful, all of the city's cemeteries and city-sponsored special events.
The Parks and Recreation Department is located on the third floor of Marietta City Hall. Rich Buss serves as the director of Marietta Parks and Recreation.
Marietta Power and Water, one of the state's largest community-owned utility companies, has provided low-cost…More electric power and water services to citizens of Marietta and Cobb County since 1906.
Marietta Power serves more than 45,000 electric customers in the region, while Marietta Water provides water and sewer services to more than 17,000 customers.
At the office headquarters at 675 N. Marietta Pkwy, customers can establish new service, file complaints or service orders and pay their bills. A drive-through service is also available. A drop box is available at this location and at other government locations throughout the city.
Marietta Community School is the continuing education division of Marietta City Schools. Based at Marietta High…More School, Marietta Community School provides affordable and convenient coursework ranging from job-skill development to recreational activities and driver's education.
Through a partnership with Gatlin Education Services, Marietta Community School offers online programs. The division also sponsors a summer day camp program for area school children.
The Marietta Community School office is located on the third floor of the high school.
Hickory Hill Park 400 Chestnut Hill Rd SW, Marietta, GA30064 Hickory Hill Park is a 10-acre Marietta city park that features multi-purpose fields, tennis courts, a walking trail,…More picnic pavilions and restrooms. The park, purchased from Marietta City Schools in 2006, is among the top-tier recreational areas assigned for renovations and improvements as part of a $25 million parks bond approved by voters in November 2009.
The Marietta Public Works Department builds, manages and maintains the city's roadways, streets, sewage systems and…More bridges as well as operates the city's fleet management system. The department also issues building permits for all new construction and renovations in the city and conducts building inspections to make sure existing and current construction adhere to city codes.
The Public Works Department is located on the second floor of Marietta City Hall.
Dan Conn is the current director of the Marietta Public Words Department.