Annual 4th of July Fireworks Extravaganza
Wednesday, July 4, 2018, Begins at 5:30 PM
The 19th Annual Roswell Fireworks Extravaganza will be held at Roswell High School on the front lawn. This wonderful Roswell tradition is a great family event filled with live stage performances, a Kids Zone and great food! You won't want to miss Roswell's largest community celebration! Bring your picnic blankets, chairs, and the entire family. However, dogs are not allowed at this event. (Roswell High is a drug, alcohol and tobacco free school).
- 5:30 PM: Kids Zone with giant Inflatables, carnival games, prizes and music.
- Purchase tickets at ticket booth. $1 for one ticket, or $10 for 12 tickets OR purchase a $20 wristband for unlimited inflatables, carnival games, and tattoo/face paint (excludes balloons and food items).
- Inflatables and games range from one to three tickets each.
- Checks accepted. Make payable to City of Roswell.
- 5:30 PM: Food Trucks
- 6:00 PM: Live Music
- Spectacular Fireworks Begin at Dark*
PerformancesFaceBook feed for updates.
2018 Fulton County Property Assessment Notices To Be Mailed May 22 *** Fulton County property owners should expect to receive 2018 Property Assessment Notices after they are mailed tomorrow, May 22. Assessments will also be available online at http://fultonassessor.org. The Notice of Assessment is NOT a bill. You will receive a tax bill later in the year after city, county & school millage (property tax) rates are set. You may appeal your assessment within 45 days if you do not believe it represents the fair market value of your property. According to Fulton County, property in the county is becoming more valuable and most property owners will see an increase in value. Learn more at ttp://fultonassessor.org. *About The City of Roswell Portion of Your Property Taxes* *** The property taxes you pay each year are paid to Fulton County, Fulton County Schools, and the City of Roswell. The amount of tax you will owe to the City—which historically, has accounted for approximately 16 percent of your total property tax bill—is determined by multiplying your assessment (determined by Fulton County) by the City’s millage rate (property tax rate). The City of Roswell has not yet determined its millage rate because it is waiting to see what the county’s tax digest is. At that point, Mayor and City Council will take the County digest into consideration as it works together to determine what the City’s millage rate will be. This process will include three public hearings, which residents are encouraged to attend. The dates of these meetings are yet to be determined; the City will publicize the dates as soon as they are available.
It's National Bike Month! Last Friday, Mayor Lori Henry, Sean Groer - Roswell City Council Post 3, City of Roswell staff, and members of Bike Roswell road from Roswell Area Park, to Crazy Love Coffee House, and then on to City Hall to celebrate this special month and National Bike to Work Day!
Come out to Riverside Park this Friday to find an array of food trucks, entertainment, and fun for the whole family! Sponsored by Atlanta Plays It Forward http://roswellgov.com/government/departments/recreation-and- parks/news-events/family-food-truck-fridays