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  • Jones County Probate Court
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    Judge Mike Greene 
    Jones Co. Probate Court
    P.O. Box 1090
    Gray, Georgia 31032
    478-986-6668(phone)
    478-986-1715 (fax)


    Renee Story,
    Civil Court Supervisor

    Yoshanda Pitts,
    Traffic Supervisor

    Judy Gordy,
    Vital Records Supervisor

    Visa and MasterCard are accepted. Please be aware that a service charge will apply.

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    The office of the Probate Court provides a variety of functions including but not limited to issuing marriage licenses, weapons carry licenses and fireworks display permits, maintaining vital records for Jones County, administering misdemeanor traffic court and probate procedures such as probate of wills, administrations and guardianships of minors and adults.  See below for more detailed information regarding these matters.  Please do not hesitate to contact our office if we can be of assistance.



    TRAFFIC

    Traffic Citations may be paid online with a debit or credit card at www.ezcourtpay.com, in the office with cash, money order or a cashier’s check, or you may mail a money order or cashier’s check to the office address at the top of this page.  NO PERSONAL CHECKS WILL BE ACCEPTED.  Payment of traffic fines must be received in the office prior to the day of your arraignment in order to avoid a court appearance.  If you wait until the day of your scheduled arraignment, then you must appear in the court to pay your citation.  Should you desire to contest your citation and have your case heard before a judge or jury, you must personally appear at your arraignment.  Your hearing will be scheduled for a later date where the officer and witnesses, if any, will be subpoenaed to testify.

    PROBATE

    Probate Court has exclusive jurisdiction over the probate of wills, administration of estates, temporary guardianship of minor wards, permanent guardianship and conservatorship over minor and adult wards, and applications for year’s support awards.  There are filing fees associated with all petitions and these fees are due upon filing.  Once you have filed your pleadings and paid the filing fees, you will be scheduled a time to appear before the Judge and have your petition heard as all matters are handled by appointment only.  Forms for these procedures and additional information are available in the office or online at www.gaprobate.gov.

    VITAL RECORDS

    Jones County Probate Court is the custodian of vital records for Jones County. You may obtain certified copies of birth and death certificates for a fee of $25.00 for the first copy, and $5.00 for each additional copy obtained at the same time for the same person.  Georgia law dictates what familial relations may obtain a birth certificate for another person.  Those relations are parent, child, spouse, grandparent and sibling.  Please contact our office for further information regarding vital records, paternity acknowledgements, legitimations, amendments and corrections, and delayed birth certificates.  As of November 2007, local custodians for vital records now have access to birth and death certificates for the entire state of Georgia and may issue certified copies for other counties.

    GEORGIA FIREARMS LICENSES

    The Probate Court issues firearms licenses, also known as “Georgia Weapons Carry License” as governed by O.C.G.A.§16-11-126 through 134. Applicants are encouraged to read the applicable law prior to making application to ensure a better understanding of your rights and responsibilities. You may obtain a copy of the applicable law in the office. Applications will be accepted on normal business days between the hours of 8:00 am and 4:30 pm. You must be a Jones County resident and provide a valid photo ID which reflects your physical Jones County address. The fee for application and fingerprint processing is $71.00 ($30.00 for RENEWALS if you already have a valid Georgia issued weapons carry license) and you may pay by cash, money order, credit/debit card or certified check payable to the Probate Court. There is a service charge to pay with a credit/debit card. Processing time varies based upon volume of applicants. The license is valid for five (5) years, at which time you must reapply for a new license. Be aware that prior convictions for certain offenses will disqualify you from obtaining a firearms license. Some of those offenses include convictions arising out of domestic violence, weapons violations and drug related offenses, if you’ve not been free from supervision for at least five (5) years.  

    SAVE PROCESSING TIME BY CLICKING ON THE LINK BELOW to complete your Weapons Carry License application.  You will receive a confirmation number upon completion which you will need to bring with you to the Probate Court office within two (2) weeks of completing the application, along with the application fee of $71.00 ($30.00 for RENEWALS if you already have a valid Georgia issued weapons carry license) and a current Georgia issued photo ID that reflects your Jones County address.  You will then be photographed, fingerprinted and the application process completed at that time and, if approved, you will receive your license in the mail within 2-3 weeks.

    Click here for Weapons Carry License Application

    MARRIAGE LICENSES

    The cost for a marriage license is $76.00 payable by cash, money order, credit/debit card or certified check payable to the Probate Court. There is a service charge to pay with a credit/debit card. If you have had at least 6 hours of marriage counseling, you may receive a license at the reduced fee of $36.00. In order to receive the reduced fee, you must provide a certificate provided by the Probate Court and completed by the counselor. Marriage License Applications will be accepted on normal business days between the hours of 8:00 am and 4:30 pm. Each applicant must be at least eighteen (18) years old and must provide a valid photo ID and a copy of your divorce decree if you have ever been divorced. If you do not have a photo ID, then you must provide at least two (2) of the following forms of identification that contain your full name and date of birth: certified birth certificate, foreign birth certificate with a certified English translation, court record, hospital admission card, selective service card, armed forces discharge papers, INS issued immigration, citizenship or alien papers, baptismal certificate or sworn affidavit by applicant attested to by two (2) people with valid photo identification.

    EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2019: All applicants 17 years of age must be lawfully emancipated and provide proof of the emancipation to obtain a marriage license, and anyone entering into a marriage with a 17 year old cannot be more than four (4) years older. NO EXCEPTIONS. No person under the age of 17 years may obtain a marriage license in the state of Georgia under any circumstances. NO EXCEPTIONS.

    SAVE WAIT TIME BY CLICKING ON THE LINK BELOW to complete your MARRIAGE LICENSE application. You will receive a confirmation number upon completion which you will need to bring with you to the Probate Court office within two (2) weeks of completing the application, along with the application fee of $76.00 and a valid photo ID. The application process will be completed at that time and you will receive your marriage license.

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    Guardianships

    Guardianship of Incapacitated Adults

    This guardianship proceeding is filed when it is believed that an individual is unable to care for his or her personal needs and/or property. Such a case is usually initiated by the next of kin. A guardian may be appointed to care for the personal needs. A conservator may be needed to help make financial decisions and take care of financial issues. The individual may need both a guardian and a conservator. You can obtain standardized forms for this proceeding in the probate court and online at www.gaprobate.gov at the Georgia Probate Court Online System.

    Under certain circumstances a petitioner may file for an emergency guardianship/conservatorship . The Petitioner must present sufficient facts to support the claim for the need for the appointment of an emergency guardian and/or conservator.

    Guardians of Minors

    A permanent guardianship may be needed for a minor with no natural or testamentary guardian. Parents are the natural guardians of their children. Guardianships of minors may be needed due to death or disability of a parent. Often a temporary guardianship of a minor child will be granted so that the child lives with a relative or family friend for a period of time. Most temporary guardianships are granted with parental consent.

    Conservatorship of Minors

    Another guardianship proceeding, the Petition for Conservatorship of a minor is filed in the probate court. Such a case is filed when a minor receives property valued at more than $15,000.00.

    Annual Returns and Status Reports

    These reports are filed by the guardians and conservators of both minors and incapacitated adults. Most reports are filed annually. Forms for filing petitions, annual returns, and status reports are available in the probate court and online at www.gaprobate.org at the Georgia Probate Court Online System.

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  • Jones County Magistrate Court
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     Judge Mike Greene,
    Chief Magistrate Judge
    Lewis J.Patterson,
    Magistrate Judge
    Ricky Lyster,
    Part-time Magistrate Judge


    Staff
    Selena Scott,
    Clerk of Court
    Amanda Leslie,
    Deputy Clerk

    Court Hearings

    **All court hearings are held on Wednesday’s @ 9:30 a.m. unless otherwise specified.**

    Contact Us

    Physical Address:
    110 South Jefferson Street
    Gray, Georgia 31032
    Mailing Address:
    P.O. Box 88
    Gray, Georgia 31032

    Telephone: (478) 986-5113
    Fax: (478) 986-6536

    Hours of Operation

    Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
    (Except for Holidays)

    **we do not close for lunch**

    Georgia Magistrate Council

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    Welcome and thank you for visiting the Jones County Magistrate Court website.

    We hope you find it helpful and informative. Should you need additional information or assistance please contact us by calling (478) 986-5113 or by fax @ (478) 986-6536.

    Services

    Civil– Statement of Claims (small claims up to $15,000), Dispossessory (evictions), Garnishments, Foreclosure of Personal Property, Abandoned Motor Vehicles, Interrogatories, and Marriage ceremonies.

    Criminal– Arrest Warrants, Pre-warrant Applications, Deposit account fraud (bad checks), Committal Hearings, First Appearance hearings (held Mon, Wed, & Fri after 5 p.m. @ the Jones County Sheriff’s Office), and County ordinances.

     

    Legal Advice

    If you plan to file a claim in the Magistrate Court or a claim has been filed against you, please be advised that neither the Judge nor the clerks can provide legal advice. Not only is it unethical and improper for the Judge or clerk to give either party legal advice, it is also illegal. If you have legal questions concerning your case, please consult the attorney of your choice.

    Filling Fees

    • STATEMENT OF CLAIM: $97.00 (INCLUDES ONE SERVICE)(ADDITIONAL SERVICE $50.00 per defendant)
    • DISPOSSESSORY: $72.00 (INCLUDES ONE SERVICE)(ADDITIONAL SERVICE $25.00 per defendant)
    • GARNISHMENT: $97.00 (INCLUDES SERVICE OF GARNISHEE)
    • FORECLOSURE OF PERSONAL PROPERTY: $97.00 (ADDITIONAL SERVICE $50.00)
    • FIFA: $9.00
    • INTERROGATORES: CONTACT CLERK OF COURT
    • PRE-WARRANT APPLICATION FEE: $20.00
    • ABANDONED MOTOR VEHICLES: $10.00
    • DEPOSIT ACCOUNT FRAUD: $20.00 PER CHECK
    • MARRIAGE CEREMONY: FREE OF CHARGE DURING BUSINESS HOURS

    (PLEASE CONTACT OUR OFFICE IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO SCHEDULE AN OFFSITE CEREMONY)

    Government Center – (478) 986-6405
    District Attorney’s Office – (478) 986-3166
    Public Defender’s Office – (478) 986-6185
    State Probation – (478) 986-6611
    Georgia Probation Mgmt. – (478) 986-0044
    Superior Court – (478) 986-6671
    Probate Court – (478) 986-6668
    Sheriff’s Department-  (478) 986-3489
    Municipal Court – (478) 986-5431
    Gray Police Department – (478) 986-5554
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  • Department Directory
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    Animal Shelter (478) 986-1427
    Board of Education (478) 986-6580
    Boys & Girls Club (478) 986-0284
    Chamber of Commerce (478) 986-1123
    City Hall (Gray) (478) 986-5433
    Commissioners’ Office (478) 986-6405
    Coroner (478) 986-1311
    County Extension (478) 986-3948
    D.F.A.C.S. (478) 986-3126
    Elections (478) 986-3222
    EMA (478) 986-6672
    Environmental Code Enforcement (478) 986-6084
    Fire 911
    Health Department (478) 986-3164
    Human Resources (478) 986-8232
    Industrial Development Authority (478) 986-1123
    Juvenile Court (478) 986-6671
    Lake Jonesco Golf Course (478) 986-3206
    Library (478) 986-6626
    Magistrate Court (478) 986-5113
    Neighborhood Service Center (478) 986-5663
    Operation Early Intervention (478) 986-0387
    Planning & Zoning (478) 986-5117
    Probate Court (478) 986-6668
    Probation Office (478) 986-6611
    Public Works (478) 986-3501
    Recreation Hwy 18 (478) 986-6075
    Recreation Hwy 49 (478) 742-3535
    Recycling Center Garrison Rd (478) 746-9033
    Recycling Center Haddock Bowen Hill (478) 932-1072
    Recycling Center Hwy 11 Monticello (478) 986-5597
    Recycling Center Hwy 18 (478) 986-2043
    Recycling Center Overland Way (478) 986-1274
    Recycling Center Rock Creek Gray Hwy (478) 745-9172
    Recycling Center Upper River Rd (478) 741-7252
    Senior Center (478) 986-6815
    Sheriff (478) 986-3489
    Superior Court (478) 986-6671
    Tax Assessors (478) 986-6300
    Tax Commissioner (478) 986-6538
    Transit (On Hwy 18 Connector) (478) 986-6432
    Water System (478) 743-3211
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  • How Do I…
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    This section is designed to help you find what you need  a little faster!

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      How do I contact the landfill?

      Jones County does not currently operate a landfill.  Jones County operates 9 Convenience centers for trash disposal.

      [1] Haddock
      119 Bowen Hill Road
      Haddock, GA 31031
      478-932-1072
      Closed Monday & Thursday
      [5] Garrison Road (Recycles motor oil)
      315 Garrison Road
      Macon, GA
      746-9033
      Closed Monday
      [2] Bradley-Wayside
      1025 Monticello Highway
      Gray, GA 31032
      478-986-5597
      Closed Monday & Thursday
      [6] Rock Creek Road
      280 Rock Creek Road
      Gray Highway
      Gray, GA 31032
      478-745-9172
      Closed Monday
      [3] Hill Top Inn
      120 Hilltop Inn Road
      Eatonton and Gray
      986-5810
      Closed Monday, Wednesday, & Thursday
      [7] Overland Way (Accepts yard debris)
      153 Overland Way
      Gray, GA
      478-986-1274
      Closed Monday
      [4] Highway 18 East
      1587 Highway 18 East
      Gray, GA 31032
      986-2043
      Closed Monday, Wednesday, & Thursday
      [8] Walnut Creek Shooting Preserve
      3378 Upper River Road
      Macon, GA
      478-741-7252
      Closed Monday & Thursday
      [9] Juliete
      1823 Round Oak Juliette Rd
      986-2041
      Closed Monday, Wednesday, & Thursday

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      How do I apply for employment with Jones County?

      Thank you for your interest in employment opportunities with Jones County Government.  Jones County is a rapidly, growing county; in order to provide the best services possible to our residents, our workforce is also growing! The Jones County Board of Commissioners always welcomes submission of employment application (required for all positions) and resumes as supplemental information to your employment application.

      Applications are also available at the Government Center building Monday through Friday, from 8:30 am until 5:00 pm. Please visit the Human Resources page for more information. 

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      How do I speak to the Code Enforcement Officer?

      To speak with the Code Enforcement Officer Tiffany Davis directly, please call (478) 986-6084.  The Code Enforcement Office is located at the Jones County Government Center  166 Industrial Blvd Gray, GA 31032.

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      How do I call for non-emergency 911 service?

      Should you need information or assistance and do not wish to contact 911, you may call the Jones County Sheriff’s Office at (478) 986-3489. As with any emergency if this is a medical emergency or life threatening emergency please dial 911 immediately.

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      How do I contact my County Commissioner?

      Please contact County Clerk regarding any questions or concerns you may have for the Board of Commissioners (i.e. board meeting agendas, meeting times and dates, being on a volunteer board, etc). The County Clerk can be reached at (478) 986-8229.  The Jones County Board of Commissioners is located at the Jones County Government Center 166 Industrial Blvd Gray, GA 31032.  The Office hours of the Clerk of Jones County are Monday-Friday 8:30 am – 5:00 pm. 

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      How do I pay my CITY traffic ticket?

      If you received a traffic ticket from a city of Gray police officer, pay your ticket at the Municipal Court located at 151 James St. Gray, GA 31032.  The hours of operation for the Gray Municipal Court are Monday – Friday 7:30 am – 5:30 pm.  You may contact the Municipal Court at (478) 986-5431

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      How do I pay my COUNTY traffic ticket?

      If you received a traffic ticket from a Jones County Sheriff’s deputy, Georgia State Patrol officer of from the department of Natural Resources, you will pay your ticket at the Jones County Probate Court Office in the Jones county Courthouse, first floor, 110 South Jefferson street., Gray, GA 31032. Office hours are Monday – Friday 8:00 am – 5:00 pm.  For more information please call (478) 986-6668.

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      How do I obtain information regarding Jury Duty?

      If you have been selected for your service as a juror and need further information regarding this service please contact the Jones County Clerk of Court at (478) 986-6671.  The Clerk of Court’s Office is located at 110 South Jefferson Street, Gray, GA 31032.  Office hours are Monday – Friday 8:00 am – 5:00 pm.  For more information please contact the Clerk of Court’s Office at (478) 986-6671.

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      How do I get information regarding a Will or Marriage license?

      Contact the Jones County Probate office at (478) 986-6668 located in the Jones County Court House at 110 South Jefferson Street, Gray, GA 31032.

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      How do I obtain a birth/death certificate?

      Contact the Jones County Probate office at (478) 986-6668 located in the Jones County Court House at 110 South Jefferson Street, Gray, GA 3103 

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      How do I obtain a vehicle tag?

      For all information regarding vehicle tags and registration, please contact the Jones County Tax Commissioner’s Office at (478) 986-6538.  The Jones Count Tax Office is located at 166 Industrial Blvd, Gray, GA 31032.

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      How do I schedule a building inspection?

      For all inquires regarding a building inspector, please call the Jones County Planning and Zoning Office at (478) 986-5117.  The Jones County Planning and Zoning Office is located at 166 Industrial Blvd, Gray, GA 31032 and are open Monday – Friday 8:00 am – 5:00 pm.

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      How do I obtain a firearm permit?

      To obtain a Georgia firearm permit, you must fill out an application at the Jones County Probate Office.  For more information please call the Jones County Probate Office at (478) 986-6668 located 110 South Jefferson Street, Gray, GA 31032

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        I am registered to vote but unsure of where my polling place is located. Where can I find this information?

        The location of your polling place is listed on your precinct card.  If you do not have one, or have misplaced your card and do not know where your polling place is located, please visit www.mvp.sos.ga.gov .  You may also contact the Jones County Elections Office at (478) 986-3222 located at 166 Industrial Blvd, Suite 102, Gray, GA 31032.

        We conduct a 3-week period of Early Voting prior to every Primary and Election.  You can vote in the Jones County Elections Office during that three week period Monday – Friday, 8:30 am until 5:00 pm.  Anyone that takes advantage of the Early Voting will come into the Office.  If you vote on election day, you must go to your assigned precinct.

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        I have not voted in a while, how can I find out if I am still eligible to vote?

        If you have not voted in a while, please visit www.mvp.sos.ga.gov.  You may also contact the Jones County Elections Office at (478) 986-3222 located at 166 Industrial Blvd, Suite 102, Gray, GA  31032.  Please remember that you must be registered to vote 30 days prior to the election to be eligible to vote. The 30 days also applies to having your name changed or your address changed on your voter registration information.

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        I’ve recently moved. Am I still eligible to vote at my old precinct?

        Voters are required to notify the Board of Elections of their county of residence whenever they move.  To verify your current registration information, please visit www.mvp.sos.ga.gov.  You may also contact the Jones County Elections Office at (478) 986-3222 located at 166 Industrial Blvd, Suite 102, Gray, GA  31032.  Please remember that you must be registered to vote 30 days prior to the election to be eligible to vote. The 30 days also applies to having your name changed or your address changed on your voter registration information.

        We conduct a 3 week period of Early Voting prior to every Primary and Election.  You can vote in the Jones County Elections Office during that three week period Monday – Friday, 8:30 am until 5:00 pm.  Anyone that takes advantage of the Early Voting will come into the Office.  If you vote on election day, you must go to your assigned precinct.

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        I recently moved. How do I change my address?

        If you need to file a change of address with the Jones County Board of Elections and Voter Registration Office, you can complete the back of your precinct card and mail it to the office.  If you no longer have your precinct card, you may print off a voter registration application and mail it to the Jones County Board of Elections and Voter Registration Office.   The mailing address is PO Box 1417, Gray, GA  31032.   If you hold a valid Georgia Driver’s License, you may complete the change online at www.sos.ga.gov .   Click on the elections tab at the top of the page.  If the request is done within 30 days of an Election, the change will not take effect until after the Election. Please contact the Jones County Board of Elections and Voter Registration Office at 478-986-3222 if you have questions about Election deadline dates.  The Jones County Board of Elections and Voter Registration Office is located at 166 Industrial Blvd, Suite 102, Gray, GA 31032.

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    • Board of Commissioners
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      Pictured left to right Sam Kitchens, Vice Chairman/ District 1, Jonathan Pitts, District 2, Chris Weidner, Chairman, Tommy Robinson, District 3, Daylon Martin, District 4
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      It is the mission of the Jones County Board of Commissioners to exercise the powers, duties and responsibilities vested in and imposed upon it as the duly constituted governing authority of Jones County. The Board sets direction and formulates policies for the county government and entrusts the leadership of the county administrator to adhere to and enforce such policies and to ensure provision of the highest quality services to both its internal (employees) and external (citizens) customers. The Board embraces the opportunity to respond to the needs and concerns of the citizens; and to conduct business in an open and professional manner.

      The commission meets in regular session twice a month on the first and third Tuesdays at 6:00 p.m. Commission Zoning Hearings are held the first Tuesday of the month beginning at 6:00 p.m. with the regular session meeting immediately following. Commissioner Committees meet on an as needed basis.

      *Agendas are finalized the Thursday before the meetings and posted on the county bulletin board at the Government Center, emailed to the Jones County News, and posted on the county’s web site. A summary agenda of all actions taken at the meeting is posted on the web site and bulletin board within 48 hours following the meeting. To be placed on the agenda or if you have any questions, you may call the county clerk at (478) 986-8230. Please go to the clerk’s page to download a form that may be faxed to request to be placed on the agenda. We respectfully asked that all information that you would like to distribute to the commissioners at the meeting be sent to the County Clerk no later than Friday afternoon prior to the Tuesday Commissioner Meetings. The Clerk will make copies for you and include them in the commissioners’ meeting notebooks along with all of their other meeting documentation.

      The Board of Commissioners established Commissioner Committees in 2009. The committees will have the opportunity to thoroughly research and study the issues that go before the board prior to their business meetings. Having more detailed research available with recommendations from the committees when coming into the business meetings will provide a time management aspect as they conduct the county’s business. Chairman Hawkins innovatively introduced the concept to the Board in an effort to make more informed decisions and better manage the projects that come before them.

       

      How many Commission members do we have in Jones County? Answer: The board of commissioners of Jones County shall be composed of a chairperson and four other members. The chairperson is elected by the entire county. For purposes of electing the four other members of the board, Jones County is divided into four commission districts.

      What is a Commission District? Answer: Each Commission District is a specified geographic area determined by County Commissioners.  The districts change after the census is taken every ten years.  The areas are based on population and all the districts have equivalent populations based on the most recent census.

      Who determines the Commission District? Answer:  Commission district lines are developed and approved by Jones County Commissioners and then forwarded to the U. S. Department of Justice for final approval.  The district lines are evaluated every ten years after the Census Count is finalized.

      How can I find out what Commission District I am in? Answer: There are a multiple ways to find your Commission District.  If you have your Voter Registration card, you can find your district listed on it. If you need more help, you can contact the Voter Registration office and they can assist you.

      Who is my Commission Member? Answer:  Your Commission member is determined by the District in which you live.  Your Commission District is located on your registration card.   Match your District Number with the name of the Commissioner member adjacent to it as listed below.

      Chairman                       Chris Weidner

      District #1                      Sam Kitchens

      District #2                      Jonathan Pitts

      District #3                      Tommy Robinson

      District #4                      Daylon Martin

      How can I contact my Commission members? Answer: This website has a list of all members of Jones County Commissioners.  Additionally, you can call and speak to the County Clerk who will contact the Commissioners member for you.

      Who can run for Commission? Answer:  A person must be a minimum age of 18 years old; must be a resident of the county and/or district at the time of the election; must not have pledge guilty or been convicted of a felony in this state or in another state or pledge guilty or been convicted of driving under the suspension of a license or driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol within the past ten years.

      Who works for the Commissioners? Answer:  Jones County Council has two employees.  They are the County Administrator and the County Clerk.

      Do the elected officials such as the Sheriff, Coroner, Solicitor, Clerk of Court, Probate Judge, or any elected official work for Jones County Commission? Answer:  No, they do not work for Jones County Commissioners.  They are elected officials and must answer to the voters, state laws, and local laws.  

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    Jones County, Georgia
    P.O. Box 1359
    Gray, Georgia 31032-1359
    Office: (478) 986-6405
    Fax: (478) 986-6462

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