City of Bloomingdale
8 W Hwy 80  -  P.O. Box 216
(912)748-0970
AFTER HOURS GRINDER CALL NUMBER: (912)433-0040
THIS IS FOR SEWER PUMPS ONLY! 
GRINDER CALLS MONDAY - FRIDAY
8:00AM TO 4:30PM / 912-748-0268
E-Verify ID # 141227


PLEASE DROP ALL CHECK PAYMENTS IN THE MAIL SLOT/DROP BOX.

**KEEP YOUR SIDE OF THE PAYMENT STUB**


ONLY CASH PAYMENTS WILL BE ACCEPTED THROUGH THE WINDOW.


ALL CREDIT CARD PAYMENTS WILL BE TAKEN OVER THE PHONE.

CALL CITY HALL AT 912-748-0970

​The City of Bloomingdale is committed to our customers. We understand there is uncertainty during this time. If you are concerned about your water bill, please call City Hall at 
912-748-0970. We will talk with you one on one to find a solution.


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BLOOMINGDALE'S ISO FIRE RATING  3/3X
PROPERLY RETIRE YOUR WORN AMERICAN FLAGS!!

Drop off worn American flags at City Hall. Flags will be properly retired by the American Legion Post 322.
CodeRED 
Community Notification Enrollment
Please click the CodeRED picture to take you to the CodeRed site to fill in the appropriate information so you can be notified by your local emergency response team in the event of emergency situations or critical community alerts. Examples include: evacuation notices, bio-terrorism alerts, boil water notices, garbage pick up and missing child reports, etc. 


For questions or concerns please contact Charles D. Akridge, City Administrator at cakridge@bloomingdale-ga.gov
Public Notice

Beginning May 14, 2020 access to City Hall will be limited to the Public until further notice. Meetings with City Hall Staff will be BY APPOINTMENT ONLY for the foreseeable future.

Municipal Court questions can be addressed by calling the Police Dept at 
912-748-0970.
Storm Response Pandemic Preparations

Georgia Power constantly monitors changing weather conditions and is prepared to respond to service interruptions that might occur because of severe weather while taking proactive actions including special “distancing” and other precautions to help protect customers and employees from the spread of the virus.
The company’s investments in Smart Grid technology and increased automation in recent years mean an increased ability to more quickly isolate outages to smaller numbers of customers and reroute power remotely for improved reliability. In addition, the company’s comprehensive pandemic plans help ensure readiness of the critical personnel and facilities necessary to continue providing the safe and reliable energy customers expect and deserve.

Ways you can help keep workers safe while they work in the field:
If you see utility crews, please stay back a minimum of six feet – much more if they are working.
Please, no cookies or treats for workers during this time. Give a wave or thumbs up to workers you see. They’ll understand your gratitude as they work to keep the lights on.
Don’t touch utility trucks or equipment. Electric providers are operating under modified conditions to keep workers safe, which includes additional cleaning and sanitation of tools and equipment.

Additional Georgia Power Tools You Can Use 
Outage Alerts: Subscribe to the free Georgia Power Outage Alert service to receive personalized notifications and updates via text message.
Outage & Storm Center: At www.georgiapower.com/storm, customers can sign up for Outage Alerts, report and check the status of outages, and access useful safety tips and information. Customers can also report and check the status of an outage 24 hours a day by contacting Georgia Power at 888-891-0938. 
Georgia Power Mobile App: Download the Georgia Power mobile app for Apple and Android devices to access storm and outage information on the go.
@GeorgiaPower on Twitter: Follow @GeorgiaPower on Twitter for storm tips, outage updates, customer service and more.