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It shall be unlawful for the owner or person in possession of any dog to allow the same upon the public streets, except on a leash, accompanied by an individual, or enclosed within a vehicle, cage, carton, crate, box or other suitable container to prevent escape.
Those individuals who serve on the Mitchell Fire Department do so on a voluntary basis. When you see a fire fighter around town, give 'em a high five or a simple thank you to show your appreciation.
The Town of Mitchell was named after Robert M. Mitchell, President of the Augusta Southern Railroad.
Per the Georgia Forestry Commission, a permit is required for burning all Natural Vegetation that is hand piled, including leaf piles on the premises that they fall, existing small clearings to plant vegetable and flower gardens, and vegetative debris disposal from storm damage, weed abatement, disease and/or pest prevention. A hand piled permit does not include the burning of debris generated by machine clearing of an area for the purpose of establishing a garden spot or land clearing. This type of activity is considered a land type change and is subject to the EPD land clearing burning rules and may require the use of an Air Curtain Destructor depending on the county in which you live.
You may obtain a burning permit by clicking the link below or calling:
Fires should not be initiated before 8:00 a.m. and should be completely extinguished before dark.
12152 Main St, Mitchell, Georgia 30820, United States