Powder Springs City Hall 4484 Marietta St, Powder Springs, GA30127 In 1951, the original wooden City Hall building was replaced with a brick one which provided offices for the City…More Council, police and fire officials. The brick building was knocked down in 1994 for parking space for the new City Hall building. Powder Springs City Council has a mayor, three council members which are each over a ward of the city and two at-large council members. Originally incorporated in 1838 under the name Springville, the city was renamed Powder Springs in 1859.
Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses, Lost Mountain Congregation 215 County Rd SW, Marietta, GA30064 Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses, Lost Mountain Congregation is located on County Road, just off Highway 120 (Dallas…More Highway) in Marietta, GA. This community focuses on bible study and doctrine. It has four locations in the immediate area: the Butler Creek, West Marietta, French Marietta and Lost Mountain congregations.
Powder Springs Senior Center 4181 Atlanta St, Powder Springs, GA30127 This senior center, part of the George E. Ford Cultural Arts and Community Center, is bustling with activities, from…More cards, dancing, quilting and Bible studies to exercise classes and choir. The Ford Center has several other buildings, including the Powder Springs Library, a reception hall and the soon-to-be-open Cultural Arts Center.
Coach George E. Ford Cultural Arts and Community Center of Powde 4181 Atlanta St, Powder Springs, GA30127 The Ford center has four main features: The Powder Springs Library, a senior center and a reception hall. The fourth,…More the Cultural Arts Center, is still under construction. There is a wall at the center with the names of local veterans engraved in its bricks.