Open Records

The City of Rincon has designated the City Clerk as the City’s Open Records Officer.
Open Records Request Form

If you would like to submit a written request to the City for public records,
please direct your request to Dulcia King, City Clerk.

By mail or hand-deliver to the attention of:
Dulcia King, City Clerk

Mail:
City of Rincon
PO Box 232
Rincon, GA 3132
Hand delivery:
302 S. Columbia Ave.
Rincon, GA 31326
Facsimile:
Dulcia King, City Clerk
(912) 826-2083
E-mail:
dking@cityofrincon.com
Open Records Request Form

Outdoor Watering Schedule

The EPD Director has placed the entire state of Georgia under a non-drought schedule for outdoor water use.
Under a non-drought schedule, outdoor water use is allowed three days a week on assigned days using odd and even-numbered addresses.

  • Odd-numbered addresses can water on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays.
  • Even-numbered and unnumbered addresses are allowed to water on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays.

Water use may occur at any time of the day on the assigned days, but to be water efficient, landscape watering should not occur between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. The non-drought schedule is included in the Rules for Outdoor Water Use.

CITY OF RINCON
Public Notice

The City of Rincon will begin disinfecting the drinking water with chloramines, beginning on April 15, 2011, at midnight. Utility systems have used chloramines for decades because of their lack of taste and odor, their ability to last in the distribution system, and their excellent disinfection properties. Chloramines are highly effective in reducing disease-causing organisms that can be carried in drinking water. Water disinfected with chloramines is safe for bathing, drinking, cooking, and all everyday uses.

Please note that chloramines cannot be used in aquariums or in kidney dialysis machines. Chloramines, like chlorine, must be removed from water that goes into kidney dialysis machines or fish tanks. Those utilizing dialysis machines should contact their medical professional for further information. Pet stores can provide aquarium owners with a dechloraminating chemical or a granular activated carbon filter to remove chloramines effectively from fish tanks.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact City Hall at (912) 826-5745.