The Town of Lyerly's Headlines
7/10/14 Sidewalk construction is underway along Highway 114 from Hammond Street to Foster Street.
11/2/13 The new sidewalk connecting downtown Lyerly to Angus Mcleod Memorial is now open to pedestrians and cyclists. We hope everyone enjoys a safe way to walk/bike to the park!!! Pics of sidewalk below;
4/4/13 More exciting news for Lyerly, the town was recently awarded a grant of $99,700.00 from the GA
Department of Natural Resources-Recreational Trails Grant Program. The money will be used for improvements and access points on the Lower Chattooga River Canoe/Kayak Trail which starts in Lyerly at the Lyerly Dam Bridge. The trail will be 7.5 miles long and have three access points. Construction of the trail has been a joint venture of the Town of Lyerly and Chattooga County and the Coosa River Basin Initiative also recently became a partner on the project.
Updates on infrastructure projects:
CDBG- construction completed!
GEFA- construction completed!
Lyerly/Summerville EIP Project 12" line to Mohawk (part of ARC grant)-
Sewer pond upgrades (part of ARC grant)- construction completed!
Lift station to provide sewer to Smith Ironworks (part of ARC grant)-
Lift station and forced main along HWY 114 are complete. Waiting on GA Power to set pole and run lines.
The Town of Lyerly, in beautiful Chattooga County, Georgia, has the small town charm of the old days. The town provides water & sewer service for it's citizens and water service to a large area outside the town limits as well as fire protection to the town and a large area surrounding it. The Town has a wonderful park with a walking track, pavilion, and two baseball fields. Lyerly is also home to Lyerly Elementary school, a K-8 school that has been here since 1889. Feel free to look around our site by clicking the tabs on the left. If you have suggestions or comments use the "Contact Us" tab.
The Town of Lyerly would like to say thanks to our employees for their continued dedication and hard work. We don't have the resources of bigger cities and towns but our employees keep a positive attitude, are dependable, and always come up with creative solutions to the tasks they are challenged with.
Thank you for a job well done!
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