Milton City Hall 13000 Deerfield Pky, Alpharetta, GA30004 Milton, one of Georgia's newest cities, picked a building in an existing single-story office complex to house municipal…More offices. Most city employees work out of these offices off Deerfield Parkway, with local residents finding their way on one side or the other of Building 100 to pay their taxes, traffic tickets or to attend a City Council meeting. The city's Police department is housed in this same office building. The city's logo, a stylized horse, shows the regard Milton has for its small-town heritage.
Alpharetta City Hall 2 S Main St, Alpharetta, GA30009 This historic building served as the courthouse for the former Milton County when it merged with Fulton County in 1932.…More The signature red brick is accented by historic markers and city seals outside. Inside, local residents can attend City Council meetings in its chambers on the first floor, which has limited accessibility. The city has its roots in New Prospect Camp Ground, a small village formed along a Cherokee Indian trail. Later it was named Milton before being renamed Alpharetta, which is taken from the Greek "Alpha," or first, and "Retta," or town - First Town.
City of Alpharetta Community Development 287 S Main St, Alpharetta, GA30009 When Alpharetta was a sleepy little town of 8,000 or so, its City Hall had room for all municipal offices. But record…More growth that pushed the population past 51,000 required the city to find more office space. That put Community Development in a shopping center a short drive south. For the past several years residents who need a building permit to renovate their homes, developers looking for help in meeting zoning requirements and small and large companies wanting to open up for business in the city have come to this corner office with its two entrances. Plenty of forms line one wall if you didn't find them online at the city's Web site.