On July 31, 2012, the voters of Macon and Bibb County approved House Bill 1171, which would create a consolidated Macon-Bibb County government that would begin in January 2014 and replace the current City of Macon, Bibb County, and Payne City. Between September 2012 and January 2014, a 15-member Transition Task Force is holding public meetings to take a deliberate and in-depth look at how government is currently operated, identify best practices from across the state and country, and build a new government that is truly focused on moving our community forward.
Throughout this public process, it is essential for the Transition Task Force to communicate directly with the public, both providing information and seeking feedback, in order to ensure that Macon-Bibb County is created as a new government focused on serving the public, rather than a merging of two governments.
To do that, we need to know what you're most interested in learning, what issues you believe need to be addressed by the Task Force, and how you want to receive that information. Please take a few minutes to fill out the below survey. Your responses will help us better focus our communication efforts to make sure you remain informed.