Our staff is committed to ensuring a high quality of life for current and future generations living in Athens-Clarke County by providing safe and efficient:
Roadways, bikeways, and walkways
Traffic control and guidance systems
Public stormwater collection and conveyance systems
Georgia Power and Athens-Clarke County have recently begun a project to convert about 4,300 roadway lights to light-emitting diode technology (LED). These new lights are powered by a high pressure sodium technology to provide a better spectrum of light to see street signs, bicycles and pedestrians, as well as, to reduce hot spots and dark areas for drivers. Their lifespan extends to 20,000 hours longer and are monitored remotely, allowing workers to quickly fix any malfunctions. LED lights contain no toxic chemicals or other dangers to the environment and are 100% recyclable.
Roadway lights maintained by power companies other than Georgia Power will not be converted.
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