Early voting for the General Runoff Election begins Monday, December 14th and runs through Thursday, December 31st. You can vote between 8 AM and 5 PM at either Building G3 (610 Ronald Reagan Drive, Evans) or at the former Euchee Creek Library (5907 Euchee Creek Drive, Grovetown). More voting Information can be found on the Board of Elections PageBắn cá quay hũ.  


Looking for something fun to do with the family this holiday season? Check out the  where you can explore residential light displays, visit the winter wonderland at Evans Towne Center Park, or create your own tour with the "Directions" tool.


Evans ranked #1 by Money  as Best Place to Live 2020-2021. Read more about it here

Press Enter to show all options, press Tab go to next option

Whether you are moving from one neighborhood to another neighborhood in Columbia County or to Columbia County from another county, there are details that need to be taken care of, such education, utilities, voting, driver’s license and tags, and health and safety.


Bắn cá quay hũColumbia County School District serves Appling, Evans, Grovetown, Harlem, and Martinez, Georgia. The district has a total of 31 schools which is made up of 18 elementary schools, 8 middle schools, and 5 high schools.

Columbia County School District is the 17th largest school district in Georgia. Elementary School has the 4th highest College & Career Ready Performance Index (CCRPI) among the top 20 largest districts. Middle School has the 6th highest CCRPI Score and high school has the 3rd highest CCRPI Score among the top 20 largest districts.

Student to Teach Ratio by Grade

Grade Ratio
Kindergarten 19:1
1st – 3rd 19:1

4th – 5th

6th – 8th 25:1
9th – 12th 25:1

Bắn cá quay hũ For information about school districts, call the Board of Education at (706) 541-0650.


Utility Services

Water Utility

Water service is provided by the Columbia County Water Utility for Martinez and Evans residents, an unincorporated community. You may telephone the Customer Service Office at 706-863-6928 or drop by their office at 2140 William Few Parkway, Grovetown, between 8 AM and 5 PM, Monday through Friday.

Bắn cá quay hũIf you are moving to the City of Grovetown, water and sanitation services are provided by the city. You can contact Grovetown City Hall at 706-863-4576. If you are moving to the City of Harlem, you can contact Harlem City Hall at 706-556-3448.

Electric Service

Residential Customer Service: 1-888-660-5890
Bắn cá quay hũ Hours are Monday through Friday from 7 AM - 9 PM (EST).

Natural Gas

Hours are Monday – Friday 7 AM – 8 PM and Saturday 8 AM – 5 PM (EST).

Hours are Monday – Friday 8 AM – 7 PM and Saturday 8 AM – 5 PM (EST).

Trash & Recycling

Columbia County does not provide garbage pickup service. However, residents can contact the Customer Service & Information Center by calling 3-1-1 or 706-868-3375 for a list of service providers in Columbia County. For more information regarding trash and recycling, please visit the Trash & Recycling Guide.

Phone, TV & Internet

For a list of service providers in our area, residents can contact the Customer Service & Information Center by calling 3-1-1 or 706-868-3375.

Click on or for additional service providers in our area.


To find out more information about your local and state representatives as well as which polling location you are in, please visit Voting and Results.

Drivers License & Tags

  • For tag information, contact the Tax Commissioners Motor Vehicle Division at 706-868-6884
  • For information, call the local Department of Drivers Services at 1-866-754-3687
  • For , call the Department of Natural Resources Office at 1-800-366-2661.
  • are registered at the Tax Commissioners Motor Vehicle Division

Health & Safety

There are many options when it comes to health care in this area.

The Columbia County Health Department is located at and can be reached at 706-868-3330.


All of the hospitals are located in Augusta:


To find out about neighborhood watches, call the Sheriff's Office Community Services Division at 706-541-2856.