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Check out all our applications online for further information: https://ga-libertycounty.civicplus.com/215/Building-Permit-Packets
Visit the Georgia D Firm site http://www.georgiadfirm.com/
Applications are accepted year-round. However, April 1 is the deadline for submission and approval for the year of application.
For traffic tickets issued by the Liberty County Sheriff’s Office, you can pay in person at the County Courthouse or you can pay the ticket online and search by ticket number or driver’s license number.
To provide customers quick and easy access to useful resources that are consistent with the County’s mission, and to avoid any perception that the County endorses or provides favorable treatment to any private person or entity, the County is limiting linking to external websites from within the County website
The following types of links will be allowed from the County website:
If your organization or agency meets the criteria, please send an email to Clint Stanley and request your link be included on the County website. The Liberty County Information Technology Department will review your page’s content and verify that it meets the requirements of our linkage policy. You will be notified by email if your link request has been approved or rejected.
Each case is very different. After reviewing the Magistrate Court section, contact the Atlantic Judicial Circuit (AJC) Public Defender’s Office at 912-369-6338.
If our office is representing you, any of our staff attorneys may appear with you in court.
Our office may change the specific attorney that is handling your case, but the Atlantic Judicial Circuit Public Defender’s Office (the Office) will be your legal counsel. You may not choose which Public Defender will represent you. You may contact our office at 912-369-6338.
Here is a list of the various permit fees:
Personal property in Liberty County is assessed at 40% of the property’s fair market value.
If you have any questions about personal property, please call the Liberty County Board of Assessors at 912-876-2823.
In order to address the Board, you must first request to be placed on the agenda for the respective meeting. Potential agenda topics are evaluated to ensure their appropriateness for presentation to the Board. Cut-off dates for submission of items is noon on the last Wednesday of the month. In the case of special called meetings, agenda cut-off dates will be established.
To find out who your Commissioner is, call the Elections Office at 912-876-3310. An electronic search will be available on this website soon.
Regular meetings are held on the first Tuesday of each month at 6 pm in the Commissioners’ Board Room, second floor of the Courthouse Annex.
Our Hinesville Office is located inside the Liberty County Courthouse (the older courthouse building) on the second floor. Stepping out of the elevator, our office is around the corner to the right. Please come in and have a seat in the reception area until we may assist you.
Currently, you do not need a permit to replace shingles; however, if you are altering any structural member of the roof a permit may be required.
Please contact the Georgia Department of Revenue. Their phone number is 404-417-4490 or visit the Georgia Department of Revenue Alcohol page.
Child safety seat inspection stations include the Hinesville Fire Department at 912-876-4143 and the County Health Department at 912-876-2173. Or, for more information, visit Georgia Highway Safety.
Regular meetings are held on the first Tuesday of each month at 6 pm in the Commissioners’ Board Room, second floor of the Courthouse Annex. See more information about the Board of Commissioners.
Certain businesses will be required to show proof that they are licensed by the state before a local business license is issued.
Here is a list of a few trades that will be required to show proof and a number for that state department:
View an explanation on how to log in to submit Information Technology requests.
Contact the Atlantic Judicial Circuit Public Defender’s Office at 912-369-6338.
If you wish to file an appeal of your property appraisal, you must do so in writing no later than 45 days after the date on your assessment notice. If you do not file an appeal by the printed deadline, your right to file an appeal will be lost.
The Liberty County 2008 Millage Rates are as follows:
If you have a question about, or need help understanding your property assessment, please call the Liberty County Assessors Office at 912-876-2823.
If you have questions about your taxes, tax bill, or tax payments, please call the Liberty County Tax Commissioner’s Office at 912-876-3389.
The Planning and Zoning Office is now called the Liberty Consolidated Planning Commission. They are located at:205 E Court StreetHinesville, GA 31313
Their phone number is 912-408-2030.
Contact the local Georgia Forestry Office at 912-884-3331.
Contact the Liberty Consolidated Planning Commission; they are a reference to any Land Clearing or Site Work operations. Their number is 912-408-2030.
You may not apply for a Public Defender for someone else (except a parent applying for a Juvenile). Contact the Atlantic Judicial District Public Defender’s Office at 912-369-6338.
The Commission makes appointments to several Boards and solicits candidates for representation as terms expire on those respective boards. The County solicits potential candidates through advertisement in the local legal organ. Persons with questions on a specific board should contact the Commission Office at 912-876-2164.
Depending on the type of information you need, please see the following list of agencies, and contact them directly.
Liberty County Board of Education200 Bradwell StreetHinesville, GA 31313Phone: 912-876-2161
Liberty County Clerk of CourtsP. O. Box 50Hinesville, GA 31310-0050Phone: 912-876-3625
Hinesville Police Department123 East MLK Jr. DriveHinesville, GA 31313Phone: 912-368-8211
Midway Police DepartmentP. O. Box 915Midway, GA 31320-0915Phone: 912-880-1000
Liberty County Sheriff’s DepartmentP. O. Box 439Hinesville, GA 31310-0439Phone: 912-876-2131
Liberty County Probate CourtP. O. Box 28Hinesville, GA 31310-0028Phone: 912-876-3635
Liberty County Tax CommissionerP. O. Box 587Hinesville, GA 31310-0587
Liberty County Tax AssessorsPhone: 912-876-3568
Social Security Office - Savannah, GeorgiaPhone: 912-353-7059
Social Security AdministrationOffice of Public Inquiries6401 Security BoulevardWindsor Park BuildingBaltimore, MD 21235Phone: 800-772-1213
This is obtained from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Call 866-816-2065 or visit the IRS website.
This comes from the Georgia Department of Revenue. Call 404-417-4490 or visit the Georgia Department of Revenue website.
You must complete a written Application for a Public Defender for this determination to be made. Qualification is based on your income, your dependents, and the Poverty Guidelines of Georgia. Contact the Public Defender’s Office at 912-369-6338.
Liberty County E-Verify Identification Number is 62576. The Liberty County E-Verify Authorization date is October 18, 2007.
A listing of all the current County bids and request for proposals can be found by visiting the County Bid Center.
This system enables us to provide you with critical information quickly in a variety of situations, such as severe weather, unexpected road closures, missing persons and evacuations.
When you opt-in to Alert Liberty you can enter up to 5 different addresses (within Liberty County) that you wish to receive alerts about.
Alert Liberty can call, text, and even e-mail you when there is an active alert at any of the Liberty County Addresses that you elect to receive notifications for.
Alert Liberty allows subscribers to choose the types of events that they would like to receive notification for. Subscribers are also able to set time restrictions to only allow notifications to be sent during their preferred times.
911 is only to be used in emergencies. An emergency is any situation that requires immediate assistance from the police, fire, or rescue. 911 is for emergencies, potential emergencies, or when an emergency is imminent. Ask yourself:
If you are ever in doubt of whether a situation is an emergency, you should call 911. It is better to be safe and let the 911 call taker determine if you need emergency assistance.
When reporting an emergency:
The person answering 911 is a trained dispatcher. They have been trained as to what questions to ask. Be prepared to follow the dispatcher’s line of questioning, e.g:
The Liberty County Fire Services office has a non-emergency telephone number that is accessible to the public. For all non-emergency situations, please call 912-876-4511.
Annually the department is dispatched to about 1,500 emergency calls. The communications center is staffed 24 hours a day by a Communications Supervisor and as many as five Communications Officers.
You can obtain a burn permit online with the Georgia Forestry Commission or by calling 877-OK2-BURN (652-2876).
Repellents containing 10%-30% DEET (N,N-diethyl-meta-toluamide) are widely regarded as the most effective against mosquitoes.
Ultra-Low volume (ULV) fogging for adult mosquitoes is based on surveillance data gathered from a network of traps that monitor adult mosquito population levels and the presence of mosquito-borne diseases. Calls from residents concerning mosquito annoyance problems also help us to pinpoint "hot-spot" areas.
When our temperature is high enough for mosquitoes to breed and when we have a significant amount of mosquitoes flying around.
Ultra-Low Volume (ULV) Spraying for adult mosquitoes is normally done with a synthetic pyrethroid insecticide, permethrin. Permethrin is in a group of insecticides which are man-made versions of a natural insecticide derived from a type of chrysanthemum. Permethrin is one of the "least-toxic" products registered with the U.S. EPA for adult mosquito fogging.
There is a lot you can do. Please visit this Personal Protection Page for more information
The emergency communications center has a non-emergency telephone number that are accessible to the public. For all non-emergency situations, please call 912-368-3911. Examples of calls that should be placed to the non-emergency number are:
Please see our Employment Opportunities page.
Empty land or parcels with no structure on them do not receive an address. 9-1-1 addresses are only assigned to the structure that resides on that parcel. Keep in mind that once a structure is removed for any reason, the address assigned to the structure is no longer valid.
You would need to call Building and Licensing or our non-emergency line, depending on if this is a new structure being built/moved, or if you are referring to an existing structure. Please view our 9-1-1 Addresses page for more information.
Public Safety Communications (LCPSC) dispatches for Liberty County:
Yes. Liberty County Public Safety Communications (LCPSC) is equipped with Telecommunication Device for the Deaf (TDD) enabling communications with the speech/hearing-impaired callers.
If a caller uses a TTY/TDD, the caller should:
If a deaf or hearing/speech impaired caller does not have a TTY/TDD, the caller should call 911 and do not hang up. Not hanging up leaves the line open. With most 911 calls, the caller’s address is displayed on the call taker’s screen and help will be sent.
Yes. When necessary, a 911 call taker can add an interpreter from an outside service to the line. Liberty County Public Safety Communications (LCPSC) provides a service made available from Language Line Services. This service provides us over-the-phone interpretation of more than 140 languages, 24 hours a day. A non-English speaking caller may hear a short conversation in English and some clicking sounds as the interpreter is added to the line.