**Important information on Utility Bills**
Utility bills for April (March usage) have been mailed out. Due to the staggered shifts of town staff you may see a past due amount on your bill. There was a delay between payments and billing this month and most likely your payment was received after the bills were posted. The town did not charge any penalties or late fees in anticipation of this situation. You can contact town hall to confirm your payment was received at 912-354-5533. If you do not get someone on the phone when you call please leave a message and we will return your call. Thank you and stay safe!
***EXECUTIVE ORDER IS EFFECTIVE APRIL 3rd, 2020 at 6:00 PM**
For additional information you can contact one of the following:
Office of the Governor, Brian Kemp Constituent Services 404*656*1776
Georgia Department of Economic Development 404*962*4000 or 800*255*0056 (for hearing impaired)
Georgia Emergency Management and Homeland Security Agency 404*635*7000 or 800*879*4362
In a continued effort to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 Thunderbolt Town Hall will remain closed to the public until further notice. We will continue to monitor the situation and make the appropriate decisions on when to re-open. There will be not water cut-offs the month of March and no penalty will be applied April 1st for late payments. Water bill payments may be made online through this website using the last four digits of the account number and the last four digits of the phone number for the account. There is a drop box for payments in front of Town Hall to the right of the parking lot. Please DO NOT put cash in the drop box. Remember to write the account number or service address on your check or money order. The drop box will be checked multiple times daily. For non emergency police assistance please call 912-652-6500. For emergencies please dial 911. Public Works matters can be addressed by calling 912-346-9639. Municipal Court has been cancelled for Thursday, March 26th. Please contact the Clerk of Court at 912-629-4667 for additional information on rescheduled court dates. Staff will be on hand periodically throughout the week and will be available by phone. If you do not reach a staff member please leave a message and your phone call will be returned as soon as possible. Direct extensions to particular departments are located under the Contact Us tab of this website. Please check back throughout the week for updates and continue to check the CDC website for important information.
For current information regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19) please visit the CDC website at
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