Residents of the Loch Lomond Estates neighborhood are about to see an important change in their addresses.
The community officially becomes part of the City of South Fulton June 1, when the city starts to provide public safety coverage with both a fire station and police precinct only minutes away.
Plans are to add additional city services in phases as the transition unfolds over the next couple of months.
Residents do not need to take any action and should continue to dial 911 for any emergency services. “The residents of Loch Lomond already are our friends and neighbors,” said South Fulton Mayor William “Bill” Edwards. “Now it’s official. We welcome you and look forward to providing you the world-class services the rest of the city has come to expect.”
Nestled off New Hope Road, between Campbellton and Cascade roads, Loch Lomond Estates stretches over some 270 acres and includes about 700 homes.
In addition to police, fire and E-911, the city will take responsibility for sanitation and solid waste in August. Other transitioning services include streetlight and storm water maintenance, zoning, building permits and business licenses.
Residents can learn more about these and other services by visiting the city’s website at www.cityofsouthfultonga.gov or connecting with the city’s social media channels – COSFGA17 (Facebook), #COSFGA (Twitter) or @COSFGA (Instagram). Follow the city on Nextdoor at nextdoor.com or download our smart phone at itsmy.town.