Last evening, Germantown's Parks and Recreation department, in cooperation with a team led by Lose & Associates, unveiled the draft recommendations for the City's parks master plan. The next step in the process is another round of community feedback.
Germantown residents interested in serving on City commissions can apply now for appointments which begin January 1.
Germantown Road traffic between the railroad tracks and Poplar Pike is open to south-bound traffic only, making the section of roadway a one-way street for the duration of the project.
Keep up with the recent activity from Germantown Police Department.
The Grove project comes along with a hefty $4M price tag, in which GPAC is looking for the support of the greater community to move ahead in hopes to break ground next July.
The culvert replacement and improvement project on Howard Road was completed withing the
As temperatures cool, the Farm Park offers opportunities for fall fun.
Germantown’s own Heavy Equipment Operator Anthony German placed third overall in the National Equipment Rodeo.
Germantown Performing Arts Center has announced the development of The Grove at GPAC.
The Knights of Columbus American Flag exhibit is on display at Germantown Community Library through December.
In June, the Germantown Community Library launched the Every Book Counts program to encourage residents of all ages to read and to be engaged in the variety of programs offered by the library.
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