Positions Open on the Planning and Zoning Commission

The Town of Turin is accepting applications for members to serve of the Planning and Zoning Commission. All applicants must reside in the City Limits of Turin. Please call Town Hall at 770-599-0777 or visit in person at 47 Turin Road.

Coweta County Opioid Crisis

- Coweta County has a Serious Opioid prescription problem
- Coweta is ranked 6th out of 159 Georgia counties for abuse.

Want to learn more? Want to help?
Please join us at a Town Hall Meeting
Thursday, August 30 - 5:30 to 8:00 PM
The Donald W. Nixon Center
1523 Lower Fayetteville Rd, Newnan

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Consumer Confidence Report for the Town of Turin Water System

We are pleased to provide you with this year’s Annual Water Quality Report. As in the past years, your tap water has met all U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and all state drinking water standards. The Town of Turin safeguards its water supplies and once again, we are proud to present this year’s annual water quality report. We continually strive to adopt new methods for delivering the best quality drinking water to you. Our constant goal is to provide you a safe dependable supply of drinking water. The Town of Turin water system has been providing safe and clean water to the residents of Turin and Sharpsburg since September of 1965. We take these responsibilities to the citizens of our community seriously as shown in our annual water quality report covering the year of 2017. The 2017 Water Quality Report provides our customers with detailed accounts of all the monitoring and testing during the previous year. The report is designed to provide details about where your water comes from, what it contains, and how it compares to the standards set by regulatory agencies. This report covers all testing completed from January through December 2017. We are proud to report that Turin Water System has never violated a maximum contaminant level or any other water quality standard. Therefore, we are pleased to share with you that we have complied with all state and federal drinking water laws for the past year of 2017.

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Annual Tractor Pull Update

Turin Antique Tractor Association has rescheduled their Annual Tractor Pull to August 11, 2018.

8:00 AM - 1:00 PM



THERE will be space for your TENT or BOOTH at the NAPA parking lot and the ROBINSON PROPERTY across from the FIRE STATION on HWY 16, TURIN if you don't sell in your own yard.




Text or Email for details:
Shawn Banach: pressurecleaningnut@charter.net - 678-908-6266
Susan Reimer: reimerstables@mindspring.com - 770-855-0096


Turin Antique Tractor Association Annual Chicken-Q
$10 per plate.

Georgia EPD Elevate Drought Response Levels, Further Restricts Outdoor Water

Faced with worsening drought conditions in about three-fourths of the state, along with water supply concerns in some areas, the Georgia Environmental Protection Division (EPD) has declared it will raise the state's drought response to Level 2 in 52 counties and impose a Level 1 Drought Response in an additional 58 counties.

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The Town Of Turin 125th Anniversary Celebration

Turin celebrated its 125th birthday on August 29, 2015. Although the day was cloudy and filled with scattered showers and umbrellas, the weather never damped the townspeople's spirits. Many locals enjoyed the Celebration Program  which included the Invocation, Flag Raising, Moment of Silence for Fallen Soldiers, Taps, Pledge of Allegiance, National Anthem, Color Guard Presentation,  the Town of Turin Proclamation and the State of Georgia Proclamation. Included in the program was the recognition of Turin Mayors and the Current Town Council members. There was an exciting release or 125 helium filled balloons during the National Anthem.

Two long time Turin residents were honored.  Mrs. Ella Hill Johnson, who has lived the majority of her 98 years in  and around Turin was the first to be presented with a bouquet of flowers, a key to the city, and a framed Proclamation. Next, Mrs. Alice Strozier Spear  was honored as another distinguished guest with the presentation of flowers, the city  key and a proclamation. Living her entire life in Coweta County, she was a teacher and basketball coach for years.

Turin provided a complimentary BBQ lunch in the Old Community Building  to all who attended this party. A tram provided  transportation back and forth from the Town Hall to the Old Community Building.  There was a dunking booth, a bouncy house and a blow up slide provided for everyone's entertainment. The Capo3 Band played during the afternoon. The Town Hall was filled with historical information , including photos of old schools, churches, homes and the original Turin water meter from 1965.

Turin would like to thank all of its speakers ,sponsors , committee members and everyone who pitched in to help this event to be a success.