City Hall is located in the historic train depot on Main Street, along with the municipal court and the police…More department. According to the city, the depot is the oldest structure burned by General Sherman in the Civil War that is still used.
The city council holds its regular business meeting every first Tuesday of the month at 7:30pm in the court room. Its working session is held every third Tuesday of the month at 6pm.
Mayor: Patricia Wheeler
City Manager: Barry G. Amos, ext. 120
City Clerk: Denise Hicks, ext. 122
Planning & Zoning: Denise Hicks, ext. 122
Building Department: Denise Hicks, ext. 122
Code Enforcement: T. D. Johnson, ext. 117
Engineering: Barry G. Amos, ext. 120
Human Resources: Barry G. Amos, ext. 120
Municipal Court: Emily Sanders, 770-879-4981
Parks and Recreation: Jim Tavenner, 770-879-4970
Public Works: Director Jim Tavenner, 770-879-4970
Downtown Development Authority: Jocelyn Lewis, 770-498-7334
Council members: Susan S Coletti, Steve Higgens, Chakira Johnson, Richard Mailman, Cyril Mungal and Nan Nash.
Stone Mountain Municipal Court is in the same building with City Hall and the Stone Mountain Police Department, in…More the historic train depot on Main Street. The court hears cases on the first and third Thursday each month at 8am and 6pm, on the second and fourth Thursday at 8am, and on the second and fourth Wednesday at 3 pm.
The judge is Warren W. Hoffman. Associate judges are Latisha Dear and Mark R. Gaffney.
Court Clerk is Emily Sanders. Her office is located inside the police department and is closed while court is in session. Fines may be paid online.
Stone Mountain/Sue Kellogg Public Library 952 Leon St, Stone Mountain, GA30083 Located right behind Main Street and City Hall in Stone Mountain village, this library has CDs and DVDs to check out as…More well as books. Computers with Internet access are available for cardholders, and two are designated for children. Free Wi-Fi access is available to anyone bringing their own laptop. The light and airy library has a meeting room and upholstered chairs for comfortable browsing. There's a children's room with tables and chairs, and a separate room for parents and their children. The library hosts story hours for children regularly. The library was built in 1963, and was renovated and expanded in 1988.