Special Called Meeting – 10/7/19 @ 4pm

The Mayor and Council of the City of Flemington will have a special called meeting on Monday, October 7th at 4 pm. to discuss city contracts. The meeting will take place at Flemington City Hall, which is located at 156 Old Sunbury Road.


The regular City Council meeting will take place as regularly scheduled on Tuesday afternoon. Both meetings are open to the public.

Temporarily Closed

Normal business hours at City Hall have been temporarily suspended, however, you may leave a voice mail message at the office phone number 912-877-3223, or send an email to [email protected]. We will respond as quickly as possible. For immediate assistance, please call Mayor Hawkins at 912-977-5008. We apologize for the inconvenience and we look forward to serving our residents during normal business hours soon!


Council member Leigh Smiley Sworn In

At the regularly scheduled Flemington City Council meeting on May 14, Leigh Smiley was appointed unanimously to fill former Councilman Keith Moran’s empty seat until the end of the election term. Moran resigned during a regular city council meeting on March 12, due to his plans to relocate closer to family members. City leaders commented on the city’s website that, Moran served the City of Flemington “faithfully since January 2018, and will be missed by all” and wished him the best of luck in future. Councilwoman Smiley was sworn in on Wednesday, May 22 by Judge Nancy Aspinwall. Smiley’s husband, Jody Smiley, holds the Bible during his wife’s swearing-in ceremony.

Council FY20 Budget Workshop 5/22/19 @ 0930 — All are invited to attend.





 Council Budget Workshop


The Mayor and Council of the City of Flemington will conduct a Council Workshop on Wednesday, May 22nd,  2019 beginning at 9:30 a.m. The purpose of the Workshop will be to discuss the Fiscal Year 2020 budget. The workshop will be held at the Flemington City Hall located at 156 Old Sunbury Road.

Interested persons are invited to attend.

Council member Keith Moran Resigns

On March 12th, 2019, at their regularly scheduled meeting, the Flemington City Council accepted the resignation of Council member Keith Moran.  Council member Moran has served the City faithfully since January 2018, and will be missed by all. The City of Flemington wishes Council member Moran best of luck with his move.