From the Chairman

I am so honored and proud to serve you - my neighbors and friends - as Chairman of the Fulton County Board of Commissioners. Fulton is a great place to live, to do business, to raise a family, and to call home. Fulton has 10 Fortune 500 companies and outstanding medical facilities. We have great schools and many of the best parks are right here. Fulton County offers something for everyone. I am dedicated to seeing us create opportunities and to improve our quality of life. I believe that Fulton is poised for a great future. I am always here for you and encourage you to reach out to me with any questions or concerns.

Chairman Eaves

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Upcoming Supreme Court Nomination

Nine people are the supreme arbiters of the United States Constitution. These nine people rule on our most civil and basic rights as citizens. Choosing a nominee for the Supreme Court of the United States is one of the most important and lasting decisions a president can make. After a controversial first 12 days in

Fulton Foward

Last Thursday I had the honor and pleasure to deliver the State of the County address at the Georgia World Congress Center hosted by our good friends at the Council for Quality Growth. We had a lot of special guests there, and we are all committed to serving and improving our community. What a year

Rise Up, Atlanta!

“Rise Up!” Falcons’ followers have been chanting that long before Hamilton fans made it popular. Our Falcons play Sunday against the Green Bay Packers in the last football game in the Georgia Dome, before it’s torn down to make way for a new stadium. This is so exciting! These two teams faced off against each other in

The Miracle of Hanukkah

  My grandfather came to this country in 1913 as a young man from Jamaica in hopes of capturing the American Dream. He worked hard to give his family every opportunity he never had, and more. Along with my grandmother he instilled in his children the values of education, hard work and giving back to