The general fund budget supplies general government services, including police and fire services, parks and recreation programs, code enforcement, planning and development and streets and public works maintenance.
The city’s millage rate, supporting governmental services, is currently 2.788 mills and is expected to remain the same.
Beginning July 1, the city’s overall FY 2020 budget is $331 million, which includes the $61.79 million for the general fund budget.
Information: Marietta’s Finance Department/Budget Division at 770-794-5544.
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- Used Curriculum and Book Sale: Johnson Ferry Baptist Church Homeschool Group. Thursday to Saturday. Cash and credit / no checks. Magnolia Room and Fellowship Hall, Johnson Ferry Baptist Church, 955 Johnson Ferry Road, Marietta. This annual sale is a ministry of Johnson Ferry Baptist Church and JFBC's Homeschool Group. Not just for homeschoolers, many items will be sold to the general public such as games. No scanners will be allowed before 10 a.m. Saturday. JFBChomeschool@gmail.com, JFBChomeschool.com. Register/volunteer: MyConsignmentSale.com/index.php?SaleName=jfbchs2015
- Kennesaw Farmers Market. 3:30-7:30 p.m. Mondays through October (but no events the week of July 4th or on Labor Day). Depot Park, 2829 Cherokee St., downtown Kennesaw. Open rain or shine, the Farmers Market will offer a variety of fresh vegetables and fruits, baked goods, prepared goods, jams, jellies and locally produced honey. Sponsored by the Kennesaw Downtown Development Authority, the Farmers Market hosts more than 30 vendors each week. Vendors: 770-499-0874 or 770-794-7075. kennesaw-ga.gov/farmers-market
- Kennesaw Dinner at the Depot. 5:30-8:30 p.m. Mondays through August. Depot Park, 2828 Cherokee St., Kennesaw. A variety of food trucks will rotate throughout the season. kennesaw-ga.gov/dinner-at-the-depot. Updates: facebook.com/KennesawDinnerAtTheDepot