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Connie Payne Frank
· April 21, 2018
The park attendant named John has rented out the pavilion at this public park at the Village Park at Fairview, which is owned by taxpayers in Henry County. He just informed us that we could not sit th...ere for a few minutes to let a three year old child eat his ice cream. The lady holding the party was empathic that we leave immediately. Entitlement? No, as taxpayers we pay for the park See More
Alan-Melissa Collum
· April 15, 2018
We've been very disappointed with the baseball field conditions. HCPRD willingly allows tournament organizations to use their fields despite the poor and dangerous conditions. Also, maintenance crew...s are not properly educated or supervised with the requirements (i.e. measurements) of field placements. See More
Jennifer White Wilkey
· August 5, 2017
I think that the community parks with pavilions rules should prohibit music, speakers and microphones on the premises. My family and I are here to picnic, play and enjoy ourselves but a huge family re...union type get together with speakers, guitar playing, music, singing and just a lot of loud noise is not very relaxing. Rent a banquet room for all that and let us enjoy nature. See More
Carrie Hammond
· April 17, 2017
Henry County Government:

This is incredibly inconvenient and frustrating. There are already so few parks in the county you can walk your dog. I live in Stockbridge about 10 minutes from this park and... I was so excited to have some place new I could walk my dog. Now I'm reduced to walking my dog at Panola (which I don't go to without someone) and Salem park on 155 in McDonough which is 20-30 mins away. The park in the the downtown Stockbridge area is a complete joke with the fenced in "dog park". You can't even walk your dog on the trails there. How can other parks in the state such as Piedmont Park allows dogs of all types with plenty of children running around everywhere?? No issues there.

I am disappointed and frustrated that there are too few dog friendly areas in this county that people can come and exercise with their pets. I don't walk in my neighborhood as there are no sidewalks and people are speeding down the streets.

I enjoyed my walk few walks with my dog when I was able to take her and she had an absolute blast. I pulled in there today, on my day off, excited to get her out of the house only to realize that dogs are no longer allowed???!!! Needless to say, I am highly upset. So, I drove out of my way to Salem park to enjoy a walk with my dog.

People in this county want to have more community outdoor areas where all can come together, have fun and exercise with their family and pets.

This is why I also look forward to moving to a more progressive county in the state that isn't afraid of change and making improvements for all in the near future.


An Inconvenienced and Pissed Off Resident and Dog Owner.
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Sherry Kight Frazier
· May 22, 2017
Now that the county commission has been invaded by the snowflakes that are taking over the entire country, I will have no need to return to Henry county. We have loved participating in the living hist...ories and the battle reenactments held at Nash Farms every year and now we have just been told that the parts of History that are not pretty must be erased as though they never happened. I have enjoyed photographing the beauty and the ugliness of the war from both sides. I loved the Friday school program where the children soaked up the history. My heart is heavy as I watch this great park and this great country become torn down and replaced by unicorns and rainbows! See More
A few of our characters today entertaining the crowd. Gotta love Frosty, Rudolph and the Grinch!!!
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Henry County Fire Department (Official Site)

The 29th annual “Give Burns The Boot”® drive, benefiting the Georgia Firefighters Burn Foundation, will be in full swing beginning Friday, April 13th 2018. The... drive will be held for 3 consecutive Fridays including April 20th and ending April 27th, 2018.

The Henry County Fire Department is one of nearly 100 fire departments statewide joining forces to support the Burn Foundation, whose mission is to partner with the fire service and burn care community to provide fire safety and prevention education, support medical facilities and assist burn survivors in their recovery.

“Fires and burn injuries can strike anyone at any time. The Georgia Firefighters Burn Foundation is working to help prevent fire-related injuries and deaths through education. In addition, the GFBF supports the burn centers in Georgia to allow them to offer the best possible treatment for the patients, “said Captain Michael Black.

A portion of the total funds raised is returned to the fire department to support local education and prevention efforts.

When you see a firefighter this weekend, please give generously; remember, the life you save, could be your very own.

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