Accounting / Business Office
Learn more about the Accounting and Business Office.
By law the Lowndes County Board of Supervisors are required to appoint a county administrator. The administrator is the Chief Executive Officer of the county and is responsible for carrying out and administering the policies, orders, resolutions and regulations adopted by the board.
Find information about the Building Inspection department.
Buildings & Grounds
Explore the Buildings and Grounds department.
E911 operates 7 days a week 24 hours a day. It receives emergency and non-emergency calls in the county to dispatch ambulance, the sheriff’s department, city police and city and county fire departments.
Columbus Lowndes County Emergency Management Agency coordinates the local government’s role in planning for, preventing, mitigating the effects of, responding to and recovering from all disasters whether natural disasters such as weather-related incidents or man-made disasters such as chemical spills or radiological releases from power plants.
The Fire Department works to save lives and protect property through prevention, preparedness, education, and response.
Read about the duties of the Information Technology Department.
The Columbus-Lowndes Public Library is comprised of a headquarters in Columbus with three branches located in Artesia, Caledonia, and Crawford.
This purchasing department is responsible for purchasing all equipment, supplies, services and materials for the county departments.
Discover information about the Recreation Department events, classes, facilities, and more.
The Lowndes County Road Department is responsible for the maintenance of all county roads and bridges outside the city limits of Columbus. The county road department maintains five district road department satellites in the county in which to repair county roads, bridges, and culverts.
The Sheriff's Office and its officers work hard to serve and protect the community. Here you can find helpful information about their initiatives, divisions, and more.