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City Administrator


Under the direction and delegations of authority from the Mayor, directs and manages the operations of the City, to include management and oversight of all City departments and functions, zoning, and coordination of special projects. The City Administrator is responsible for the implementation of all policy set by the Mayor, as the Chief Executive Officer of the City.



The duties to be performed by the City Administrator, pursuant to delegation from and direction of the Mayor, shall include, but not be limited to:

  • Serve as managerial officer of the City, directing all departments and managing the daily operations of the municipality under the direction of the Mayor
  • Supervise all projects of the City Departments and report to Mayor and Council all updates
  •  Monitor the budget and assist in yearly presentation and preparation of  operating budget and capital budget bringing any concerns to Mayor and Council
  • Provide executive direction to Department Heads 
  • Suggest administrative Orders providing for the standard operating procedures of municipal government
  •  Involved in the hiring, termination, and discipline of employees 
  •  Represent the Administration at meetings of the City Council as required 
  • Attend Committee and other Board meetings as required
  • Write and assist in grant writing for all departments and coordinate grant funds
  • Oversee Zoning Administrator/Land development
  • Assist Mayor in making sure Ordinances are faithfully executed and up to date
  • Assist Mayor in yearly Department Head reviews
  • Perform other duties as requested by Mayor in both executive and administrative area    

Salary: $60,000-$70,000 per year based on experience

With this position, we prefer applicant have a 2 year business management degree with experience.  A bachelor’s or master’s degree also preferred.

Please fill out an application for employment and submit the completed information to City Hall, 480 West First Street, Blue Ridge, Ga. 30513. We keep applications on file for 1 year. Anyone interested in the positions below, may pick up an application at City Hall located at 480 West First Street, between the hours of 8 am and 5 pm, Monday through Friday.  Please submit all applications in person at City Hall or mail them to 480 West First Street, Blue Ridge, Ga. 30513.

May 21,2021- The Blue Ridge Police Department is currently accepting applications for full-time police officer position to serve the Blue Ridge community.  Candidates must be P.O.S.T. certified and in good standings with P.O.S.T., will be required to work 12-hour shifts. Shifts and other duties will be assigned by administration upon hiring. Full-time hires will receive full insurance and benefits package.  Competitive pay-scale, great work environment & a career opportunity where you can make a difference.  Applications may be picked up at City of Blue Ridge City Hall located at 480 West First Street, Blue Ridge, Ga. 30513, Monday – Friday 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m or can be printed from this page.  Applications and Resumes can be turned into the City Hall in person or email Application/Resume to Blue Ridge Police Department to Johnny Scearce -



Request for Proposal for City Attorney

City of Blue Ridge, GA

The City of Blue Ridge, GA is requesting proposals for City Attorney. The City Attorney is nominated and appointed by the Mayor and City Council and serves at the pleasure of the Mayor and City Council. The City Attorney is not a city employee and is not a full-time position; it is a contracted professional service. The appointment will be effective approximately January 1, 2022 and will be for a minimum 12-month term.

To Apply:

Please provide an employment history (past 10 years) for the individual to be designated City Attorney as well as for any individual who may provide the City with supplemental legal services. In addition, please include the following:

=         Attorney’s name

=         Name and address of firm and phone number *Length of employment in present capacity

=         Area of specialization

=         Please describe the qualifications for the individual to be designated as City Attorney and those of any associated party(s) who will be used in a subordinate capacity. At a minimum this information should include:

Legal education and training and type and years of practice to include the date of admission to the Georgia Bar;

=         Years of municipal or other local public sector law practice as a full-time, contracted or part-time local government attorney and/or private law practice with specialization in local government law;

=         General description of tasks associated with past practice as a local government attorney;

=         A statement of types of clients currently or previously represented other than local government clients; and

=         General description of experience in litigation representing local government including types or categories of cases litigated;

It is expected by the City that services provided will include at a minimum the following:

Routine legal advice channeled through the City Administrator and issuance of opinions, advice, and consultation to designated staff and the Mayor and Council on issues such as land use, general municipal law, civil and criminal enforcement, tort liability, personnel law, and risk management; Preparation and review of existing and proposed ordinances, resolutions, agreements, contracts and related documents; Attendance at all City Council Meetings and Special Called Meetings (as required). Attendance at Planning Commission Meetings, Board of Zoning Appeals Meetings and any other meeting as necessary and required.

=         Please define the type and unit rate for expected reimbursement of expenses charged to the City. For example, outline charges for services, rate of mileage fee for use of automobile, reproduction of documents, computer or word processing charges, Westlaw and other legal services, court reporter fees, etc.

=         Please describe how you would provide for professional liability insurance.

=         Please provide a list of all public clients for which the firm currently provides services.

Evaluation and Selection Process

To be considered, proposals must be submitted by 5:00 PM on December 15, 2021. 

addressed or delivered Proposals should be submitted in a sealed envelope marked, “City Attorney Proposal”, and to City of Blue Ridge, Attn: City Clerk, 480 West First St, Blue Ridge, GA 30513

Preference will be given to candidates with specific overall local government experience of the individual providing City Attorney services and associated individuals, as well as factors such as total projected cost of service, accessibility to the City, immediacy of availability and responsiveness to the Request for Proposals.

Questions? Contact the City Clerk at 706-632-2091 or


 May 12, 2020- The City of Blue Ridge is accepting bids for Phase I of the City Hall Parking Expansion. A copy of the plans can be found here

Section 001113 - Advertisement for Bids (TE Project)--Released April 3, 2019 

Engineering Services Community Development Block Grant Request for Qualifications--Released February 20, 2019 

Grant Writing and Administration Request for Qualifications--Released August 22, 2018 

Grant Writing and Administration Request for Qualifications with Addendum No. 1--Released September 14, 2018

Grant Writing and Administration Request for Qualifications with Addendum No. 2--Released October 15, 2018

The City of Blue Ridge is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The City shall not discriminate against any employee or applicant because of race, color, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender or gender identity (except where gender is a bona fide occupational qualification), national origin, age, disability, military/veteran status, marital status, genetic information or any other factor protected by law. We are committed to equal employment opportunity in all decisions related to employment, promotion, wages, benefits and all other privileges, terms and conditions of employment.