It's a Citizen Awareness class led by Dothan’s management team.
The free, eight-week classes will be held consecutively on Thursday nights from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. beginning Oct. 5.
Sessions will include visits to Dothan owned and operated facilities including a wastewater treatment plant, fire station, parks, and an electric substation.
Additionally, residents are provided with the information and background necessary to address community issues and work together for the enhancement of our community including environmental regulations, police patrols, finances, and more.
Applications are available online at www.dothan.org or can be picked up in Dothan’s administrative offices located on the second floor of the Roy L. Driggers Municipal Building.
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