Marshal's Office

PLEASE NOTE: Due to ongoing HVAC renovations at the Hall County Government Center, the Marshal's Office is now located on the Lower Level. Any in-person visitors should stop by the reception desk in the first floor lobby area for further assistance.

About the Office

The mission of the Hall County Marshal’s Office is to improve the quality of life and appearance of communities in Hall County by enforcing County ordinances. Our goal is to work in partnership with the community to promote and maintain a safe and clean environment, and to obtain voluntary compliance before pursuing further action.

Issues related to criminal offenses such as speeding, the sale or use or drugs, etc. should be reported to the Hall County Sheriff’s Office. Additionally, the Marshal’s Office does not handle issues related to homeowner’s association (HOA) rules and by-laws or civil disputes such as property line disputes, etc.

Most Commonly Enforced Ordinances

The most common ordinances we are responsible for enforcing are:

  1. Outdoor Storage & Junk Items
  2. Inoperable Vehicles
  3. Business License
  4. Home Business Licenses
  5. Litter
  6. Yard Sale
  7. Signs
  8. Building Without Permit
  9. Parking

Outdoor Storage & Junk Items

Old appliances, scrap materials, building materials, parts to machinery and similar type items must be stored inside an enclosed building in all zoning districts with the exception of districts AR-III and AR-IV. In districts AR-III and AR-IV such items must be stored in such a manner so as not to be visible from roadway or surrounding properties.

Concerns, Suggestions & Complaints

Concerns, suggestions and complaints may be submitted by email.

We also offer an anonymous Online Complaint Form for your convenience. If you choose not to leave any contact information, please understand that the Marshal’s Office will have no way of updating you on the status of your complaint.