***** SATURDAY, APRIL 11, 2015 FROM 3:00 AM – 5:00 AM THE SENOIA ROAD AND PALMETTO ROAD INTERSECTOIN WILL BE CLOSED*****
*****THERE WILL BE DETOURS*****
Resurfacing of Castlewood & Senoia Roads scheduled
March 23, 2015 through June 20, 2015
Minor traffic congestion may occur during this period. Please drive slow, pay close attention to pilot vehicles & consider using alternate routes if possible. Keep away from paving equipment and operations. Any questions concerning above information or during paving operations, please call:
Mallett Consulting, Inc.
Alan Carver @ (678) 200-9898
Tyrone, Georgia is a residential community of approximately 7,000 residents located in Fayette County, about 25 miles south of Atlanta, Georgia. The land in the area originally belonged to the Creek Indians and was settled by Irish farmers in the late 1800′s. Some of the homes built by those first settlers are still occupied by their descendants.
Tyrone was incorporated on August 18, 1911, and the Town reportedly was named by the people who built the railroad here in 1907. The Scottish and Irish immigrants thought the topography reminded them of the area around County Tyrone in Ireland.