About Commissioner Keli Gambrill
Keli Gambrill has been active in bringing responsible development to West Cobb for the past 13 years with People Looking After Neighborhoods. Keli recently served on the Green Meadows Preserve Friends group, Stout Park Steering Committee and the 2040 Comprehensive Land Use Plan Committee. She has worked for several small businesses here in Cobb County and has a Bachelor Degree in Accounting and Finance. An avid equestrian and accomplished rider, Keli is also a judge for dressage shows. She is married to her husband of 20 years, Bob Gambrill, who works at the Institute of Nuclear Power Operations. Their 17 year old son Robert attends Dominion Christian High School.
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News and Events
Make Plans to Attend District 1 Town Hall
Town hall meetings are great opportunities to communicate directly with your elected officials and to share information. All District 1 residents are invited to a town hall hosted by Commissioner Keli Gambrill on Tuesday, June 11.
The meeting will be held from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at St. Clare of Assisi Catholic Church, 6301 Cedarcrest Road, Acworth.
At the town hall, Commissioner Gambrill will:
- Discuss current county and district matters
- Discuss my vision for Cobb County and the things I want to improve
- Discuss zoning cases
- Discuss transportation updates
- Discuss a timeline for the Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax
- Answer questions from those in attendance
Recycling drop off available in District One
Keep Cobb Beautiful partnered with Advanced Disposal Services to provide free recycle drop off spots for residents to bring their recyclables from home. There are now four sites, located at fire stations in various parts of Cobb.
The location for our district is Station 28, 3858 Kemp Ridge Road, Acworth.
Items accepted: mixed paper, plastics (1-7), aluminum, steel cans and flattened cardboard. Glass is not accepted.
For more information on KCB, visit keepcobbbeautiful.org.
Information and Resources
The following Report is based on interviews and review of extensive documentation received from agency and department heads and other Cobb County personnel; but our procedures did not constitute a comprehensive audit.