A Historic Railroad Town



The City of Pembroke is a mayor/council form of government. The Council is the policy making and legislative body of our local government. It includes a mayor and five councilmembers who serve four year terms of office and are elected by registered voters within the incorporated boundaries of the city of Pembroke. The public is invited to attend City Council meetings held on the second Monday of each month unless otherwise posted. Meetings convene in the City Hall Council Chambers at 353 N. Main Street, Pembroke, GA 31321 at 7:00 p.m. 

Our department heads are responsible for carrying out the ordinances and policies as adopted by Council. They are tasked with the responsibility of administering the daily operations and programs of the City.

City Hall staff is responsible for the general administration of the City of Pembroke. This includes utility billing, issuing occupational tax certificates, alcohol licenses, planning and zoning, etc. In addition, we process payroll, accounts payable and receivable, and manage the sales and maintenance records of the Northside Cemetery.

The City Clerk/Treasurer is the custodian of the city seal and responsible for the preservation of all city records. The clerk issues notices of meetings and keeps the records of actions of the governing body.

Our staff strives to be responsive to our citizens whether by phone, in person or via internet. If we can be of service to you please contact us at info@pembrokega.net.