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Mike Hudson
Mike Hudson
Natural Gas Director

316 E. Bryan St.
Douglas, GA  31533

Ph: (912) 389-3427
Fx: (912) 383-4976

After-Hours Utility Emergencies
Ph: (912) 384-3302

Fx: (912) xxx-xxxx
Medical Emergency Ph: 9-1-1

Monday - Friday
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
The responsibilities of the Natural Gas Department are:
  • Conducting a variety of surveys and inspections including:
    • Leak surveys
    • Regular station inspections
    • Valve inspections
    • Yearly safety inspections
  • Selling and servicing appliances
  • Supplying natural gas to:
    • 10 industrial customers
    • 280 commercial customers
    • 1,170 residential customers

Call Before You Dig
Before you start digging, call (800) 282-7411 to find out the location of nearby power lines. View the Call Before You Dig brochure for more information.

Heating Energy Assistance Team
The Heating Energy Assistance Team (HEAT) is a nonprofit organization that assists Georgians with their home energy needs. For more information, please visit the program's website.

The City of Douglas, along with the Georgia Municipal Gas Authority of Georgia, is busy preparing for Douglas' first Compressed Natural Gas Vehicle Symposium. The symposium will be held March 17 & 18, 2015 at Central Square Complex located in downtown Douglas.

The purpose of the Compressed Natural Gas Vehicle symposium will be to educate and present an opportunity to learn the best approaches and solutions to using natural gas as an alternative fuel.  This symposium will feature strategies for both automotive and commercial vehicles from key operators, driving the industry forward.

Symposium Itinerary
Symposium Registration Form

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Mike Hudson, Natural Gas/Water/Wastewater Director, spoke with children at Indian Creek Elementary School about Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) as an alternative fuel source and about the new City of Douglas Compressed Natural Gas fueling facility.  Children were able to see where compressed natural gas is pumped into the Natural Gas Department’s CNG vehicle as well as hear tips about natural gas safety.

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Indian Creek Elementary students learn about Compressed Natural Gas during National Gas Month.

Staff Directory
View the Gas Department's staff directory.

City of Douglas
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