The 911 Center operates the "Are You OK?" program, which telephones elderly citizens on a daily basis who have subscribed to this free service. Communications personnel call the elderly person at a preset time and if the call is not answered, communications personnel will call again.

If no answer is received on the second call, communications personnel contact the individuals listed on the subscriber application as emergency contacts to determine if the subscriber is supposed to be at home or not.

The subscriber notifies the communications center in advance if they are not going to be home on a certain day and is placed on a no call list until the subscriber returns home.

Cobb County citizens who are eligible to participate are required to complete an “Are you O.K.?” Field Interview form and an “Are you O.K.?” Subscriber Agreement Form.  The forms are available from the Communications Center upon request. The form can be mailed, hand delivered by City of Kennesaw personnel or picked up in person.  The forms must be returned to the Program Coordinator (911 Director or designee) to ensure the field interview form is properly retained.

Did You Know?

Kennesaw Mountain is not in the city limits of Kennesaw.
  • Classes at Smith-Gilbert Gardens offer gardening pointers to adults & kids.

  • Kennesaws proud heritage is honored and remembered on the grounds of the City Cemetery.

  • Kennesaw Parks & Recreation will get you moving toward improved fitness and health.

  • Morning dog walking is invigorating and enjoyable at Swift-Cantrell Park.

  • City officials and business owners cut the ribbon to showcase a new opening.

  • Police officers start the recruiting process early.

  • Shop at our Farmers Market for fresh produce, baked goods & other items from May-October.

  • Mayor Mathews invites future community leaders to participate in City Council meetings.

  • The Police Honor Guard is specially trained to represent the department at formal functions.

  • The Civil War era comes to life at the Southern Museum and in annual battle re-enactments.

  • The annual Pigs & Peaches BBQ Festival features a Kansas City BBQ Society sanctioned contest.

  • Gather your paints brushes or camera and get inspired at Smith-Gilbert Gardens.

  • Enthusiastic and dedicated staff provide first-rate support of the citys trails, parks and facilities.

  • Hundreds of volunteers maintain the beautiful flora at the 16 acre Smith-Gilbert Gardens.

  • The Citys two community parks offer families hours of recreation and relaxation.

  • Children celebrate Arbor Day by planting a tree in the Garden at Swift-Cantrell Park.

  • Kennesaw Mountain Battlefield Park offers a bird-eye view of the city and surrounding area.

  • A new pedestrian underpass provides safe passage between Main St. and the Depot.

  • The City offers free wireless internet in parks & city facilities.

  • The Annual Big Shanty Festival features crafts, food, & shows attracting over 50,000 visitors.