About As: Hahira has a great quality of life. Citizens have access to a historical downtown where they can shop or work. All the daily needs of residents are within walking distance of one another. People are able to walk from their homes to the downtown and shop for food, gifts, clothing, and do their banking. They can also walk to one of the five city maintained parks located throughout the city. City services provided, are police and fire protection, paved city streets, water, sewer and sanitation. The police and fire departments provide 24 hour protection to businesses and homes. Both departments have state-of-the-art, modern equipment. and work closely with all county, state, and federal law and fire prevention agencies. Through its street and sanitation departments, Hahira strives to provide clean safe, well-lighted streets and dependable garbage and trash collection. The city's entire water and sewer system has been upgraded which includes a new 100,000 gallon water tank and a new waste-water treatment facility. Hahira has been designated a "Tree City USA" for seven consecutive years and has a city wide beautification program. The city is beautifully landscaped and environmentally clean. Each spring citizens participate in the annual "Let's Keep Georgia Peachy Clean" Cleanup Week. During the week citizens clean up the city and plant flowers and shrubs in planters at city buildings and principle entrances. In 2001 Hahira became one of 50 small towns in Georgia to be awarded the Better Hometown Designation by the Georgia Department of Community Affairs.