About our paths
Peachtree City’s hallmark is its 100-mile network of multi-use paths for pedestrians, cyclists, and golf carts. Peachtree City residents can go from neighborhood to shopping centers, schools, and parks through the wooded scenery that makes Peachtree City special.
Select from the forms and information links below to find out all you need to know about Peachtree City’s most popular recreation and transportation amenity.
Path system rules and requirements brochure
All carts must have a WHITE Peachtree City numbered decal and a valid color renewal sticker (resident GREEN or non-resident RED for 2019) and have the correct owner information on file. Cart owners must register within 10 days of cart purchase and notify the City of any changes in ownership or owner contact information within 10 business days.
Registering A Cart
To register a cart with Peachtree City, you will need the completed Registration Form along with proof of ownership (sales receipt or release from previous owner), photo ID, and the fee (see below). Carts will only be registered to owners who are age 18 or older.
To transfer a previously owned cart to the new owner, please complete the Ownership Transfer Form. A $15 Transfer Fee applies along with the pro-rated Non-Resident fee for those living outside Peachtree City.
Carts must be registered within 10 days of purchase. A $20 late fee applies, along with any fines issued by the Municipal Court Judge.
Registered cart owners are responsible for notifying the City of the sale of the cart or removal of decals within 10 days (Cart Release Form), and must notify the City within 60 days of moving (Change of Address Form). A $20 late fee applies, along with any fines issued by the Municipal Court Judge.
Low Speed Vehicles
Low Speed Vehicles (LSVs) must be tagged through the Fayette County Tag Office and may only be driven by licensed drivers. All LSVs must have an amber strobe light acquired from the Georgia Department of Driver Safety (DDS).
DDS Strobe Light Application
What is coming? Check out the latest information on Peachtree City’s Multi-Use Path Master Plan and the upcoming paving schedule.