Cities In The News
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The City of Thomasville has announced changes to operational procedures in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Effective Monday, March 22, the City Administrative Building and other facilities will be closed to the general public.
As COVID-19 cases increased in Georgia over the weekend, the City of Gainesville has decided to temporarily suspend all Gainesville Connection services and reduce the number of Dial-A-Ride services.
For now, Alpharetta is not ordering restaurants to limit business to take-out, or closing retail establishments due to the coronavirus pandemic, said James Drinkard, assistant city administrator.
The city of Sugar Hill has declared a state of emergency due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Sandy Springs restaurants are ordered to close doors to the public and limit business to drive-thru and takeout only.
The city of College Park has declared a state of emergency due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Gainesville City Council unanimously passed a resolution Friday encouraging the community to follow public health guidelines.
The College Park City Council instituted a 30-day curfew on businesses on Thursday.
Two more Gwinnett cities have declared states of emergency and ordered restaurants to stop in-person dining in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
During an emergency City Council meeting Friday afternoon conducted via teleconference, officials unanimously voted that gyms, sports clubs and facilities offering close-contact sports must close by Friday night.
To be clear, Mayor Jonathan McCollar’s emergency declaration Thursday night gives him authority to impose a curfew, but he has not imposed one. He didn’t order Statesboro’s restaurants closed, either, but he did recommend that they limit themselves to fewer than 10 dine-in customers at a time.
On Friday, March 20 at 7 p.m., Mayor Allen Brown issued a Local State of Emergency for the City of Hinesville to take effect at 3 p.m. on Saturday, March 21.
Mayor and council held a special called meeting on Friday, March 20 to discuss and consider adoption of an Emergency and Disaster Management Ordinance.
The city of Tucker has imposed a nighttime curfew on its residents, a move aimed at curbing the spread of the coronavirus.
Effective at midnight Sunday and, for now, until noon April 7, bars, barbershops, salons and gyms in Statesboro must close, Statesboro’s restaurants are limited to curbside, takeout, delivery and drive-thru service, and many types of gatherings of 10 or more people are prohibited.
Six more Gwinnett cities have declared states of emergency as the coronavirus disease known as COVID-19 continues to spread in Georgia.
The city announced this past week that Curiosity Lab at Peachtree Corners won the transportation category award at the third annual IDC Smart Cities North America Awards.
The City of Forest Park is extending the closure of its city offices and public parks "indefinitely" and has cancelled Municipal Court due to the COVID-19 emergency.
The City of Stockbridge is extending the closure of its offices through Friday, March 27 because of the national coronavirus emergency.
The Winder City Council has called a meeting for 3 p.m. Monday, March 23, to discuss possible actions the city might consider related to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
City to consider declaring local state of emergency
The Hinesville City Council will host a Special Called Meeting on Monday, March 23 at 3 p.m. at Hinesville City Hall
Friday was the first day that a state of emergency took effect declaring the closure of all dining areas for establishments in Floyd County, and Rome City Manager Sammy Rich said his office had not received any concerns or negative feedback from business owners, just a clarification of what is allowed and who it impacts.
A public hearing and vote on the rezoning of 76 parcels in Rome’s River District is part of a truncated agenda for the Rome City Commission’s regular meeting Monday.
The City of Washington has officially declared a state of emergency in the city, has closed all public buildings, and has banned all “mass gatherings” of 10 or more people on public property, with the exceptions of City Council meetings.
Effective Friday, as a precautionary measure and to limit the possibility of COVID-19 exposure from person-to-person contact, City of Rincon offices will be closed to the public.
All Housing Authority of Savannah offices will be closed to the public beginning Monday, March 23, until further notice in line with guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to limit person to person contact to protect public health during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Covington City Council unanimously approved a resolution enacting a voluntary curfew from 9 p.m. to 5 a.m. beginning March 20 and ending April 7, requesting voluntary sheltering in place, and prohibiting gatherings of more than 10 people during the local state of emergency related to COVID-19.
Milledgeville Mayor Mary Parham-Copelan told members of city council during her State of the City Address last week that she is proud of the accomplishments the city made during 2019.
The Covington City Council unanimously approved a resolution to put a voluntary curfew in place from 9 p.m. to 5 a.m. beginning March 20 and running through April 7, requesting voluntary sheltering in place.
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