“The Alpharetta Business Association has done a good job of implementing health and safety guidelines associated with reducing the spread of COVID-19,” said Morgan Rodgers, director of Alpharetta Recreation, Parks and Culture.
A new law bans skateboarding in downtown Alpharetta but city officials have a new understanding of the sport’s popularity and will open a temporary skate park at Union Hill Park.
While some Memorial Day tributes have been canceled in north Fulton, there will be opportunities to honor veterans during the holiday weekend.
Seeking to encourage people to patronize its brick-and-mortar restaurants and shops, the city of Alpharetta announced it has canceled the 2020 edition of Food Truck Alley.
Reopened Alpharetta restaurants and shops are updated daily and sometimes hourly on the city’s visitors center website. Awesome Alpharetta created a one-stop place for people to know what businesses are now open after being shut down by the pandemic, as well as dates when other businesses will be reopening.
Alpharetta city officials are working on ways to phase in a return to full business operations at City Hall while also extending the city’s state of emergency declaration to May 30.
An ordinance amendment that would give Alpharetta police the authority to have towed vehicles parked in temporary no-parking zones has been accepted on first reading by the Alpharetta City Council.
“We love people investing in our community and creating tourism driven businesses,” said Janet Rodgers, president of Alpharetta Convention and Visitors Bureau.
Alpharetta city officials anticipate a new trend when the coronavirus pandemic finally ends.
Alpharetta city officials say the financial impact of the coronavirus pandemic on its economy will hit the hardest in the coming fiscal year.