The city of Cumming has debuted new logos for the Cumming City Center and new ways for the public to get involved with the project’s construction.
The city of Cumming has announced a Fourth of July with some changes to accommodate social distancing due to the COVID-19 threat.
Uncertainty created by the COVID-19 pandemic has forced the Cumming Recreation and Parks Department to cancel much of its traditional summer programming through June, affecting day camps, Camp Cool Kids and Teens, and art, dance, gymnastics and athletic camps.
All staff and guests will be screened for COVID-19 symptoms and have their temperatures taken upon arrival. There will be six-foot social distancing, face masks for staff, and only one swimmer or a family of four, all from the same residence, per Competition Pool lane.
In recent years, Forsyth County Commissioners have brought up issues with a number of annexations into the city of Cumming, but at a recent meeting, county leaders said the city is asking for their input for land that has already been annexed.
The Cumming Aquatic Center, closed to the public since mid-March because of the COVID-19 outbreak, has announced it will remain closed until May 13.
The city of Cumming anticipates a drop in revenues from amenities like parks and recreation facilities, the Cumming Fairgrounds and the city's aquatic center.
In a social media post, the City of Cumming Police said drivers have been speeding more because there's less traffic on the highway.
The Cumming Recreation and Parks Department has extended its closure of all programs and activities through Sunday, May 24.
Citing “social distancing” and the extension of Gov. Brian Kemp’s shelter-in-place order due to the COVID-19 outbreak, Cumming said it is extending through April 30 the closure to the public of all city owned and operated facilities.