EAST POINT, Ga. — **This list will be updated and edited as needed.

EAST POINT
**As of March 17, 2020. The City of East Point has declared a Local State of Emergency. The emergency ordinance, for the next 30 days, includes:

East Point New City Hall & fountain
East Point New City Hall & fountain

Government:

  • City Hall, City Annex Building and Customer Care Building closed until further notice.
  • Utilities have suspended disconnection of utility services for 30 days. Payments will still be accepted online at www.eastpointcity.org, mail, dropbox or by phone.
  • Sanitation and recycling will continue services on their regular schedule.
  • Municipal Court arraignments will be reset starting the week of May 18, 2020.

Schools:

  • Fulton County Schools & Administrative Offices closed until further notice

Recreation:

  • All East Point parks and playground facilities are closed to the public.

Restaurants | Nightlife:

  • All bars, restaurants and other establishments that sell food or beverages for consumption or provide entertainment are limited to in-person dining, alcohol consumption or entertainment of a maximum of 50 patrons at one time.
  • All bars, restaurants, and establishments may offer food for takeaway and delivery purposes.

Canceled Events:

  • March 18th: Public Safety Town Hall Meeting
  • March 19th: Proposed New Recreation and Aquatic Center Community Meeting
  • March 21st: The Healthy Point 90-day Health Initiative Kick-Off
  • March 26th: Proposed New Recreation and Aquatic Center Community Meeting
  • April 11: 41st Sickle Cell Road Race/Walk (Postponed)

Miscellaneous:

  • All in-person Advance Voting: will resume the end of April 2020
College Park City logo outside of City Hall
College Park City logo outside of City Hall

COLLEGE PARK

Government:

  • City Hall closed until April 16th
  • (Appointments available under case by case basis)
  • Utilities Disconnections have been suspended for 30 days.
  • Residential and commercial customers can reach College Park’s customer care center at (404) 669-3759.
  • Archived City Council Meetings available on Facebook, click here.
  • COVID-19 Hazards Incident Management Plan, click here.

Schools:

  • Fulton County Schools & Administrative Offices closed until further notice

Canceled Events:

  • March 19th: Let’s Talk Airport City Community Meeting #1
  • March 28th: Let’s Talk Airport City Community Meeting #2

Miscellaneous:

  • All in-person Advance Voting: will resume the end of April 2020

Hapeville Depot Museum sign
Hapeville Depot Museum sign

HAPEVILLE

Government:

  • City Hall closed until March 31, 2020
  • Municipal Court will be suspended until April 30, 2020
  • Central Cashiering will suspend all inside walk-up transactions. Payments will still be accepted online at the City of Hapeville website, mail, dropbox or by phone.
  • Disconnections have been suspended.

Schools:

  • Fulton County Schools & Administrative Offices closed until further notice.

Recreation:

  • Hoyt Smith Recreation/Conference Center & Community Services facilities are closed to the public until Match 31, 2020.

Temporary Pay Policy:

  • A temporary policy has been developed to allow the City to provide pay without interruption or exhaustion of sick leave due to personal or household infection with COVID-19 or a mandatory quarantine due to exposure.

Canceled Events:

  • ALL City Sanctioned Events have been canceled or postponed until March 31, 2020.

Miscellaneous:

  • All in-person Advance Voting: will resume the end of April 2020.

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