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In order to help slow the spread of COVID-19 in Norcross and the surrounding area, the City of Norcross has implemented various efforts to help ensure the safety of our staff and citizens. We are closely monitoring both CDC and the Department of Public Health guidelines and updates, and will alert citizens should further steps need to be taken.
Latest from the GovernorOn Monday, November 30th, Gov. Kemp extended the Public Health State of Emergency through January 8, 2021. The Public Health State of Emergency allows for enhanced coordination across government and the private sector for supply procurement, comprehensive testing and healthcare capacity. In addition, Gov. Kemp issued additional guidance on empowering a healthy Georgia. Read the executive orders below:
November 30th Executive Orders: Gov. Kemp Extends State of Emergency Through January 8
State of Emergency Extension
Guidance for Empowering a Healthy Georgia
Last Updated 8:29 p.m. 1/7/2021
While we still highly encourage the use of our online portal for payments and form submittals, processing fees have resumed as of August 15. Please see below for specific service information.
Payments can be mailed, dropped off using the City Hall drive-through or night depository box, paid online or called in using 1-844-598-3636.
Call 770-448-2122 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Use the online portal and follow the direction for account setup and submission or call 678-421-2027 for assistance.
Email email@example.com or call 678-421-2027 for assistance.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 678-421-2027 for assistance.
Submit request online. Call 678-421-2069 if any questions.
Sanitation and recycling will remain on schedule, with a few alterations to service. Glass recycling drop-off has been moved from the Public Works lobby to the Public Works parking lot. Bulk item collection, which had been halted during the Shelter at Home Order, is back. Advanced Disposal will collect either one bulk household furniture item per week or up to 5 extra bags that will not fit in a trash cart per week if scheduled at least before 3 p.m. the day prior to a customer’s regularly scheduled pick-up day. Customers may submit requests for bulk-item pickup or report missed pickups at the new sanitation number 678-495-0058, which connects directly with Advanced Disposal. Other requests or concerns can be submitted 24/7 through the city's Request Tracker.
The Municipal Court Office is now open. Court cases are being rescheduled with a modified court calendar to adhere to social distancing due to concerns with COVID-19. Only defendants will be permitted on the premises. Please click here for more information. To pay municipal court citations, please reference the above “Service Assistance” instructions.
For any additional questions, please email email@example.com. If you are paying court citation, payments can be mailed or dropped off using the City Hall night depository box, please write court on the outside of your envelope. Only money orders and checks accepted; no cash.
Probation services and meetings normally held at City Hall will be rescheduled. You can make online payments at payppsi.com/doraville. You will need your name, case number/ticket number, and probation officer’s name to use this site. Any probation questions regarding your case should be directed by phone at 770-455-6880 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Officers will continue to respond to all emergency needs, both day and night. Non-emergency calls are being handled by phone with an officer. Remember, if you live/work in the city, you can call 770-448-2111 for all police needs. Of course call 911 for fire, medical or other emergency. While the window will remain closed, our NPD lobby is open for walk-in emergency needs–the lobby phone connects directly to dispatchers. Police and Accident Reports can be obtained by emailing email@example.com.
City Parks, including pavilions, playgrounds and restrooms, are now open to the public. Please note that the Lillian Park Splash Pad remains closed.
Meetings & Events
Following CDC recommendations, the city will cease public gatherings at city facilities containing more than 10 people until further notice. Please consult our events page and calendar for up-to-date information on scheduled and canceled events. All future scheduled events are also subject to change; citizens should keep checking the city website for the most up-to-date status.
All public meetings of Mayor & Council as well as our boards and committees have resumed normal meeting schedules, and are being conducted via Zoom teleconference. For meeting links, please consult the agenda packet for the relevant meeting on the Meetings & Agendas webpage. Links will be posted on the cover page of the packet.
Lionheart Theatre has resumed operations with limited seating (25). Masks and temperature checks are required for entry, and CDC guidelines are being followed.
COVID-19 Testing & Vaccination
Information provided by the Gwinnett, Newton & Rockdale County Health Departments, the lead response agency for our area.
Georgia is currently in Phase 1A of COVID-19 vaccination distribution. Phase 1A includes healthcare personnel, residents of long-term care facilities, first responders (law enforcement, firefighters and EMS) and adults 65 and older. Vaccination will increase to include more groups of people as more vaccine is produced.
If you fall into Phase 1A and need an appointment, you can schedule online here. Due to high demand, GNRHD also recommends checking with your local healthcare provider for vaccine availability.
Appointments are required to be vaccinated; walk-ins cannot be accommodated. To learn more, visit the GNRHD website and click the "Can I Get a COVID-19 Vaccination?" FAQ question (no direct link available), or call the GA COVID-19 Vaccine Hotline, 888-357-0169.
As this situation continues to evolve, we encourage you to carefully monitor the CDC, Georgia Department of Public Health, and the county health offices. The State of Georgia also has a COVID-19 hotline (see below). If you believe that you are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 or have been exposed to the novel coronavirus, please contact your primary care doctor, an urgent care clinic or your local federally qualified healthcare center.
Contact COVID-19 Hotline: 844.442.2681
Other Important Numbers to Know:
Gwinnett, Newton and Rockdale County Health Department*: (770) 339-4260
GNRC 24/7 On-Call Epidemiologist: (404) 323-1910
State Public Health Department 24/7 Line: (866) 782-4584
*The Gwinnett, Newton and Rockdale County Health Department is the lead response agency for our area.
Prevent the Spread Information & Guidance - English (PDF)
Enfermedad del coronavirus 2019 - Espanol (PDF)