Mayor Newton's Response to COVID-19

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As a city, we are working together to minimize the impact of the coronavirus on our community. Our number one priority is and always will be the safety and well-being of our citizens, businesses and employees. As we continue to follow the guidelines and precedents established by the CDC and our peer governments through this ever-changing situation, please take assurance that we are doing all in our power to ensure this priority is met. Working together, we can get past this crisis and return stronger and more resilient than before.
  1. May 18, 2020

    Dear Friends and Neighbors, As restrictions for going to work and moving about society have lessened with the expiration of various executive orders from the Governor's Office, we must remember that this does not mean the pandemic is no longer a concern. Read on...
  2. April 21, 2020

    Dear Friends and Neighbors: Despite the challenges and uncertainty of past weeks, I know the future holds great promise for our city. I know this, because I've been watching you. Watching and listening, and what I have seen and heard makes me proud Read on...
  3. April 3, 2020

    A special note for our most vulnerable citizens: In an effort to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus, Governor Brian Kemp announced that Georgia is taking additional measures to protect all Georgians, including those most at risk of serious, Read on...
  4. March 14, 2020

    To the Citizens of Norcross: The enduring values we possess as a city guide us as we face the difficult challenge of responding to the coronavirus (COVID-19), which the World Health Organization declared a pandemic on Wednesday. Read on...
  5. March 11, 2020

    To our Norcross Citizens: The Mayor’s office desires to keep our citizens well informed and safe, and with the recent coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreaks and the six confirmed cases (and 16 presumptive positive cases) in Georgia, that level of awareness is Read on...