RETURN TO NORMAL OPERATIONS PLAN: PHASE I
As of June 1, 2020
While the Governor’s shelter in place order expired April 30th at 11:59 PM (excepting high risk individuals, for whom the order was extended through June 12th), that does not mean the pandemic is no longer a concern nor that health and safety precautions may be lessened. In point of fact, the Governor’s State of Emergency has been extended through July 12th. We are entering the first phase on the road to recovery and normalcy–it will not happen overnight. Assuming further directives are not provided by the Governor, the following is an outline of actions the City of Norcross plans to follow in order to resume normal operations.
- The Municipal Court Office will remain closed to the public for in-person services until July 1st. Regular court arraignments only will resume June 9th at 9 a.m., however only defendants will be permitted on the premises; guests/general public may tune in virtually.
- City Council Meetings will continue to be held virtually, and the decision to return to in-person meetings will be reviewed July 1st.
- Public Hearings will be held virtually in accordance with state guidelines until July 1st.
- City Facilities will remain closed to the public until July 1st.
- Norcross Parks and Restrooms will remain open to the public.
- Opening Park Playgrounds will be reviewed on July 1st.
- Future City Events will be assessed August 1st for possible scheduling.
Conditions are constantly being evaluated and these dates are subject to change. CDC Social Distancing will be enforced in all city facilities/spaces.
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