Georgia's Shelter In Place Order Extended through April 30, 2020
Georgia’s Shelter In Place Order extended through April 30
Georgia’s Shelter In Place order has been extended through the end of April (at least until April 30, 2020). The Public Health Emergency Declaration has also been extended to May 13, 2020.
Your support for our community continues to inspire. The Support Smyrna effort is feeding people and families in need. To learn more, including how to apply for assistance, go to www.SupportSmyrna.org and review all of the information. You may donate to help buy groceries. You may offer to pay someone’s water bill. You may also, if you are a senior and/or a household of coronavirus vulnerability status, contact the Smyrna Police Department who can assist you in having your grocery and/or medication order delivered to you free of charge. Look for instructions on who to call on the SupportSmyrna.org web page.
Please use the COVID-19 Response pages of the City website www.SmyrnaGa.gov to review information regarding the status of access to services, public buildings/facilities and other information such as updates on developing resources for small businesses and updates on assistance options and other information for residents. Look for the button for COVID-19 Response on the home page.
City of Smyrna offices are closed on Friday, April 10, 2020 in observance of Good Friday. Public Safety remains operational, but as we reported at the teleconference meeting of the City Council on Tuesday and on your City website all week, your curbside sanitation/recycling schedule has been adjusted for this week. The following applies:
- Friday routes moved to Thursday
- Thursday routes moved to Wednesday
- Monday and Tuesday routes are unchanged
- No large items or yard waste picked up this week