City of South Fulton Announces Gradual, Three-Phase Reopening Plan
The City of South Fulton will reopen operations through a three-phase process starting July 13, with the remaining phases linked to specific target points in the decline of new COVID-19 cases in Fulton County and statewide.
The city’s plan outlines gradually increasing levels of reinstated services. Additionally, it sets protocols for social distancing, enhanced hygiene and sanitizing procedures; limited personal contact; and other safety measures.
The second phase of reopening will start only when daily numbers of new, documented virus cases, as reported by the Georgia Department of Health, show a steady decline over 14 days. Phase three will begin 30 days later if a continued decline is observed over a 14-day period.
You can read in the city’s official reopening news release as well as a release detailing the reopening plan for the city’s Municipal Court. In addition, you can view the city’s complete reopening plan. You can also get a quick look at what phase one and phases two and three will look like. To learn more about the individual plans for reopening specific departments, click on the department’s link below.
You also can review a list of frequently asked questions about the reopening of city parks, complete with a map showing which parks are open in phase one.
For a specific department’s reopening plan, click its corresponding link below: