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City Hall Closing Due to Possible Covid-19 Contraction

City of Stonecrest Temporarily Closing City Hall Due to Possible COVID Contraction 


STONECREST, Ga. (April 10, 2021) – The Stonecrest City Hall has been closed to the general public for the past several months due to the ongoing pandemic. However, it is used intermittently by some City staff who require materials and equipment only available at City Hall. A member of the City’s team received a positive COVID-19 test on Friday, April 9. In an abundance of caution, City Hall is being closed to all City staff, vendors and customers until Thursday, April 15. City staff will be working remotely during this period to ensure that the needs of our residents are still met despite this closure. In the meantime, City Hall will be sanitized on Sunday, April 11 with follow up cleaning later in the week. Our employee who tested positive for COVID-19 is scheduled to be retested so that we can confirm the result and all employees who were in close contact with this individual are being asked to self-isolate and work remotely.

We apologize for any inconvenience that this closure may cause but the health and safety of our team members, elected officials, residents and visitors is our top priority. We appreciate your patience and understanding during this closure and look forward to resuming our operations in the near future. Additional updates will be posted on the City’s website: