The City of Toccoa released several updates and policy changes this afternoon, April 3, as a result of Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp’s Shelter-In-Place Executive Order that goes into effect at 6 p.m. today.
“The City’s mission is to provide essential services to keep the community safe and healthy, and we will continue to provide those services at the highest level possible during these challenging times,” Mayor Terry Carter said. “Working together, we can do our part and make our community safe during this difficult time. We are a strong, self-reliant community. We very much appreciate the public's support and understanding.
“The City will not compromise on the deliver of these essential service for the community, citizens and customers,” added City Manager Billy Morse.
To support the Governor’s request to heighten the social distancing efforts already in place to slow the spread of COVID-19, the city made the following changes: