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Update (March 17, 10:30 a.m.): Mayor Troy Brumbalow said on Tuesday that starting Wednesday, all city of Cumming buildings would be closed to the public. City departments will remain open and customers will still be able to reach employees by phone or email.
Bills for Cumming Utilities can be paid online, by mail, by phone and at a dropbox at City Hall.
Tuesday's meeting of the Cumming City Council is planned to go on as scheduled, and Brumbalow said the council's next work session will likely not allow visitors and be posted online and no action will be taken on items requiring a public hearing.
After announcing closures for recreation last week, the city of Cumming has announced more closures due to concerns with the novel coronavirus.
On Monday, city officials announced the closing of the Sawnee Association of the Arts’ Art Center at the Brannon Head House indefinitely and the closing of the Cumming Municipal Court through at least Wednesday, April 15.
Those with planned court proceedings during the closure can contact the court at 770-781-2002 or by email at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Cumming City Council and Planning and Zoning Board meetings on Tuesday, March 17 have not been canceled, and any changes will be posted on the city’s website and Facebook.
Last week, the city announced all athletics, the Cumming Aquatic Center and all parks and recreation activities would be closed and events at the Cumming Fairgrounds would be postponed or canceled..