The public can also visit the Parks and Recreation department at 160 Trinity Ave., from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., to submit their arborist plan. Residents can visit Atlanta’s website for the full list of what’s open for in-person services.
The mayor’s office told The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Friday that “most if not all other City services are available online.” According to an internal City Hall memo obtained by the AJC Thursday, “city facilities will remain closed to public meetings and events.”
Bottoms’ also issued an executive order lifting the ban on outdoor events with 50,000 or more attendees. Those events can only occur if the organizers host the occasion within the guidelines set by the city or the governor’s office to reduce the risk of COVID-19′s spread. Event organizers, for instance, must designate a health coordinator, develop an internal health plan, and develop an emergency service and security plan.