Atlanta Mayor reissues orders to limit impact of COVID-19 pandemic

March 26, 2020 Atlanta - Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms waits for cue during a town hall meeting to discuss the growing coronavirus pandemic that airs live on WSB-TV Channel 2, CBS46, Georgia Public Broadcasting, 11 Alive, FOX 5 Atlanta and Univision 34 Atlanta at WSB-TV Channel 2 on Thursday night, March 26, 2020.
March 26, 2020 Atlanta - Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms waits for cue during a town hall meeting to discuss the growing coronavirus pandemic that airs live on WSB-TV Channel 2, CBS46, Georgia Public Broadcasting, 11 Alive, FOX 5 Atlanta and Univision 34 Atlanta at WSB-TV Channel 2 on Thursday night, March 26, 2020.

Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms has reissued administrative orders to prevent the city’s termination of water services, enforcing parking regulations and taking any actions against restaurants selling unopened alcoholic beverages, according to a Tuesday press release.

The orders are intended to minimize the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and last through June 30.

Bottoms has also issued a 60-day order on May 11 that prohibits residential evictions for properties subsidized by governmental and quasi-governmental agencies, including the Atlanta Housing Authority, Atlanta Beltline Inc., Fulton County/City of Atlanta Land Bank Authority, Invest Atlanta, Partners for Home and the City of Atlanta's Department of Grants and Community Development.