Due to a rise in COVID-19 cases in the Norcross 30071 zip code, Norcross City Hall is open by appointment beginning July 1.

COVID-19 increase leads Norcross to appointments at city hall

Norcross will begin allowing visits to City Hall, 65 Lawrenceville St., and other city facilities by appointment on July 1. Masks will be required, and hand sanitizing stations will be readily available.

With the rise in cases specific to the city’s 30071 zip code, the health department has advised Norcross officials to stay closed to the general public for the time being.

To make an appointment, reach out to the appropriate department as detailed on the city operations COVID webpage: www.norcrossga.net/1970/City-Operations.

The Norcross City Council and boards will continue to meet virtually via Zoom teleconference. Glass recycling is still available in the parking lot of Public Works, 345 Lively Ave. Other questions, if not answered on the webpage: 678-421-2042.

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