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The last several days have been challenging for all of us. As you know, the safety of our residents and employees is always our highest priority.

Out of an abundance of caution, the reopening of administrative departments scheduled for June 1 has been delayed until June 8. Employees should continue to telework and engage with their departments.

Employees who are assigned to emergency essential services, such as public safety, elections, and the justice system, should coordinate with their department director for any specific instructions.

Fulton County remains committed to diversity and inclusion, and to protecting the rights of our citizens. We thank you for your work every day to uphold these important priorities.

These are difficult times. If you need to talk with someone, please know that the Fulton County Employee Assistance Program is available. You can access your Fulton County EAP benefits by calling 1-800-999-7222 or visiting (password: Fulton).

Reopening Details

During the Board of Commissioners May 2020 Recess Meeting, the County Manager, Chief Operating Officer and Chief Financial Officer provided an update on Fulton County’s COVID-19 response and a three-phase plan for re-opening Fulton County facilities.

Select public facilities will open on June 15, and others will open at a later date.

Employees in Phase I & Phase II departments will hear more from their department leaders about return-to-work planning and processes. Key steps will include:

  • COVID-19 Testing for employees Please contact your Department Head if you have questions regarding when and where to be tested for COVID-19.
  • Re-orientation from the Human Resources Department about new practices and procedures - Departments in the first wave are getting signed up for re-orientation.
  • Employee health attestations
  • Review and modifications of employee work schedules as needed
  • Cleaning & Decluttering of all work spaces
  • Modifications to some work spaces to ensure social distancing
  • New signage and social distancing markers in all facilities
  • Issuance of Personal Protective Equipment to employees
  • Temperature screenings for employees and the public

Facilities that will re-open to the public June 15 will include:

  • Fulton County Government Center, 141 Pryor Street, Atlanta
  • South Fulton Service Center, 5600 Stonewall Tell Road, Atlanta, GA 30349
  • North Fulton Service Center, Roswell Road, Sandy Springs
  • Customer Service Center at Maxwell Road
  • Greenbriar Mall Tax Commissioner’s Office

Plans are still underway and employees will learn more in coming days.