UPDATED 3/24/20 - 11:52 AM
Tattnall County is taking the following action to slow or minimize the potential for localized spread. Tattnall County Board of Commissioners will be discontinuing public access to buildings and facilities during normal business hours starting today on March 19, 2020 until further notice.
County employees will be reporting to work during their normal shifts and will be available by telephone or other electronic means. Certain field workers such as inspectors, code enforcement officers, animal control officers, and others will be performing duties outside of assigned offices. Public contact will be discouraged by field personnel and social distancing will be practiced. We are encouraging the public to make payments by mail or to utilize Drop Boxes were available.
The list downloadble below identifies the departments and functions subject to the temporary restrictions or limited public access, along with their location and primary telephone numbers. If you have specific questions, please contact these offices by telephone to inquire about business activities that can be reasonably conducted under these conditions. While business activities will be limited, we will be providing additional information on County related websites, social media and mass media concerning updates.
While we are reluctant to create this inconvenience, the County government is doing everything possible to promote best public health practices suggested by known and credible sources monitoring the pandemic. Meanwhile, all citizen-based public safety (law enforcement, jail, fire, EMS, E-911, animal control), and public works functions (roads, solid waste/Convenience Centers) will remain active with some potential adjustments or limitations.
If you have any questions, please contact The Commissioner's office at 912-557-4335.
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