Fayette County offices set to re-open May 18

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Fayette County Administrative Complex in Fayetteville. File photo.
Fayette County Administrative Complex in Fayetteville. File photo.

Fayette County government offices are planning to re-open to the public on May 18 after being closed due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Offices at the county complex on Stonewall Avenue will remain closed through May 17. Offices will officially re-open to the public on May 18, said Fayette County Administrator Steve Rapson.

Rapson added that restricted access at the 911 Center will stay in effect.

Rapson encouraged residents to continue to contact via phone, email or the county’s website at www.fayettecountyga.gov

May 18 will also see a phased re-opening for recreation, the senior center and library services.

Parks and rental/activities will gradually re-open while ensuring social (physical) distancing.

Rapson said county staff will work with sports associations on slow-starting recreational programming.

Large events, such as official games, tournaments, food truck frenzy and community yard sales, will be delayed.

Summer camp is also being delayed, with those dates moved to mid-June, at which time they will be reassessed.

Rapson said the county will continue to exercise and abundance of caution concerning Coronavirus (COVID-19).