All Fulton County public meetings have been canceled or postponed and libraries, arts and senior centers will close indefinitely, according to a press release. Early voting locations will remain open, the release said.

“Fulton County has been working closely with the Board of Health, the Georgia Department of Public Health, the CDC, our school systems and cities in responding to COVID-19,” the release said.

All public meetings, events and activities held by the county are canceled or postponed until further notice. The Board of Commissioners’ meetings will continue as scheduled, the release said.

All Atlanta-Fulton libraries and county art centers will be closed to the public starting March 14, until further notice, including the Northside and Sandy Springs branch libraries and the Abernathy Arts Center in Sandy Springs.

All Fulton senior centers will be closed to the public starting March 16 until further notice, including the Dorothy Benson Center in Sandy Springs. 

The North Fulton Service Center in Sandy Springs will also be closed. All other offices will be open with limited staff.

Early voting and Election Day voting will continue without interruption, the release said, and libraries, arts and senior centers will be open for voting only as previously scheduled, the release said. 

Residents are encouraged to monitor updates on the Fulton County website here.

For the latest information about the new coronavirus, see the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website at cdc.gov.

Hannah Greco

Hannah Greco is writer and media communications specialist based in Atlanta.