Mayor Bobby Cartwright has issued a declaration for all residents, business employees and patrons in the City encouraging the use of face coverings to avoid the spread of COVID-19. Effective at midnight on July 1, 2020, masks should be worn in all public spaces including but not limited to grocery stores, pharmacies, business locations, parking lots, sidewalks, and public transit. A mask or face covering shall be a fabric covering that covers the mouth and nose and is secured by ties or straps.
Exemptions may apply for religious beliefs, medical conditions, children under the age of 12, private individual offices, and when complying with law enforcement officers.
The City of Lovejoy administrative offices will resume business as of Monday, June 1st 2020. To help reduce the risk of COVID-19, staff and visitors are highly encouraged to wear masks while handling business, practice social distancing, and frequent hand washing. Wherever possible, business should be conducted via email, virtual meeting, telephone or mail.
Lovejoy City Hall and Police Department
9:00 A.M. -1:00 P.M.
Schedule an Appointment:
Monday, Wednesday, and Friday
10:00 A.M. - 3:00 P.M.
Tuesday and Thursday
2:00 P.M. - 6:00 P.M.
Lovejoy Community Center
COVID-19 Update: On behalf of Mayor Cartwright
NOTICE: Code Enforcement
Georgia Reopening Update: Business Minimum Requirements
Some important changes have taken place to the Shelter In Place order. Effective Friday, April 24, 2020, the following businesses are permitted to reopen: gyms and fitness centers, bowling alleys, body art studios, barbers, cosmetologists, hair designers, nail care artists, estheticians and their respective schools, and massage therapists.
"While these businesses are permitted to reopen, I want to urge business owners and the general public to use extreme caution if you chose to venture out based on these revised orders. Continue to shelter in place wherever possible. If you must go out, continue to use all the precautions recommended by the CDC- wear a mask, wash your hands frequently, use hand sanitizer if you are unable to wash your hands, and disinfect surfaces regularly. The overall health and safety of our community depends on it."
Stay safe everyone! - Mayor Cartwright