Local Governments Impacted by Coronavirus
March 19, 2020
As businesses, schools and families are having to adjust day-to-day operations due to the Coronavirus outbreak, governments are not immune. Most all local government offices are having to alter how they do business. We are working to keep our members updated on the various changes as they happen.
From permitting, to zoning, to closings, the ARA recognizes the growing concerns the Coronavirus has caused and how most local governments are adjusting their daily operations. Below are metro Atlanta government operational updates that are important to REALTORS®. All information subject to change. We will continue to monitor and make updates as soon as we get them.
If you have any questions or concerns, contact Governmental Affairs Director Aaron Johnson at (404) 732-0631.
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