Governor Lifts Shelter-in-Place Order for Most Georgians Except High Risk Population

Governor Brian Kemp issued a new executive order yesterday (Thursday, May 30) that ends sheltering-in-place for most Georgians. However, the shelter-in-place order remains in effect for Georgia’s at-risk population (e.g., people over 65, those with compromised immune systems, etc.) until June 12. The Governor’s State-of-Emergency Order for Georgia remains in effect until May 13. To read the Governor’s entire document outlining his recent order as well as some past orders, click here.

In compliance with the State-of-Emergency Order, all gatherings of more than 10 people continue to be prohibited, and The Landings Association’s Administration Building (600 Landings Way South) as well as Common Property amenities (e.g., Sunset Pavilion rentals, athletic field rentals, Landings Dog Park, Landings Harbor Picnic Grounds rentals, etc.) will remain closed at least through May 13.

Landings Security and Landings Public Works continue to work onsite as they have done throughout the Shelter-in-Place order. All other departments are fully functioning and available remotely to assist residents. To learn the answers to some common questions regarding navigating some TLA process click here.

This article was originally published by The Landings Association on their website.

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