Peachtree City’s pandemic-influenced Fiscal Year 2021 budget will come in around $38.5 million, City Manager Jon Rorie told the City Council June 25. Adoption is expected next month.
Covid-19’s social distancing rules have claimed another victim: The iconic Peachtree City 4th of July parade with a twilight fireworks show.
Several south metro Atlanta municipalities plan to reopen portions of their government offices to the public in the coming week.
When it comes to the fiscal impacts for the current budget ending Sept. 30 and next year’s budget beginning Oct. 1 due to the business shutdowns from the Covid-19 pandemic, Peachtree City Manager Jon Rorie said those effects occur as three pieces of the fiscal puzzle, each of which is the subject of ongoing preparation and planning.
When it comes to things like decreased traffic volumes on roadways, Peachtree City during the statewide shelter at home order from COVID-19 is like other cities in Fayette County.
Peachtree City, Fayetteville and Tyrone have instituted restrictions on business operations in their communities as each attempts to contain the coronavirus.
Peachtree City joins other Fayette County municipalities in banning gatherings of more than 10 people in any one place, including on the city’s 100 miles of cart paths.