As Tucker’s city staff prepares to move into a new City Hall later this month, they need help decorating the new space to make it feel uniquely “Tucker.”
The city of Tucker is tweaking its lineup of community celebrations this summer and canceling a popular annual event to keep residents safe in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.
The City of Tucker has expanded its mask giveaway program and is ready to distribute an additional 3,000 masks to residents of the City. Last month, the City gave out 6,400 masks to senior and long-term care facilities, small businesses and, individuals in need.
The city of Tucker is unable to hold a traditional summer camp this year due to the coronavirus, but it still plans to offer a slate of recreational and educational options for families.
Residents in the Tucker area are invited to come to one of three locations this week to pick up medical grade masks for themselves and their families.
Mayor Frank Auman announced Friday just before his State of the City Address plans to give away more than 6,000 surgical grade masks to those who need them most in the City of Tucker.
With schools closed, public events being postponed and residents continuing to shelter in place, the City of Tucker announced a new initiative Thursday aimed at improving morale in the community. The “Spring Fling” will encourage people to connect with neighbors, support others and have a little bit of fun.
Mayor Frank Auman said his plan is “smarter” than the stay-at-home order that DeKalb County CEO Michael Thurmond enacted last week for unincorporated parts of the county.
The city of Tucker has imposed a nighttime curfew on its residents, a move aimed at curbing the spread of the coronavirus.
The city of Tucker is set to have 133 solar panels installed on the roof of its recreation facility.