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City Hall Closed to Public Until Further Notice

City staff available by appointment

Post Date:03/24/2020 3:03 PM

Since the outbreak of the coronavirus began, the city has endeavored to find the best balance between providing service at City Hall to its residents and business community. Just recently City Hall had reduced its hours that it was open to the public to Tuesdays and Thursdays. However, after considering the continued spread of the coronavirus in the metro area, the decision was made to close City Hall to the public.

Until further notice, Peachtree Corners City Hall will not be open during regular business hours. However, members of the public may request in-person meetings by appointment. During regular City Hall hours, the staff will be available by telephone and email.

A complete list of city staff with direct telephone numbers and email address is located on the city’s website, www.peachtreecornersga.gov. Use the link at the top of the home page labeled “Contact Us” for a complete list. Names are listed alphabetically; you may also use the filter to locate staff members by department.

For Building Permits and Building Inspections:

All contractors, permit expeditors, architectural /engineering firms, etc., submitting plans for  building construction or land disturbance projects, should do so electronically through eplan solutions (https://peachtreecornersga.eps.tech/peachtreecornersga/index.html). 

Please make an appointment for certificates, to pick up approved plans and permits. For permitting questions, please contact Elaine Cribbs at 470-550-1729 or via email at ecribbs@peachtreecornersga.gov. For questions relating to building inspections, please contact Mark Mitchell by telephone at 678-691-1207 or via email at mmitchell@peachtreecornersga.gov

For Business license questions, applications and payments:

The city strongly encourages businesses to renew their licenses online or by mail. If you have questions regarding renewals, please send an email to businesslicenses@peachtreecornersga.gov or call 678-691-1208 to speak with the city’s business license officer.

For Code Enforcement queries:

Although City Hall will be closed to the public, Code Enforcement Officers will be conducting their normal field inspections in order to respond to and handle any issues that arise. The community will still be able to contact Code Enforcement via telephone at 470-395-7024; by email at codeenforcement@peachtreecornersga.gov or by creating a report from the city’s website website (https://www.peachtreecornersga.gov/residents/report-an-issue-fix-it) or by using the city’s Fix-It app.

For Public Work issues or questions:

Public Works or Solid Waste related issues can still be submitted through the PC Fix-it app. For those with a smartphone, download the free app by searching “PC Fix-it” in your affiliated app store. The Fix-It app is also available on city’s “Corners Connect” app. You can also submit a service request using the City’s website at https://www.peachtreecornersga.gov/residents/report-an-issue-fix-it

As usual, all phone calls to Public Works will be routed to the 24 hour/day call center if staff is unavailable at the time of your call. Staff is also available via email addresses at all times, and those addresses are available on the Public Works page. Daily maintenance activities of the city’s infrastructure will continue on a regular basis just as they do during normal operations. 

If you have questions regarding any non-city related matters, please refer to the “Who Do I Call” list which is located under the “Residents” tab. Topics include emergency water repair, excessive noise complaints, property taxes, stray animals, etc.

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