City Of Bainbridge Response to COVID-19

City of Bainbridge Announces Response to COVID-19
Posted on 03/17/2020
COVID19

City of Bainbridge Residents and Customers Regarding COVID-19: 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Re: City of Bainbridge Residents and Customers Regarding COVID-19:

In the interest of public health and safety and due to an abundance of caution in the face of the Coronavirus -19 Pandemic, all City of Bainbridge offices will remain temporarily closed beginning April 6 through May 11, 2020.

We will also be implementing measures to mitigate the exposure and spread of COVID-19 to both our citizens and our employees.

Residential and commercial trash pickup will be uninterrupted. During normal business hours, we can still be reached at (229) 248-2000. Should you have an after hours emergency, please use the appropriate department on call number listed below:

  • Public Safety: Call 911 in the event of an emergency and (229) 248-2038 for a nonemergency.
  • Water Department Afterhours: (229) 726-6227
  • Sewer Department Afterhours: (229) 515-0415
  • Natural Gas Afterhours: (229) 515-0173
  • Parks Department Afterhours: (229) 726-9582
  • Streets Department Afterhours: (229) 515-0231

Employees in the Community Development and Administrative Services Divisions will remain working remotely as well as safely performing duties inside of City Hall.

Please visit our website at www.bainbridgecity.com for a full list of employee phone numbers and  up to date information and to access online city services. The City of Bainbridge will also post updates to Facebook, Twitter and Instagram as well.

Utility payments can be made online at www.bainbridgecity.com or by utilizing the drop boxes located on Clark and Broad Streets. Should you need assistance, please call (229) 248-2000.

Building permits can be issued through the portal also located on www.bainbridgecity.com.

The City of Bainbridge continues to monitor the current COVID-19 pandemic and maintain communication with Decatur County Emergency Management, Georgia Department of Public Health and the United States Center for Disease Control.