Braselton response to COVID - 19

The Town of Braselton will be making some changes to our regular operations for the foreseeable future to safely serve our community and ensure the health and welfare of our citizens, customers and employees. For now, all our buildings remain open regular hours, but we ask that you limit visits to necessity and avoid visits if you feel unwell or may have been exposed to anyone who is unwell. During this time, we hope that customers will still be able to get quality service by working with staff by phone, email and of course utilizing the Town's website. www.Braselton.net

We encourage customers to pay their utility bills online or utilize the drive up window or drop box. Municipal Court fines can be paid online and all courts have been cancelled and rescheduled as indicated on both our home page and the Municipal Court page of our website.

Whenever possible, the Braselton Police will be handling by phone any non-priority calls or complaints that only require a report to be taken and/or where there is no crime scene or evidence to be collected. If they need to come to your home or business on a non-priority call, they ask that you step outside to speak to them if at all possible. We want to keep our police officers healthy and available to serve you.

One added practice that we have stressed to all employees is the importance of staying home if the employee is ill or caring for a dependent that is ill. We stress that message with you as well. Please do not come to Town offices if you are sick. You may call the main line at 706-654-3915 and someone will assist you. You may also email a request or concern to jscott@braselton.net.

Follow Northeast Georgia Medical Center Braselton Press releases at  https://www.nghs.com/news/

Follow Braselton News online at https://www.mainstreetnews.com/braselton/news/

We will continue to monitor health advisories and any requirements placed upon local governments by the Georgia Department of Public Health. To keep up to date on current health related information, we encourage you to visit one of the websites listed below.

Georgia Department of Public Health: https://dph.georgia.gov/
Center for Disease Control: https://www.cdc.gov/
World Health Organization: https://www.who.int/

 The Town of Braselton is here to serve its residents and businesses and will continue to update if we have any changes on its website (www.Braselton.net) and via social media.

 Mayor Bill Orr

Jennifer Scott, Town Manager