City of Kingsland Requires Masks Inside City Facilities
PUBLIC NOTICE (August 3, 2021) – Beginning Wednesday, August 4, 2021, face masks will again be required inside City of Kingsland facilities. Following guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), masks are recommended indoors in areas of high transmission, like Camden County, to maximize protection from the Delta variant and to prevent possibly spreading it to others.
Camden County is currently experiencing a COVID-19 community spread rate that is the highest in the Coastal Health District per capita. Dr. Davis, Director Coastal Health District, GaDPH advised that Camden County infections were higher than any other county within the coastal health district. In light of this information, the city is immediately implementing measures to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19. City departments are making operational adjustments to ensure the continuation of all essential City services for residents and businesses.
Access to some City buildings is restricted to employees only. The restriction will continue until further notice. Government services, including police, fire, garbage pick-up and permitting, will continue as usual. Citizens are urged to utilize online or telephone services when possible. If you must do business in-person at a city building, please call ahead to ensure facility access is available. City staff may be working remotely in an effort to reduce the spread of COVID-19 and to ensure proper social distancing.
For additional information and details on specific department operational changes, visit the City’s website at KingslandGeorgia.com.