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The City of Woodstock has announced measures to provide temporary assistance to residents and businesses amid the outbreak of COVID-19.
“We are determined to take immediate steps to help our residents and businesses weather the current situation,” City Manager Jeff Moon stated. “I’m sure in the coming days there will be more measures City of Woodstock can implement to help our residents and businesses as additional needs arise.”
The city will not assess interest or penalties to Water & Sewer Utility payments not paid by the March 30 due date.
City of Woodstock will not charge interest for the month of March for delinquent personal or real property accounts.
There will be no additional penalties for delinquent business occupation taxes applied April 1st.
Regarding the alcohol excise pouring tax for restaurants and breweries, City of Woodstock will allow payments, which are due March 20, to be deferred for 30 days.
“Council and staff wanted to look at things the city could do that would have an immediate impact on companies and individuals,” said Mayor Donnie Henriques. “I think this is a good start.”
Follow City of Woodstock, GA on Facebook, @woodstockgagov on Twitter, or go to www.woodstockga.gov for additional closure and cancellation information as well as resources for COVID-19 response.
About City of Woodstock, GA: Located just 30 miles north of Atlanta, Woodstock’s City limits include more than 12 square miles and over 30,000 residents. Woodstock is a Georgia PlanFirst
Community and a recipient of Georgia Municipal Association’s Live Work Play City Award. Known for its vibrant downtown and world-class trails, Woodstock is home to historic Dixie Speedway, The
Outlet Shoppes at Atlanta, and Georgia Small Business Rockstar Reformation Brewery.