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Cobb County Issues Declaration of Emergency
Updated April 3, 2020
Cobb County government officials have extended the Declaration of Emergency until April 24, 2020. Details of this executive order and statements made by county officials can be found under the Latest News and Announcements on the county’s website.
The county has also provided the phone numbers (located in image) to help offer up-to-date answers to any questions about the coronavirus.
City of Kennesaw Issues Executive Order
Updated March 24, 2020 at 10:00 a.m.
Mayor Derek Easterling declared a state of emergency on Friday, March 20, followed by an executive order on Tuesday, March 24. The executive order addresses public gatherings and limits services for dining and entertainment venues. For further updates from the city of Kennesaw, please visit https://www.kennesaw-ga.gov/covid-19/.
SBA Loans Now Available
Georgia’s small businesses are now eligible to apply for a low-interest federal disaster loan from the Small Business Administration (SBA). If you are a small business and need support, please consider inquiring at your earliest convenience by visiting SBA’s page.
Cobb Chamber Resources
The Cobb Chamber has dedicated a page on their website to provide various resources and information to assist in navigating this unprecedented situation. This page includes resources for small business support, aid for nonprofits, tips on taking care of Cobb’s students and senior citizens, and more. The Chamber will be continually updating information on this page, so be sure to check back often.