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Dublin City Hall temporarily closes after employee exposed to COVID-19

The city will be doing a professional cleaning of the building after an employee was directly exposed to the virus
Credit: Wanya Reese

DUBLIN, Ga. — The Dublin City Hall is closing its inside offices to the public effective immediately after an employee has come into direct contact with COVID-19.

According to a post on the city’s Facebook page, the inside offices will be closed to the for the safety of customers and employees.

As the employee awaits test results, the city will be doing a professional cleaning and sanitization of the building.

The city says municipal court scheduled for Wednesday is canceled.

Anyone with a case scheduled for July 1 will get a new court date in the mail. The Facebook post says it will be mailed to the address on their citation. 

Folks that have a new address or have any questions can call municipal court clerks at (478) 277-5088.

To pay a ticket, mail a money order or check to the Dublin Police Department at P.O. Box 690, Dublin, Georgia 31040. Checks should be made payable to the “City of Dublin.” Make sure to write down the citation number and name of the defendant.

People can also pay tickets at the Dublin Police Department at 346 S. Jefferson Street.

City hall is scheduled to reopen on July 6. If you go to city hall to pay bills, you can use the city’s online bill pay system or drive-thru window. You can also call 478-277-5010.


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