Response to COVID-19

Governor Brian Kemp issued a shelter in place order for the state of Georgia. The order will be effective beginning Friday, April 3rd, at 6 PM and expire Monday, April 13th, at 11:59 PM.

The City of Avondale Estates is monitoring the current situation and projections regarding the threat of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) in an effort to protect and sustain the health of residents, staff, and visitors to the City. Given the rapidly changing situation with this virus, this page will be updated regularly and will provide links to City announcements, as well as local, state, and federal resources. 

Governor Kemp and Kathleen E. Toomey, M.D., M.P.H., Georgia Department of Public Health (DPH) commissioner, announced a daily status report page for confirmed COVID-19 cases in Georgia. This will replace nightly news releases from the Governor’s Office and DPH. The report updates every night at midnight to ensure accurate and regular information is provided to the public. The new tool can be found on the DPH website.

Please follow the latest CDC guidelines to protect your own health and the health of others in the community. 

Avondale Estates’ parks are still open and available for much needed exercise and fresh air. However, those using these spaces should keep


Public Health Emergency Order
Parks, Businesses, and Gatherings over 10 people
Public Access to City Hall and Public Works Closed Starting March 17
Message from Mayor Jonathan Elmore from March 12
Keep UP


From DeKalb County

From the White House

Small Business Information

Social Distancing, Isolation, Quarantine, & Flattening the Curve

CDC Information 

March 24 Primary & Special Election Postponed

What is going on with Avondale Estates Restaurants, Stores, and More?