City of Jesup facility status as it relates to COVID-19 (3-20-2020)
City Hall – Closed to the public until April 16, however we are still conducting business. Phone 827-1522 8:00 a.m. to noon and 12:30-4:30 p.m. M-F. E-Mails to jesup@jtt.net will be answered.

All city council meetings will be conducted electronically until April 16.

Community Room – Closed to the public until April 16.

Jesup Public Library – Closed to the public until April 16.

Jesup Public Works Building – Closed to the public until April 16. Public Works employees are still working. All non-essential work orders and requests for service involving contact with the public or entering citizen’s homes will be postponed until April 16.

Water disconnects for non-payment will be suspended until after April 16. Water/sewer customers will still be responsible for all charges for services and fees, including late payment penalties.

City parks will remain open at this time. Gatherings, both formal and informal, of ten or more persons are prohibited. We encourage social distancing with park users. We will not be taking Park Shelter reservations until April 16.

The City of Jesup will continue to provide police, fire and ambulance service and our utility services of water and sewer. We will continue to deploy necessary staff to resolve any emergency service issues with your utility services. We will continue to monitor the COVID-19 situation as it affects Jesup and in accordance with federal, state and local recommendations and make adjustments as needed.

Water/sewer customers can mail their payments or drop their payment off at the payment drop-box located outside City Hall. Cash payments should be put in an envelope and write your name and address and amount of cash on the envelope and put in the drop box.

There is no need to hoard bottled water. The Jesup water supply is safe to drink. There is no need to boil tap water.

Please refrain from flushing disinfectant or baby wipes down the toilet; put them in the garbage. The package may say they are flushable, but they should not be flushed down the toilet. By flushing them down the toilet, it causes the City problems in sewer pipes and pumps. By not flushing disinfectant wipes, it will help avoid sewer backups.
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