Pembroke City Hall will be CLOSED to the public beginning Monday, March 23, 2020. This is necessary to help ensure the well-being of our employees, as well as the community. Emergency services are not stopping! Effective immediately, please pay Utility bills via www.pembrokega.net, by calling 1-877-470-4020, or by using the drop box located at City Hall. Please feel free to call if you have a department specific question as employees are still reporting and working as scheduled. The City Hall phone number is (912)653-4413.
Thank you for your cooperation.
Pembroke City Administrator Alex Floyd announced the following
measures, effective at 6 p.m. Tuesday, to help restrict the spread of the
COVID-19 virus in Pembroke.
-All City lobbies, parks and equipment are closed to the public
until the city receives back its regular crew of detainee cleaning details.
-All recycling and debris pickup beyond traffic
endangering situations are suspended.
-A curfew for all businesses and individuals not deemed
critical will be enforced between the hours of 9 p.m. and 6 a.m. Businesses and
their employees may close and remain in the building after 9 p.m. to restock,
resupply and clean.
-All gatherings of 10 or more individuals in a non-life
threatening situation will be cited as endangering the public health and will
be ordered to disperse.
These measures are an exercise of Section 10 of the Joint
Resolution passed by the Bryan County Board of Commissioners at their called
session March 23, 2020.