Utility Disconnection for Non-Payment Resumes after August 31st
The City of East Point disconnection policy for non-payment and penalties will resume after August 31, 2020. As the pandemic continues to impact our valued customers, our drive-thru will remain open from 8:30am-4:30pm, however, our lobby will remain closed to the public. Payments are also being accepted through our website, www.eastpointcity.org, or by phone (404) 270-7010. Please check our website for updates. For questions or concerns, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please see the list of Agencies for Utility Payment Assistance:
Fulton County Community Action Authority (FACAA):
(404) 839-8588, (404) 484-8913 or (404) 484-8481
Zion Community Development Corp: (404) 766-3141
United Way Contact Number: 211
Nicholas House: (404) 758-5626 or email@example.com
Customer Care Residential New Service
Due to COVID-19, Customer Care is closed to the Public.
In order to set up new service, or transfer service to a new location within East Point, click on the appropriate link below and complete the application. Provide two forms of identification that is listed on the first page of the application, provide a copy of the lease/warranty deed/settlement statement. The lease/warranty deed/settlement statement must be signed by the property owner and the tenant.
Once the application is completed, drop off the completed application and supporting documents with the money order or cashier’s check made payable to the City of East Point in our drop boxes located at 2791 East Point Street in front of the Customer Care building or the Customer Care Drive-Thru located at the end of the street in the stand alone building.
- If the property has electric services only the deposit will be $125.00 and a connection fee of $60.00.
- If the property has electric and water services, the deposit will be $125.00 for electric and $75.00 for water and a connection fee of $60.00.
- If the property has water services only, the deposit will be $75.00 and a connection fee of $60.00.
- If the services are being transferred, the $60.00 connection fee will be required.
Please allow three (3) business days for the utility account to be set-up for new services.
The payment for the deposit will be accepted in the form of a money or cashier’s check made payable to the City of East Point and provide the address and the name of the account holder.
Once the new service is set-up an email will be sent from Customer Care with the new account information and a copy of the receipt for payment.
East Point Municipal Court Operating Hours
By Phone and Online
Monday through Friday, 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM
City Website: www.eastpointcity.org/court-services
Pay Tickets Online
Court Contact Information
Office: (404) 559-6250
Fax: (404) 305-8219
How to Submit Permits, Licenses, Plans and Certificate of …
Planning and Community Development – COVID-19 Measures Announcement
Questions pertaining to any of the following, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
***All applications with credentials, plans and payment (only Business Checks, Money Orders or Cashier’s Check Accepted) must be submitted by mail, UPS or FedEx to the following:
|By Standard Mail||UPS or FedEx|
|Attention: Permits Division||Attention: Permits Division|
|Planning & Community Development||Planning & Community Development|
|2757 East Point Street||3120 Bayard Street|
|East Point, GA 30344||East Point, GA 30344|
Order Declaring Judicial Emergency and Adoption of Council of Municipal Court Judges of Georgia’s Best Practices and Guidelines for Operation of Municipal Courts During the COVID-19 Recovery and Reopening of Court
WHEREAS, the Governor has determined that a Public Health State of Emergency exists in the State of Georgia due to the spread of the Coronavirus/COVID-19, and whereas that state of emergency constitutes a “Judicial Emergency” pursuant to O.C.G.A.§ 38-3-60 et seq., see O.C.G.A. § 38-3-60 (2).
WHEREAS, pursuant to O.C.G.A. § 38-3-61, the Honorable Harold D. Melton, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Georgia, ORDERED AND DECLARED a Statewide Judicial Emergency in the State of Georgia on March 14, 2020. The nature of this emergency is the continued transmission of …