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If you own or operate a business that has been affected by COVID-19, the City of Suwanee is here to offer assistance. We understand the difficulties the pandemic and social distancing requirements have had on our local businesses. We are gathering a list of available relief mechanisms and business resources, as well as addressing the anticipated local economic impacts of the virus quarantine.

If you have questions and would like to speak to a representative from the Business Services Support Team at City Hall, please call 770-904-7679 between the hours of 8 am and 5 pm.

HelpHelp for Businesses and Workers
Several assistance programs have been implemented by the Small Business Administration and community partners. Click the link above to learn about Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), Economic Injury Disaster Loan Assistance (EIDL), Express Bridge Loans, and more.

HowDoIDoing Business With the City
COVID-19 has complicated the simple act of doing business with the City of Suwanee. Click the link above to learn more about obtaining a business license, building inspections, pay a water bill, and more.

Covid19City Facilities Closed to the Public
City Hall, Police Station, Police Training Center, Court, and Public Works buildings are temporarily closed to the general public until further notice. Please do not visit these facilities seeking service. Many city services can be accessed by phone or online; click the link above to learn more about contact information and accessibility options.



Governor Brian Kemp's April 3, 2020 Shelter in Place Order (and April 8, 2020 extension of the Order until April 30, 2020) preempts all local emergency orders related to COVID-19.

It makes the State of Georgia responsible for all aspects of implementation. The State Order also supersedes and suspends all previous county or city Orders.  As such, the City of Suwanee is not authorized to enforce neither our previous Orders nor provide you with interpretation or guidance on the Governor’s Order. 

Please contact the office of the Governor at, or 404-656-1776 for further information and guidance.