Coronavirus Facts & Resources



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Mayor Auman Encourages Mask Wearing

With the coronavirus pandemic still at the forefront of our national consciousness, Mayor Auman is urging all Tucker residents to do the smart thing: wear a mask.



July 13, 2020





n update from Mayor Frank Auman on May 8, 2020.









On April 30, Tucker Mayor Frank Auman issued a new Emergency Declaration for the City. The date for local businesses within the city limits of Tucker to pay occupational taxes to the City without incurring a penalty has been extended until May 31, 2020.


City of Tucker leadership is currently working directly with DeKalb County’s Board of Health and the DeKalb Emergency Management Agency on issues relating to the outbreak of the coronavirus. While the City does not have staff or services to directly address these kinds of issues, it works through these partnerships to share information and best practices to ensure the wellbeing of the citizenry. 

The City has taken measures (detailed above) to ensure that the community will still be served. The City will work with its partners at the County level to assess the need for closures, as well as the safety of public events.

 You can always reach out to the City of Tucker by calling (678) 597-9040 or emailing




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