The City of Cedartown announced last Monday that upcoming municipal court cases for the end of July and first of August will be moved to the Cedartown Performing Arts Center.

The city had previously announced it had cancelled all Cedartown municipal court cases that were scheduled for June 19 because of health and safety precautions.

Monday’s press release:

Out of an abundance of caution for the safety of our citizens and the officers of the court, and in compliance with guidelines from the State, Chief Municipal Court Judge Andrew B. Roper has announced that all court cases scheduled for July 24, July 31, and August 7, 2020 will be held at a new location.

The cases were previously scheduled to be held in Room 104 of Polk County Courthouse No. 2, 100 Prior St. Cedartown. They will now be held at the Cedartown Performing Arts Center, 205 East Avenue, Cedartown.

This is a temporary move to provide healthy and safe access to the courtroom and to maintain a healthy and safe courtroom for the public and court employees.

The entrance will be located on the Mood Drive side of the Performing Arts Center. There is ample parking on this side of the facility.

Call (770) 748-4123 for more information.

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