Many Chattooga County businesses are altering the way they do business during this COVID-19 pandemic. Here are some updates regarding government services and businesses in Chattooga County.
Domino’s in Summerville is offering “No Contact Delivery” and “No Contact Carryout”
Lucky’s in Menlo is accepting “Call-In Grocery Orders” from the Elderly & Anyone with a Compromised Immunity. Call in your order, and they will gather your items and call back to confirm amount and payment form. They will make you aware of any possible substitutions or out of stock items. They will arrange a pick up time with you. Lucky’s says, “During this trying time, we at Lucky’s Supermarket want to do all we can to protect the health and well-being of our most vulnerable customers. To place an order, or for any further questions, please call us at (706)862-6454 or (706)852-2425.” Lucky’s Supermarket in Menlo is reserving the right to limit quantities on certain items. No rainchecks will be issued.
Rome Georgia’s federal courthouse is now closed until further notice as security officer for the court has been hospitalized with symptoms being treated as a presumptive positive for COVID-19.
The Teloga Fire Department announced this week that they would help out the elderly and those suffering from compromised immune systems by picking up groceries for them. The fire department says that they are offering the service for the Teloga Community and close-by areas. If you need some items from the store and are uncomfortable making that trip, leave them a message on their non-emergency number (706) 734-4430
Lyerly Town Hall remains open to the public at this time.
Wal-Mart is now open from 7 AM – 8:30 PM
Oakview Nursing & Rehab remains closed to the public.
Sweet P’s at the Tavern is offering curbside pickup service only. They are open today in Trion. You can see their Facebook Page for their menu.
Jim’s Restaurant has altered their dining hours -Open 8:00 am till 1:00 pm then reopen at 4:00 pm til 8:00 pm. During these hours we will offer normal dining room service as well as take out and curbside delivery. For take out, please call 706-857-2123
The Computer Shop – doing curb type service for customers due to the virus. Please call for service at 706 859 0031 or 706 506 2509. We can take the info on the phone and pickup at your car. Our hours will fluctuate for a couple weeks. We are trying to be safe for you and ourselves. Thanks for your patience. 16 years in business. WE will post changing hours.
Morrison Surveyors is asking customers to call ahead and they will meet you outside if you need a plot or survey. If you need a survey done, please call ahead at 706-857-4621. They are not accepting walk-in customers.
Most law offices in the county are closed without an appointment. If you need to speak to an attorney, you should call ahead.
Pine Ridge Outdoor Supply is open for regular walk-in business; however, if you would rather not come inside, you can call ahead at 706-895-2522 and they will bring your order out to you when you arrive.
McDonald’s in Summerville is offering FREE Breakfast and FREE Lunch to children under 12 Monday-Friday. Breakfast hours are from 7-10 AM and lunch is 11 AM – 2 PM. Breakfast can be a sausage, chicken or jelly biscuit. Lunch can be a hamburger, cheeseburger or 4 piece McNugget.
Menlo Restaurant is offering curb-side service. Call your order in at 706-862-2281. You can find a copy of their menu on their Facebook Page.
Most governmental offices are closed except for ESSENTIAL services. The Chattooga County Tax Office is Closed to the public. The Courthouse is open – but only for essential business. Call ahead for the County Clerk or Probate Judge’s office. Trion & Summerville have both closed their municipal offices to the public. Payments can be made online or using their drop boxes.
Jefferson’s in Summerville is open for Dine-in and carryout but they have cancelled Trivia Nights on Tuesdays and Sundays.
Menlo City Hall is closed to the public. Water customers can use the drop box for their payments.