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If you can’t pay, these companies won’t suspend your services through the following dates:
Amicoalola EMC: Through two weeks from March 16.
AT&T: AT&T won’t terminate any phone services for 60 days from March 13.
Atlanta Gas Light: Through April 13.
Canoochee EMC: For two weeks from March 16. Late fees also suspended.
Clayton County Water Authority: Until further notice.
Columbus Water Works: Through April 13.
City of Statesboro: Water and gas disconnections suspended for 30 days from March 16.
City of Sylvanis: Until April 13. Late fees for payment after March 15 will still be charged
Cobb EMC: For 30 days from March 16.
Coweta-Fayette EMC: Until further notice.
Dalton Utilities: For 30 days starting March 24.
Georgia Power: For 30 days from March 14.
GreyStone has extended the suspension of disconnections of service for residential members, which includes prepaid members, until April 15.
Habersham EMC: Until further notice. Late fees also suspended.
Jackson EMC: Through March 27.
Macon Water Authority: Until further notice.
Newnan Utilities: Until further notice, but residents encouraged to make payments.
Norcross Power: Until April 15.
North Georgia EMC: Until further notice.
Okefenoke Rural EMC: Through April 3. Late fees also suspended.
Planters Electric Membership Corporation: until April 15.
Tri-County EMC: Through at least March 31.
Scana Energy: Until at least April 13.
Southern Company: Until further notice.
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development: Foreclosures and evictions are on hold for single-family homeowners for 60 days.
Walton EMC: Until further notice.
Water Utility Management: Until March 31
Windstream: Until May 12
Xfinity/Comcast: For 60 days, but you must contact customer service.