ATLANTA, Ga. (CW69 News at 10) — As the coronavirus pandemic continues its chokehold on businesses, resulting in closures, lost jobs and lower wages, it poses additional problems for people struggling to pay their bills.

In light of the circumstances, there is good news. Several companies have no immediate plans to disconnect services.

Below is a list Georgia Emergency Management and Homeland Security has compiled, and as they have mentioned, is subject to change. Click here for additional details on each utility. To view our prior story listing several resources and organizations offering assistance, click here.

Utility/Postponement:

  • Amicalola EMC – Two weeks from March 16
  • AT&T – 60 days from March 13
  • Atlanta Gas Light – Until April 13
  • Canoochee EMC – Two weeks from March 16
  • Clayton County Water Authority – Until further notice
  • Columbus Water Works – Until April 13
  • City of Statesboro (Utilities) – 30 days from March 16
  • City of Sylvanis (Utilities) – Until April 3
  • Cobb EMC – 30 days from March 16
  • Coweta-Fayette EMC – Until further notice
  • Georgia Power – 30 days from March 14
  • Habersham EMC – Until further notice
  • Hackson EMC – Until March 27
  • Macon Water Authority – Until further notice
  • Newnan Utilities – Until further notice
  • North Georgia EMC – Until further notice
  • Okefenokee Rural EMC – Until April 3
  • Planters Electric Membership Corporation – Until April 15
  • Tri-County EMC – Until March 31
  • Scana Energy – Until April 13
  • Southern Company – Until further notice
  • U.S. Department of Housting and Urban Development – 60 days from March 18
  • Walton EMC – Until further notice
  • Water Utility Management – Until March 31
  • Windstream – Until May 12
  • Xfinity/Comcast – 60 days
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