COVID-19 Information & Resources

While the City of Holly Springs tries to keep the information on this page as current as possible, as information changes day-to-day, or sometimes even hour-to-hour, please be sure to visit the sources linked for the most up-to-date information.

Effective January 19, 2022, each household may request four free rapid at-home COVID testing kits. View Additional Info & Order Kits for Your Household

The City offers many online and by-phone services. City Hall can be reached at 770-345-5536. If you would like to send a general inquiry to the City of Holly Springs, you may do so at and your inquiry or request will be promptly routed to the appropriate department. Additionally, there are several permits and applications now available for online submittal. Please check here to see if your permit is available for this process.

During Municipal court, cases will be staggered to limit the number of people in the courtroom at one time.  If you have any questions regarding your court date, please contact the Municipal Court Department at 770-345-5538.  Additional social distancing information for Municipal Court.

No appointment is needed for COVID-19 Vaccination in the North Georgia Health District at Public Health Departments in Cherokee, Fannin, Gilmer, Murray, Pickens and Whitfield counties. There is NO cost to clients, regardless of healthcare coverage.  No identification is required. Please visit the North Georgia health District website for further information.

Additional vaccination sites in Georgia:
Georgia Department of Public Health COVID Vaccination Site Location Tool has launched a COVID Vaccination Site Location tool on their website.

Who is currently eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine in Georgia?
All Georgians age 5 and older will be eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.

Vaccination, along with strict compliance with basic prevention measures - wear a mask, stay six feet from others, avoid large gatherings, wash your hands frequently - will help Georgia stop the spread of COVID-19.

Anyone experiencing signs or symptoms of COVID-19 should be tested, regardless of vaccination status or prior infection. Follow the advice of your health care provider about what you should do while you wait for your test results. COVID testing not only helps DPH control and mitigate infection, but it also provides valuable information about variants when positive test results are sequenced.

Effective January 25,  2022, MAKO Medical will be administering all COVID-19 testing to allow the Georgia Department of Health to concentrate on administering COVID-19 vaccines. COVID-19 testing operations have moved to JJ Biello Park, Riverside Athletic Complex, located at 610 Druw Cameron Court in Woodstock. THIS LOCATION WILL BE FOR COVID-19 TESTING ONLY. View the North Georgia Health District Press Release.  Please note, once full testing capacity is reached each day, the testing center will close.

  • Days/Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM
  • You are only required to pre-register for your test. There are no set appointment times. As soon as you pre-register for testing, you can arrive at the testing site any time between 8:00 AM and 3:00 PM that is convenient for you.
  • Pre-register for your test at the following link:
  • Insurance information may be asked for, but testing is still at no cost to the individual


MUST Ministries
The MUST Ministries in Cherokee County offers food and clothing. Services are open Monday-Friday, 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

111 Brown Industrial Parkway, Canton, GA 30115

MUST Ministries accepts donations open Monday - Friday 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Additional Resources:
Office of the Governor, Brian P. Kemp
Georgia Department of Public Health
North Georgia Health District
Centers for Disease Control
World Health Organization