The City of Abbeville will continue to provide normal City services throughout the Caronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic.

We are taking extra precautions to ensure the safety of City employees as well as the Citizens of Abbeville. Wastewater and Electrical crews will be out in the field performing regular duties. We ask the public to limit interaction with crews as much as possible, and when necessary, keep the recommended distance of 6 feet. Normal operations will continue at City Hall; however, the lobby will remain closed. Payments for utilities will be accepted through the drive through and kiosk. Any additional business at City Hall will be handled over the phone when possible. In instances where business must be handled in person, we ask you to call in and we will send someone out to meet you.

The EPA and State Health Officials assure that the COVID-19 virus has not been detected in drinking-water supplies and tap water is safe to drink. The City has taken extra precautions to ensure the City water supply will remain safe.

Outdoor areas of City Parks will remain open. We request everyone to follow President Trumps recommended gathering size of less than 10 people, practice social distancing and use sanitary practices while visiting City Parks.

Any practices held at public parks will be done so under the authority and discretion of coaches, leagues and parents.

Any person that feels ill or has been exposed to COVID-19 is asked to stay home and practice self-isolation.

The City of Abbeville has a standing curfew inside the City limits for unaccompanied minors under the age of 17 from 10:00 PM to 5:00 AM Sunday through Thursday, and 12:00 midnight to 5:00 AM Friday and Saturday as established in City of Abbeville Code of Ordinances Article IV, Sec 13-46. Abbeville Police Department will continue to enforce this curfew.