Georgia Brunch Bill
Communities now have the ability to decide if they would like to roll back current Sunday on-premise consumption sales hours from 12:30 p.m. to 11:00 a.m. Any community that already has Sunday sales will need to have a ballot referendum to make the change, however, any communities that do not have Sunday sales will be required to have two ballot referendums: 1) to vote Yes or No to implementing Sunday sales, and 2) to decide if their local time will be 11:00 a.m. or remain at 12:30 p.m.
Get it on Your Local Ballot
Join the Conversation
Show your support of the Brunch Bill and let your voice be heard.
Contact your county or city official by July 16th and ask them to consider adding 11:00 a.m. Sunday sales to the November 6th General Election Ballot.
Spread awareness about getting the Brunch Bill on local ballots by adding content to your social media channels or newsletters. Use the hashtag #GABrunchBill.
Below are the cities that have already passed an ordinance or resolution to include the Brunch Bill language on the November ballot:
Augusta-Richmond Co. | City of Dunwoody | City of Rome | City of Senoia | City of Woodstock | Macon-Bibb Co. | Savannah-Chatham Co. | City of Marietta | City of Acworth
Below are the cities that are currently in the process of approving an ordinance or resolution:
City of East Point | City of Atlanta | Cobb County (Includes all cities within Cobb County) | Fulton County | City of Kennesaw