Battery Atlanta Tenants & Guests,
Following Governor Kemp’s announcements regarding the selective, voluntary reopening of some retail, service, and dining establishments, we want to ensure a conscientious and strategic phased approach to the return of operations. Our top priority continues to be the safety and well-being of you, your teams, and our guests as we navigate through this unprecedented time.
For those businesses that will be permitted to resume operations, please note the following CDC guidance that should be implemented at minimum. Please frequently check sites that share regulations from both the Governor’s office as well as the CDC as information continues to be updated.
- FOR EMPLOYERS
- Take steps to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 if an employee is sick. Actively encourage sick employees to stay home. Sick employees should not return to work until the criteria to discontinue home isolation are met, in consultation with healthcare providers and state and local health departments.
- Provide information on who to contact if employees become sick.
- Implement flexible sick leave and supportive policies and practices. Consider drafting non-punitive emergency sick leave policies if sick leave is not offered to some or all employees.
- Institute measures to physically separate and increase distance between employees and customers such as:
- Place signage throughout the store to remind employees and customers to maintain 6 feet from others.
- Move the electronic payment terminal further from the cash register.
- Place visual cues, such as floor decals, colored tape, or signs to indicate to customers where they should stand during check out.
- Place a barrier (e.g., sneeze guard) between employees and customers.
- Designate someone to be responsible for responding to COVID-19 concerns. Employees should know who this person is and how to contact them.
- Provide employees with accurate information about COVID-19, how it spreads, and risk of exposure.
- Provide training on proper hand washing practices and other routine infection control precautions. This will help prevent the spread of many diseases, including COVID-19.
- Provide employees with access to soap, clean running water, and drying materials, or alcohol-based hand sanitizers containing at least 60% alcohol at their worksite. Provide disposable disinfectant wipes so that employees can wipe down commonly touched surfaces touched surfaces such as workstations, cash registers, door handles and knobs, countertops, self-service refrigerator/freezer doors and handles. For disinfection, use products that meet EPA’s criteria for use against SARS-CoV-2external icon. Follow instructions on the label to ensure safe and effective use of the product. For food contact surfaces, follow cleaning and sanitization practices according to the FDA 2017 Food Code.
- Provide tissues and no-touch disposal containers for employees.
- Conduct frequent cleaning and disinfection of employee break rooms, rest areas, and other common areas.
- Place posters that encourage staying home when sick, cough and sneeze etiquette, and good hand hygiene at the entrance to the workplace and in other workplace areas where they are likely to be seen.
- Follow all applicable local, state, and federal regulations and public health agency guidelines.
- GOVERNOR’S MINIMUM BASIC OPERATION GUIDELINES FOR EMPLOYERS
The minimum basic operations (MBO) to maintain the value of a business, establishment, corporation, non-profit corporation, or organization, provide services, manage inventory, ensure security, process payroll and employee benefits, or for related functions can be found below. Such considerations include:
- The minimum necessary activities to facilitate employees or volunteers being able to work remotely from their residences or members or patrons being able to participate remotely from their residences.
- Instances where employees are working outdoors without regular contact with other persons, such as delivery services, contractors, landscape businesses, and agricultural industry services.
- Such entities shall also implement measures which mitigate the exposure and spread of COVID-19 among its workforce.
- Note that such minimum necessary activities include remaining open to the public subject to the restrictions of this order.
MINIMUM BASIC OPERATIONS INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING:
- Screening and evaluating workers who exhibit signs of illness, such as a fever over 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit, cough, or shortness of breath.
- Requiring workers who exhibit signs of illness to not report to work or to seek medical attention.
- Enhancing sanitation of the workplace as appropriate.
- Requiring hand washing or sanitation by workers at appropriate places within the business location.
- Providing personal protective equipment (PPE) as available and appropriate to the function and location of the worker within the business location.
- Prohibiting gatherings of workers during working hours.
- Permitting workers to take breaks and meals outside, in their office or personal workspace, or in such other areas where proper social distancing is attainable.
- Implementing teleworking for all possible workers.
- Implementing staggered shifts for all possible workers.
- Holding all meetings and conferences virtually, wherever possible.
- Delivering intangible services remotely wherever possible.
- Discouraging workers from using other workers' phones, desks, offices, or other work tools and equipment.
- Prohibiting handshaking and another unnecessary person-to-person contact in the workplace.
- Placing notices that encourage hand hygiene at the entrance to the workplace and in other workplace areas where they are likely to be seen.
- Suspending the use of Personal Identification Number ("PIN") pads, PIN entry devices, electronic signature capture, and any other credit card receipt signature requirements to the extent such suspension is permitted by agreements with credit card companies and credit agencies.
- Enforcing social distancing of non-cohabitating persons while present on such entity's leased or owned property.
- For retailers and service providers, providing for alternative points of sale outside of buildings, including curbside pick-up or delivery of products and/ or services if an alternative point of sale is permitted under Georgia law.
- Increasing physical space between workers and customers.
- Providing disinfectant and sanitation products for workers to clean their workspace, equipment, and tools.
- Increasing physical space between workers' worksites to at least six (6) feet.
- FOR EMPLOYEES
- Limit close contact with others by maintaining a distance of at least 6 feet, when possible.
- Minimize handling cash, credit cards, and mobile devices, where possible.
- Practice routine cleaning and disinfection of frequently touched surfaces, such as workstations, cash registers, touch screens, door handles, tables, and countertops, following the directions on the cleaning product’s label.
- Wash your hands regularly with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. An alcohol-based hand sanitizer containing at least 60% alcohol can be used, but not as a substitute for cleaning hands with soap and water.
- Key times to clean hands in general include:
- Before, during, and after preparing food
- Before eating food
- After using the toilet
- After blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing
- Additional times to clean hands on the job include:
- Before and after work shifts
- Before and after work breaks
- After touching frequently touched surfaces
- After interacting with a customer who is visibly ill
- After putting on, touching, or removing cloth face coverings
- After touching objects that have been handled by customers, such as utensils, menus, cups, and trash
- After touching dirty surfaces like floors, walls and soiled carriers and equipment
- Avoid touching your eyes, nose, or mouth.
- FOR GUESTS
Continue to follow CDC and Department of Public Health guidelines by sheltering in place as often as you can. If you are ill, have been in contact with someone who is ill, or are part of the vulnerable population we ask that you stay home.
Please observe the following public safety guidelines while on property:
- Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds or use a hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol.
- Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.
- Cover your mouth and nose when you cough or sneeze.
- Stay at least 6 feet from other people, and do not gather in groups.
- It is strongly suggested that you wear a cloth face cover when you are out in public.
Please report any concerns to our Security Office at 404-614-2112
On non-event days parking in the Red, Green, and Purple Decks is free for the first 3 hours! After that time, rates are:
- 3 – 4 hrs: $10
- 4 – 5 hrs: $15
- 5 – 6 hrs: $25
- 6 – 24 hrs: $30
- Daily max $30
Orange Parking Deck – $7 per hour, Daily max: $35
Limited metered street parking is available for $7 per hour.
**NOTICE: Hyundai Valet is temporarily closed, we apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.**
Hyundai Valet in the Red Parking Deck is open 7 days a week from 11am to 10pm. Located on the 3rd level of the Red Deck.
- 0-1 hrs $7.00
- 1-2 hrs $8.00
- 2-6 hrs $10.00
- 6-12 hrs $20.00
- 12-24 hrs $35.00
Event Day Parking
Event Day Parking Rates go into effect 3 hours before each event, ending 2 1/2 hours from the event start time.
Event Rates will include the first 2 hours complimentary for all vehicles.
Truist Park Gameday & Event Rates
Parking in the Red, Green, and Purple Decks is free for the first 2 hours! Following that, rates are 2 – 3 Hours $20.00, 3 – 4 Hours $30.00, 4 – 24 Hours $50.00
Limited metered street parking is available for $7 per hour.
Orange Parking Deck is available for Truist Club Valet parking only.
Hyundai Valet Rate for all Truist Park Gameday + Events: $50.00
Special Event Rates
Parking in the Red, Green, and Purple Decks is free for the first 2 hours, then $20 after until the conclusion of the event.
Orange Parking Deck – Valet parking only for Coca-Cola Roxy Event
Limited metered street parking is available for $7 per hour.
Hyundai Valet Rate for all Special Events: $30.00
When visiting The Battery Atlanta™ parking is available in the red, green and purple decks only.
Use Waze™ to navigate directly to your parking deck and to get real-time updates.
Truist Park and The Battery Atlanta™ are served by CobbLinc, Marta and the new Cumberland Circulator. Four routes from CobbLinc provide service to The Battery Atlanta™, while MARTA 12 connects to the Cumberland Transfer Center. The Circulator will provide consistent service to the region, relying on high-frequency trips along a dedicated route.
There is a designated pick-up location on Windy Ridge Parkway west of the ballpark that will allow rideshare drivers to wait for riders. This approach will enable you to choose the next car in line, ensuring continuous access to vehicles.
For your convenience, ATMs are available next to the Coca-Cola Roxy on Battery Avenue and next to Cru Food & Wine Bar on Battery Walk.
- Bike Parking
The Battery Atlanta offers plenty of bike parking on property. The main bike shelter is located at the top of Hank Aaron Way and Battery Avenue (adjacent to the Orange Parking Deck). Additional Bike Racks are located near the Coca-Cola Roxy along Battery Avenue. During gamedays and special events where our streets are closed to vehicular traffic, bikers must walk bikes up to the racks for pedestrian and rider safety.
- Filming / Photography
Guests are welcome to take photographs for their personal use and enjoyment. All organized photography sessions for personal or commercial use, video and audio recording, and drone footage requires a license agreement and booking fee. Same day permissions are not granted, please allow at least one full week to complete the required documents when requesting your photo shoot. Contact our marketing department at BatteryInfo@braves.com to check availability.
While we do not currently offer this service, many of our retailers and restaurants have Giftcards and would be happy to assist you.
Well-behaved four-legged friends are permitted, please keep your four-legged friends on a leash at all times. Several restaurants and retailers permit pets, please check with each store or restaurant you are visiting to make sure you understand their individual policies. Pets must use designated bathroom areas, and owners are responsible for cleaning up after their four-legged friends.
- Skateboards, Scooters (Manual and Electric), and Motorized Personal Vehicles (Segways, hoverboards)
The Battery Atlanta does not permit skating, board riding, bicycling and motorized personal vehicles on sidewalks and through the restricted areas (such as pedestrian areas including Battery Walk and The Plaza).
- Smoking / Vaping
The Battery Atlanta is a tobacco free property. There is one central area off the 3rd level of the Red Parking Deck where smoking is permitted. Smoking/Vaping is not permitted anywhere else throughout the public spaces.
The Battery Atlanta is private property and does not permit any unauthorized distribution of materials, demonstrations, interviews, taking professional photos, videos or audio recordings on property.
- The Splash Pad
The Splash Pad is operational daily beginning at 9am through closing. There are occasions that the Splash Pad is off due to planned activities in the general area (Gamedays, Large Scale Events) or periodic maintenance. Please observe rules of use posted near the fountains.
We urge visitors to continue to follow CDC and Department of Public Health guidelines by sheltering in place as often as you can. If you are ill, have been in contact with someone who is ill, or are part of the vulnerable population we ask that you stay home.
To promote your continued health and safety utilize these locations for restroom, hand washing and hand sanitizing stations to prevent the spread of germs and bacteria.