As always, police and fire officials remain on standby.
Austell Mayor Joe Jerkins said Austell would close at 3 p.m. Friday while Acworth Mayor Tommy Allegood said his city would remain open that day.
"We're open this year and it's something we'll consider closing and giving the employees the day off in the future," Allegood said.
Powder Springs Mayor Pat Vaughn said Friday trash pickup will be moved to Monday in her city, while the normally scheduled Monday brush pick up will be postponed to a week from Monday.
In Marietta, the city's utility, Marietta Power and Water, will be closed along with the city's administrative offices. There are also changes to Marietta's sanitation schedule. Regular Thursday sanitation service is moved to today and regular Friday service will be on Thursday. Yard waste service is discontinued this week while Friday recycling service is on Thursday in Marietta.
Sanitation services remain unaffected in the cities of Smyrna and Kennesaw.
Vaughn intends to drop in on a neighborhood Easter egg hunt for the holiday and catch the sunrise service at Flint Hill United Methodist Church in Hiram, where her husband, Ray, is pastor.
"I do hope everybody has a very happy and blessed Easter," she said.
Smyrna Mayor Max Bacon said he can be found Friday hiding Easter eggs for his three grandchildren to find on Sunday. But if they can't find them, Bacon has a back up plan.
"I don't put out junk I can't eat," he said.