The City of Roswell will reopen City Hall (38 Hill Street) and their facility at 1810 Hembree Road on Monday, June 15, 2020. Both facilities will resume normal business hours and will be open for walk-in appointments, Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Please visit for details and for information regarding the City of Roswell coronavirus response.

Identity Theft

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Identity theft is when someone else uses your personal identifying information such as your name/date of birth, driver's license number, social security number, or bank/credit account information to steal from you or otherwise defraud you or someone else.

Effects of Identity Theft
  • Your credit could be ruined
  • You could be arrested for a crime you did not commit
  • You could be denied employment
  • You could be denied a place to live
  • Your wages could be garnished
  • Your driver’s license could be revoked

Victims of Identity Theft
If you are a Roswell resident or the crime has a direct connection to a person or business in Roswell, you may contact the Roswell Police Department to file a police report:
Roswell Police Department
39 Hill St
Roswell, Ga 30075

  • Contact all your creditors
  • Close all affected accounts
  • Request creditors to indicate your accounts were closed at the consumer's request
  • Have creditors contact you before opening any new accounts or making changes to your existing accounts
  • Stop payment on any outstanding checks
  • Request new ATM cards
  • Change your passwords or PINs
  • Report fraud to the credit reporting agencies
  • Place a Fraud Alert in your file
  • Add a Victim's Statement in your file
  • Consider a credit freeze

Keep copies of all letters/emails, records of all telephone calls, and receipts for any expenses you incur in repairing your credit.