In accordance with the requirements of Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, the City of Clinton will not discriminate against qualified individuals with disabilities on the basis of disability in its services, programs, or activities.

To view and/or download ADA documents
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ADA TRANSITION PLAN
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to download and view Clinton's ADA Transition Plan.
SOME PHOTOS AND PAGE BACKGROUND PICTURES ARE COURTESY OF
Darryl Stair Photography




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City Of Clinton
100 N Bowling Street
Clinton, Tennessee 37716
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Quick Contacts and Information
Mayor Scott Burton
email: sburton@clintontn.net
City Manager Roger Houck
email: rhouck@clintontn.net
Clinton City Hall: 865-457-0424
Clinton City Court: 865-259-1110
Clinton Police: 865-457-3112
Clinton Fire Dept: 865-457-2131
City Hall Hours:
Monday through Friday, 8:00a - 4:30p
Except these holidays: CLICK HERE
City Court: Tues at 8:00 am
10/19/20
LEWALLEN BRIDGE REPLACEMENT PROJECT UPDATE
Lynn Murphy (Project Coordinator)
At month 26 of the 36-month project:

Crews continue preparing the bridge deck for concrete.
CLICK HERE to read more and see project photos.



CURRENT JOB OPENINGS

Bowling Mechanic/Grounds & Facilities Maintenance
Recreation Department
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Museum Educator
Recreation Department
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Maintenance Supervisor
Public Works Department
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10/14/20

BRIDGE OVER MARKET STREET CONSTRUCTION TO RESUME
According to reports from the Tennessee Dept of Transportation (TDOT).. work on the N Charles G. Seivers Blvd (Rt 61) bridge over Market Street is set to get back underway soon. Before the project ran into snags.. original plans estimated that the construction and repairs would be finished in May of this year. Now, reports say an amended construction plan has been approved and the contractor will be returning within the next two weeks to begin work. The new contract extends through July 31, 2021.

The bridge overhangs on both sides (sidewalks and parapet walls) will be completely removed and then re-built. This is time consuming and labor intensive work, as the bridge deck steel rebar must be exposed by jack-hammering the concrete from around it, so the new overhang rebar may be properly attached. This work will, most likely, require a new traffic plan, and only one lane in each direction across the bridge will be open throughout the project.


Clean Water Starts With You..

WHAT IS STORMWATER RUNOFF?

Stormwater runoff occurs when precipitation from rain or snow flows over the ground. Impervious surfaces like driveways, roofs, sidewalks, and streets prevent Stormwater from naturally soaking into the ground. The water picks up waste, bacteria, fertilizer, pesticides, oil and automotive fluids, generating polluted Stormwater runoff. For more information and to download the Citizen's Guide to Stormwater Pollution:
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CLICK HERE
to view and download the Clinton Phase II Small Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) Annual Report.




EXCELLENCE AWARD PRESENTED TO
CLINTON HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGER

City of Clinton Human Resources Manager Angela Sylvester
was named winner of the 2020 Public Entity Partners'
Excellence in Risk Management Award.
click here for details.


THE CHALLENGE IS ON!

Clinton City Manager, Roger Houck, has accepted the challenge from Oak Ridge City Manager Mark Watson.  Watson thinks that more Oak Ridge citizens will complete the 2020 U.S. Census questionnaire... Roger Houck says Clinton will have a higher response rate. When the final numbers are tallied the Oak Ridge City Manager will have to wear a Clinton Dragons jersey for an entire day. If Clinton loses.. City Manager Houck will put on the Wildcat colors. We are not going to let that happen!

Please fill out the Census form today and help Clinton win the competition. You can complete the form online.. it only takes a few minutes. It's easy! Go here: https://my2020census.gov/



GOODBYE SUMMER BREAK...

HELLO NEW SCHOOL YEAR!
At the Clinton Community Center we sure have missed seeing everyone!!!
As we all transition back to school and after-school programs, we want you to know we have been working diligently to offer a safe place to hang out and recreate after school. The Clinton Community Center will function a lot different than last year! With Governor Lee’s executive orders and CDC Regulations, we are taking the COVID-19 Pandemic seriously and are adapting with all necessary protocols to offer programs to our community and youth!
CLICK HERE for more information.





PUBLIC RECORDS POLICY
AND REQUEST FORM

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10/01/20
PARKS AND RECREATION DEPT ANNOUNCEMENT
City of Clinton Residents,
As a result of Governor Lee’s New Executive Order Number 63, we are pleased to announce facility and program openings as well as outdoor activity changes! We ask you for patience as we transition into our reopening plans. The following information is subject to change based on future Executive Orders and TN Pledge phases, in addition to CDC guidelines and regulations, all centered around our mitigation efforts to the COVID-19 Pandemic.

The following information outlines our reopening plans for the City’s recreational activities.

Clinton Community Center
The building will be open to the public Monday - Friday, 8am - 2pm, and closed on weekends
Programmed After School will operate Monday - Friday from 3pm - 6pm. (Participants must be enrolled)
Gym: Lap walking will take place during open public hours (no indoor basketball play)
Bowling: will be operational for league members only, please see your person in charge for team and specific times
Indoor Pool: water exercise is 8:15am and 9:30am, lap swim is 11am-1pm
No public room rentals are available at this time.

Playgrounds and Outdoor Spaces
Playgrounds: all playgrounds and structures will open to the public beginning October 2 from 10am - dusk, masks are recommended, structures will be cleaned and sanitized every morning.
Park restrooms will open at 10am and will be cleaned once daily.
Outdoor spaces, athletic fields, outdoor basketball courts, and tennis courts will be open to the public beginning October 2.

*Please note, all activities are to be participated in at your own risk. Masks, frequent handwashing, and use of hand sanitizer are recommended, and social distancing must always be practiced. We do ask that all patrons use the main front doors and the side handicap-accessible doors for enter and exit purposes.