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
ADA TRANSITION PLAN
to download and view Clinton's ADA Transition Plan.
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Darryl Stair Photography
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City Of Clinton
100 N Bowling Street
Clinton, Tennessee 37716
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City of Clinton JOB OPPORTUNITIES
Quick Contacts and Information
Mayor Scott Burton
City Manager Roger Houck
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
The Clinton Board of Zoning Appeals and the
Clinton Regional Planning Commission will meet on
Monday, August 10, 2020 at 6:00 pm at Clinton City Hall.
This is an open meeting with social distancing observed limited to 15 people.
CLICK HERE to view the meeting agendas.
YOU CAN BE A CENSUS TAKER
2020 Census jobs provide:
For more information CLICK HERE .
The U.S. Census Bureau is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Protecting health and safety is our top priority.
Police Officer (Certified)
Police · Clinton, Tennessee
Officers trained in law enforcement work, crime detection and prevention and who have been given authority to maintain the peace, safety and order of the community. A police officer is responsible to the Lieutenant of Patrol and Patrol Sergeant. All police officers shall at all times take appropriate action to preserve the peace, protect life and property, prevent crime, arrest violators of the law and enforce State laws and City codes in accordance with Department regulations, policies and procedures.
for more information and to apply CLICK HERE
Public Works · Clinton, Tennessee
This posting closes on Monday August 3, 2020
Under close to general supervision this entry-level position performs unskilled to routine semi-skilled work on the maintenance of City landscape, streets, curbs, and sidewalks. According to area assigned, duties include grass cutting, picking up trash, trimming trees and operating a wide variety of equipment.
For more information and to apply, visit: https://clintontn.bamboohr.com/jobs/view.php?id=38
After School Camp Counselor - Part-Time
Recreation · Clinton, Tennessee
This position assists the Recreation Coordinator in the general oversight of children in the Clinton after school program.
For more information and to apply for this job visit: https://clintontn.bamboohr.com/jobs/view.php?id=39
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
Fox Family Lane
Repairs and Resurfacing
Issued: July 22, 2020
The City of Clinton, Tennessee is seeking Requests for Proposals from qualified contractors for the repair and resurfacing of certain portions of Fox Family Lane, located off North Charles G. Seivers Blvd. near Interstate 75 in east Clinton.
CLICK HERE for additional information.
LEWALLEN BRIDGE REPLACEMENT PROJECT UPDATE
Lynn Murphy (Project Coordinator)
At month 23 of the 36 month project:
Question # 1: What color will the new bridge be painted?
Answer: Unlike the old bridge, the new bridge will not have steel trusses exposed over the road surface, so no protective coating (paint) is required. The driving surface, the sidewalks, and the parapet walls will all have a concrete finish. To commemorate the old bridge color, there will be thirty-eight new decorative styled light fixtures and poles, painted green.
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and see photos of the progress.
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.
GOVERNOR'S LATEST EXECUTIVE ORDERS
On 3/12/20 Tennessee Governor Bill Lee issued Executive Order #14 declaring a State of Emergency in Tennessee. On March 24, 2020, Roger Houck, City Manager of the City of Clinton, and Scott Burton, Mayor of the City of Clinton, by virtue of the power and authority vested by all applicable laws, declared a civil emergency and a local state of emergency within the City. This declaration has been extended for additional seven day increments as deemed necessary.
On April 24, 2020, Governor Lee announced a “phased reopening” of the State’s economy in order to bring back industries and businesses, including retail, and restaurants. This first phased reopening applies to 89 counties, including Anderson. The City of Clinton is legally bound to follow the recommendations and directives as described in these Executive Orders.
CLICK HERE to view the Tennessee Governor's Executive Orders
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/
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:
PUBLIC RECORDS POLICY
AND REQUEST FORM