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.
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ADA TRANSITION PLAN
to download and view Clinton's ADA Transition Plan.
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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
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
Clinton City Council regular meeting has been rescheduled for Monday, June 29th at 5:30 pm at Clinton City Hall.
In light of COVID-19 guidelines, citizens are encouraged to watch the meeting on live broadcast, Comcast Channel 95.
This meeting is open to the public with a limit of 15 people, in order to observe social distancing.
Citizens can always find the most current information on our website.. or contact City Hall at 865-457-0424.
Regina Ridenour, Clinton City Recorder
REVISED COVID-19 TESTING HOURS
Starting Monday, June 1st, the Anderson County Health Department (710 N. Main St, Clinton) will have revised COVID-19 testing hours.
New Hours: Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 1pm - 3pm.
Tuseday and Thursday 9am - 11am.
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:
PARKS AND RECREATION DEPT ANNOUNCES SOME FACILITIES OPENING FRIDAY
The City of Clinton, Parks and Recreation Department is committed to providing safe recreational facilities and activities for our community to utilize during the coronavirus pandemic. We ask that those using these spaces will adhere to social distancing requirements and are encouraged to use all precautions to make for a safe environment.
The following openings and closures will take effect Friday May 29th, 2020.
read more details HERE.
The Clinton Board of Zoning Appeals will meet on Monday, June 8, 2020 at 6:00 pm at Clinton City Hall
The Clinton Regional Planning Commission will meet on Monday, June 8, 2020 at 6:00 pm at Clinton City Hall
These meetings will be open to the public with a limit of 15 people in order to observe social distancing.
To view the agendas:
SUMMER OF FUN CAMP IS ON!
During this stressful time, we are very happy to offer the City of Clinton’s Summer of Fun Camp to children whose parents are essential workers. This summer, the City will be offering eight 1-week sessions starting on Monday, June 8th and running through Friday July 31st. Camp participants must be at least 5 years of age and have completed Kindergarten through 6th grade and have not yet started 7th grade.
CLICK HERE for additional information
VOLUNTEERS COMPLETE FOREST INVENTORY
SEE THE INTERACTIVE TREE MAP
A group of students from Roan State Community College (RSCC) recently inventoried more than 600 trees at twelve city-owned properties. They also produced a report for the Clinton Tree Board that includes maps and descriptions of each site that contains city-owned trees. Readers can find links to the report and the “tree map” at the end of this article.
CLICK HERE to read more.
CITY COUNCIL MEETINGS ON ACTV's YouTube Channel.
The City of Clinton regular City Council meeting, held on Monday, May 18 is available for replay on YouTube.
CLICK HERE TO WATCH
CURRENT STATE OF EMERGENCY ORDER
(for the City of Clinton)
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.
For the convenience of our citizens we have posted the executive orders issued since April 24th, 2020.
CLICK HERE to read and download the orders.
LEWALLEN BRIDGE REPLACEMENT PROJECT UPDATE
Lynn Murphy (Project Coordinator)
At month 21 of the 36 month project:
Girder Beam Installation:
Girder beam work continues, and twenty-seven additional beams are arriving this week. Once these are installed, only nine more are needed, and will be set once abutment # 1 is ready.
CLICK HERE to read more.
CITY MANAGER ANNOUNCES TDOT TAP GRANT AWARD
The City of Clinton has received notification from the Tennessee Department of Transportation of the Award of a second “Transportation Alternatives Program” Grant.
CLICK HERE to read more.
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/
You can follow the response rates here: https://2020census.gov/en/response-rates.html
PUBLIC RECORDS POLICY
AND REQUEST FORM
CITY OF CLINTON SUPPORTS “SHOP LOCAL” CAMPAIGN
WHO NEEDS A YARD SIGN FOR YOUR BUSINESS?
The City of Clinton is joining the The Anderson County Chamber of Commerce to help promote their Shop Local Campaign. The AC Chamber says: “Are you looking for a way to support our local small business community? We have the answer: advertise for our Shop Local Campaign! If you are willing to put one of these beautiful Shop local signs at you entrance, please email the chamber at firstname.lastname@example.org or contact us at 865-457-2559. We will be happy to bring one to your location or arrange a time for you to pick it up! We are all in this together and need your support.”
Suggested Donation of $10 to help cover our cost of the signs would be appreciated!