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
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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
April 7, 2020
CIVIL AND LOCAL STATE OF EMERGENCY
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 in us by all applicable laws, including T.C.A. §58-2-110 and §38-9-101, et seq., do hereby declare a civil emergency and a local state of emergency within the City.
This declaration was effective on March 24, 2020 and is extended for an additional seven days and may be extended for an additional seven day increments as deemed necessary.
City Manager, City of Clinton
CLICK HERE to read the original declaration
and Executive Order #17
CLICK HERE to read Executive Order #22
CLICK HERE to read Executive Order #23
APRIL MEETINGS CANCELED
The Board of Zoning and Appeals and Planning Commission meetings scheduled for April 14, 2020 have been canceled. This action is necessary in order to comply with the Governor's Executive Order #23 (Safer at Home).
SPRING CLEAN-UP: RESCHEDULED
The City of Clinton Public Works Dept 2020 Spring Clean-up has been rescheduled to Monday, May 4, 2020 due to the uncertainty of the Covid-19 pandemic. Please continue to watch the City of Clinton Facebook page and website for additional information and updates.
CITY PARK FACILITIES CLOSED
Effective Friday, March 27, 2020.. all playgrounds, recreational equipment, basketball courts and tennis courts in Clinton City Parks will be closed until further notice. Parks Dept officials had hoped it would be possible to continue open use of the parks by encouraging social distancing. After observation of activity.. we have determined that it's in the best interest of our citizens to temporarily suspend the use of these facilities.
Please watch the City of Clinton Facebook page and website for updates and information.
CITY HALL CLOSED TFN
In order to protect city employees and the public, Clinton City Hall is closed until further notice. Rest assured.. we are still here to meet the needs of our citizens during these difficult times of adjustment.
Please contact the appropriate department as needed:
City Hall Staff: (865) 457-0424
by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
PAYMENT OF PROPERTY TAXES
PAYMENT OF CITY TRAFFIC TICKETS
Building Codes and Permits: (865) 259-1180 OR 259-1181
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Court Clerk: 865) 259-1110
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CITY COURT IS CANCELED THROUGH APRIL
Police Records: (865) 259-1211
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OUR MAILING ADDRESS IS:
100 N. BOWLING STREET
CLINTON, TN 37716
CFD MODIFIES RESPONSE PLAN
In response to the recent issues surrounding the COVID-19 Coronavirus, and based on recommended guidance from various local, state, and federal authorities, the Clinton Fire Department will be modifying our response plan to various call types as follows:
The Department will no longer respond to non-life threating call such as:
Lift Assists that do not involved an injury unless the victim has no other means for help and has fallen,
Smoke Detector Maintenance,
Residential and Commercial Inspections, etc.
Our E-911 Dispatchers have been trained in obtaining additional information from callers requesting Emergency Medical type response from the Clinton Fire Department. Based on proper evaluation of each call, the response will be handled as indicated.
We realize that the change in our response plan may place a hardship on some individuals; however, the safety of all our citizens and First Responders is our immediate priority. Our response plan will be reviewed and revised as warranted by additional recommendations and guidance from the various authorities.
WASTE CONNECTIONS ANNOUNCE PANDEMIC PLAN
The City of Clinton has been notified of Waste Connections’ plans for continued service to the residents of Clinton during the COVID-19 pandemic. The following information outlines their current plan to minimize risk for their employees and customers while still providing waste connection services to our community.
Residential trash will only be collected from carts or cans - no loose or bulk materials will be collected.
Any trash in bags must be secured, and the bag tied and sealed.
This policy will remain in effect until further notice. Any trash placed at the street not meeting these guidelines will not be picked up.
This policy will remain in effect until further notice.
LEWALLEN BRIDGE REPLACEMENT PROJECT UPDATE
Lynn Murphy (Project Coordinator)
At month 19 of the 36 month project:
Girder Beam Installation:
As of mid-March, 2020.. eighteen steel girder beams and their cross braces have been installed across piers 5 and 6. The project requires forty-five additional steel beams. Girder beam installation will continue for the next several months.
read more: CLICK HERE
PUBLIC RECORDS POLICY
AND REQUEST FORM
CLINTON PARTNERS WITH CGI
The City of Clinton is joining CGI Communications to produce a series of new professional videos to help promote what our community has to offer residents, visitors and business owners. Please watch our video.. and find out more about this exciting project.
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