As an effort to follow the Centers for Disease Control’s (CDC) recommendations to help limit potential exposure to the Coronavirus, the Town of Spring City will now be limiting public access to city facilities as well as our public parks.  Therefore, starting Tuesday, March 17, 2020, City Hall and the Audrey Pack Memorial Library will be closed to the public.  However, the staff and all city employees will be available to help you if needed.  We are not closing city parks at this time.  However, playground areas, pavilions, the dog park, tennis courts, etc. will be closed.

We will not be taking new park pavilion reservations during this time.  If you have already reserved a pavilion for a future date, and we are still following these guidelines, we will be happy to refund your money.  We have also cancelled all non-essential meetings to include any currently scheduled commission meetings.

These measures will remain in effect thru March 31, 2020.  However, will be subject to change given future needs or recommendations.  We will keep you posted on any changes to this policy.

UPDATE AS OF MAY 18, 2020 

Tuesday, April 28, 2020 Governor Bill Lee introduced Executive Order 30 that provided guidelines on returning to work for employers and employees effective until May 29, 2020.  Since the current guidelines still prohibit gatherings of 10 or more, as well as encouraging limited exposure in the workplace, we are going to continue to have City Hall closed to the public through May 29, 2020.

The city takes the health and safety of our citizens very seriously and takes every precaution possible to keep everyone safe.  With all of this in mind, the below protocols will be in place until Friday, May 29, 2020, unless otherwise stated.

  1. City Hall will remain closed to the public. All city operations will be stay fully in place so that if you need assistance with anything we will be available to help.  Most common forms are located at the front door to City Hall as well as online at our website (www.townofspringcitytn.com).  However, if you have questions or need assistance of any kind, please do not hesitate to call us at (423) 365-6441.
  2. Audrey Pack Memorial Library will remain closed to the public except from 9:00 am to noon on May 18-22 for individuals over the age of sixty. The library will offer curbside assistance to everyone during their normal working hours.
  3. All city parks will remain open at this time. However, playground areas, pavilions, the dog park, tennis courts, etc. will remain closed. We will not be taking new park pavilion reservations during this time. If you have already reserved a pavilion for a future date, and we are still following these guidelines, we will be happy to refund your money.  We have also cancelled Singing at the Depot (for June) and the Spring City Friday Night Fever – Cruise In (for May) and may cancel them for the following month(s) if we are still under the social distancing mandate.
  4. If you need to make a utility, property tax, or court payment, we encourage you to please use the below link that will help you. However, if you need additional assistance on this or any issue, please contact City Hall at (423) 365-6441 and we will be happy to help you with your needs.

Stay safe everyone!

HELPFUL LINKS:

SPRING CITY MUNICIPAL COURT – POSTPONED UNTIL JUNE 2, 2020

CITY HALL FREE WI-FI

UTILITY-PROPERTY TAX-COURT PAYMENT OPTIONS

MAKE A PAYMENT

ATTENTION REGARDING TRASH PICKUP

For your convenience, here are some additional resources for information regarding COVID-19.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

World Health Organization

US Small Business Administration

White House Briefings

Tennessee Department of Health

State of Tennessee COVID-19 Unified Command Hub

Rhea Medical Center