Although some may feel this is encroaching on their freedoms, it is an effort to keep our local businesses open and our residents employed, while doing it in a safe manner.
Health Department Director Smith said testing s continue to increase, which means hundreds of people in Montgomery County are waiting for. Transit route to service Loaves and Fishes Posted on: August 16, Women of Clarksville Expo will be Aug. Residents urged to take transit system survey Posted on: August 12, Local MPO to meet Aug.
Community to celebrate Emancipation Day Posted on: August 6, Get ready for back-to-school traffic Posted on: August 3, City secures alternative downtown parking, adds shuttle Posted on: July 28, City Communications Director to retire Posted on: July 12, Council backs transportation strategy Posted on: June 30, Police outline traffic plan for July 3 event Posted on: June 30, CPD notes fireworks regulations, safety tips Posted on: June 10, Committee invites input on legislative agenda Posted on: June 10, City invites job seekers to Job Fair Posted on: June 3, City offices to close June 18 to observe Juneteenth Posted on: June 3, City court to adopt new orders Posted on: June 2, City OKs money for pandemic relief programs Posted on: May 28, CTS to offer free summer rides for youth Posted on: May 21, Mayor Pitts outlines preliminary budget Posted on: May 17, City to host vendor fair for small businesses Posted on: May 13, Troy Industries coming to Clarksville Posted on: May 13, Rock blasting starts May 4 at multipurpose event center site Posted on: April 29, City to return to in-person meetings Posted on: April 27, Exit 8 Athletic Complex plans take shape Posted on: April 20, City to reopen driver services window Posted on: March 26, American Legion Post 7 honored for service to veterans Posted on: March 19, CTS to unveil technology upgrade Posted on: March 18, County Mayor to lift mask order Posted on: March 16, City Court to in-person proceedings Posted on: March 15, City completes purchase of Roxy building Posted on: March 11, Guidance issued for fully vaccinated people Posted on: March 8, Franklin Street closed overnight Posted on: March 3, More vaccination sites now available Posted on: March 2, Curbside pickup parking spaces to continue Posted on: March 1, County mask order extended to March 27 Posted on: February 26, Vaccination scheduler may confirm wrong site Posted on: February 24, County, City offices to reopen Monday Posted on: February 21, County, City offices to remain closed Friday Meeting someone you met online Clarksville TN distance on: February 18, City Court to in-person on March 16 Posted on: February 18, Mayors ask citizens to avoid driving Posted on: February 14, Friday Posted on: February 11, Street Department prepares for wintry ro Posted on: February 10, Mayor to present transportation strategy Posted on: February 9, Many City facilities to reopen Monday Posted on: February 5, State seeks input on transportation access Posted on: February 4, Mayor offers his case for The Roxy Posted on: February 2, County mask order extended to Feb.
City leaders remember Bill Forrester Posted on: January 20, City offices to close for M. King Jr. Day Posted on: January 15, Charles W. Smith takes oath of office Posted on: January 4, City Council to be sworn in at 4 p. The Council vote was 11 yes, with two members absent.
I want to see little league baseball and college football again. Donations sought for wreaths to honor veterans Posted on: December 31, County mask order extended to Jan. County, City frontline workers get vaccines Posted on: December 28, Mayor's Christmas message: See a need, meet a need, no hesitation Posted on: December 23, Citizens urged to reach City online, by phone Posted on: December 22, City offices to close Dec.
Mayors urge businesses to stress masking Posted on: December 16, Wreaths will honor veterans buried at Riverview Posted on: December 16, County mask order extended to Dec. City prevails in Greenway lawsuit Posted on: December 9, Throughout the COVID crisis, both mayors have coordinated executive orders and announcements to the community.
The order will be enforced on an as-needed basis. The local mandate to wear masks will go into effect at a. Surgical masks and N respirators should be reserved for health care workers and first responders.
We do not want to issue another stay at home order. Such cloth face coverings can be created from household items or made at home from common materials at low cost. Cloth face coverings should not be placed on young children under age 2, anyone who has trouble breathing, or anyone who is incapacitated or otherwise unable to remove the mask without assistance.
If it takes wearing a mask for all of this to happen, then we should all sacrifice a little for the gain of many. We must be proactive -- so our first step is to require employees of businesses open to the public to wear face coverings.
All other persons are urged and encouraged, but not ordered, to wear face coverings in public places under these same guidelines and practice all other CDC directives. July 8 and end July Emergency orders are valid for seven days and can be extended. Durrett announced in a news release that he expects to extend the order through July 22, and then evaluate whether to extend it further.
We are strongly encouraging all businesses to require patrons to wear a mask when visiting their business. In accordance with CDC guidance, owners and employees of all public businesses are ordered to wear face coverings while conducting business. The data will continue to be reviewed by local leaders and health officials who will follow the recommendations of the federal Centers for Disease Control CDC. In. Home News Flash.