Contractors for the City's Sewer rehabilitation project will be paving in the intersection of Washington Street and High Street today, Thursday, February 7. The work will require closure of one travel lane and the center turning lane. Traffic will remain open in all directions. The work is scheduled from 1 p.m. until 3 p.m.
City of Maryville Utility customers have contacted us with questions and concerns about a third-party bill payment service named "doxo."
As described on their website, doxo is an online payment service that advertises the ability to manage many different bills through their website.
The service uses utility company names and logos without the permission of the utilities which may lead customers to believe they are making payments directly to the utility (in our case, the City of Maryville). The payment actually goes to doxo. While the payments are being made to the City by doxo, it appears most payments through doxo are delayed. This can result in late fees to the customer's account as well as possible disconnection and associated fees.
City of Maryville is not affiliated with doxo, and is unable to track or obtain any information about the transactions made through them. We do not endorse this or any other bill payer service.
Anyone with questions regarding their bill should call Customer Service at 865-273-3456.
Update: East Street will be closed again from East Harper Avenue to East Broadway Avenue until 1 p.m. Tuesday, February 5 to pour concrete and gutter.
City of Maryville Engineering and Public Works will have East Street closed from East Harper Avenue to East Broadway Avenue until 3:00 p.m. today for road maintenance.
For more information, contact EPW at 865-273-3302
Update: 10:37 a.m. The street has been reopened.
City of Maryville Engineering and Public Works has Church Ave closed from Cates Street to Cusick Street for approximately three hours this morning to set a traffic light pole on the corner of Church Avenue.
City offices and recycling centers are open and operations are running normal today despite the weather conditions. Salt trucks will be working through the day to keep roads clear. If you have to be out on the roads, please be safe, use extra caution and watch for icy conditions as temperatures are expected to continue to drop.
The City of Maryville Sanitation department is advising citizens on the Tuesday pickup schedule to go ahead and place garbage cans out as normal. Depending on weather conditions, they may delay pickup a few hours and if necessary, they will move pickup to Wednesday. Information will be posted if a change in schedule is required.
Maryville Water & Sewer will have Montgomery Lane closed from Old Niles Ferry to Linda Lane tomorrow, January 24 to repair a water main break. The work will begin after morning school traffic around 8 a.m. and is estimated to take most of the day. Watch for flagged traffic on Old Niles Ferry Road at the Montgomery Lane intersection.
For more information, contact the Water department at 273-3304.
The Maryville Water & Sewer Dept will have Madison Avenue closed from 6th Street to 5th Street all day today for sewer tap work. For more information, contact 865-273-3304.
The Tennessee Department of Transportation is holding a public meeting for the SR 336 from Montvale Station Road to SR 73 project. Click to read the notice sent to homeowners in the area. The meeting is being held to provide the public an opportunity to provide comments regarding the proposed widening project. TDOT representatives will be available to provide information on various aspects of the project.
The meeting will be held on January 31 from 5 p.m. - 7 p.m. at the Maryville Municipal Building - 400 W. Broadway Avenue - in the Gary Hensley room.
The notice states: "the proposed project consists of widening the existing roadway from two lanes to a three lane roadway that includes two 12 foot travel lanes with a 12 foot center turn lane including curb, gutter, sidewalk, and a multiuse path."
Questions regarding this meeting can be directed to Stacy Weaver: email@example.com or by phone (865) 594-2442.
City of Maryville offices and recycling centers will be closed on Monday, January 21 in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. There will be no change in the residential trash pickup schedule.
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