A section of Karrow Street will be closed today from S. Cedar to Montvale Station due to a sewer main extension. This section will be open from 2:30 to 4:30 for school traffic, then closed again until 5:30.
Maryville Water and Sewer will have Pinecrest Circle at Tuckaleechee Pike closed all day Thursday, March 22 for sewer work. One entrance will be completely closed but local traffic can enter at the other entrance if the destination is on Pinecrest.
Engineering and Public Works will close the right northbound lane on Hwy. 411 S. from Clover Hill to Ridgeway Trial on Thursday, March 22 beginning at 8:30 a.m. until approximately 2:30 p.m. They will be working on replacing a storm drain catch basin during this time. Please use extra caution when traveling through the area.
UPDATE - Rescheduled
TVA Schedules Maintenance for Alcoa's Chandler and Maryville's Stock Creek Substations
March 21, 2018
Due to the predicted inclement weather, the cities of Alcoa and Maryville electric departments have been notified by TVA that the maintenance originally planned for Saturday, March 24th at the Chandler Substation has been delayed. Work will now be completed on Saturday, April 7th. No power interruption is expected. In the event of an outage, customers are asked to report the outage normally since it could be unrelated to the planned work.
To report an outage, City of Maryville electric customers should call the automated outage line at 865-983-8722. City of Alcoa electric customers should call (865) 380-4890.
For more information about the planned maintenance, please contact the City of Alcoa Electric Department at 865-380-4890 or City of Maryville Electric Department at 865-273-3300.
The Electric Departments of the cities of Alcoa and Maryville received notification that TVA will conduct routine maintenance and repairs on the Chandler and Stock Creek substations. The work is planned for Saturday, March 24. No power interruption is expected. In the event of an outage, customers are asked to report the outage normally since it could be unrelated to the planned work.
Planned maintenance will require a temporary load transfer from the Alcoa Chandler substation to the Proffitt Springs and Duncan substations. Maryville’s Stock Creek substation load will be temporarily transferred to the Rockford substation. The Chandler substation feeds the northern portion of Alcoa’s electric system that includes Topside Rd, Bear Hollow, Fox Hills, Lakemont, Singleton Station Rd, Wrights Ferry Rd, Rankin Ferry Rd, Louisville, Mentor, Rocky Waters and McGhee Tyson Airport. Maryville’s Stock Creek substation feeds the Stock Creek industrial park, the Co-op, and some residential customers near Highway 33.
To report an outage, city of Maryville electric customers should call the automated outage line at 865-983-8722. City of Alcoa electric customers should call (865) 380-4890.
For more information about the planned maintenance, please contact the city of Alcoa Electric Department at 865-380-4890 or city of Maryville Electric Department at 865-273-3300.
Maryville Water & Sewer Department will have Karrow Street closed all day Friday, March 16 from Montvale Station to South Cedar Street for a sewer main replacement.
Update: 3/13 3:26 p.m.
Work has been completed and the road has been reopened.
3/13 8:30 a.m.
Engineering and Public Works will have the right northbound lane on U.S. 411 S. from Montgomery Lane to Condry Lane closed on Tuesday, March 13 and Wednesday March 14 beginning at 9 a.m. until 2 p.m., for repairs to the concrete. Please use caution when traveling through the area until the work is complete.
Maryville Water & Sewer Department will have Everett Ave closed from Hilltop to the dead end all day today to replace a sewer lateral.
City of Maryville Engineering & Public Works department will begin its one-time spring loose leaf collections on March 19th in the red zone.
To prevent storm drains from becoming clogged, residents are asked to place leaves in their front lawn next to the curb, not in ditches or in the street. Separate leaves from limbs, brush and junk so they can be composted.
For more information visit our website at maryvillegov.com or call (865) 273-3302.
City's ISO Rating Improved - May Lower Insurance Rates for City Residents, Industries and Businesses
Tony Crisp, Maryville Public Safety Director announced the city of Maryville has been designated with a Class 2/2x rating by the Insurance Services Office (ISO) effective March 1, 2018. This new rating could improve insurance rates for its residents, industries and businesses. The City of Maryville is one of only 28 cities in Tennessee with a Class 2 rating.*
This is the latest of improved designations for the city, which obtained a Class 3 rating in 1996. Before that, the rating was Class 5. The scale ranges from 1 – 10 with one being best.
The process of rating cities includes an on-site inspection of facilities, records, training and equipment. The city’s water system accounts for 40% of the score while fire department facilities, equipment and personnel account for 50% and the emergency communications operations (911) accounts for the remaining 10%. Once the inspection is complete, the information is reviewed by the ISO for a final determination on rating.
For information about how this might affect insurance rates, Crisp advises individuals, industries and businesses to contact their insurance agency after the March 1 to learn about any cost savings associated with the new rating.
Crisp said, “We are very proud of this new ISO rating and want to thank all the City departments, staff and officials who continuously work together to achieve this high standard. We hope this lower rating will further provide peace of mind to residents, businesses and industries that we are ready and able to serve during a fire emergency.”
For more information about the rating or fire safety services, contact the Maryville Fire Department at 865-273-3675.
*ISO Mitigation website
You can read more about this new rating in the article written by Daily Times reporter Lesli Bales-Sherrod. (Click to read)
City of Maryville contractor, Smoky Mountain Landscaping, will pressure wash two of the City’s parking garages on Saturday, February 24.
The garages that will be closed beginning at 6 a.m. are:
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