City of Maryville contractor, Petree Arbor and Landscape Design will be doing tree work on a section of the greenway on Monday, September 28. The section of trail from Montvale Road to Cedar Street will be closed for the majority of the day. For more information, contact Engineering and Public Works at 273-3302.
The City has received multiple calls about a planned protest at tonight’s Maryville football game. The circulating rumor is that people or groups from outside the area are being transported to Maryville to protest. The City, Maryville Police, and the Blount County Sheriff’s Office have no credible evidence of this activity, and have not issued any permits for such a protest.
One local person has requested and has been granted a permit to assemble 25 people for one hour tonight. The individual wishes to have the Maryville Rebels name changed. This permit holder has assured the City that no more than 25 people will be attending this protest/assembly. The protest/assembly will take place from 6 – 7 p.m. at South Cedar and West Broadway.
Anyone who wishes to report information to the Maryville Police Department should call 865-983-3620 and as always, please call 911 for emergencies.
City of Maryville Water & Sewer will close Broady Lane from Broadmoor to Montvale Road and Madison Avenue from North 3rd Street to North Everett High Road. Both of these closures will take approximately 4 hours and are for water line road crossing installations.
For more information, contact Water & Sewer at 273-3304.
City of Maryville Engineering and Public Works will be doing tree work in the median of U.S. 321 between Court Street and Montvale Road on Thursday, September 3. This work will require closing the interior lane in both directions of this section of U.S. 321. The work is expected to start at 9 a.m. and be completed by 1 p.m.
Update: The greenway trail walkway in this area will also be closed. To access the greenway from either side of 321, plan to cross at either the Gary Hensley Blvd traffic light or the Court Street traffic light.
For more information, please contact Engineering and Public Works at 273-3302.
City of Maryville Engineering and Public Works will close the right lane of N. Cusick Street from Los Amigos Restaurant to Harper Avenue September 1 - 2, 2020. Crews will be replacing the storm drain in this area. The work is expected to take two days. For more information, contact Engineering and Public Works at 865-273-3500.
Update: Power has been restored (10:56 p.m.)
City of Maryville Electric Department reported a power outage in the Morganton Road area. A pole was damaged around 5 p.m. Sunday. The outage has affected 1800 customers. Due to the pole replacement requirement, locates, reset and reconnect, power restoration was expected to take several hours. Crews are expected to finish the work around 10 p.m. We are sorry for the power interruption and its impact on our customers.
Tuesday, July 28, 2020
Maryville, Tenn. – Like many other workplaces in our community, the City of Maryville has learned of its first COVID-19 case within the City’s staff.
The employee had not been at the City since Wednesday, July 22, began exhibiting symptoms over the weekend, was tested Monday and received the positive result today, July 28. The coworkers in contact with this employee have been notified, were sent for testing and are following CDC guidelines for direct exposure.
As numbers in Blount County increase, it is as important as ever that we all take the necessary precautions to slow the spread of the virus. Health department officials and the CDC recommend these basic actions (social distancing, mask wearing, hand washing, and hygiene) to keep this disease from overwhelming our community.
For more information, visit our website, the Centers for Disease Control, and the Tennessee Department of Health.
The Electric department will have East Broadway Ave. at Washington St. closed for most of the day today, Tuesday July 14, 2020. Traffic will be detoured to East Harper Ave. while crews work to pull primary wire in the area.
UPDATE: 3 p.m. Friday, July 10, 2020
The Engineering and Public Works department has finished clearing all the downed trees along the trail and it has been re-opened. Enjoy the weekend!
Engineering and Public works department reports at least six trees down along the Greenway Trail between S. Cedar St. and Montvale Road. This section of the trail will be closed all day today, Friday, July 10, 2020 while crews work to remove them.
UPDATED Monday July 13, 2020.
Eva Jean Dr. will remain closed all day Monday and Tuesday, July 13 & 14, 2020 while crews continue to work on replacing a sewer main.
The Water and Sewer department will have Eva Jean Dr. closed from Genesis St. to Windmere Circle starting today, Tuesday, July 7, while they work to replace a sewer main. This closure is expected to remain in place until the end of the day Friday, July 10, 2020.
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