City of Maryville Water and Sewer Department reports that East Broadway at Brown School Road is down to one lane in order to install a water main tie-in until approximately 4 p.m. Monday, December 28.
The Tennessee Department of Health has announced that beginning today, Friday, December 18, 2020, it will start publishing daily COVID-19 data reports at 6 p.m. EST / 5 p.m. CST.
Our data will now need to be shared the following morning, Monday – Thursday. All datasets are linked from our webpage and can be found through the state’s website if it is needed sooner.
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Engineering and Public Works is wrapping up the last leaf collection of the year. The final round of fall leaf collection will begin Monday, January 4 and run through January 15, 2021. Residents should have all remaining leaves at the curb by Sunday, January 3.
One additional leaf collection will be performed in the spring and will begin on March 15, 2021. Residents should have leaves at the curb by Sunday, March 14.
Place leaves in the front yard, not in a ditch or drainage system which could clog your storm drain. Please keep leaves separate from bulk and brush.
For more information, please contact Engineering and Public Works at 273-3302.
Phone Service Down - Monday, December 14
Update: City phones have been restored. Please use your usual contact numbers for assistance.
We have been made aware that our dial tone service is not working and phone calls are not coming through to the City. We have contacted Windstream, our service provider. At this time, we do not have a restoration time estimate. If you need to reach someone at the City, please call 865-210-0552 for assistance.
City of Maryville Engineering and Public Works will have both lanes of McCammon Avenue closed to through traffic from McGhee Street to Home Avenue to accommodate COVID-19 testing at the Health Department. This will be in effect Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 12:00 noon each day beginning today, December 14 and is expected to continue through December 24, 2020.
For more information, please call the department of Engineering and Public Works (865) 273-3500.
The annual Maryville-Alcoa Jaycees will hold their annual Christmas parade on Saturday. The city of Maryville police department will be managing the traffic for their parade so that pedestrians and vehicles safely pass through downtown.
City of Maryville Police will escort the Jaycees annual Christmas Parade downtown on Saturday, December 12. In order to accommodate staging of the parade, the following will be closed beginning at 8 a.m.
Beginning at 10:30 a.m.,
The parade will begin approximately 11 a.m.
As the parade approaches the intersection of Broadway and U.S. 321,
Roads will be reopened when possible as the parade finishes passing through the areas.
Since the route is shorter this year, the city of Maryville municipal building will be available to families to park and view the parade. The City encourages spectators to ensure appropriate distance between families to ensure their safety and well being.
For information about the traffic plan, contact the city of Maryville at 865-273-3401.
For more information about the parade, please contact the Blount County Jaycees at 865-229-6258. Or visit their Facebook page.
The Cusick Street project has resumed today and is expected to be completed by the end of this week - as long as the weather cooperates. All four lanes in the section between McCammon Avenue and Harper is closed to complete the project. Updates will be provided closer to the end of the week.
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