Maryville Electric will have Church Avenue from College Street to Court Street closed for electric work today, Wednesday, June 19. Motorists will need to detour around the block.
Maryville Engineering and Public Works will have the intersection at Lord Avenue and McGhee Street closed all day today, Wednesday, June 19 to repair a sewer line. Local traffic will be able to get through the intersection.
The Maryville Engineering and Public Works Department will close a section of South Cedar Street from Willow Drive to Mountain View Avenue today, Tuesday, June 18. They will be resurfacing the street.
Maryville Water & Sewer department will have Columbus Street closed from Morningside Avenue to Hanna Avenue for a sewer main extension beginning Monday, June 17. The work will continue during business hours for the remainder of the week. For more information, contact the Water & Sewer department at 273-3304.
The calendar year 2018 City of Maryville Water Quality Report is available for review.
As part of the Safe Drinking Water Act, public water supply systems are required to share water quality monitoring results of their drinking water with consumers. View the Report
To obtain a paper copy of the report, contact the City's Water and Sewer Department at 865-273-3304.
The 2018 report is published in April of 2019.
City of Maryville Water and Sewer will have Belleville Avenue closed from Best Street to Cardinal Street until approximately 3 pm for a sewer main repair.
Summer fun often includes swimming pools. Here is some information for residents with pools or looking to install a pool.
The City does not fill pools as a service. Residents should use their water hoses or contact a pool service provider.
Water and Sewer Charges
Normal water usage rates apply for filling pools (no quantity discounts are available.)
Sewer charges are capped at 15,000 gallons.
For sewer rates, residential customers would see no more than the maximum charge of $77.37 inside city limits; $115.83 outside city limits. (rates as of January 1, 2019)
Residential installation of in-ground or above-ground pools requires the following:
Pools must meet setback requirements (according to code) depending on where the pool is located on the property.
All pools require a barrier fence per code
For more information about codes, contact Robert Large, Building Inspector - (865) 273- 3516.
Draining Swimming Pool Water
Chlorinated water should not be dumped into storm drains. Drain the water into the yard first. This allows time for the chlorine to evaporate. Do not drain pool water into neighbors' yards.
Discarding Swimming Pool Chemicals
Pool chemicals can be safely discarded at the Blount County Recycling Convenience Center.
http://www.keepblountbeautiful.org/hhw/ for more information.
The City seeks input from the public about City services and facilities related to accessibility. Read more
Summer on Broadway will be held Friday, June 21 and Saturday, June 22 in the downtown area.
The roads and parking lots that will be closed in the downtown area beginning Thursday, June 20 for the Summer on Broadway event are as follows:
For more information, contact Blount Partnership at (865) 983-2241 or visit http://www.summeronbroadway.net
Update: Tuesday, June 18, 2019
Due to weather delays, the second section (Pearson Springs pavilion walkway to Montgomery Lane is scheduled to be seal coated on Friday, June 21. The first section (walkway to Best Street) is completed.
Update: Thursday, June 13, 2019
Greenway seal coating, originally scheduled for this past Monday and Tuesday, has been rescheduled (due to weather) for Friday, June 14. The work will require closing the trail. The first section to be seal coated is from Best Street to Pearson Springs at the restrooms walkway. This section will close at 8 a.m. Friday and should be reopened Saturday. The second section will be closed from Pearson Springs to Montgomery Lane on Monday, June 17, weather permitting.
Previously: June 4, 2019
Contractors for the City will close a section of the greenway to seal coat the walking trail beginning Monday, June 10 weather permitting.
The first section – from the Pearson Springs parking lot to the Montgomery Lane side of the greenway – will close on June 10 and reopen June 11. The second section – from the Pearson Springs Restrooms and parking lot side of the trail down to Best Street – will close when the first section is complete. Both sections should reopen by June 12 if the weather is good.
For more information, please contact the City of Maryville Public Works Department at (865) 273–3302.
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