Friday, Jan. 19
Icy precipitation, remaining moisture, and freezing temperatures Thursday night and into Friday has slowed progress for our crews. Some roads remain icy. Please keep cars off streets as much as possible for crews to work on roads.
Friday routes and those we could not service this week will be picked up today. Any roads that are not accessible to our trucks today will be picked up Monday. Residents should leave cans at the curb until picked up.
Recycling centers will close today at 5 p.m. The Maryville College recycling center will be open tomorrow regular schedule. Sandy Springs will not be open tomorrow, Saturday, Jan. 20.
Thursday, Jan. 18 updates
Recycling Center opening (planned for 9 a.m.) will be delayed due to refreezing. New opening time Thursday, Jan. 18 - noon to 5 p.m.
Wednesday, Jan. 17 updates
City offices are open normal hours.
Road conditions - Travel advisory
Engineering and Public Works reports this morning that main roads are mostly clear. Plowing and salting efforts have moved to secondary streets today.
EPW will pick up residential garbage for Tuesday and Wednesday routes on main streets and flat level side streets today. As weather improves, pickup will be back on schedule by Friday. Residents should leave their cans out.
Public safety (fire and police) are back on normal response protocol.
City of Maryville electric customers should use the automated outage line to report or obtain information about an outage. 865-983-8722.
The TVA voluntary load reduction request has ended as of Jan. 17 12:30 p.m.
Recycling Centers will remain closed today. On Thursday, Jan. 18, centers will be open reduced hours from 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Tuesday, Jan. 16 - 2:55 p.m. update
The Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) is requesting all customers to voluntarily curtail any non-essential electric loads effective today, January 16, 2024.
Due to forecasted extremely low temperatures in the Tennessee Valley Authority service area tonight and the high electric demand expected on their system, TVA is asking for voluntary curtailment across their entire system.
Customers are asked to voluntarily reduce their electric consumption by turning off unneeded lights and by not using major appliances (ovens, washing machines, washers/dryers, and unplugging devices or appliances not frequently used, etc.).
We appreciate the assistance of our customers. For more information on how to save energy and money, visit: https://energyright.com/residential/education-advice/
Monday, Jan. 15 - 7:30 p.m. update
Road Conditions - Travel Warning
Due to the nature of this winter storm, road conditions are expected to remain treacherous. While city public works crews have been working since 5 p.m. Sunday night, the roads remain covered as heavy snowfall and cold temperatures continue. It is expected that local and minor streets and roads will be unsafe for travel for the remainder of the night and in the morning, and we urge residents to stay off roads until conditions improve.
Maryville police are responding to emergency traffic only due to numerous accidents. Police advise if you are in a minor accident, take photos with your cell phone, swap insurance and contact information and call the police department in the morning to get a report.
As a safety measure, City of Maryville offices will be closed to the public on Tuesday, January 16.
City employees should report to supervisors for information about the inclement weather policy.
Customer service phones are operating 865-273-3456.
Trash and bulk pickup schedule
Update Tuesday, Jan. 16 - Trash and bulk will be delayed until road conditions improve. Cans should be left at the curb if it's safe for residents to get them out.
Centers will be closed Tuesday, Jan. 16
Scattered outages are reported and crews are working through them.
Please visit our outage management system for updates on outages and restorations here.