A curfew shall be in effect for the City of McMinnville from 8:00 p.m. to 6 a.m. This curfew shall not apply to persons lawfully on the streets and in public places who have obtained permission of the local chief of police or other law enforcement officer then in charge of municipal law enforcement, which permission shall be granted on good cause shown. This curfew also shall not apply to persons who are legitimately employed and working or traveling to or from employment.
In addition to the curfew for the corporate boundaries of the City of McMinnville, the following street closures will be in effect beginning at 3:00 p.m. on Monday, June 1st through 6:00 a.m. on Tuesday, June 2nd.
- Main Street between Chancery Street and Sparta Street
- Court Square between E. Morford Street and E. Colville Street
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As of May 4, 2020 the City of McMinnville is reducing operations from the Full Implementation of Response Plan Level-Tier I to the Regional Concern Level-Tier II of the City of McMinnville COVID-19 Action Plan.
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As of March 31, 2020 the City of McMinnville is operating at the Full Implementation of Response Plan Level-Tier I of the City of McMinnville COVID-19 Action Plan.
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City of McMinnville's COVID-19 Action Plan
Yesterday Gov. Lee issued Executive Order 22, implementing safer at home guidelines in every Tennessee county to further mitigate the spread of COVID-19. The order goes into effect Tuesday, March 31 at 12:01 a.m. CDT and will extend to April 14, 2020 at 11:59 p.m. CDT. This is not a mandated shelter in place, but instead urges Tennesseans who are in non-essential roles to remain at home.
The executive order restricts businesses that cannot safely operate during COVID-19 including businesses like barber shops, salons, recreational and entertainment outfits. It also provides for the continuation of essential businesses throughout every county to protect the economy.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
March 19, 2020
City of McMinnville Steps Up Measures to Reduce Exposure to COVID-19
Following adoption of the COVID-19 Action Plan (Currently in Tier II as identified in the plan) at last night’s Special Called meeting by the McMinnville Board of Mayor and Aldermen, and starting today, Thursday March 19th, the City of McMinnville is closing all public walk-in services and lobbies. This includes access to 202 Bell St., 1266 Belmont St., all Parks & Recreation facilities, Fire Halls, and the Police Department.
- To pay a water bill, taxes, or to obtain a business license please call 931-473-1200, pay online at https://new.nexbillpay.net/mcminnville. Drop boxes are also available at 101 E Main St and 202 Bell St. If you only have cash and require change, we will credit that change to your account.
- To pay tickets please call the Police Department at 931-473-3808. A drop box is also available at the Police Department. Records requests can be emailed to email@example.com. Municipal Court information and requests can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- The Community Development Department will be open by appointment only. Appointments can be made by calling 931-473-1204. Information can be submitted in various alternative ways, and fees can be paid by drop box, over the phone or online. We will continue to issue building permits and perform inspections.
- To contact the Fire Department, call 931-473-6739 or 931-474-6704.
“I am encouraging the greater McMinnville and Warren County community to work together during this time. It is imperative that we understand the impact of this pandemic on our community, and we know that collective action on preventative hygiene and minimizing social gatherings will significantly reduce the long-term impacts on McMinnville. These short- term measures will build upon our resiliency and strength. We have one goal in mind – to mitigate the possible spread of the disease and avoid a longer-term risk to our community. The health and safety of our residents, visitors, and staff is of the highest importance at this time.” said City Administrator Nolan Ming. The City continues to monitor updates from the CDC and state health officials and will adjust our response plans and operations based upon their advice.
The CDC and State of Tennessee health officials recommend social distancing, which is a term for taking precautions to reduce your contact with other individuals. The City is further supporting these recommendations by canceling all non-essential meetings, trainings or conferences, sporting events, and any other activities where there are large gatherings.
For the most up-to-date information on COVID-19 in Tennessee, please visit: www.tn.gov/health/cedep/ncov.html
Click the following links for more information:
- City of McMinnville's COVID-19 Action Plan
- TN Office of the Governor Situation Summary
- CDC Coronavirus (COVID-19) What You Need to Know
- World Health Organization Health Topics: Coronavirus