COURTHOUSE ANNEX  IS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

The Marshall County Courthouse Annex, along with most other county buildings will be re-opening to the public starting Monday, May 11, 2020.
As part of an overall effort to take steps to re-open the buildings safely there are temporary changes to how the general public is to access the various offices in the Annex. The front entrance will be used for access to all offices in the Annex except those of the County Mayor and County Clerk. Those wanting to visit those offices will need to use the back entrance of the Annex.
 The public is urged to follow these directions as there will be limits to the number of people allowed in any one office at the same time.  Face masks are not required but are encouraged for the public to wear while doing business in County offices.
The public may still conduct their business with the County by phone, fax, internet, drive – up window, and/or any other means that an office or department may develop.
 Certain court functions and filings will still occur at the Courthouse, however, there will be limited public access to those buildings consistent with the Order of Tennessee Supreme Court regarding access to the courts.
 Solid Waste Convenience Centers will start accepting all contents (no commercial dumping) as of Tuesday, May 12, 2020.
The Marshall County Memorial Library which continue their current operations of offering curbside service Monday through Friday 10am until 2pm as they continue a phased in approach.
For more information please contact the office you are wishing to visit or check the County website or the Library website.

 

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In accordance with the Governor’s Executive Order No. 34 extending Executive Order 16 regarding limiting gatherings to prevent the further spread of COVID-19 and allowing public meetings to be conducted by electronic means, the meeting will be conducted with committee members participating electronically via audio conference.  The general public can access and listen to the meeting live by calling 931-359-5890.  To view and listen to the live meeting please go to the following link  http://marshallcountytn.com/media  A recording of the meeting will published at the following link http://marshallcountytn.com/media

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