Rutherford County TN

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Rutherford County COVID-19 Responses

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Mayor Ketron Lifts Face Covering Order

21 September 2020Read More

On Tuesday, September 22 at 5:00 p.m. CDT the Face Covering Order will be officially lifted.


TDH UPDATES REPORTING FORMAT FOR COVID-19 CASES

3 September 2020 • Read More

The Tennessee Department of Health is improving the format for sharing of data on COVID-19 to update how some metrics are calculated and reflect evolving knowledge of the pandemic. The new format will begin September 3, 2020 and reflect a change in how active cases are calculated and a correction in county of residence for some cases.


Mayor Ketron Offers Explanation Behind His Decision to Extend County Face Covering Order 8/31/20

Rutherford County Face Covering Order Extension

Read the Order Here.

Total Number of Cases in Rutherford County



9,058




Updated Daily at 2PM
The number of deceased, recovered, and negative labs can be found daily at the Tennessee Department of Health website.


Testing in Rutherford County

COVID-19 Testing is now being offered Monday - Friday at the Rutherford County Health Department from 8:30 am - 12:00 pm, for free and without restrictions. They are located at 100 West Burton St, in Murfreesboro. For questions about testing, please call 615-898-7880 or 615-849-0347. You can also contact to be connected with other resources and guidance the citizens of Rutherford County should contact the Rutherford County Health Department.

List of Statewide Testing Sites


Free Face Masks from State of Tennessee

Weekdays
The State of Tennessee is providing free and reusable face masks to residents. You can get yours at the Rutherford County Department of Health. Visit them between 8 am and 4:30 pm on Monday - Friday to get your free face mask.
Rutherford County Health Department Website
COVID-19 Bulletin #31 on Issuing of Masks from State of TN


How to Help

Find ways you can help those around you during the COVID-19 crisis.
As additional opportunities are made available, they will be added to the list.


Find ways to get help

  • Rutherford County Schools is currently providing breakfast and lunch to any child 18 and under at no charge while the district is shutdown for COVID-19. Additionally, adults will also be served for $2 at breakfast and $3.80 for lunch. Exact change is needed for payment.
    Learn More.   •   View Map of Locations.

  • Murfreesboro City Schools – CHOW Bus
    Learn More.

  • PAWS of Rutherford County has pet food available for those in need.
    Learn More.

Information for Businesses
Reopening Tennessee Responsibly (TN Pledge)
Economic Impact Payment
Learn about Employer Tax Credits

Unemployment
You can learn if you are eligible for, and how to apply, for unemployment benefits at the TN.GOV Labor & Workforce Development website

After applying, Updates are available 72 hours post filing an Unemployment Insurance claim. Once a claim is filed for Unemployment Insurance, the agency, claimant, and former employer have responsibilities that assist with its progression. While it may take up to 4 weeks for a decision to be finalized, claimant's have the ability to track their claim and review status information at their convenience. You can track your UI Claim here.

Taxes
The deadlines to FILE and PAY federal income taxes were extended to July 15, 2020.
Learn more about Coronavirus Tax Relief and Economic Impact Payments from the IRS

Information on Student Loans
From StudentAid.Gov:
"On March 27, 2020, the president signed the CARES Act into law, which, among other things, provides broad relief for federal student loan borrowers." Learn More.

Anxious about Coronavirus? Text HOME to 741741 to connect with a Crisis Counselor.
Learn More about this resource. Here, you can also donate, or train to be a crisis counselor to help others.


The Mid-Cumberland Regional Director for TSPN is offering virtual QPRs on Suicide Prevention.
QPR, standing for Question, Persuade and Refer, is a fact-based training on suicide prevention. During this course, they will discuss the statistics of suicide in our state, debunk myths, and learn best practices for discussing suicide with someone in your personal lives or in your professional ones. There is no background in suicide prevention required; this training is beneficial to everyone regardless of profession and past experience. There will be multiple opportunities to join virtual QPRs, but this one is open to ALL COUNTIES in the region. Sign up here through Eventbrite


MTSU offers free online mental health resources during COVID-19.

MTSU’s Center for Counseling and Psychological Services, housed in the Miller Education Center, and MTSU Counseling Services, inside the Keathley University Center, are both offering remote mental health resources while ongoing university precautions and the state’s stay-at-home order prohibits on-campus services.
A not-for-profit student training facility affiliated with the Professional Counseling Program in the College of Education, the Center for Counseling and Psychological Services is offering online access to short video sessions on mindfulness, guided imagery and deep breathing, which can be accessed here.

Facts about FEMA’s Public Assistance program for applicable nonprofit organizations.

NOTE:
PNP must show a ruling letter from the IRS granting tax exemption under 501(c), (d), or (e) of IR Code of 1954;
or
Documentation from the state substantiating that the non-revenue producing organization or entity is a nonprofit entity organized or doing business under state law.

Emergency Phone Number: 9-1-1
Non-emergency: To report a domestic violence case, call the law enforcement agency where you live:

Rutherford County Sheriff’s Office
940 New Salem Highway
Murfreesboro, TN 37129
615-898-7770

Murfreesboro Police Department
1004 N. Highland Ave.
Murfreesboro, TN 37130
615-893-1311

Smyrna Police Department
400 Enon Springs Road
Smyrna, TN 37167
615-459-6644

La Vergne Police Department
5093 Murfreesboro Road
La Vergne, TN 37086
615-793-7744

Eagleville Police Department
108 S. Main St.
Eagleville, TN 37060
615-898-7770

For information on Domestic Violence help:
Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault Center
1423 Kensington Square Court
Murfreesboro, TN 37130
Office Tel (615) 896-7377
Office Fax (615) 896-1628

Domestic Violence Crisis (615) 896-2012
Sexual Assault Crisis (615) 494-9262

Tennessee's community services help line is one of the easiest ways to get help. Dial 2-1-1 and you'll get a real person who is trained to help.
Available services through TN 2-1-1 can be found here.

During the stay at home orders it is critical for our community to pay attention to the children and youth in your neighborhood and watch for the signs and symptoms of child abuse.

Emergency and Life-Threatening Situation: Call 9-1-1
Call the Child Abuse Hotline to report child abuse or neglect in the State of Tennessee: 877-237-0004
Reports also can be made online on the Tennessee Department of Childrens’ Services secure site.
Reports may also be made to the law enforcement agency where you live:
Rutherford County Sheriff’s Office
940 New Salem Highway
Murfreesboro, TN 37129
615-898-7770

Murfreesboro Police Department
1004 N. Highland Ave.
Murfreesboro, TN 37130
615-893-1311

Smyrna Police Department
400 Enon Springs Road
Smyrna, TN 37167
615-459-6644

La Vergne Police Department
5093 Murfreesboro Road
La Vergne, TN 37086
615-793-7744

Eagleville Police Department
108 S. Main St.
Eagleville, TN 37060
615-898-7770

Tennessee's community services help line is one of the easiest ways to get help. Dial 2-1-1 and you'll get a real person who is trained to help.
Available services through TN 2-1-1 can be found here.

You can call 211 or visit the Crisis Connections website if you need help accessing food, social services, or other emergency assistance.


FAQ

"Gov. Bill Lee issued the first steps from the “Tennessee Pledge,” the state’s rollout of guidance and best practices for Tennessee businesses in 89 of the state’s 95 counties to keep employees and customers safe during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The first industries to receive guidance through the plan include the restaurant and retail industries."
READ MORE.

To see State Guidelines for businesses, click here.

If you are having a medical emergency (such as severe respiratory symptoms that are impairing your ability to breathe), always call 9-1-1. If you are having symptoms but they do not rise to the level of a medical emergency, you should contact your primary healthcare provider by telephone or televisit. The Tennessee State Department of Health also has a Public Information Line at (833) 556-2476 available from 10 a.m. until 10 p.m. CT daily.

If you are having a medical emergency, always call 9-1-1.

If you are not having a medical emergency, you should contact your primary healthcare provider. The Tennessee State Department of Health also has a Public Information Line at (833) 556-2476 available from 10 a.m. until 10 p.m. CT daily.

Requirements for vehicle emissions testing are suspended until May 18, 2020. 

The Division of Air Pollution Control will update this notice with details as to when vehicle emissions testing services will be fully operational in order to resume testing in the near future.

The Division of Air Pollution Control will work to ensure that testing services are available in enough time for vehicles to be tested prior to the extended registration due date.

Please call 866-329-9632 with any questions.


County Department Responses

Agriculture Extension

Admission to the Rutherford County Extension Office has limited access in response to the COVID-19 from March 20, 2020 until further notice. Appointments can be scheduled by calling 615-898-7710 or You can visit our website for a list of agent emails at rutherford.tennessee.edu

Building Codes

8/20/2020 Update

Rutherford County Building Codes is re-opened to the public. We are still offering appointments and digital services to customers who prefer them. For more information please call our office at 615-898-7734.

Visit our page.

Convenience Centers

4/14/19 Updates

All 17 locations, including Recycling Centers, are currently continuing with our regular schedule. However, until further notice bulk items will be limited to THREE items per household beginning Tuesday, 4/14. Building materials are still not being accepted until further notice.
Learn More.

County Clerk

Until futher notice during this pandemic, all transactions are being processed through our drive-thru and the drive thru closes at 3:00 p.m. Mon-Thurs and 4:00 on Fridays.

County Library System

"During phase #1, library staff will return to work on May 1, but libraries will continue to remain closed to the public. This will enable staff to prepare for re-opening, receive and disinfect returned materials, and develop new safety protocols. LINEBAUGH will begin offering their curbside service on May 4 (including notary services) Monday through Friday only from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. All other branches will follow once adequate supplies and logistics are in place."
Learn More.

County Schools
Parks and Recreation

Rutherford County Recreation Winter Open Gym will be suspended until further notice. Visit their website for more info on delays or closings for rec sponsored sports.

Planning & Engineering

7/21/2020 COVID-19 Update

Please note the following change for Public Hearings:

In order to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and to protect the health, safety, and welfare of the public and all involved, public hearings at Planning Commission meetings and Board of Zoning Appeals meetings will be virtual only, with no comments being accepted physically at the meeting:

If you would like to comment on any of these public hearings, please contact either Doug Demosi, Planning Director, (for Planning Commission and Board of Commissioners meetings) or Danielle Glouner, Assistant Planning Director, (for Board of Zoning Appeals meeting) by 12:00 PM on the day of the meeting and include your name, phone number, and e-mail address (if you have one). A representative from our Information Technology Department will contact you with information on how to access the meeting. Please use the application numbers found in the agenda to identify the case you are interested in speaking on.
Please call our office at 615-898-7730 with any questions.


Our County offices have been closed to the public, effective April 1, 2020 until further notice. Although we are closed to the public, limited Planning and Engineering Staff will be working to process requests. Please abide by the information below:

  • All of our forms are available on our website, which can be found here.

  • These applications can include, but are not limited to, zoning compliance forms, plats/site plans, and rezoning/BZA applications

  • Credit card information can be taken over the phone for payment. For cash/check, please call our office ahead of time

  • In addition to the zoning compliance form, you will also need your lot's septic information to obtain a building permit. TDEC septic information can be requested on their website: tdec.tn.gov/filenetsearch/ .

Please be advised that during this time, it might take longer to respond to your request. We appreciate your understanding and patience. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at 615-898-7730.

Property Assessor

4/30/2020 • The Rutherford County Property Assessor’s office continues to be closed to walk-in services until further notice. Per Rutherford County Mayor Bill Ketron’s recent directive, we are bringing all staff back to work on Friday May 1st. It is imperative that we continue to take whatever steps we can to mitigate the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the health of our employees and the operation of government services. Assessor Rob Mitchell encourages residents that have questions or need other assessment related services to utilize the below resources as applicable.

Read More.

Solid Waste Department

4/14/19 Updates
All 17 locations, including Recycling Centers, are currently continuing with our regular schedule. However, until further notice bulk items will be limited to THREE item per household beginning Tuesday, 4/14. Building materials are still not being accepted until further notice.
Learn More.

The Solid Waste Department provides solid waste and recycling collection areas. The collection areas are for the use of Rutherford County residents only. The department operates fourteen (14) Recycling Centers (formerly known as Convenience Centers) throughout the county and provides recycling and waste collection and transportation service for all the County and City schools.

Limited disposal services are provided by the operation the Rutherford County Landfill. The Rutherford County Landfill accepts off-the-rim waste tires and brush.

Recycling services are coordinated by the department. The department operates a recycle only site within the county. Haley Road accepts electronic waste for recycling Mondays through Thursdays and Saturdays.

Learn More.

Trustee

You can pay online or mail payments to Rutherford County Trustee, P.O. Box 1316, Murfreesboro TN 37133

This is an every changing situation so please continue to check our web site for updates.

Veteran's Services

3/31/20 Update

While working remotely, we can be reached at:
Cell: 615-663-2398
FAX: 615-713-3420
E-mail: [email protected]

Adult Detention

Updated 4/21/2020

The Rutherford County Sheriff's Office lobby will be open for limited business while other county offices are closed to citizens until further notice.

Limited business includes cash bonds and warrants.

Safe distances practices will be used in the Sheriff's Office lobby.

The visitation lobby will be closed.

Family and friends can use video visitation from home to communicate with inmates in the Rutherford County Adult Detention Center.

Citizens may check out the Sheriff’s web page at http://www.rcsotn.com/ for video visitation and additional information.

Animal Services (PAWS)

7/21/2020 Update

Rutherford County PAWS has reopened and encourages you to be #RutherfordResponsible. Learn more about our current policies here.

Community Care

3/31/20 Update

Revisions have been made to dropping things off. Read the post here.


Community Care posted on 3/18/20: "We still cannot have visitors. We will update with any changes to this policy, but at this time it’s too great of a risk for compromised immune systems. We are sorry and will help with Skype or even FaceTime if you will work with us and set up a time... Read the whole message here.

Juvenile Detention Center

Video Visitation Update
RCJDC guardian video visitation scheduling will resume Monday, 05/11/2020, with limitations.

  • Only the legal guardian(s)/court approved visitor will be allowed to enter the administrative lobby for their scheduled visit time, no one will be allowed to sit in the lobby and wait. As a reminder, visits must be scheduled 24 hours in advance, no exceptions.

  • All visitors must have their temperature taken and answer the COVID-19 medical questions

  • Only one visitation session will be scheduled at a time

4/30/20 Update
Rutherford County Juvenile Detention Center (JDC) lobby is closed to the public with the exceptions of Citizens wanting to file juvenile petitions while a Judicial Commissioner is on duty and Attorney’s of Record coming in for a pre-scheduled client visitation

Beginning May 1st:

  • Everyone (employees/visitors/detainees) entering into the facility will have their forehead temperature scanned via a no-touch thermometer and documented on the COVID-19 Logs

  • Everyone (employees/visitors/detainees) entering into the facility will answer COVID-19 related medical questions that will be documented on the COVID-19 Logs

  • Anyone who has a forehead temperature of 100.4 or higher or answers yes to any medical question will not be allowed to enter the facility

Sheriff's Department

4/8/20

Defendants in Circuit Court who were supposed to serve their sentence on non-violent misdemeanor or felony case or violation of probation in April should report 30 days later, the Circuit Court judges ordered Monday. Learn More.


The Rutherford County Sheriff's Office lobby will be open for limited business while other county offices are closed to citizens until further notice.

Limited business includes cash bonds and warrants.

Safe distances practices will be used in the Sheriff's Office lobby.

The visitation lobby will be closed.

Family and friends can use video visitation from home to communicate with inmates in the Rutherford County Adult Detention Center.

Citizens may check out the Sheriff’s web page at http://www.rcsotn.com/for video visitation and additional information.

NOTICE

Signs have been placed at the Judicial Building notifying the public that admission to the building is limited in response to the COVID-19 pandemic until June 15, 2020. The notice states that, “Lawyers with jail cases will be admitted and any necessary persons, as determined by the trial judge.” The offices can be contacted for resetting court dates or for emergencies

COVID19 Update Posted 5/28/2020 • Building Access will remain limited until further notice of the Courts. Click here to read the order.


Chancery Court Clerk
Circuit Court Clerk Civil

For Circuit Civil fax numbers and payments of court costs, visit the Circuit Court Clerk website.

Fax filing fees will be waived for the duration of the notice period.

Posted 5/28/2020 • Building Access will remain limited until further notice of the Courts. Click here to read the order.

Circuit Court Clerk Criminal

For Circuit Criminals fax numbers and payments of court costs, visit the Circuit Court Clerk website.

Fax filing fees will be waived for the duration of the notice period.

Posted 5/28/2020 • Building Access will remain limited until further notice of the Courts. Click here to read the order.

Domestic Violence Court

COVID19 Update Posted 5/28/2020

Building Access will remain limited until further notice of the Courts. Click here to read the order.

General Sessions

COVID19 Update Posted 5/28/2020

Building Access will remain limited until further notice of the Courts. Click here to read the order.


Posted 5/1/20

The Tennessee Supreme Court has approved a plan to partially re-open courts in Rutherford and Cannon County beginning Monday, May 4. The plan provides for screening of all persons entering the judicial facilities and limiting the number of people in any courtroom at any time. Defendants and litigants should contact their attorney or the office of the General Sessions and Circuit Clerk to verify their appointed court date.

Persons cited to Rutherford County General Sessions Court on May 4 should arrive at the Judicial Building at 8:30 am. Only defendants and their attorneys will be admitted into the building. All people entering the building will be screened for temperature. Everyone entering the building is encouraged to wear a mask covering their nose and mouth to prevent spreading any contaminants. Hand sanitizer will be available throughout the building. Each courtroom will be wiped down with disinfectant periodically throughout the day.

Persons scheduled for appearance in General Sessions Court should use the stairs and escalator to reach the courtrooms on the second floor. Elevators will be limited and only three people will be allowed on any elevator at a time to allow for appropriate distancing. Benches and seating in each courtroom will be marked to indicate where people will be allowed to sit.

Persons indicted by the March grand jury are scheduled to be arraigned in court Monday, May 4. They will be screened and directed to the appropriate courtroom. Monitors at each courtroom will be present to admit the first ten people into the courtroom and direct remaining defendants to an appropriate waiting area.

A copy of the order approved by the Tennessee Supreme Court is available here for more detailed information.

General Sessions Civil

COVID19 Update Posted 5/28/2020 • Building Access will remain limited until further notice of the Courts. Click here to read the order.

For General Sessions Civil fax numbers and payments of court costs, visit the Circuit Court Clerk website.

Fax filing fees will be waived for the duration of the notice period.

General Sessions Criminal

COVID19 Update Posted 5/28/2020 • Building Access will remain limited until further notice of the Courts. Click here to read the order.

For General Sessions Criminal fax numbers and payments of court costs, visit the Circuit Court Clerk website.

Fax filing fees will be waived for the duration of the notice period.

Juvenile Court

COVID19 Update Posted 5/28/2020 • Building Access will remain limited until further notice of the Courts. Click here to read the order.

Posted 5/1/20

Court Security plans to limit the human to human transmission of the Corona Virus by keeping persons six feet apart. Only attorneys, clients, and others directly involved in the case will be allowed entrance into the building. Before entry, all persons will submit to a temperature scan. Any person failing to comply or who has a temperature of 100.4 F will be denied entry into the building.

Front Entrance (Outside) Security:

  • There will be marks placed on the concrete (tape) approximately six feet or more as architecture allows designating appropriate social distancing while in proximity to the entrance.

  • There will be a Deputy assigned during peak time to ensure compliance to social distancing guidelines are being met, and will be monitored during non-peak hours by video surveillance.

  • Patrons will have temperature taken prior to speaking with Clerk to check in for their case on the docket. The Outside Deputy will be present to ensure, only those persons appearing on the docket will be allowed entry as needed.

  • Personnel upon checking in with the Clerk shall provide a cell phone number. The person may, or may not be given direction to wait outside the entrance, or in their vehicle, and need to be available to the Court while complying with social distancing.

Front Entrance (Security Screening Inside):

  • There will be one door for entry into the building, with a separate exit door on the other side of the lobby to avoid contact.

  • Only one person at a time will go through the screening station. When the person has cleared the area, and has distanced themselves by the required 6 feet or more, the next person shall proceed.

  • Employees and attorneys will be allowed to screen first.

  • Marks on the floor (tape) will be placed on the floor to assist in gauging proper social distancing once the person has retrieved their items from the screening station, to replace articles on their person if needed.

  • Hand sanitizer will be provided.

  • While in the lobby of the Juvenile Courthouse, personnel will be advised by a Deputy Sheriff what chair to sit in. Chairs have been numbered with a total of nine chairs available. Each seat is within the guidelines of social distancing. If all the chairs are occupied, no one else shall be allowed entry; unless they are summoned by the Judge to appear directly to the Courtroom. At which time they would complete the normal security screening process.

  • All Courtroom bench seating will have a “X” placed six feet apart to help gauge for proper social distancing.

  • Signs will be placed outside of the courtroom to remind persons to be seated at the appropriate place or as directed by the Court.

  • Each Judge will have their own plan on what procedure should be followed in respect to their Courtroom.

4/13/20 In order to facilitate the movement of cases and ensuring all constitutional rights of parties are protected during COVID-19 with the Juvenile Court of Rutherford County, there will be a new procedure for all attorneys and pro-se litigants requesting a video hearing. The Attorney or Pro-se Litigant shall file a proper “Joint Motion to Request a Video Hearing”. With that joint motion, the attached, which is the procedure by which they are to certify all necessary requirements, SHALL also be lodged with the Joint Motion and immediately given to the Court for consideration.

3/13/20 Procedure Updates


Update to Procedures

Juvenile Court Clerk

4/1/20 Update


Update to Procedures

Probation and Recovery Service
  • ALL in office appointments that have been scheduled including orientation, will need to report via web reporting, phone, or email. Keep your scheduled appointments for the same date and time with your Probation Case Manager, however instead of reporting in person, you will report via web, email, or phone for your scheduled visit.

  • Payments will be received via USPS or online at paysupv.com. Receipts for payments made through the mail will be available to pick up at a later date with your Case Manager, or we can scan and email your receipt upon request.

  • Classes will be completed with their Treatment Case Manager via phone or email during this time. If they have to have one on one interaction, that may be performed over the phone.

  • We have limited meal bags, snack bags, and hygiene bags still available for our Probationers for curbside pickup. Please let your Probation Case Manager know if you have any specific needs we can help with while you aren’t reporting in the office.

Recovery Court

COVID19 Update Posted 5/28/2020 • Building Access will remain limited until further notice of the Courts. Click here to read the order.

Updated 3/31/20

Recovery Court will have all case managers work from home conducting classes remotely. Drugs screens will continue as usual. Just as before you will call the Drug Screen Hotline @ 615-849-5700 to get information on which drug phases are being called.

Please note the following change for Public Hearings:

Please note the following change for Public Hearings:

In order to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and to protect the health, safety, and welfare of the public and all involved, public hearings at Planning Commission meetings and Board of Zoning Appeals meetings will be virtual only, with no comments being accepted physically at the meeting:

If you would like to comment on any of these public hearings, please contact either Doug Demosi, Planning Director, (for Planning Commission and Board of Commissioners meetings) or Danielle Glouner, Assistant Planning Director, (for Board of Zoning Appeals meeting) by 12:00 PM on the day of the meeting and include your name, phone number, and e-mail address (if you have one). A representative from our Information Technology Department will contact you with information on how to access the meeting. Please use the application numbers found in the agenda to identify the case you are interested in speaking on.
Please call our office at 615-898-7730 with any questions.

County Commission, Committee, and Sub-Committee Meetings

3/31/20 Update

Full commission meetings and all sub-committee meetings during this time will be held virtually.

Concerning meetings:
"Ketron made the decision to limit public meetings to standing committees and full commission meetings until further notice. For committees, only committee members will be allowed in the meeting room, but the meeting will be broadcasted live into the main courtroom for others wishing to attend. “While all meetings are open to the public, we want remind the community that they can watch from home on RCTV or our YouTube Channel,” said Mayor Ketron. “If you do plan to attend in person, please be prepared to practice social distancing measures with a possible health screening at the door.” Read More

For a list of canceled or delayed meetings, click here.

Hazardous Waste Disposal

April 4th Household Hazardous Waste Collection Event The Household Hazardous Waste Collection event has been canceled


Ask Non-Medical COVID-19 Questions

Notice: We are providing this form as a resource for COVID-19 related information that do not include medical related questions. For medical related questions, contact your local healthcare provider or the Rutherford County Health Department. The Health Department has two numbers, 615-898-7880 or 615-849-0347, available Monday-Friday from 8:00 am - 4:30 pm

If you have additional non-medical questions about Coronavirus/COVID-19 preparedness planning, please email us with this form and we will respond as quickly as possible.













Restaurant Status Dashboard

Find who has Take Out, Curbside, and /or Delivery and support our local businesses as they follow the restrictions set forth in Gov. Bill Lee’s Executive Order No. 17

Restaurants are encouraged to add their services. If you do not see all the available restaurants on the map, please check back as they are being added. We have opened it for submissions on 3/27/20.

Restaurants wishing to be included on the map can do so by filling out our survey.


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