Murfreesboro City Hall

Murfreesboro City Hall closed to the public effective Wednesday.

The temporary closure follows executive orders, including Executive Order 17 by Gov. Bill Lee and an emergency declaration on Saturday by Murfreesboro Mayor Shane McFarland. The city’s declaration became effective at 6 p.m. Saturday with specific measures effective at midnight Monday.

“City employees will continue to deliver critical services to our residents throughout this challenging time as we battle the coronavirus threat,” McFarland said. “More than ever, Murfreesboro citizens will continue to rely on us to deliver critical services and support while we navigate these unprecedented days together.”

City Manager Craig Tindall said city offices will remain open with limited staff. Critical services like water, public safety and so forth will operate. For solid waste pickup, residents are asked to not set out brush, limb, and grass clippings. Commercial landscapers must haul away all debris.

For online payments, visit murfreesborotn.gov/366/Online-Payments.

People with medical concerns should contact their primary healthcare provider or call the Rutherford County Health Department at 615-898-7880.

City coronavirus information is available at murfreesborotn.gov/1690/Coronavirus-Information.

City closing information is available at murfreesborotn.gov/CivicAlerts.aspx?AID=2831.

Current closings include:

City Schools: Closed through Friday, April 3.

Murfreesboro Electric: No walk-in traffic. For electronic pay, visit www.MurfreesboroElectric.com.

Murfreesboro Water: Lobby is closed. You may drive-through or visit murfreesborotn.gov/MWRD to pay. Or, call 615-848-3209, Option 1.

City Court: Proceedings closed through Tuesday, March 31.

Parks & Recreation: Indoor facilities closed through Friday, April 3.

Meetings: Any meetings that may happen will be streamed on CityTV, the City’s Facebook page, YouTube, Roku and Apple TV.  More information is at murfreesborotn.gov/107/Media-Center.

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