Executive Order 3
As we continue the fight against the spread of COVID-19, I am announcing that all City facilities, including all programming and events, will remain closed through Friday, April 24.
City services will continue to be provided as stated with the initial closures: Smyrna City government is in operation and conducting business on the citizen’s behalf, however, access to public buildings will remain unavailable through Friday, April 24. Public Safety and Public Works (curbside sanitation/recycling included) remain operational.
City of Smyrna public buildings remain closed, though staff will continue City operations. These facilities include City Hall (drive-through window available for water services and taxes and building will open for public meetings), Smyrna Public Library, Recycling Center, Community Center (and all programs), Brawner Hall, Wolfe Center, along with rental facilities – including Reed House, Taylor-Brawner House, and Aunt Fanny’s Cabin (adjacent to the Museum), and the Museum (already closed for repairs).
In addition, pursuant to Executive Order #2 drafted on March 24, city parks remain open, but gathering spaces and playgrounds/equipment within city parks are closed.
I have also issued an executive order today stating that all land use matters that require a public hearing, including but not limited to all zonings, annexations, variances, special land use and historic preservation issues, are stayed for the duration of the city’s declared emergency.
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