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September 7th, 2021                                                  

In light of the surge in COVID-19 cases, effective September 7th, 2021 employees and visitors will be required to wear mask (unless existing health conditions prevent) while inside county facilities.

Employees who work in an outside environment, where social distancing can be maintained, will not be required to wear masks.



Various Montgomery County Vaccination Sites can be found at https://www.vaccines.gov/

Vaccinations are currently available to anyone 12-years-of-age and older. Montgomery County Testing Sites can be found at https://covid19.tn.gov/testing-sites/

Please note that the Montgomery County Health Department offers tests only to individuals who do not have health insurance. Call 931-648-5747 for an appointment.

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Montgomery County Government Coronavirus Press Releases and Information.

Emergency Order #27

PREAMBLE

I issue this order pursuant to TCA §58-8-104 and 58-2-110 to take prudent action I believe necessary to ensure the health, safety, and welfare of the community, and by the Governor’s Executive Order #67, extended by his Order #77, I declare a state of emergency for Montgomery County, Tennessee and further so ORDER.

EMERGENCY ORDER # 27

  1. A Declaration of a State of Emergency for Montgomery County, Tennessee is made and may be extended as allowed by law and my Declaration of a State of Emergency is extended as set out herein and as allowed by the Governor’s Executive Order #54, as extended by the Governor’s Executive Order #77.
  2. IT IS ORDERED that my Emergency ORDER #26 generally setting out requirements for the wearing of masks in Montgomery County, is extended until March 27, 2021.

This local order constitutes an order promulgated pursuant to Tennessee Code Annotated, Title 58, Chapter 2, Part 1, and the Governor’s Executive Order #54, as extended by the Governor’s Executive Order #77.

This ORDER shall become effective at 12:01 a.m. on the 28th day of February 2021 and will expire on March 27, 2021 at 11:59 p.m. unless sooner cancelled or unless extended.

It is so ORDERED, Mayor Jim Durrett, Montgomery County, Tennessee, this the 26th day of February 2021.

See official order here.

Emergency Order #26

PREAMBLE

I issue this order pursuant to TCA §58-8-104 and 58-2-110 to take prudent action I believe necessary to ensure the health, safety, and welfare of the community, and by the Governor’s Executive Order #67, extended by his Order #73, I declare a state of emergency for Montgomery County, Tennessee and further so ORDER.

EMERGENCY ORDER # 26

  1. A Declaration of a State of Emergency for Montgomery County, Tennessee is made and may be extended as allowed by law and my Declaration of a State of Emergency is extended as set out herein and as allowed by the Governor’s Executive Order #54, as extended by the Governor’s Executive Order #73.
  2. IT IS ORDERED that my Emergency ORDER #25 generally setting out requirements for the wearing of masks in Montgomery County, is extended until February 27, 2021.

This local order constitutes an order promulgated pursuant to Tennessee Code Annotated, Title 58, Chapter 2, Part 1, and the Governor’s Executive Order #54, as extended by the Governor’s Executive Order #73.

This ORDER shall become effective at 12:01 a.m. on the 30th day of January 2021 and will expire on February 27, 2021 at 11:59 p.m. unless sooner cancelled or unless extended.

It is so ORDERED, Mayor Jim Durrett, Montgomery County, Tennessee, this the 27th day of January 2021.

See official order here.

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Emergency Order #25

PREAMBLE

I issue this order pursuant to TCA §58-8-104 and 58-2-110 to take prudent action I believe necessary to ensure the health, safety, and welfare of the community, and by the Governor’s Executive Order #67, extended by his Order #73, I declare a state of emergency for Montgomery County, Tennessee and further so ORDER.

EMERGENCY ORDER # 25

  1. A Declaration of a State of Emergency for Montgomery County, Tennessee is made and may be extended as allowed by law and my Declaration of a State of Emergency is extended as set out herein and as allowed by the Governor’s Executive Order #54, as extended by the Governor’s Executive Order #73.
  2. IT IS ORDERED that my Emergency ORDER #21, #22, #23, and #24 generally setting out requirements for the wearing of masks in Montgomery County, are extended until January 29, 2021.

This local order constitutes an order promulgated pursuant to Tennessee Code Annotated, Title 58, Chapter 2, Part 1, and the Governor’s Executive Order #54, as extended by the Governor’s Executive Order #73.

This ORDER shall become effective at 12:01 a.m. on the 30th day of December and will expire on January 29, 2021 at 11:59 p.m. unless sooner cancelled or unless extended.

It is so ORDERED, Mayor Jim Durrett, Montgomery County, Tennessee, this the 28th day of December 2020.

See official order here.

Emergency Order #24

PREAMBLE

I issue this order pursuant to TCA §58-8-104 and 58-2-110 to take prudent action I believe necessary to ensure the health, safety, and welfare of the community, and by the Governor’s Executive Order #63, extended by his Order #67, I declare a state of emergency for Montgomery County, Tennessee and further so ORDER.

EMERGENCY ORDER # 24

  1. A Declaration of a State of Emergency for Montgomery County, Tennessee is made and may be extended as allowed by law and my Declaration of a State of Emergency is extended as set out herein and as allowed by the Governor’s Executive Order #54, as extended by the Governor’s Executive Order # 67.
  2. IT IS ORDERED that my Emergency ORDER #21, #22 and #23, generally setting out requirements for the wearing of masks in Montgomery County, are extended until December 29, 2020.

This local order constitutes an order promulgated pursuant to Tennessee Code Annotated, Title 58, Chapter 2, Part 1, and the Governor’s Executive Order #63, as extended by the Governor’s Executive Order #67.

This ORDER shall become effective at 12:01 a.m. on the 11th day of December and will expire on December 29, 2020 at 11:59 p.m. unless sooner cancelled or unless extended.

It is so ORDERED, Mayor Jim Durrett, Montgomery County, Tennessee, this the 9th day of December 2020.

See official order here.

Emergency Order #23

PREAMBLE

I issue this order pursuant to TCA §58-8-104 and 58-2-110 to take prudent action I believe necessary to ensure the health, safety, and welfare of the community, and by the Governor’s Executive Order #63, extended by his Order #67, I declare a state of emergency for Montgomery County, Tennessee and further so ORDER.

EMERGENCY ORDER # 23

  1. A Declaration of a State of Emergency for Montgomery County, Tennessee is made and may be extended as allowed by law and my Declaration of a State of Emergency is extended as set out herein and as allowed by the Governor’s Executive Order #54, as extended by the Governor’s Executive Order # 67.
  2. IT IS ORDERED that my Emergency ORDER #21 and #22, generally setting out requirements for the wearing of masks in Montgomery County, are extended until December 11, 2020.

This local order constitutes an order promulgated pursuant to Tennessee Code Annotated, Title 58, Chapter 2, Part 1, and the Governor’s Executive Order #63, as extended by the Governor’s Executive Order #67.

This ORDER shall become effective at 12:01 a.m. on the 20th day of November and will expire on December 11, 2020 at 12:01 a.m. unless sooner cancelled or unless extended.

It is so ORDERED, Mayor Jim Durrett, Montgomery County, Tennessee, this the 18th day of November 2020.

See official order here.

Emergency Order #22

PREAMBLE

I issue this order pursuant to TCA §58-8-104 and 58-2-110 to take prudent action I believe necessary to ensure the health, safety, and welfare of the community, and by the Governor’s Executive Order #63, extended by his Order #67, I declare a state of emergency for Montgomery County, Tennessee and further so ORDER.

EMERGENCY ORDER # 22

  1. A Declaration of a State of Emergency for Montgomery County, Tennessee is made and may be extended as allowed by law and my Declaration of a State of Emergency is extended as set out herein and as allowed by the Governor’s Executive Order #54, as extended by the Governor’s Executive Order # 67.
  2. IT IS ORDERED that my Emergency ORDER #21, generally setting out requirements for the wearing of masks in Montgomery County, is extended until November 20, 2020.

This local order constitutes an order promulgated pursuant to Tennessee Code Annotated, Title 58, Chapter 2, Part 1, and the Governor’s Executive Order #63, as extended by the Governor’s Executive Order #67.

This ORDER shall become effective at 12:01 a.m. on the 31st day of October 2020 and will expire on November 20, 2020 at 12:01 a.m. unless sooner cancelled or unless extended.

It is so ORDERED, Mayor Jim Durrett, Montgomery County, Tennessee, this the 30th day of October 2020.

See official order here.

Emergency Order #21

PREAMBLE

I issue this order pursuant to TCA §58-8-104 and 58-2-110 to take prudent action I believe necessary to ensure the health, safety, and welfare of the community, and by the Governor’s Executive Order #54, I declare a state of emergency for Montgomery County, Tennessee and further so ORDER.

EMERGENCY ORDER # 21

  1. A Declaration of a State of Emergency for Montgomery County, Tennessee is made and may be extended as allowed by law and my Declaration of a State of Emergency is extended as set out herein and as allowed by the Governor’s Executive Order #54.
  2. IT IS ORDERED that cloth or other face coverings that cover the nose and mouth of a person to impede the spread of the virus during speaking, coughing, sneezing or other action, shall be required in Montgomery County, Tennessee, within all publicly-accessible areas of commercial business establishments; persons present in the public areas of all Montgomery County and City of Clarksville government facilities, including Clarksville-Montgomery County School System; in public outdoor areas where social distancing of at least six feet cannot be maintained; and within the publicly-accessible areas of business offices where there is direct interaction with the public and social distancing of at least six feet cannot be maintained. A "commercial business establishment" means any establishment that sells goods or services, or a combination thereof, including but not limited to grocery stores, restaurants, lobbies and public spaces in hotels and other places of lodging, pharmacies, banks, bars, salons, retail stores, medical and dental offices, and entertainment and sports venues.
  3. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that businesses and facilities subject to this Order shall post signage at public entrances informing patrons of the requirement to wear a mask within the establishment and shall enforce the requirement within the establishment. 
    IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that this Order does not apply to:
  4. Any person who is of age 12 or under;
  5. Any person who cannot safely wear a face covering because he/she has trouble breathing due to an underlying health condition or another bona fide medical or health-related reason for not wearing a face covering;
  6. Anyone who is incapacitated or otherwise unable to remove a face covering without assistance;
  7. Persons in a private residence;
  8. Persons who are outdoors, unless the person cannot substantially maintain appropriate 6-foot social distancing from others outside of the person's household;
  9. Persons while eating or drinking;
  10. Persons in a place of worship or participating in any type of religious ceremony or activity attendant thereto (unless a face covering is required by the place of worship or other location where the religious ceremony is taking place), although persons in places of worship or otherwise participating in religious ceremonies or activities attendant thereto are strongly encouraged to wear face coverings to slow the spread of COVID-19;
  11. Persons within private motor vehicles, unless such vehicle is being used for public transportation or a vehicle for hire;
  12. Persons working under conditions where appropriate social distancing of at least six feet from others outside the person's household is substantially maintained;
  13. Persons in a voting site for the purpose of voting or administering an election; although such persons are strongly encouraged to wear face coverings to slow the spread of COVID-19 and are required to follow all other directions in regard to masks and distancing as those election sites so require;
  14. Persons who are engaging in strenuous exercise and/or physical activity, provided, however, that such persons shall maintain 6-foot social distancing when not wearing a face covering;
  15. Persons for whom wearing a face covering would pose a safety or security risk;
  16. This Order shall be effective upon issuance to protect and ensue the health, safety, and welfare of the Community.

This local order constitutes an order promulgated pursuant to Tennessee Code Annotated, Title 58, Chapter 2, Part 1, and the Governor’s Executive Order #54.

This ORDER shall become effective at 12:01 a.m. on the 28th day of October 2020 and will expire on October 31, 2020 at 12:01 a.m., unless sooner cancelled or unless extended.

It is so ORDERED, Mayor Jim Durrett, Montgomery County, Tennessee, this the 27th day of October 2020.

See official order here.

 

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Community Coronavirus Press Releases and Information

Montgomery County Testing Locations

Montgomery County Testing Locations

Please refer to the testing guidelines of the CDC if you believe you should be tested.

Vanderbilt Primary Care Clarksville
800 Weatherly Drive, Suite 201B
Clarksville, TN 37043
Phone: 615-875-4036
 

Montgomery County Health Department
350 Pageant Lane
Clarksville, TN 37040
Phone: 931-648-5747
 

Premier Medical Group – Walk In Clinic
490 Dunlop Lane
Clarksville, TN 37040
931-245-7000
 

Community Resource Updates Due to COVID-19

Community Resource Updates Due to COVID-19

Food Pantries

Urban Ministries:Drive through Food Pantry: Friday, March 20 from 3 p.m. – 7 p.m. at Madison Street United Methodist Church parking lot from 3ring photo ID and proof of residence.

Clarksville-Montgomery County School System The following schools will be serving food from 10 a.m. to noon March 20:

  • Elementary, 110 Bailey Street
  • Byrns Darden Elementary- 609 E Street
  • Glenellen Elementary- 825 Needmore Road
  • Moore Elementary- 1350 Madison Street
  • Ringgold Elementary- 240 Ringgold Road
  • Kenwood High School- 251 East Pine Mountain Road
  • Montgomery Central High School -3955 Highway 48
  • Northeast High School -3701 Trenton Road
  • Northwest High School - 800 Lafayette Road
  • West Creek High School - 1210 West Creek Coyote Trail

Manna Cafe Ministries:Until further notice, details are as follows:Food distribution will continue Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays 10 a.m. – 4p.m. Clients will be accepted into the lobby 10 at a time, to limit interaction.Hot meals will be served Tuesday and Wednesday mornings at the village community center and Thursday and Saturday mornings at Christ the Healer Church and the community center but will be distributed as to-go boxes only. Additionally, hot meals will be provided Wednesday and Thursday evenings at the village community center. The Village Community Center is located at 503 D. Street in Manna Village and Christ the Healer Church is located at 1295 Paradise Hill Road.Programs such as Change for Change and Operation Pomegranate are temporarily on hold.

Church food pantries:Grace Lutheran Church- come to back or side door call number and they will bring it to you First Church of Nazarene - (9:30 - 12:45) business as usual.

CAA Commodities:Please call and schedule a pick-up time 931-896-1800. Food boxes will be provided at the Lafayette Rd location.


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