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Town of Farragut's Ongoing Response to COVID-19

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September 2, 2020 10:54 AM

The Knox County Board of Health voted to follow the Tennessee Pledge plan as of July 1.

Farragut Town Hall is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, and the Farragut Community Center is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday, and 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Monday and Thursday. The Knox County Board of Health has issued a mandatory face covering order for all indoor facilities throughout Knox County. Anyone entering a Town of Farragut building who is 12 years old or older must wear a face covering to comply with the order.

In alignment with Gov. Bill Lee's Executive Order No. 60, Town of Farragut public meetings will continue to be held virtually through September 30. For information on viewing meetings and submitting comments, please visit townoffarragut.org/virtualmeetings. Additional information specific to each meeting and deadlines for submitting comments can be found on meeting agendas, which are available the Friday afternoon before each meeting at townoffarragut.org/agendas.

For complete details on how Farragut parks, athletic fields and the community center will operate under Tennessee Pledge, please see the Parks & Rec reopening plan at townoffarragut.org/parksreopeningplan. The McFee Park Splash Pad remains closed. See farragutparksandrec.org for updated information about programs and classes at the community center, as well as rental opportunities.

Farragut Municipal court is operating under guidelines outlined at tncourts.gov/node/6042449.

For more information, contact PR & Marketing Coordinator Wendy Smith at 218-3371 or wsmith@townoffarragut.org or Parks & Recreation Director Sue Stuhl at 218-3374 or sstuhl@townoffarragut.org.

Prior Updates

August 18, 2020 3:41 PM

The Knox County Board of Health voted to follow the Tennessee Pledge plan as of July 1.

Farragut Town Hall is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, and the Farragut Community Center is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday, and 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Monday and Thursday. The Knox County Board of Health has issued a mandatory face covering order for all indoor facilities throughout Knox County. Anyone entering a Town of Farragut building who is 12 years old or older must wear a face covering to comply with the order.

In alignment with Gov. Bill Lee's Executive Order No. 51, Town of Farragut public meetings will continue to be held virtually through Aug. 29. For information on viewing meetings and submitting comments, please visit townoffarragut.org/virtualmeetings. Additional information specific to each meeting and deadlines for submitting comments can be found on meeting agendas, which are available the Friday afternoon before each meeting at townoffarragut.org/agendas.

For complete details on how Farragut parks, athletic fields and the community center will operate under Tennessee Pledge, please see the Parks & Rec reopening plan at townoffarragut.org/parksreopeningplan. The McFee Park Splash Pad remains closed. See farragutparksandrec.org for updated information about programs and classes at the community center, as well as rental opportunities.

Farragut Municipal court is operating under guidelines outlined at tncourts.gov/node/6042449.

For more information, contact PR & Marketing Coordinator Wendy Smith at 218-3371 or wsmith@townoffarragut.org or Parks & Recreation Director Sue Stuhl at 218-3374 or sstuhl@townoffarragut.org.

July 2, 2020 3:28 PM

The Knox County Board of Health voted to follow the Tennessee Pledge plan as of July 1.

Farragut Town Hall is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, and the Farragut Community Center is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday, and 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Monday and Thursday. The Knox County Clerk and Trustee office located at Town Hall is also open. The Knox County Board of Health has issued a mandatory face covering order for all indoor facilities throughout Knox County. Anyone entering a Town of Farragut building who is 12 years old or older must wear a face covering to comply with the order.

In alignment with Gov. Bill Lee's Executive Order No. 51, Town of Farragut public meetings will continue to be held virtually through Aug. 29. For information on viewing meetings and submitting comments, please visit townoffarragut.org/virtualmeetings. Additional information specific to each meeting and deadlines for submitting comments can be found on meeting agendas, which are available the Friday afternoon before each meeting at townoffarragut.org/agendas.

In response to the negative impact of COVID-19 on the business community, the Town has issued a Temporary Sign Order that allows Farragut businesses to have temporary signs. The temporary policy has been extended through July 6.

For complete details on how Farragut parks, athletic fields and the community center will operate under Tennessee Pledge, please see the Parks & Rec reopening plan at https://www.townoffarragut.org/DocumentCenter/View/5394/Phase-3---Alignment-with-Tennessee-Pledge---Public-Plan. Farragut park playgrounds and the McFee Park Splash Pad remain closed, but athletic fields have reopened for use by clubs. See farragutparksandrec.org for updated information about programs and classes at the community center, as well as rental opportunities.

Farragut Municipal court is operating under guidelines outlined at tncourts.gov/node/6042449.

For more information, contact PR & Marketing Coordinator Wendy Smith at 218-3371 or wsmith@townoffarragut.org or Parks & Recreation Director Sue Stuhl at 218-3374 or sstuhl@townoffarragut.org.

June 19, 2020 10:31 AM

The Knox County Board of Health voted to follow the Tennessee Pledge plan as of July 1. More information will be posted in late June.

Farragut Town Hall is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, and the Farragut Community Center is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday, and 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Monday and Thursday. The Knox County Clerk and Trustee office located at Town Hall is also open.

Town of Farragut public meetings will continue to be held virtually during Phase 2. For information on viewing meetings and submitting comments, please visit townoffarragut.org/virtualmeetings. Additional information specific to each meeting and deadlines for submitting comments can be found on meeting agendas, which are available the Friday afternoon before each meeting at townoffarragut.org/agendas.

Farragut park playgrounds and the McFee Park Splash Pad will remain closed during Phase 2, but athletic fields are reopening for use by clubs. For complete details on the reopening of the Town’s parks, community center and athletic fields, please visit townoffarragut.org/DocumentCenter/View/5372/Phase-2-Reopening---Public-Regulations-Final. Community center classes and programming will be expanded as staffing allows. See farragutparksandrec.org for updated information.

The Fourth of July Parade has been canceled, but community participation in a new event, Festive Fourth at Home, is encouraged. The Bob Watt Youth Fishing Rodeo has been rescheduled for Saturday, July 25. Fun with the Fleet has been cancelled.

Farragut Municipal court is operating under guidelines outlined at tncourts.gov/node/6042449.

For more information, contact PR & Marketing Coordinator Wendy Smith at 218-3371 or wsmith@townoffarragut.org or Parks & Recreation Director Sue Stuhl at 218-3374 or sstuhl@townoffarragut.org.

May 26, 2020 12:45 PM

In accordance with Knox County’s Phase 2 Reopening, Farragut Town Hall and Community Center will be open to the public from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. beginning Monday, June 1. Town Hall is open by appointment beginning Tuesday, May 26; call 865-966-7057 to make an appointment. The Knox County Clerk and Trustee office located at Town Hall is closed during Phase 2. For information about other locations, call 215-2385. Knox County Health Department will re-evaluate the county’s status for the next phase of reopening by June 12.

Town of Farragut public meetings will continue to be held virtually during Phase 2. For information on viewing meetings and submitting comments, please visit townoffarragut.org/virtualmeetings. Additional information specific to each meeting and deadlines for submitting comments can be found on meeting agendas, which are available the Friday afternoon before each meeting at townoffarragut.org/agendas.

Farragut park playgrounds and the McFee Park Splash Pad will remain closed during Phase 2, but athletic fields are reopening for use by clubs. For complete details on the reopening of the Town’s parks, community center and athletic fields, please see Phase 2 Reopening Plan at townoffarragut.org/farragutphase2. Community center classes and programming will be expanded as staffing allows. See farragutparksandrec.org for updated information.

The Fourth of July Parade has been canceled, but community participation in a new event, Festive Fourth at Home, is encouraged. The Bob Watt Youth Fishing Rodeo has been rescheduled for Saturday, July 25. Fun with the Fleet has been cancelled.

Farragut Municipal court is operating under guidelines outlined at tncourts.gov/node/6042449.

For more information, contact PR & Marketing Coordinator Wendy Smith at 218-3371 or wsmith@townoffarragut.org or Parks & Recreation Director Sue Stuhl at 218-3374 or sstuhl@townoffarragut.org.

May 6, 2020 11:02 AM

In an effort to reduce community exposure to the COVID-19 virus, Farragut Town Hall and Community Center are closed to the public until further notice. The Knox County Clerk and Trustee office located at Town Hall is also closed; for more information about other locations, call 215-2385. Town of Farragut staff continue to report to work and provide services to the community. The Town’s permitting process continues online.

In response to Governor Bill Lee's executive order regarding virtual public meetings during the COVID-19 pandemic, Town of Farragut public meetings will be held virtually until further notice. For information on viewing meetings and submitting comments, please visit townoffarragut.org/virtualmeetings. Additional information specific to each meeting and deadlines for submitting comments can be found on meeting agendas, which are available the Friday afternoon before each meeting at townoffarragut.org/agendas.

In compliance with Knox County's phased reopening, Farragut parks are open for passive use only. All park playgrounds, athletic fields, courts and the McFee Park splash pad are closed through at least May 29. Beginning May 1, one restroom at each park will be open from 8:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. The lower restroom at McFee Park (near the rectangle field) and the lower restroom at Mayor Bob Leonard Park (near the sand volleyball courts) will be open. Picnic pavilions are open to small groups (10 or fewer) on a drop-in or rental basis. Please practice social distancing in pavilions and on greenways and trails. Those who have rented pavilions, athletic fields and community center facilities can cancel reservations and receive a full refund through May 29. The Bob Watt Youth Fishing Rodeo previously scheduled for May 9 has been postponed.

In response to the negative impact of COVID-19 on the business community, the Town has issued a Temporary Sign Order that allows Farragut businesses to have temporary signs. Read the provisions at townoffarragut.org/temporarysignorder. The temporary policy ends on June 1. For a list of Farragut restaurants, retail businesses and fitness facilities that are open, please see visitfarragut.org/farragutresourcesduringcovid19.

The Tennessee Supreme Court has approved the 6th Judicial District's reopening plan allowing the Farragut Municipal Court to have in-person hearings. Approved plans can be viewed at tncourts.gov/node/6042449. Anyone appearing for court who is exhibiting symptoms consistent with those known to be associated with the COVID-19 virus may be prevented from entering the courtroom or may be asked to leave the courtroom. Anyone cited to court, appearing as a witness, or desiring to attend any sessions of the Farragut Municipal Court in person for any reason that has tested positive for the COVID-19 virus should contact the Court Clerk at 218-3363 or at jhatmaker@townoffarragut.org and make that fact known before appearing in court.

Updated information about Town Hall and community center activities is also available at farragutparksandrec.org.

To learn more about the local situation regarding COVID-19 and how to protect yourself, please see the following websites:

Centers for Disease Control: cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-nCoV/index.html
Tennessee Department of Health: tn.gov/health/cedep/ncov.html
Knox County Health Department: knoxcounty.org/health/coronavirus/

For more information, contact PR & Marketing Coordinator Wendy Smith at 218-3371 or wsmith@townoffarragut.org or Parks & Recreation Director Sue Stuhl at 218-3374 or sstuhl@townoffarragut.org.

April 30, 2020 3:55 PM

In an effort to reduce community exposure to the COVID-19 virus, Farragut Town Hall and Community Center are closed to the public until further notice. The Knox County Clerk and Trustee office located at Town Hall is also closed; for more information about other locations, call 215-2385. Town of Farragut staff continue to report to work and provide services to the community. The Town’s permitting process continues online.

In response to Governor Bill Lee's executive order regarding virtual public meetings during the COVID-19 pandemic, Town of Farragut public meetings will be held virtually until further notice. For information on viewing meetings and submitting comments, please visit townoffarragut.org/virtualmeetings. Additional information specific to each meeting and deadlines for submitting comments can be found on meeting agendas, which are available the Friday afternoon before each meeting at townoffarragut.org/agendas.

In compliance with Knox County's phased reopening, Farragut parks are open for passive use only. All park playgrounds, athletic fields, courts and the McFee Park splash pad are closed through at least May 29. Beginning May 1, one restroom at each park will be open from 8:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. The lower restroom at McFee Park (near the rectangle field) and the lower restroom at Mayor Bob Leonard Park (near the sand volleyball courts) will be open. Picnic pavilions are open to small groups (10 or fewer) on a drop-in or rental basis. Please practice social distancing in pavilions and on greenways and trails. Those who have rented pavilions, athletic fields and community center facilities can cancel reservations and receive a full refund through May 29. The Bob Watt Youth Fishing Rodeo previously scheduled for May 9 has been postponed.

In response to the negative impact of COVID-19 on the business community, the Town has issued a Temporary Sign Order that allows Farragut businesses to have temporary signs. Read the provisions at townoffarragut.org/temporarysignorder. The temporary policy ends on June 1. For a list of Farragut restaurants, retail businesses and fitness facilities that are open, please see visitfarragut.org/farragutresourcesduringcovid19.

The Tennessee Supreme Court has extended the suspension of all in-person court proceedings, pending the approval of a comprehensive plan submitted by the 6th Judicial District to loosen the restrictions for in-person proceedings. When Farragut Municipal Court resumes, anyone exhibiting symptoms consistent with those known to be associated with the COVID-19 virus may be prevented from entering the courtroom or may be asked to leave the courtroom. Anyone cited to court, appearing as a witness, or desiring to attend any sessions of the Town of Farragut Municipal Court in person for any reason that has tested positive for the COVID-19 virus should contact the Court Clerk at 218-3363 or at jhatmaker@townoffarragut.org and make that fact known before appearing in court.

Updated information about Town Hall and community center activities is also available at farragutparksandrec.org.

To learn more about the local situation regarding COVID-19 and how to protect yourself, please see the following websites:

Centers for Disease Control: cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-nCoV/index.html
Tennessee Department of Health: tn.gov/health/cedep/ncov.html
Knox County Health Department: knoxcounty.org/health/coronavirus/

For more information, contact PR & Marketing Coordinator Wendy Smith at 218-3371 or wsmith@townoffarragut.org or Parks & Recreation Director Sue Stuhl at 218-3374 or sstuhl@townoffarragut.org.

April 17, 2020 8:20 AM

In an effort to reduce community exposure to the COVID-19 virus, Farragut Town Hall and Community Center are closed to the public until further notice. The Knox County Clerk and Trustee office located at Town Hall is also closed. Town of Farragut staff continue to report to work and provide services to the community. The Town’s permitting process continues online.

In response to Governor Bill Lee's executive order regarding virtual public meetings during the COVID-19 pandemic, Town of Farragut public meetings will be held virtually until further notice. For information on viewing meetings and submitting comments, please visit townoffarragut.org/virtualmeetings. Additional information specific to each meeting and deadlines for submitting comments can be found on meeting agendas, which are available the Friday afternoon before each meeting at townoffarragut.org/agendas.

The McFee Park splash pad will remain closed until the Knox County Health Department approves reopening. Farragut parks are open for passive use only. All park playgrounds, restrooms and athletic fields are closed. Please practice social distancing on greenways and trails. Those who have rented pavilions, athletic fields and community center facilities can cancel reservations and receive a full refund through April 30. The Bob Watt Youth Fishing Rodeo previously scheduled for May 9 has been postponed.

In response to the negative impact of COVID-19 on the business community, the Town has issued a Temporary Sign Order that allows Farragut businesses to have temporary signs. Read the provisions at townoffarragut.org/temporarysignorder. The temporary policy ends on June 1. For a list of Farragut businesses that are currently open, please see VisitFarragut.org.

The Tennessee Supreme Court has suspended all in-person court proceedings through April 30. When Farragut Municipal Court resumes on May 11, anyone exhibiting symptoms consistent with those known to be associated with the COVID-19 virus may be prevented from entering the courtroom or may be asked to leave the courtroom. Anyone cited to court, appearing as a witness, or desiring to attend any sessions of the Town of Farragut Municipal Court in person for any reason that has tested positive for the COVID-19 virus should contact the Court Clerk at 218-3363 or at jhatmaker@townoffarragut.org and make that fact known before appearing in court.

Updated information about Town Hall and community center activities is also available at farragutparksandrec.org.

To learn more about the local situation regarding COVID-19 and how to protect yourself, please see the following websites:

Centers for Disease Control: cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-nCoV/index.html
Tennessee Department of Health: tn.gov/health/cedep/ncov.html
Knox County Health Department: knoxcounty.org/health/coronavirus/

For more information, contact PR & Marketing Coordinator Wendy Smith at 218-3371 or wsmith@townoffarragut.org or Parks & Recreation Director Sue Stuhl at 218-3374 or sstuhl@townoffarragut.org.

April 14, 2020 9:46 AM

In an effort to reduce community exposure to the COVID-19 virus, Farragut Town Hall and Community Center are closed to the public until further notice. The Knox County Clerk and Trustee office located at Town Hall is also closed. Town of Farragut staff continue to report to work and provide services to the community. The Town’s permitting process continues online.

In response to Governor Bill Lee's executive order regarding virtual public meetings during the COVID-19 pandemic, Town of Farragut public meetings will be held virtually until further notice. For information on viewing meetings and submitting comments, please visit townoffarragut.org/virtualmeetings. Additional information specific to each meeting and deadlines for submitting comments can be found on meeting agendas, which are available the Friday afternoon before each meeting at townoffarragut.org/agendas.

Farragut parks are open for passive use only. All park playgrounds, restrooms and athletic fields are closed. Please practice social distancing on greenways and trails. Those who have rented pavilions, athletic fields and community center facilities can cancel reservations and receive a full refund through April 30. The Bob Watt Youth Fishing Rodeo previously scheduled for May 9 has been postponed.

In response to the negative impact of COVID-19 on the business community, the Town has issued a Temporary Sign Order that allows Farragut businesses to have temporary signs. Read the provisions by visiting townoffarragut.org/temporarysignorder. The temporary policy ends on April 27. For a list of Farragut businesses that are currently open, please see VisitFarragut.org.

The Tennessee Supreme Court has suspended all in-person court proceedings through April 30. When Farragut Municipal Court resumes on May 11, anyone exhibiting symptoms consistent with those known to be associated with the COVID-19 virus may be prevented from entering the courtroom or may be asked to leave the courtroom. Anyone cited to court, appearing as a witness, or desiring to attend any sessions of the Town of Farragut Municipal Court in person for any reason that has tested positive for the COVID-19 virus should contact the Court Clerk at 218-3363 or at jhatmaker@townoffarragut.org and make that fact known before appearing in court.

Updated information about Town Hall and community center activities is also available at farragutparksandrec.org.

To learn more about the local situation regarding COVID-19 and how to protect yourself, please see the following websites:

Centers for Disease Control: cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-nCoV/index.html
Tennessee Department of Health: tn.gov/health/cedep/ncov.html
Knox County Health Department: knoxcounty.org/health/coronavirus/

For more information, contact PR & Marketing Coordinator Wendy Smith at 218-3371 or wsmith@townoffarragut.org or Parks & Recreation Director Sue Stuhl at 218-3374 or sstuhl@townoffarragut.org.

April 4, 2020 8:00 PM

In an effort to reduce community exposure to the COVID-19 virus, Farragut Town Hall and Community Center are closed to the public until further notice. The Knox County Clerk and Trustee office located at Town Hall is also closed. Town of Farragut staff continue to report to work and provide services to the community. The Town’s permitting process continues online.

In response to Governor Bill Lee's executive order regarding virtual public meetings during the COVID-19 pandemic, Town of Farragut public meetings will be held virtually until further notice. For information on viewing meetings and submitting comments, please visit townoffarragut.org/virtualmeetings. Additional information specific to each meeting and deadlines for submitting comments can be found on meeting agendas, which are available the Friday afternoon before each meeting at townoffarragut.org/agendas.

Farragut parks are open for passive use only. All park playgrounds, restrooms and athletic fields are closed. Please practice social distancing on greenways and trails. Those who have rented pavilions, athletic fields and community center facilities can cancel reservations and receive a full refund through April 15. Two Farragut events, the Health and Wellness Fair and Farragut Book Fest for Children, have been postponed.

In response to the negative impact of COVID-19 on the business community, the Town has issued a Temporary Sign Order that allows Farragut businesses to have temporary signs. Read the provisions at townoffarragut.org/temporarysignorder. The temporary policy ends on April 27. For a list of Farragut businesses that are currently open, please visit www.visitfarragut.org.

The Tennessee Supreme Court has suspended all in-person court proceedings through April 30. When Farragut Municipal Court resumes on May 11, anyone exhibiting symptoms consistent with those known to be associated with the COVID-19 virus may be prevented from entering the courtroom or may be asked to leave the courtroom. Anyone cited to court, appearing as a witness, or desiring to attend any sessions of the Town of Farragut Municipal Court in person for any reason that has tested positive for the COVID-19 virus should contact the Court Clerk at 865-218-3363 or at jhatmaker@townoffarragut.org and make that fact known before appearing in court.

Updated information about Town Hall and community center activities is also available at farragutparksandrec.org.

To learn more about the local situation regarding COVID-19 and how to protect yourself, please see the following websites:

Centers for Disease Control: cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-nCoV/index.html
Tennessee Department of Health: tn.gov/health/cedep/ncov.html
Knox County Health Department: knoxcounty.org/health/coronavirus/

For more information, contact PR & Marketing Coordinator Wendy Smith at 218-3371 or wsmith@townoffarragut.org or Parks & Recreation Director Sue Stuhl at 218-3374 or sstuhl@townoffarragut.org.

March 27, 2020 3:44 PM

In an effort to reduce community exposure to the COVID-19 virus, Farragut Town Hall and Community Center are closed to the public until further notice. The Knox County Clerk and Trustee office located at Town Hall is also closed. Town of Farragut staff continue to report to work and provide services to the community. The Town’s permitting process continues online.

Farragut parks are open for passive use only. All park playgrounds, restrooms and athletic fields are closed. Please practice social distancing on greenways and trails.

In response to the negative impact of COVID-19 on the business community, the Town has issued a Temporary Sign Order that allows Farragut businesses to have temporary signs. Read the provisions here: https://www.townoffarragut.org/DocumentCenter/View/5328/Temporary-Sign-Order-3-27-20. The temporary policy ends on April 27. For a list of Farragut businesses that are currently open, please visit farragutbusiness.com/covid.html.

The Tennessee Supreme Court has suspended all in-person court proceedings through April 30. When Farragut Municipal Court resumes on May 11, anyone exhibiting symptoms consistent with those known to be associated with the COVID-19 virus may be prevented from entering the courtroom or may be asked to leave the courtroom. Anyone cited to court, appearing as a witness, or desiring to attend any sessions of the Town of Farragut Municipal Court in person for any reason that has tested positive for the COVID-19 virus should contact the Court Clerk at 865-218-3363 or at jhatmaker@townoffarragut.org and make that fact known before appearing in court.

All volunteer committee meetings through April 7 have been cancelled. The Farragut Museum is closed until further notice. Those who have rented pavilions, athletic fields and community center facilities can cancel reservations and receive a full refund through April 15. Two Farragut events, the Health and Wellness Fair and Farragut Book Fest for Children, have been postponed.

Updated information about Town Hall and community center activities is also available at farragutparksandrec.org.

To learn more about the local situation regarding COVID-19 and how to protect yourself, please see the following websites:

Centers for Disease Control: cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-nCoV/index.html
Tennessee Department of Health: tn.gov/health/cedep/ncov.html
Knox County Health Department: knoxcounty.org/health/coronavirus/

For more information, contact PR & Marketing Coordinator Wendy Smith at 218-3371 or wsmith@townoffarragut.org or Parks & Recreation Director Sue Stuhl at 218-3374 or sstuhl@townoffarragut.org.

March 23, 2020 3:34 PM

In an effort to reduce community exposure to the COVID-19 virus, Farragut Town Hall and Community Center will close to the public at 5 p.m. on Monday, March 23, until further notice. Staff will continue to report to work and provide services to the community. The Knox County Clerk and Trustee office located at Town Hall is also closed. The Town’s permitting process will continue online.

As of Tuesday, March 24, Farragut parks are open for passive use only. All park playgrounds, restrooms and athletic fields are closed. Please practice social distancing on greenways and trails.

The Farragut Board of Mayor and Aldermen meeting scheduled for Thursday, March 26, and all volunteer committee meetings through April 7, have been cancelled.

Two Farragut events, the Health and Wellness Fair and Farragut Book Fest for Children, have been postponed, and the Farragut Museum is closed through March. Those who have rented pavilions, athletic fields and community center facilities can cancel reservations and receive a full refund through April 15.

Updated information about Town Hall and community center activities is also available at farragutparksandrec.org.

To learn more about the local situation regarding COVID-19 and how to protect yourself, please see the following websites:

Centers for Disease Control: cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-nCoV/index.html
Tennessee Department of Health: tn.gov/health/cedep/ncov.html
Knox County Health Department: knoxcounty.org/health/coronavirus/

For more information, contact PR & Marketing Coordinator Wendy Smith at 218-3371 or wsmith@townoffarragut.org or Parks & Recreation Director Sue Stuhl at 218-3374 or sstuhl@townoffarragut.org.

March 20, 2020 3:42 PM

In an effort to reduce community exposure to the COVID-19 virus, Farragut Town Hall and Community Center will close to the public at 5 p.m. on Monday, March 23, until further notice. Staff will continue to report to work and provide services to the community. The Knox County Clerk and Trustee office located at Town Hall is scheduled to close on Monday, March 23.

The Town’s permitting process will continue online.

The Farragut Board of Mayor and Aldermen meeting scheduled for Thursday, March 26, and all volunteer committee meetings through Friday, April 3, have been cancelled.

Farragut athletic field rentals have been suspended through Friday, April 3. Farragut parks and park restrooms are currently open.

Two Farragut events, the Health and Wellness Fair and Farragut Book Fest for Children, have been postponed, and the Farragut Museum is closed through March. Those who have rented pavilions, athletic fields and community center facilities can cancel reservations and receive a full refund through April 15.

Updated information about Town Hall and community center activities is also available at farragutparksandrec.org.

To learn more about the local situation regarding COVID-19 and how to protect yourself, please see the following websites:

Centers for Disease Control: cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-nCoV/index.html
Tennessee Department of Health: tn.gov/health/cedep/ncov.html
Knox County Health Department: knoxcounty.org/health/coronavirus/

For more information, contact PR & Marketing Coordinator Wendy Smith at 218-3371 or wsmith@townoffarragut.org or Parks & Recreation Director Sue Stuhl at 218-3374 or sstuhl@townoffarragut.org.

March 20, 2020 8:35 AM

In an effort to reduce community exposure to the COVID-19 virus, the Farragut Board of Mayor and Aldermen meeting scheduled for Thursday, March 26, and all volunteer committee meetings through Friday, April 3, have been cancelled.

Farragut Community Center programs, classes and events have been suspended through Friday, April 3, as have Farragut athletic field rentals. Farragut parks and park restrooms are currently open.

Two Farragut events, the Health and Wellness Fair and Farragut Book Fest for Children, have been postponed, and the Farragut Museum is closed through March. Those who have rented pavilions, athletic fields and community center facilities can cancel reservations and receive a full refund through April 15.

Farragut Town Hall and Farragut Parks & Recreation offices at the community center remain open. Updated information about Town Hall and community center activities is also available at farragutparksandrec.org.

To learn more about the local situation regarding COVID-19 and how to protect yourself, please see the following websites:

Centers for Disease Control: cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-nCoV/index.html
Tennessee Department of Health: tn.gov/health/cedep/ncov.html
Knox County Health Department: knoxcounty.org/health/coronavirus/

For more information, contact PR & Marketing Coordinator Wendy Smith at 218-3371 or wsmith@townoffarragut.org or Parks & Recreation Director Sue Stuhl at 218-3374 or sstuhl@townoffarragut.org.

March 17, 2020 11:55 AM

In an effort to reduce community exposure to the COVID-19 virus, the Farragut Board of Mayor and Aldermen meeting scheduled for Thursday, March 26, and all volunteer committee meetings through Friday, April 3, have been cancelled.

An abbreviated Municipal Planning Commission meeting is still scheduled for Thursday, March 19. Agenda items 3 (resubdivision plat for the Rebecca Goin property) and 4 (site plan amendment for Phase II of the PCD development) will be included in the meeting, as well as citizens forum. In an effort to follow President Trump’s recommendation to limit group gatherings to fewer than 10, the Town recommends watching the meeting at 7 p.m. on TDS (channel 3) or Charter (channel 193). Questions and comments for the planning commission can be emailed to communitydevelopment@townoffarragut.org. Emails received by noon on March 19 will be addressed at the meeting and included in the public record. The planning commission agenda may be viewed at townoffarragut.org/agendacenter.

Farragut Community Center programs, classes and events have been suspended through Friday, April 3, as have Farragut athletic field rentals. Farragut parks and park restrooms are currently open.

Two Farragut events, the Health and Wellness Fair and Farragut Book Fest for Children, have been postponed, and the Farragut Museum is closed through March. Those who have rented pavilions, athletic fields and community center facilities can cancel reservations and receive a full refund through April 15.

Farragut Town Hall and Farragut Parks & Recreation offices at the community center remain open. Updated information about Town Hall and community center activities is also available at farragutparksandrec.org.

To learn more about the local situation regarding COVID-19 and how to protect yourself, please see the following websites:

Centers for Disease Control: cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-nCoV/index.html
Tennessee Department of Health: tn.gov/health/cedep/ncov.html
Knox County Health Department: knoxcounty.org/health/coronavirus/

For more information, contact PR & Marketing Coordinator Wendy Smith at 218-3371 or wsmith@townoffarragut.org or Parks & Recreation Director Sue Stuhl at 218-3374 or sstuhl@townoffarragut.org.

March 17, 2020 8:01 AM

In an effort to reduce community exposure to the COVID-19 virus, Farragut Community Center programs, classes and events have been suspended from Tuesday, March 17, through Friday, April 3.

Farragut Parks & Recreation offices at the community center will remain open for now. Staff will be available to answer phone calls, provide community center memberships and book future rentals. Farragut parks and park restrooms are also currently open.

Farragut athletic field rentals have also been suspended through April 3 based on the recommendation of President Trump’s Coronavirus Task Force.

Two Farragut events, the Health and Wellness Fair and Farragut Book Fest for Children, have been postponed, and the Farragut Museum is also closed through March. Those who have rented pavilions, athletic fields and community center facilities can cancel reservations and receive a full refund through April 15.

Updated information is also available at farragutparksandrec.org, as well as on the Town's Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.