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August 10, 2020 7:00 AM

CITY COURT CLOSED - GOAT DAYS CANCELED

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Millington, Tenn. – August 10, 2020 –

As a preventive measure Millington City Courts is closed this week. Updates will be posted as they become available.

The 31st Annual International Goat Days 2020 scheduled for September 11 & 12, 2020 has been canceled. The Lions Club Pancake Breakfast typically held during Goat Days is also canceled. The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and the pending sale of USA Stadium to Upper Deck Sports, LLC. has caused city officials to cancel this year’s event. A location for future Goat Days has yet to be determined.

Other COVID-19 News
The City of Millington takes the health and safety of our citizens and our City employees very seriously. We want you to be aware of the CDC’s recommended practices regarding protection from the COVID-19 virus and appropriately protect yourself and your fellow citizens.
City government’s purpose is to serve the citizens of Millington. City Hall will continue to be open during normal business hours. While we encourage you to avoid coming to City Hall for bill payments. We will be available to serve our citizens as always.
We encourage citizens to use the City’s online payment options:
• to make payments for Millington City Services bills (water, sewer, sanitation and stormwater) Use the link below.
• to pay city and county tax bills use link below.
If that is not possible, consider mailing a check or money order (instead of cash) for City Services to 7930 Nelson Rd., Millington, TN 38053 for City Services bills. To avoid late fees on water bills, please call prior to due date to discuss further options: (901) 873-5701. You can also drop your Millington water bill payment in the night drop mailbox in the parking lot at City Hall. It is located directly behind the building. Please do not put traffic citation payments in this drop box.

Property tax payments may be mailed to Shelby County Trustee, PO Box 2751, Memphis, TN 38101-2751.

Baker Community Center and all recreational activities.
• Open by appointment only
• Spring/Summer recreational sports canceled
• Fall recreation sports to be determined
• Parks, playground equipment, pavilions and restrooms are open

Millington Public Library
Open to Public
• Limiting the number of persons inside at one time.
• Social distancing and face mask requirements in place
• Regular business hours

Millington Municipal Schools
• Schools are open on hybrid or virtual plan
• School Administrators available by phone at 901-873-5680

Millington City Courts
As a preventive measure Millington City Courts is closed this week. Updates will be posted as they become available.

Millington Traffic Court
• Court clerk’s office will be open 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM Monday – Friday and Thursday 10:00 AM – 7:00 PM.
• Accepting traffic fines, make payment arrangements or request a court date for a later date.

Millington Fire Department
• Restricting public access to fire stations
• Non-Emergency questions 901-873-5800

Millington Police Department
• Restricting public access to police headquarters
• Inmate visits suspended until further notice
• Non-Emergency questions 901-873-5600

Shelby County Clerk’s Office – Millington branch-vehicle tag renewal, marriage license, etc.
• Open for all renewals - Lobby is at limited occupancy
• On-line and mail renewals available

If you need to speak to someone regarding a particular need in Millington please contact one of the following numbers:

Baker Community Center recreational programs and activities
901-873-5770

Millington water bills, city taxes, Millington Public Works and Sanitation
901-873-5701

Millington Municipal Schools
901-873-5680

Millington Fire and Police Departments
901-873-5800 – Fire (non-emergency)
901-873-5600 – Police (non-emergency)

Millington City Courts – Traffic fines, court dates
901-873-5850

Millington Public Library
901-872-1585

Shelby County Clerk
901-222-3000

Contact:
Gary Graves, Public Safety Director
g.graves@millingtontn.gov
4836 Navy Rd.
Millington, TN 38053
901-873-5800 (o)


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