TENNESSEE TREE DAY IS MARCH 20
FREE FACE MASKS AVAILABLE AT CITY HALL
Jefferson City cares about the health and safety of every member of our community. To help keep our city safe, any resident can receive a free face mask at City Hall. Children’s sizes are also available. Please do your part to prevent the spread of COVID-19 by wearing a face mask in public.
JEFFERSON CITY IS OFFICIALLY A GIG CITY
Jefferson City is the first municipal in Jefferson County to become an official Gig City, as approved by City Council. This means that all city residents and businesses now have access to high-speed fiber internet thanks to our provider Trilight+AEC.
FREE WI-FI NOW AVAILABLE AT MOSSY CREEK STATION
Mossy Creek Station now has free Wi-Fi available for public use. Watch this video to find out more.
IT'S WILDFIRE SEASON - BURN SAFE TN
Careless debris burning is a primary cause of wildfires every year in Tennessee. Remember, burn permits are required to burn in Jefferson City. You can apply for a burn permit by contacting the Jefferson City Fire Department. Find out more about how to safely burn debris at: https://www.tn.gov/tnwildlandfire/prevention/safe-debris-burning
NOTICE OF ELECTRONIC MEETINGS
The City of Jefferson City will be conducting City Council Meetings, Work Sessions, and Jefferson City Regional Planning Commission Meetings electronically via Zoom. You can join the Zoom meetings HERE, then enter the following:
Meeting ID: 885 4246 8746
For more information about these electronic meetings, please read this Notice of Electronic Meetings.
If you need help using Zoom, visit their FAQ page.
HEALTHCARE & FRONTLINE WORKERS APPRECIATION WEEK JANUARY 25-29
Mayor Mitch Cain has declared January 25-29, 2021, Healthcare Professionals, First Responders and Frontline Workers Week. Everyone is encouraged to join in recognizing and honoring the devotion these individuals make to the health and well-being of our City.
Jefferson City is committed to the safety of its citizens & visitors and encourages everyone to follow the guidelines and recommendations provided by the CDC and TN Department of Health. Follow the links below for information and resources regarding COVID-19.
Jefferson City governmental offices will be closed on Christmas Eve (12/24), Christmas Day (12/25), and New Year’s Day (1/1).
By Mark Brown – Staff Writer, The Standard Banner Dec 24, 2020 Those who knew and worked with local attorney Mike Kerr received news of his passing with deep grief. He passed away suddenly Tuesday following a brief illness. Memories shared on Facebook included...
AEC's Greg Williams, Trilight's Eric Ogle and Jefferson City Recreation Director Walter Gibson discuss free Wi-Fi now available at Mossy Creek Station in downtown Jefferson City.