Breaking News and Closures

May 15th, 2020
Declaration of State of Emergency




May 8, 2020
Governor Bill Lee has issued Executive Order No. 35

Executive Order No. 35

Please be aware that the Shelby County Health Directive No.3 is still in effect

SC Health Directive





May 4, 2020
The Town of Arlington is now following the directive from the Shelby County Health Department. The Town is no longer following the guidelines via the Governor's Orders released last week.  Back to business framework has changed for some businesses. Biggest change is that ONLY hair salons and barbershop will be allowed to open on May 6th; nail salons, tattoo shops and massage salons may NOT OPEN at this time.  A date will be released as it is directed by the Health Department.

SHELBY CO HEALTH DIRECTIVE NO.3

May 1, 2020

Back to Business will begin May 4,2020. 

Governors Orders and Framework

April 29, 2020

Directive will expire on May 3, 2020 at midnight. Starting May 4, 2020 the Town of Arlington will be under the Governors Orders

Shelby County Health Directive Addendum No.2


April 24, 2020
Updated Orders will remain in effect thru April 30, 2020.

Executive Order
Health Department Directive
Declaration

April 22 thru 24 : ROAD CLOSURE
CSX will be doing repairs to the railroad crossing at Jetway April 22-24. This will require traffic to be detoured. Please use Hwy 70 to Airline Road to Memphis-Arlington Road to avoid the closure. Please see the attached map for more details.

CSX will also be working on the railroad crossing in Galloway at SR 196 at the same time. Traffic will also be detoured. Please use Forrest Street to Milton Wilson Blvd to Hwy 70 to avoid the closure.
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April 9, 2020

Updated Orders from Mayor Wissman shall remain in effect until April 17, 2020

Executive Order and Health Department Mandate

Declaration State of Emergency

April 3, 2020
Updated Orders from Mayor Wissman. Shall remain in effect until April 10, 2020

Executive Order
Health Directive Update
Declaration of State of Emergency

April 7 Thru April 9: POSTPONED

Jetway Rd will be closed for repair from dawn to dusk. Please see news feed for detour information.

April 2, 2020


Arlington in April has been CANCELLED due to COVID 19 and under the direction of the CDC's guidelines to stop the spread.

March 27, 2020

Executive Order and Declaration of State of Emergency has been updated as of today.  These orders are to remain in effect until April 3, 2020.

Executive Order
Declaration of State of Emergency

March 27, 2020


At this time it is not safe to allow children to play on playgrounds at parks due to the risk of COVID 19.  Park trails are still open at the parks at this time, however we ask that you practice social distancing.  We urge you as parents and as residents to take every precaution and follow the CDC guidelines during this time.

March 24, 2020

Executive Order from Mayor Mike Wissman for the Town of Arlington

 Executive Order March 24, 2020 

March 24, 2020
Executive Order released by Mayor Lee Harris regarding "Safer At Home" order
Executive Order March 24, 2020

March 24, 2020
Arlington Community School will be closed through April 24, 2020. See news feed for more information.

March 23, 2020


The Town of Arlington is working in conjunction with the Shelby County Health Department, City of Memphis and other Municipalities in Shelby County to issue a "Safer at Home" Executive Order starting at 6:00 PM on Tuesday, March 24,2020. More details to follow as soon as possible.

March 18th, 2020

In the interest of public safety and to help decrease the spread of the Covid-19 (Coronavirus), the Town of Arlington will be moving to modified operations effective March 18, 2020 until further notice. We will reevaluate these changes as more information is available. A detailed outline of modifications will be listed below. Our website and social media pages will be updated as changes are made. Considering recommendations made by the CDC and Shelby  County Health Department, access to the Town’s Public Facilities will be restricted and closed to the public. The Town of Arlington will make the following modifications for business operations:

Town Hall (Finance/Planning Department)

  • Town Hall will be closed to the public.
  • Code Enforcement Department will be closed to the public.
  • Business licenses may be obtained by mail at P.O. Box 507 Arlington, TN 38002. More information can be found on our website www.townofarlington.org
  • Any necessary business with the Finance or Planning Department may be taken care of by calling 901-867-2620 or by emailing Brittney Owens at bowens@townofarlington.org

Public Works Department

  • Public Works office will be closed to the public.
  • Garbage and Recycling collection will remain on schedule until further notice.
  • Yard debris will remain on schedule until further notice.
  • Utility calls/work will not be affected.
  • Any necessary business, including Construction Inspections may be taken care of by calling 901-867-2620 or by emailing Terry Perkins at tperkins@townofarlington.org

Arlington Fire Department

  • The Fire Department lobby will be closed to the public.
  • Fire reports may be obtained by calling 901-867-8905 or emailing Jim Harvill at jharvill@townofarlington.org
  • Firefighters will wear additional protective gear to reduce exposure. 

Parks and Recreation Department

  • Parks and Recreation offices will be closed to the public. Any business may be taken care of by calling 901-867-2620 or by emailing dcarson@townofarlington.org
  • All scheduled activities are suspended until further notice.
  • Parks within the Town will be open for passive recreation such as walking or jogging.
  • Be aware that playground equipment, benches, etc. are surfaces that can host any and all germs and are not being sanitized until further notice.

Wastewater/Sewer

  • Offices are closed to the public.
  • For sewer issues call 901-867-1782 or 901-302-5348.
  • Any business may be taken care of by emailing grivera@townofarlington.org

Senior Citizens Center 

Sam T. Wilson Library

 

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