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Posted on: January 6, 2022

City offices working remotely

Weather Report Jan. 6

A portion of Clarksville City Government offices will be working remotely Thursday, Jan. 6, due to potentially hazardous winter weather driving conditions across the City.


City Public Safety departments and the Clarksville Transit System will be on duty as usual, and all essential City services will continue by using remote communication channels.


The Clarksville Gas & Water administration and engineering offices will be closed, including the north and south customer service centers. In the event of a gas, water, or sewer emergency, customers should call (931) 645-7400 or the after-hours emergency line at (931) 645-0116. The Utility Billing Line, (931) 645-7400, automated pay by phone and WebConnect, www.clarksvillegw.comonline bill payment feature will be operational. The payment drop box on 2215 Madison St. is available at any hour, and Kiosk paysites located at 111 Cunningham Lane and Clarksville 24-hour Hi-Road Convenience Stores are available for customer bill payment.


The Finance Division will be working remotely. The Revenue Collections Division located on the first floor of the City Hall building will not be open, and tax services at the Trustee's Office and the North Clarksville City Services Center will not be available.  All services at Property taxes may be paid at any time online at https://mss.cityofclarksville.com/css/.


CDE Lightband office remains open, but customers are urged to use phone and online systems to reach the utility when possible. In the event of a service outage, please call (931) 648-8151. Customers can go online at https://cdelightband.com/customer-service/ for service and bill paying information.


A decision regarding tonight’s City Council Regular Session will be made before noon.


The National Weather Service issued a Winter Storm Warning, effective through noon Thursday, with up to 3 inches of snow. Freezing air will move in with the snow, with temperatures dropping into the low teens and single digits. Temperatures will not climb above freezing again until Saturday.


All City of Clarksville offices are expected to reopen on Friday, Jan. 7, for regularly scheduled hours.


Additional information will be forthcoming as it is received.

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