The Division of Air Pollution Control gave notice that requirements for vehicle emissions testing are suspended until May 18, 2020.
They will update this notice with details as to when vehicle emissions testing services will be fully operational in order to resume testing in the near future.
They have stated that they will work to ensure that testing services are available in enough time for vehicles to be tested prior to the extended registration due date. If you ave questions, please call 866-329-9632,
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Williamson County has adopted the Tennessee Pledge. The Pledge gives guidance and information on opening responsibly and are available here.
The Health Department in Williamson County is currently providing testing Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the Williamson County Agricultural Center. Testing is provided for free, regardless of symptoms or County residency.
Individuals can receive a free mask from the State of Tennessee at the Williamson County Agricultural Center (4215 Long Lane) Monday through Friday from 10 AM - 2PM. Masks are distributed in a separate drive-through line from the drive-through COVID-19 testing.
Williamson County Emergency Management is consistently working with media partners to disseminate information. Individuals can also receive updates through the following channels:
The question has been raised as to why Williamson County has not issued shelter in place or other restrictions on businesses in the County. Williamson County, like all counties in the State of Tennessee that are not metropolitan governments, is limited to those powers and authorities expressly granted by the State of Tennessee. The powers of the County Mayor in a state of emergency are limited to evacuation of the unincorporated areas of the county or suspending procedures and processes pertaining to the procurement and contracting for the continued provision of government and emergency services. The County Mayor is also responsible for county buildings, except the jail, courthouse, library and landfill. Outside of these specific areas, the County Mayor does not possess the authority to close or restrict private business or the movement of the citizens of Williamson County, Tennessee.
The Mayor supports the actions of the Governor and Mayors of the cities of Williamson County in addressing the COVID-19 pandemic. Williamson County is committed to taking actions within its legal authority, to aid in containing this virus.
If you are having a medical emergency, always call 9-1-1. If you are not having a medical emergency, you should contact your primary healthcare provider. The Tennessee State Department of Health also has a Public Information Line at (833) 556-2476 available from 10 a.m. until 10 p.m. CT daily.