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Posted on: March 25, 2020

City of Goodlettsville Reassures Citizens


Goodlettsville, TN –

The City of Goodlettsville would like to reassure our citizens that we are open for business. Essential services such as police, fire, sewer, and trash are fully operational and will remain in operation to provide necessary public safety.

“Our citizens staying safe is our primary concern. We want them to continue to use the recommended safety measures from the health department and encourage the citizens to keep doing what you have been doing to help flatten the curve. I ask that you take the necessary safe actions that still allow you to support our local businesses by ordering take-out, curbside pickup, and home delivery from a number of our local establishments offering this service. Above all stay safe and be kind to one another.” – Mayor Jeff Duncan

In order to better serve any resident who may have needs or questions in regards to the COVID-19 virus, the City of Goodlettsville has designated the phone number 615-851-2200 as its COVID Hot-Line. When calling this hot-line number you will be transferred to a trained staff member who will offer assistance in: resource referral for answering medical questions, discussing the process for testing, and coordinating a volunteer to help with getting groceries, prescriptions, and any other personal needs.

Additionally, the City of Goodlettsville has deemed it beneficial to its citizenry to create a webpage dedicated to providing updates on the virus. This webpage serves as a single source to the latest information from the Center of Disease Control and the Tennessee Department of Health. It also includes the most up to date announcements as it relates to City of Goodlettsville facilities and programs, public safety announcements, and restaurants offering takeout services, as well as, all federal, state and local declarations. The webpage can be found by clicking the emergency alert at the top of our website

Please know that our plan is consistently changing, with the safety of our citizens at the forefront of the conversation. We are continuing to adapt our preparedness plan to specifically address COVID-19 through guidance from the TN Department of Health and other resources.

City Manager, Tim Ellis reassures citizens that “the City is concerned about the health, safety and well-being of our citizens and we will continue to provide essential services that are expected. During this time, please remember to stay the course and stay calm, because we are Goodlettsville and we will overcome.”


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