Coopertown Mayor Addresses City: Covid Update, Food Boxes & Santa
COOPERTOWN TENNESSEE: (Smokey Barn News) – Following Governor Lees December 20 announcement, Coopertown city offices have been closed to walk-in traffic.
“We will remain available by phone from off-site locations. Please use the black drop box to the left of the front door for any payments you need to make or send through the mail. All mail will be checked daily Monday through Friday,” said Coopertown Mayor Becca Werner.
If you need assistance through the Police Department or wish to speak with an Officer please call dispatch at: 615-384-4911. Town of Coopertown City Hall: 615-382-4470. For the Courts – dial extension 212. For the Building & Codes – dial extension 215. Property Tax Extension – dial extension 207 or 214. Voice mail will be checked throughout the normal working hours Monday through Friday.
“We thank you for your patience and continued support as we move forward through the Covid -19 Pandemic.” Coopertown Mayor Becca Werner
Food Boxes still Available:
If you missed the food drive box pickup on Saturday, and your family is in need, please stop by City Hall on Monday to pick one up (first come/first serve).
If you are unable to drive to City Hall, please call 615-382-4470. We will be delivering boxes on Monday to those who are shut in or quarantined. You may also call to request a box for a neighbor who may be in need of a little extra nutritional support!”
Santa is coming to Coopertown:
“We know so many of you didn’t get a chance to see Santa this year due to Covid, so we made a special request to the North Pole for a quick visit to Coopertown! We were so excited when Santa replied that he had recruited the Fire and Police Departments to help him ride around and see all of your smiling faces! Be sure to come outside and wave to Santa as he passes through your neighborhood!”
Also, please share the info with friends and neighbors!