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July 6, 2020 12:36 PM

Williamson County Executive Order Regarding Face Coverings effective July 8 extended to August 29

On July 3, Tennessee Governor Bill Lee signed Executive Order 54 to grant county mayors in 89 counties the authority to issue local requirements that citizens wear face coverings in public places in order to slow the spread of COVID-19 cases, which have significantly risen in recent weeks. Governor Lee encouraged every Tennessean across the state to use a face covering or mask, to socially distance and wash hands frequently.

After much consideration and after consultation with each of the mayors of the various municipalities in Williamson County, as well as the School Superintendents for the two school districts within the County, Mayor Rogers Anderson finds that there is a consensus that wearing a cloth or other face covering should be required in certain circumstances in Williamson County. Mayor Anderson recognizes that there are many varying opinions on this issue, but believes that asking Williamson Countians to wear a face covering in indoor public places, and in outdoor public places where distancing is not possible, is a necessary safety measure in order that our local businesses may remain open and our schools will be able to open in the fall. ...

Please read the full press release linked below.


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Latest Update:

August 4, 2020 10:51 AM

County Mayor Issues Mask Mandate Extension until August 29th

Press Release for Extension of Mask Mandate

Prior Updates

July 9, 2020 3:34 PM

Face Mask Addendum - Clarification and/or Corrections

COVID-19 Press Release Mask Addendum