NIOTA CITY HALL WILL BE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC STARTING MONDAY, June 1st, 2020.
WE ASK THAT ANYONE NEEDING SERVICES EITHER FROM THE CITY RECORDER OR NIOTA WATER WORKS TO PLEASE FOLLOW THESE PRECAUTIONARY STEPS TO HELP US MAINTAIN A
SAFE AND HEALTHY ENVIRONMENT:
ONLY 2-3 PEOPLE AT ONE TIME INSIDE WAITING FOR ASSISTANCE
MUST STAND ON MARKED AREAS TO MAINTAIN 6’ SOCIAL DISTANCING
IF YOU SHOW ANY SIGNS OF BEING ILL YOU WILL BE ASKED TO LEAVE AND CALL 423-568-2584.
THE FOLLOWING PAYMENT OPTIONS ARE STILL AVAILABLE:
LOCATED ON OUTSIDE RAILING
PEOPLES BANK DRIVE THRU:
YOU MUST HAVE YOUR BILL WITH YOU AND BE CURRENT
TO PO BOX 515, NIOTA TN 37826
AT CITYOFNIOTA.ORG CLICK ON THE WATER DEPARTMENT
WE APOLOGIZE FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE THIS MAY CAUSE. WE APPRECIATE YOU UNDERSTANDING AS WE TRY TO KEEP EVERYONE HEALTHY
NIOTA CITY HALL
Train Show Postponed until further notice.
Days City Hall will be closed
JANUARY 1: New Year's Day
APRIL 10: Good Friday
MAY 25: Memorial Day
JULY 4: Independence Day
SEPTEMBER 7: Labor day
NOVEMBER 26 & 27: Thanksgiving
DECEMBER 24 & 25: Christmas
June 6th - A “Roaring 20’s Dance” with period dress and music.
July (TBD)- Ice Cream Social, playing games of the era, and live music!
August 18th – Lunch on the Lawn and tour of the Hathburn Mansion and the Cemetery.
August 26th – Celebration of the day the United States gave the women the right to vote! Numerous activities are in the planning for this special day.
Additional City activities include:
May 2nd & 3rd - National Train Day and Model Train Show
September 12th - 9th Annual Fried Green Tomato Festival