Hamilton County Schools, UTC Closed Wednesday Along With Many Other Schools, Government Offices And Medical Facilities

Tuesday, January 28, 2014

Due to inclement weather, Hamilton County Schools will be closed Wednesday. UTC will be closed all day Wednesday. The Zac Brown Band concert scheduled for 7 p.m. McKenzie Arena will be held at a later date.

School-aged child care for the county schools will be closed and all after school activities are cancelled. Twelve-month employees are to report by 10 a.m. Maintenance employees will report at regular time. 

Central Office will be closed. Principals and assistants do not report.

Other Wednesday closings:

Boyd-Buchanan

Bradley

Catoosa

Chattanooga Christian

Chattanooga City Court and the City Court Clerk's Office will be closed on Wednesday

Due to the weather, non-essential city of Chattanooga employees who are unable to safely travel from their home should report in by 10 a.m. Wednesday morning if needed. 

City of Chattanooga residents who have questions concerning road conditions or city services can call 311 Wednesday morning during regular operating times (8 a.m. to 6 .p.m). 

Chattanooga College, Medical, Dental & Technical College will be closed on Wednesday for day and evening classes.

Chattanooga State

Chickamauga City  Schools

Cleveland

Cleveland City Hall will work on a two-hour delay Wednesday. Offices open at 10 a.m.

Cleveland State

Dade County

Dalton

Both the Dalton and Ellijay campuses of Dalton State college will be closed Wednesday. The school will reopen Thursday morning.

Dayton

Election Commission

Due to road conditions, both of Erlanger’s community health centers, at Dodson Avenue and Southside, are closed Wednesday.  Area residents who have appointments with Erlanger physicians Wednesday orThursday are asked to call their physician’s office for an update on hours of operation – if they haven’t already been notified.

Fairview Christian Academy

Georgia Department of Labor offices will be closed 

Georgia Northwestern College

Girls Preparatory School

All operations of the Hamilton County Assessor's Office and the County Clerk's Office and the Register of Deeds Office will be closed. County Clerk Bill Knowles stated that he will personally respond to emails throughout the day providing answers and forwarding forms regarding title and registration questions.

Email to:  billknowles@countyclerkanytime.com

The Hamilton County Courthouse will be open for business Wednesday. However, the County Commission agenda meeting is cancelled.

Hamilton County General Sessions Court, both civil and criminal divisions, will be closed on Wednesday

Hamilton County Circuit, Criminal, Chancery courts are closed Wednesday

Hamilton County Trustee's Office is closed.

Marion County

McCallie

McMinn County 

Meigs County

Due to inclement weather on Wednesday, Memorial Health Partner Foundation physicians will observe the following closings and delays. Patients are asked to call ahead to confirm before traveling.

 

Memorial Metabolic Surgery – Closed

Professional Park Associates – Closed

Memorial Neurology Associates – Closed

TCFPA Family Medical Center - closed 

Soddy Daisy Medical Center - closed

Hixson Pike Medical Center - closed

Signal Mt. Health & Wellness - closed

Jurgens, Parker, Jolley & Lynch - closed

North Park Family Medicine - closed

Harrison Medical Center - open 1pm

Memorial Robotics & Urologic Cancer - open 1pm

Harrison Medical Center - open 1 p.m.

Memorial Robotics & Urologic Cancer - open 1 p.m.

Monroe County

North Georgia Technical College (All campuses)

Polk

Rhea

Silverdale Baptist Academy

Tennessee Temple University

University of Tennessee at Chattanooga

All Walker County Government Offices will be closed Wednesday except for essential services. Transit offices will be closed as well. 

Whitfield County

All four Dalton-Whitfield Solid Waste Authority sites will be closed Wednesday due to inclement weather.  



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