Franklin City Hall will reopen to the public May 6, according to a May 4 announcement from City Administrator Eric Stuckey.


“This Wednesday morning we’ll begin to open up city hall for [the] public and public interaction from 8 to noon,” Stuckey said. “You can come in, go to our customer service revenue management area, there’s a payment window, you can do all sorts of transactions there with the city.”

Stuckey said the city would make sure its employees were healthy and virus-free before returning to city hall by using temperature checks, and said residents planning on visiting city hall would be asked if they had any symptoms related to COVID-19 before being allowed to enter.

Additionally, Franklin’s state of the city meeting, originally scheduled for May 6, has been pushed back to May 15 and will be available to the public virtually.