County Mayor’s Notes – November 5th, 2021

Daylight Savings Time
Daylight Savings Time ends this weekend.  Be sure to fall back!

Motorsports Park
The Plateau Partnership Park ( announced today that the sale has closed on the property for the Flatrock USA motorsports park in Westel.  Flatrock USA now owns the property and the project can proceed.  More information can be found at

Veterans Day Events
The Veteran’s Day parade is scheduled for tomorrow, November 6th at 10am, rain or shine. The Parade will start at Cumberland County High School and go east on Stanley to Main St. turning north past the Courthouse and ending at Livingston and Main Street.

The Cumberland County Veterans Day Ceremony will be held November 11, 2021, at the War Memorial Park in downtown Crossville.  The ceremony will begin at 11:00 AM and end around 12:30 PM.  Mayor Mayberry and I will speak, and Tennessee Senator Paul Bailey will be the keynote speaker.

COVID-19 Update
According to the Tennessee Department of Health (TDH), in Cumberland County there are 117 active cases of COVID-19.  The number of active cases continues to trend down.  There have been 225 deaths reported as of the date of this newsletter.  Datasets for additional information can be found at

As of Friday, November 5, 2021, Cumberland County Schools Director Dr. Ina Maxwell reported 17 active student cases and 3 positive staff cases of COVID-19.

State Vaccination Dashboard:

Cumberland County Health Department Update

The Cumberland County Health Department is currently offering the Pfizer COVID 19 Vaccine and Booster.  The State of Tennessee has recognized certain Health Departments as Pfizer only.  Unfortunately, the Moderna Booster is not available at the Cumberland County Health Department at this time.  There are several other local facilities that offer Moderna. A complete list can be found at If the status changes for the Moderna vaccine and booster, the Health Department will send out an announcement. 

COVID-19 Testing Hours Monday – Friday, 9:00 am – 11:00 am

COVID-19 Vaccine Drive Thru Monday – Friday, 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Walk-In Vaccine available 8:00 am – 4:30 pm

CMC/Covenant Dashboard
A statement from Covenant Health:
“With COVID-19 case numbers decreasing in our area, Covenant Health has determined that daily COVID reports from our health system and member hospitals are no longer necessary.

If case numbers increase in the future, we will relaunch the reports as needed for public information. We encourage our communities to help continue the downward trend in case numbers by getting the COVID-19 vaccine if you have not already done so, and by observing other safe practices such as hand washing, masking, social distancing and staying home if you are ill. In addition, we strongly encourage everyone over the age of 6 months to get a flu shot. Thank you for taking these steps to protect your health and the health of others.”

Thank you for being part of the solution and thank you for the opportunity to serve as your County Mayor.  If you are interested in hearing my thoughts and views on news, events, and activities in Cumberland County, please subscribe to my newsletter, and follow me on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

Thank you,

Allen Foster
Cumberland County Mayor

Published by allenfoster

Cumberland County Mayor

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