Mayor Phil Fisher Facebook Livestream Address to City
Mayor Phil Fisher will address the City of Clinton regarding the COVID-19 pandemic via  Facebook live   at 4 P.M. on Monday, March 23 .

Mayor Fisher will share actions taken by the City and additional plans to support our Community. 

A Facebook account is not necessary to view the Livestream. 

Click  to view the live stream.

For City of Clinton COVID-19 information, please visit:

For Clinton Chamber COVID-19 information, please visit:

Due to traffic concerns, all iPads for students who attend Northside and Eastside will be picked up on the Eastside Elementary campus. 

Parents will enter on the left side of the road and will veer left, allowing for the driver's side to face the front doors of Eastside.

Kindergarten and first grade iPads will still be available for pick up at Clinton Park.

Lunch traffic will still enter the Northside driveway and circle around the ring road. Lunch traffic will exit via the Eastside exit.

Lunch pick up will be daily  from 11:00 A.M. to 12:30 P.M.

Lunch Pick Up Instructions:
  • CPSD will provide lunch to all Clinton students K-12 beginning Monday March 23, 2020.
  • Lunches will be provided behind Northside/Eastside from 11:00 A.M. to 12:30 P.M. daily.
  • Students do not need to qualify for free or reduced lunch. Any CPSD student needing a lunch will be served.
  • There is no cost for this lunch, and parents do not need to be present for students to receive lunch.

iPad Pick Up Instructions:
  • Parents of K-5 students wishing to pick up their student's iPad for instructional use will be able to do so from Monday, March 23 through Wednesday, March 25, 2020.
  • Northside and Eastside devices will be picked up at the Eastside campus. Kindergarten and first grade devices will be picked up at the Clinton Park campus.
  • Traffic for iPads will enter the Eastside campus on the lefthand side and curl to the left in order to have access to the driver's side of the vehicle.
  • Pick up will be from 11:00 A.M. to 1:00 P.M.
  • Parents are only allowed to sign out their own student's device.

(Info via City of Clinton)
COVID-19 Screenings
Beginning next week, the Medical Center will lead an effort to offer a new way for Mississippians to be screened for COVID-19. By using the C Spire Health UMMC Virtual COVID-19 Triage app, residents can be screened for symptoms of the virus. If they are found to be at high risk for the virus, they will be given an appointment to have testing samples collected at the Mississippi State Fairgrounds. Only those using the app can take part. Learn more in the full story:

(Info via City of Clinton)
Please do your part to flatten the curve. Familiarize yourself with social distancing guidelines and what is recommended by Public Health Officials.

Health officials recommend to avoid the following:
  • Group gatherings
  • Sleepovers
  • Playdates
  • Traveling
  • Church services
  • Visitors in your house
  • Non-essential workers in your house

Please keep your distance (at least 6 feet) when you:
  • Visit a local restaurant to get take out
  • Visit a grocery store
  • Pick up medications
  • Or spend time outside in public spaces

It is safe to do the following:
  • Take a walk, but stay six feet apart! 
  • Yard work.
  • Clean out a closet or read a good book. Listen to music, have a family game night or stream a favorite show.
  • Remain connected with friends and neighbors, but do so via phone or email. A video chat is a great way to combat social isolation.

(Info via City of Clinton)
Dear Clinton Chamber Members and Our Community,

We are continuing to work on your behalf in our community and with our governmental officials during this COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic. 
The goal for the Clinton Chamber is to ensure that the information we share is accurate, informative and researched. We encourage you to visit  for resources about the COVID-19 pandemic. There is information from the Mississippi Department of Health , Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the World Health Organization , among others. Our goal is to be your one-stop-shop for information, directions, and resources.
The goal for our community is to continue to SHOP LOCAL in ways that are safe and appropriate. Here are some ways to support Local Business during the coronavirus outbreak:

  • Give the Gift of Business — If you usually frequent a business, buy a gift card. Then spread out the use of those gift cards over time while you continue to support them as normal or give them away as gifts to people who might not normally go there or are having hard times.

  • Keep Your Subscriptions – If you have a membership or subscription, keep it going. Many small businesses rely on that support to keep their doors open. It is only a few weeks and your continued support can literally save their business.

  • Buy Now, Pickup Later – If you plan on buying a product, give the business a call. Pay for it and have them set it aside for you to pick up later.

  • Ask How You Can Help – If you know the owners or employees or a business, then text, email or call and ask how you can help. They might have ideas that are specific for their business.
We are going through this together and need to count on each other to be calm, rational and considerate. Check on your neighbors and at-risk community members as well by calling on the phone or sending private messages via social media, instead of going in person.
At this time, the Chamber office is open from 8:30 a.m. until 5:00 p.m., but will be postponing some of our events to adhere to the CDC recommendations. You are welcome to call (601.924.5912) or email ( ), and let us know how we can help you.
 TJ McSparrin
Executive Director
The Clinton Chamber of Commerce
P.O. Box 143 | 100 E. Leake Street | Clinton, MS 39056
(601) 924-5912 |