We’ve loved sharing snowy Beale Street pics this week, but these historic weather conditions have temporarily impacted Memphis in ways you should know:

  • Memphis International Airport is open. Restroom availability remains limited due to the MLGW water pressure issue. Restrooms are currently available at gates A25 and C5, as well as outside the A, B, and C baggage areas. ADA compliant restrooms are available at gates A25, C8 and in the B baggage area. MEM continues to pursue additional bathroom options for passengers. Learn more here.

  • As freezing temperatures have impacted water pressure, all Memphis Light, Gas and Water customers in Shelby County are directed to boil water or use bottled water until further notice for drinking, brushing teeth and washing your face/hands. Separate water systems in Collierville, Germantown, Bartlett and Millington are not impacted. Read the press release.

  • In an abundance of caution, some restaurants and hotels may have decided to restrict or limit service. Check with individual businesses to confirm they are open before you go.


Nothing is more important than your health, safety and peace of mind when making plans to travel, and we’re here to help when the time is right. Our City and State have pledge to reopen responsibly, to reopen responsibly, providing safe conditions that protect both employees, and future visitors like you. 


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