City Elections and Property Rights Voting
If you meet the Eagleville City Charter guidelines and are eligible to vote in the upcoming Eagleville city election as a property rights voter, you must notify the Election Commission that you are a property rights voter and register as a property rights voter before the October 11th registration deadline. You will complete a separate voter registration application that must be kept on file with the Rutherford County Election Commission. You may contact the Election Commission at 615-898-7743 to inquire. >More Info
Public Notice: Rescheduled October 2016 City Council Meeting
The Eagleville City Council has rescheduled its regular October City Council meeting. Instead of Thursday, October 27, the Regular City Council meeting will be Thursday, October 13, 2016. The location and time remain unchanged - 7:00 p.m. at City Hall, 108 South Main Street, Eagleville, TN. >More Info
Public Meeting Notice: Application Process for Home Rehabilitation Grant
The City of Eagleville will hold a public meeting: Thursday, September 22, 2016 at 6:00 p.m. at Eagleville City Hall, 108 South Main Street, Eagleville, Tennessee, 37060. >More Info
Fall Festival, Sept. 24
Eagleville's Kickoff-to-Fall Festival, 9 a.m. until 6 p.m. Join us
for a day of family-friendly entertainment in downtown Eagleville!
Featured entertainment by Runaway Freight, Macey Mac and Gypsy Carnes, Jeff Blaney, Bill Bennell, Beechgrove Bob Band, Mid-State Cloggers and more.
Kid's Corner has a Petting Zoo, Inflatables, Face Painting, and games for the kids. Come Join Us For A Day Of Fun!
Welcome to Eagleville... Small Town at its finest
Where the clerks know your name (and take the time to ask if they don't!), front porch rockers are not just for show, and a smile and wave are commonplace.
Whether you decide to come visit for the day and eat at one of our restaurants, visit the local antique store, stop in the lamp shop or computer store, spend the afternoon at the park, or decide to make this your home after viewing the many developing areas - we have one thing to say... "Welcome to Eagleville!" Along with community wide support for the school, churches, summer recreation, year-round youth programs, and an active town council, Eagleville offers something for everyone.
>Proposed Route Map
Eagleville residents may have received a mailing from a company named HomeServe. They are a reputable company and the product they offer is a home water/sewer line repair insurance, should the homeowner be interested in this service. However, HomeServe is not connected to Consolidated Utility District.
"This company is in no way affiliated with the city, nor the water and sewer project. We do not endorse nor discredit the letter writer. We want to assure our citizens this is not part of the project."
Alert Rutherford - The County Emergency Notification System
provides accurate, immediate emergency notifications from all jurisdictions within Rutherford County to your cell, work or home phone, via text, email or voice message. Receive notifications about emergencies that may affect your home, workplace, child's school, parents' home, or any other locations within Rutherford County.
- Weather Advisories for you or your family's home, business, school, child care, or more
- Infrastructure Issues including Power Outages, Water Shortages and more
- Up-To-The-Minute Traffic Issues including accidents, closed roads, alternative routes and more
New Rutherford County Clerk Office
The Rutherford County Clerks Office has extended their services to the citizens of the Eagleville area. The new office is located inside Eagleville City Hall. This office provides limited services which are renewals, handicapped placards, temporary tags and they are now issuing license plate registrations. The deputy clerk at this office will help with and provide information to citizens on transferring/purchasing a vehicle. The Eagleville office will be open the first working day of each week, (one day per week) 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., closing one hour for lunch: 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.
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