The Town of Smyrna is committed to compliance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. To that end, no person shall be excluded from participation in, or be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any program or activity receiving federal assistance or funding based on race, color, sex, or national origin.
12/31/2015 7:00 AM
Through October 27th, one lane will be closed at a time for milling of Florence Rd from Ed’s Bait and Tackle to Rebel Road. There will be one lane open at all times. Workers will be present to help minimize the impact on traffic flow.
The Smyrna Town Council is considering an ordinance regarding the housing of chickens within the Town limits. Take the poll and send us your comments.
From the comfort of your couch while watching television, you can make your picnic shelter reservation and sign up for various Parks & Rec Programs online! Smyrna Parks and Recreation is pleased to announce the launching of its online reservation and payment options.
06/15/2016 11:36 AM
You now have the option of assisting local non-profit organizations through the Pay it Forward program. You can sign up to have a voluntary monthly donation added to your Smyrna Utility bill. These donations go to help non-profits such Meals on Wheels, Smyrna/Lavergne Food Bank and the Smyrna Senior Citizens.
03/03/2016 3:05 PM
The Town of Smyrna and Ragan-Smith Associates have launched a study of Smyrna’s Lowry Street between Sam Ridley Parkway and Lee Victory Parkway a distance that spans approximately three miles. The purpose of the study is to identify the possibility of a new mixture of uses for Lowry Street and improve visual conditions along the corridor. The study will consider two primary development uses---retail and residential---and will focus on character areas, key “nodes” and intersections, throughout the corridor to identify opportunities and connectivity with other key areas of Smyrna.
02/25/2016 9:29 AM
As part of its strategic planning initiative, the Regional Transportation Authority of Middle Tennessee (RTA), in partnership with the Nashville Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA), has commissioned What They Think Research to conduct an online survey. The purpose of the survey is to gain a better understanding of why residents are or are not using public transportation and what might motivate residents to use it and/or use it more. Your feedback and opinions are very important.
12/17/2015 7:41 AM
The Town of Smyrna has received numerous inquiries since the notification sent out by the Consolidated Utility District in reference to the under-billing of sewer customers that subscribe to CUD’s water services. As stated within CUD’s communications, the cause of an erroneous rate charge to their customers was inadvertently caused by their agency, not via the Town of Smyrna Utility Department.
As part of the Signal Timing and Optimization Project, the Town of Smyrna has evaluated traffic light timings at major intersections throughout the Town. Two highly traveled areas include the intersections at the I-24 On-Ramp and Off-Ramp at Almaville Road.
11/17/2015 7:38 AM
As our population grows and more vehicles share our roadways, the Town of Smyrna is implementing coordinated traffic signal timing plans...
10/12/2015 2:29 PM
The Town of Smyrna wants qualified taxpayers to know about some new changes to the property tax relief program for elderly, disabled or disabled veteran homeowners.
09/09/2015 5:23 PM
Nominations are requested from the Smyrna community for the 2015 Kenneth "Coon" Victory Lifetime Service Award. The award is presented annually to pay tribute to a Smyrna citizen who has distinguished him or herself by years of unselfish and dedicated volunteer service to the Smyrna community, either in youth and/or adult athletics or other civic and non-profit organizations.
08/21/2015 7:22 AM
During the planning phase of updating its Major Thoroughfare, Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan, the Town of Smyrna is conducting a survey to help determine the best way to serve its citizens as the Town continues to grow.
07/24/2015 12:18 PM
As the Town of Smyrna moves forward with its plan to transform the facility previously used as a fitness center to an Outdoor Adventure Center, as well as make renovations to the existing outdoor pool area, we are proud to announce that the Christy-Houston Foundation is providing a $900,000 grant towards this $3.6 million project.
06/19/2015 1:32 PM
We received numerous leads that allowed us to locate and place David Shannon Engelbert in custody for the home invasion. We thank officers from Metro PD and the Wilson County Sheriff’s Office for their assistance in locating and apprehending Engelbert.
05/06/2015 3:46 PM
The Town of Smyrna in conjunction with Carpe Artista is seeking vendors for our Smyrna Farmers Market at the Depot. We are looking for vendors with fresh, local products. Fruits, Vegetables, Dairy, Meats, Breads, Flowers, and local handmade items.
05/06/2015 8:05 AM
Did you know that Smyrna is about to turn 100?! Town's 2nd Charter issued in 1915. What would you put in a time capsule that folks 100 years from now would open?
05/04/2015 11:08 PM
On Sunday, January 18th, repo agents working for Madison Imports attempted to repossess a Ford Mustang at John Coleman Elementary School. The vehicle was leased to Satchel Serrano who was at the school playground with other subjects.
02/03/2015 1:10 PM
Each year the Smyrna Police Department examines the statistics that each officer produces and bestows an award to the officer on each shift that had the most production.
01/30/2015 7:30 AM