Walking with a Purpose: Public Health Director representing Tennessee in the 2022 United States of America Pageant in Las Vegas, NV
Rutherford County, TN—(January 17, 2022) The Rutherford County Fire Marshal’s Office is seeking the public’s assistance to provide any information aiding in the investigation into use of improvised incendiary devices (commonly known as Molotov Cocktails) against the Hazen Brigade Monument located at the Stones River National Battlefield.
Rutherford County, TN— (January 16, 2022) Rutherford County Mayor Bill Ketron says the County will also be opting out of a class action lawsuit settlement from BFI Waste Systems of Tennessee, LLC, a subsidiary of Republic Services and the owner/operator of Middle Point Landfill.
The Rutherford County Historic Courthouse now has two recycling receptacles available, one at each main entrance, for county employees, patrons, and downtown visitors to use to in an effort to reduce waste in the community.
“We are excited for the addition of these new bins,” said Mayor Bill Ketron, who says there are plans to add them to other county buildings in the near future.
The Rutherford County Medical Examiner’s Office (RCMEO) recently made changes to its webpage to make contacting the department easier.
Rutherford County, TN—(January 5, 2022) With Sunday night’s snowfall amounts and more expected on Thursday, Rutherford County Emergency Management Agency is teaming up with the Tennessee Emergency Management Agency (TEMA) to offer winter weather preparedness tips.
Rutherford County’s Recycling Center located at 1140 Haley Road is temporarily closed effective immediately due to staffing issues caused by the COVID-19 virus. All recyclables with the exception of paint and electronics are accepted at our other locations. For locations of our other centers, please visit: solidwaste.rutherfordcountytn.gov. Thank you for your patience!
Rutherford County Health Department (RCHD) is advising the community of changes in dates/times in COVID-19 testing and vaccination offerings as well as holiday hours in observance of New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day.
Rutherford County Clerk Lisa Duke Crowell advises residents that a few changes to the tag renewal process can be expected in 2022.