Stay up to date on the Rutherford County Government COVID-19 response

Rutherford County essential offices will be open with limited staffing, but closed to the general public until April 19. Learn More.


The Rutherford County Mayors formed a task force that led to the activation of the Emergency Operations Center (EOC) to respond to the COVID-19 virus.


Solid Waste Limits Bulk Items and No Longer Accepts Building Materials Until Further Notice

4/3/20 • Read More

Rutherford County Solid Waste Department announced Thursday, April 2 that bulk items will be limited to one item per household. The department has also stopped accepting building materials until further notice.

These changes are the result of an increase in bulk items being taken to the centers since various “safer at home” orders have gone into effect. Read More

The Rutherford County Mayors’ Caucus Stands United

3/31/20 • Read the Rest

The Rutherford County Mayors’ Caucus stands united in support of Gov. Bill Lee’s Executive Order No. 22 (Order 22) released Monday, March 30.

Order 22, along with its accompanying Order 21, an expansion of the previously released Executive Order 17 restricting food and drink establishments, gyms and fitness centers, and nursing and retirement home visits, are in full force and effective through 11:59 p.m. CDT on April 14, 2020.

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Upcoming Meetings

Thursday, April 9th
Budget & Finance

Thursday, April 16th
County Commission

The next full commission meeting (April 16th) and all sub-committee meetings during this time will be held virtually. Learn More.

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