News & Announcements
American Downtown Celebration Set for July 1
The Town of Greeneville announces plans for the 11th Annual American Downtown celebration to be held Saturday, July 1st, at the Big Spring in Bicentennial Park. This year marks the first time that the celebration will be held the Saturday on or before July 4th. Organizers anticipate that having the event on a Saturday each year will facilitate larger crowds for the popular event.
Juneteenth Event Details Announced
The Town of Greeneville and George Clem Multicultural Alliance announce the entertainment lineup for Greeneville’s second annual Juneteenth celebration. The local event will offer free festivities for all ages from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday, June 17, at Bicentennial Park and the Big Spring behind the Greeneville-Greene County Library.
Spotlight on Service: Lindsey Crosby
If you live in Greeneville, there’s a good chance you’ve visited Town Hall to complete a transaction such as paying property taxes or acquiring garbage service. Perhaps you’ve obtained a business license, vendor permit, or roll-off service. Each of these items is completed by members of our finance team who are always ready to help and serve the public with a smile.
The time is now. Return. Restore. Relief.
Greeneville Mayor Cal Doty joins mayors across Tennessee in an effort to urge state lawmakers to pass legislation that would return more sales tax dollars to all cities and towns, easing the pressures on the local property tax and providing meaningful tax relief for most Tennesseans.
Rader Returns to Town of Greeneville in New Role
The Town of Greeneville welcomes Nicole Rader as Director of the Roby Fitzgerald Senior Adult Center. Rader’s first day of employment was December 5, while her first day as director was January 1. Former director, Glenda Blazer, worked until December 31, allowing for a transition period. She retired after being with the Town for over 40 years.
Midnight on Main returns December 31, 2022!
The Town of Greeneville announces the return of Midnight on Main, an all-ages New Year’s Eve street party. Ringing in 2023 will mark the 9th year for this popular downtown event that occurs on two blocks, centered at Main and Depot Streets. Inspired by the Art Deco neon marquee lights of the Capitol Theatre, the theme for this year is “Let’s Glow Crazy!”