Apply Today! The Town of Greeneville Youth Commission is a group of local teens enrolled in Greeneville High School as sophomores, juniors or seniors. It's a one-year term with the option of re-appointment. Visit and "I want to..." menu for info or to apply
5 days ago, Town of Greeneville
Youth Commission Flyer
Early voting for the Greeneville election is from July 12 to July 27 at the Election Commission office, 311 CCU Blvd. Hours are 8:30 am - 4:30 pm Mon, Wed, Fri; 8:30 am - 5:30 pm Tues & Thurs; and 8:30 am - 12 pm on Sat. Election Day is Aug. 1. Photo ID is required to vote.
12 days ago, Town of Greeneville
Your Vote Matters
DATE CHANGE: Join us Sunday, Sept 29 at 3 PM for THE BOOK OF MAMAW By Eugene Wolf at Dogwood Park, behind Tusculum View Elementary, 1725 Lafayette St, Greeneville. FREE & open to the public! Park at Tusculum View Elementary and take a golf cart shuttle to comfortable seating!
20 days ago, Town of Greeneville
The Police Department's Office (Records) will be closed on Thursday, July 4th, as well as Friday, July 5th.. The office will open back up at 8 a.m. on Monday, July 8th. If anyone is in need of an Officer, please call 911 for emergencies or 423.638.8663 for non-emergencies.
21 days ago, Town of Greeneville
All Town offices, including Public Works and the Landfill, will be closed on Thursday, July 4th in observance of Independence Day. Garbage normally collected on Thursdays will be picked up a day early on Wednesday. Please have your containers ready.
22 days ago, Town of Greeneville
July 4th Closure
The Greeneville City Council meeting scheduled for Tuesday, July 2nd has been canceled due to lack of business. The next meeting will be held on Tuesday, July 16th at 4 p.m. in the G. Thomas Love board room at Greeneville Energy Authority.
22 days ago, Town of Greeneville
Meeting canceled
May 15th is Peace Officers Memorial Day. Chaplain Danny Ricker and local leaders held a memorial service at the Greene County Courthouse for fallen officers. We remember and honor those who made the ultimate sacrifice in the line of duty to protect our community.
2 months ago, Town of Greeneville
Peace Officers Memorial Day
Greene County courthouse
Chaplain Danny Ricker
Greene County Honor Guard
Sheriff Wesley Holt
GPD Assistant Chief Steve Hixson
Wreaths 1
Wreaths 2
Did you hear the buzz? There is a Fly-In at the Greeneville Municipal Airport this weekend! There will be airplanes, Wicked Pissah Deli, and an aviation fuel discount. Join us Saturday, May 11th from 11 am to 3 pm. Extra bonus: You can ride on "The Detroit" DC3 for $100. WOW!!!
3 months ago, Town of Greeneville
"The Detroit" DC3
The Flagship Detroit Foundation
Fly-in May 11, 2024
We want your feedback! Please take the Greeneville Parks & Recreation Survey to help identify our future needs.
3 months ago, Town of Greeneville
QR Code for Survey
There will be a Grandparents Raising Grandkids Event on Tuesday, May 21st at 5:30 pm at the Clyde Austin 4H Center (214 4-H Lane). It is open to 2 adults and 2 kids per family (childcare provided). Please RSVP to 423-609-9747 by 5/15/2024. There will be a meal, info, and support.
3 months ago, Town of Greeneville
Grandparents raising Grandkids Event
The Industrial Development Board of Greene County has a Greeneville opening. Appointed members serve six-year terms. Eligible candidates must be able to vote in a Town of Greeneville election. The deadline to apply is 5/15/2024. To apply, visit
3 months ago, Town of Greeneville
Veteran Cafe on Wednesday, May 15th from 1 pm to 3 pm at the Roby Adult Center (203 N College St, Greeneville). This event is open to Greeneville / Greene County Veterans and their guest. There will be Bingo, snacks, and informational booths. 🇺🇸
3 months ago, Town of Greeneville
Veteran Cafe
🎉🏐 Congratulations to the Vanguard University Lions from Costa Mesa, CA on their championship victory at the NAIA Beach Volleyball Invitational on April 27th! 🥇
3 months ago, Town of Greeneville
2024 NAIA Beach Volleyball Champions
Do you have an interest in the preservation and protection of historic sites and architecture in Greeneville? Are you interested in enhancing the visual and aesthetic character, diversity, and interest of the town? Have you lived in the Greeneville city limits for three years or more? If you answered yes to these questions, we hope you will consider applying for one of the two open positions on the Town of Greeneville Historic Zoning Commission. For more information and to apply, visit The application will be open through May 7, 2024. Members of the historic zoning commission will be appointed by the Town of Greeneville City Council. An architect is preferred, but not required.
3 months ago, Town of Greeneville
HZC images
Web page
Adult Softball Registration is now Active. Team Fee: $375.00 Roster and Rule information can be picked up at the Greeneville Parks and Recreation office. This goes for both Men's and Mixed. The last day for team registration is Monday, April 29th. All players for Adult Softball must be registered through the recdesk platform. If you are not registered to the online roster, you will not be eligible to play. You will select Captain, Player,or Free Agent and state What roster you will be on. Once registration is complete you will be locked into the roster for the remainder of the season. Follow this Link: Step 1: Create Profile Step 2: Under the Programs Tab, Select Men's or Mixed Softball Player Registration. The last day to add to your roster will be Friday, May 17.
4 months ago, Town of Greeneville
Register Now!
Please join us on Saturday, April 27th from 10 am to 3pm as we celebrate the 240th Anniversary of the State of Franklin! Travel back in time to 1784 when Greeneville and Greene County were part of North Carolina. The state of Tennessee did not yet exist! As several North Carolina counties (including Greene County) became dissatisfied with North Carolina's governance, they decided to declare independence. The intention was to become the 14th federal state. In 1785, Greeneville was named the permanent capital of the State of Franklin. While the original Capitol is gone, there is a replica cabin building at Bicentennial Park (between Town Hall and the Library). While the State of Franklin only lasted for a few years, it is an important part of our area's heritage and frontier spirit. Learn more about details about the State of Franklin from Greene County Historian, Tim Massey, and other experts. Partner organizations, who will set up informational booths and/or participate in programming, include the Andrew Johnson National Historic Site, the David Crockett Birthplace State Park, Overmountain Victory Trail Association, and others. There will be a presentation about the history of the state at 11:00 am and a mock session at the cabin at 2:00 pm. Children's activities will be available, as well as a food vendor, and more. This event page will be updated with additional details soon!
4 months ago, Town of Greeneville
240th Anniversary of the State of Franklin
Congratulations, again, to Capt. Jonathan Gray on your retirement from Greeneville Fire Department!
4 months ago, Town of Greeneville
Jonathan Gray with leadership
Jonathan Gray and Patsy Fuller
Jonathan Gray and Chief Shipley
Check out the Roby Fitzgerald Adult Center April calendar. 💐Please note that the Center is closed this week due to the installation of new flooring, but there are still plenty of activities going on in April!
4 months ago, Town of Greeneville
April 2024 Calendar
March 19, 2024: Inspiring tomorrow's leaders today: The Greeneville Youth Commission shadowed Town of Greeneville employees from various departments. The Youth Commission is comprised of Greeneville High School students who want to learn more about local government and town departments. #youth #leadership #youthcommission #Greeneville #GreenevilleTN
4 months ago, Town of Greeneville
job shadowing
job shadowing
job shadowing
job shadowing
job shadowing
March 8, 2024: This week recognizes Women Of Aviation Worldwide. We asked Angela Alley, Manager of the Greeneville Municipal Airport, if she could tell us a little bit about her experience in the industry and how young people can get involved in aviation. Her experience might surprise you! Angela said, "My aviation experience is more unconventional and started when I learned to skydive in 2007. This led me to eventually become a tandem skydive instructor and have my own skydiving business for nearly 10 years. In my 17 years as a skydiver, I have over 4,000 jumps and have traveled to many countries to skydive. I have been to Egypt as a tandem instructor twice for events supporting Muslim women to skydive over the Pyramids. My familiarity with the local airport recently led me to become the airport manager, a role in which I am still learning and growing. A good resource for young people would be to attend an EAA Young Eagles event for an introductory flight. Those events are offered about one Saturday per month during the summer starting in May." Photos include one of Angela's passengers on her most recent trip to Egypt in October. The other one shows a wide view of the Pyramids with skydivers above them. Please check back with us or the Greeneville Municipal Airport to learn more about these opportunities! For more information on Women Of Aviation Worldwide Week, visit their website: #aviation #womeninaviation #municipalairport #economicdevelopment #flight #skydiving #skydives
4 months ago, Town of Greeneville
tandem skydive over the pyramids
skydive over the pyramids