Town of Collierville
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Collierville’s Public Services Department Steps it Up as Harvey’s Tailwinds Pass through Town

storm prep ditch clearing optThe residual rain and wind from Hurricane Harvey blew through Collierville on Thursday, August 31. Between noon and midnight, about 5.65 inches of rain fell on the Town.

That figure is the average of the recorded inches at five of Collierville’s rain gauge sites, the heaviest being 6.3 inches. The Town has 26 sewer pumping stations, and all but four had high alarm levels with all pumps running.

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Town Receives $2 Million Grant for Neighborhood Drainage Work

drainage grant optThe Town of Collierville will soon be able to start work on some street drainage improvement projects due to receiving a $2, 215, 743.00 grant from the Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development.

The grant is part of leftover monies from the 2011 Disaster Relief Fund that was given to Shelby County after severe flooding. This is the third and final round of money from the fund.

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Dispose Electronic Waste and Paper Documents Safely with the Collierville Environmental Commission

FB Event Banner CEC Electronic Disposal Day 2017 optCollierville residents and businesses are invited to dispose any unwanted electronics to the Collierville Environmental Commission on September 23, 2017 from 9:00am - 1:00pm in the Collierville High School parking lot. In addition to the electronic waste disposal, visitors may also bring up to 2 boxes of paper (loose paper only, not books or binders) for secure shredding service; a Certificate of Destruction can be provided.

Electronic waste items that ARE accepted:

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September Town Beautiful Winners

Creekside optHomeowners Beautification Award - Creekside
Suzanne Hollenbeck, HOA Secretary.; Brian Etz, HOA Vice President.; Todd Hollenbeck, HOA President; Lance Hepner, Chairman, Collierville Town Beautiful Commission

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New Trash Compactor is Crushing It at Public Services Transfer Station

new compactor optWhen the trash compactor was moved into the Collierville Public Services Transfer Station in the early 1980s, the Town of Collierville had a population of 7,839 residents. After decades of compacting garbage for a growing community, the equipment was retired over the weekend and replaced with a newer, 21st Century model to serve today’s 50,000 residents.

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Collierville Parks, Recreation and Cultural Arts Department Asks for Hall of Fame Nominations

first collierville parks hall of fame inductees optThe Collierville Parks, Recreation and Cultural Arts (CPRCA) Department is accepting nominations for its 2017 Hall of Fame. Do you know someone who has given of their time and energy to make Collierville’s recreational and cultural activities possible and memorable for Town residents? Do you know someone who serves on a committee or board and makes decisions that make Collierville parks more engaging and interesting and every year?

Those are the people we’re looking for.

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Couple Up to Frisco Locomotive 1351 Fundraiser and Win $500

frisco collierville art contest optThe Friends of the Morton Museum of Collierville History in support of the restoration of Frisco’s steam locomotive 1351 located in Collierville’s Town Square, invite artists to submit original interpretations of the Frisco 1351. A $500 dollar first place prize will be awarded, according to Ms. Kay Stamps, president of the Friends of the Morton Museum.

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The Collierville Burch Library Asks: What’s in your Wallet?

library card optThis September, the Collierville Burch Library is joining with the American Library Association and libraries nationwide for Library Card Sign-up Month, an initiative to make sure that every student has the most important school supply of all – a free library card.

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Centers for Disease Control Conducts Health and Nutrition Survey in Shelby County - Includes Collierville

cdc health survey logo optThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has chosen Shelby County to take part in a national survey about the health of people living in the U.S. The National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES) will be conducted by the National Center for Health Statistics, a division of the CDC.

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