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Collierville Town Offices Closed on Labor Day, September 4th

closed on labor day 2017 optCollierville Town offices will be closed Monday, September 4, 2017 in observance of Labor Day. In the event of an emergency, dial 911.

The Sanitation collection schedule for the week will be as follows:
Garbage, Recyclables, and Commercial routes will be picked up the day after your regular collection day. There will be no appliance pick up on Thursday, September 7th. The next available appliance pick up will be Thursday, September 14th.

Time to Get Creative with the Fire Prevention Poster Contest

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Bring out your markers, crayons, colored pencils, paints, glue, tissue paper, and any other art supplies, for the Collierville Fire Department is making preparations for its annual Fire Prevention Poster Contest. The CFD wants everyone in grades Kindergarten through 12th to participate!

This year's theme for Fire Prevention Week is "Every Second Counts; Plan 2 Ways Out." In a fire, seconds count. Seconds can mean the difference between escaping safely from a fire, or having lives end in tragedy. This year’s theme reinforces why everyone needs to have an escape plan.

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Sound as a Bell – Newly Restored Frisco Bell on Display at Morton Museum

bell in Morton Museum optThe bell of the Frisco 1351 locomotive not only shines again from the outside, but rings out from within, as it was originally intended. The Frisco 1351 Project has been a community-wide effort to bring every part of the locomotive back to its original charm.

The bell restoration process began when the 2017 Leadership Collierville class chose to repair the bell as their class project. Every year, Leadership Collierville participants engage in a community project to help enhance the Town of Collierville.

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Five Collierville Students Make Tennessee’s Top 100 Readers List

SShetty1 optFive young students in Collierville have been chosen among the Top 100 Readers in Tennessee by First Lady Crissy Haslam.

The Read to be Ready Summer Reading Competition started on June 1st and ended on July 28th. Students in kindergarten to 4th grade were challenged to keep track of how much time they spent reading during their summer vacation and to submit the times to the contest.

The winners attended a Kid’s State Dinner at the Tennessee Residence in Nashville on Friday, August 18. Collierville’s winners include 6-year-old Sunaina S. Shetty (pictured). Sunaina logged 150 hours reading time, or approximately 277 books this summer. She enjoys all kinds of books, but likes fiction the best.

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August Town Beautiful Winners

Hearthstone optHomeowner's Association of the Month - Hearthstone

Pictured, left to right: Felicia Stonework, Vice President; Charlene Bailey, Board member; Mark Woods, Secretary; Tiffany Boyd, HOA President; Scott Campbell, Treasurer; and Lance Hepner, Collierville Town Beautiful Commission.

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City Hall Selfie Day is Much More than Smiling Faces

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If you happen to follow the Town of Collierville on any social media platforms, you likely scrolled through a barrage of “city hall selfies” from Town employees on August 15, 2017. In its second year, City Hall Selfie Day is a way for local municipal employees across the nation (even spanning into other countries) to take pride in their government service and to engage with the residents of their community.

“We participated in City Hall Selfie Day to show rest of the country, and the world, that Collierville is a progressive municipality,” said Mark Heuberger, Town of Collierville Public Information Officer.

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Collierville Burch Library Does Brisk Business with STEM Kit Backpacks

stem backbacks optIf you haven’t heard of STEM, you probably don’t know what a STEM kit is. But there are plenty of people who do, and some of their names are on a waiting list at the Collierville Burch Library.

STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. While these aren’t new subjects in schools or libraries, the STEM approach to teaching them allows students to apply the skills they’re learning to hands on projects and real life situations.

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Applications Being Accepted for the Shelby County Citizens’ University

ShelbySeal optThe Shelby County Mayor's Office is now accepting applications for the next session of the Shelby County Citizens' University, September 14th through November 30th.

"Citizens get a behind-the-scenes look at Shelby County Government and how their tax dollars are spent," says Shelby County Mayor Mark H. Luttrell, Jr.

The eleven-week course will be held on Thursdays from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m. at many Shelby County Government facilities. Presentations include: 

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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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FY 17-18 Budget in Brief

"It is my privilege to report the FY 2017-18 budget is balanced and I am very pleased to report that the budget DOES NOT include a property tax increase. The total FY2017-18 General Fund Budget is $57,264,741 and our expected revenue for the fiscal year is $58,390,823. The Budget in Brief highlights initiatives, programs and services that distinguish Collierville as one of the most desirable communities in the Mid-South in which to live and work." - Mayor Stan Joyner

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      500 Poplar View Parkway
      Collierville, TN 38017

      Mon – Fri: 8AM – 5PM
      Phone: 901-457-2200

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