Monday, August 7, 2017, thousands of students started a new school year in Collierville. While these students make their way to class, the Collierville Fire Department wants remind the community to keep safety a priority. Parents and children alike need to know proper safety precautions when traveling to and from school.
Collierville Neighborhoods Take a Stand against Crime during National Night Out
On the night of Tuesday, August 1, 2017, numerous Collierville residents turned on their porch lights and spent time outside with their neighbors as members of the Collierville Police Department, Board, and Town Administration stopped by to visit during National Night Out. Neighborhood gatherings ranged from potlucks to food trucks with plenty of yard games and kids activities in between.
Summer Home Beautiful Winners
Congratulations to Frank and Cindy Kessler on winning the 2017 Summer Home Beautiful Award!! They live at 542 Tribal Land Cove in the Estanaula Trails community. In addition to a beautiful front yard, Cindy also has her backyard blooming with beauty. Visit the Commission's Facebook page "Collierville in Bloom" to see additional photos.This award recognizes homes with a neat exterior appearance and overall curb appeal. Thank you Kessler family for helping to make Collierville a beautiful place to call home!
Do you have young adults leaving for college soon? Gift them with these fire safety tips
If you’ve been shopping lately, you’ve probably seen some almost grown people shopping with their parents and armed with a list; these are college freshmen choosing what they will live with in their first very own space.
Living away from home involves a lot of responsibilities – including keeping your dormitory, apartment or house safe from fire.
When is It Oak-kay to Trim Your Neighbor’s Tree?
The Town of Collierville Grounds and Parks Maintenance Division of the General Services Department covers a lot of ground – 750 acres of parkland, including 18 community and neighborhood parks, 18.5 miles of greenbelt trails, and 36 athletic fields, along with landscaping services for Town facilities, right-of-ways and school grounds – to be exact. Caring for numerous aging trees is part of the process, and the Town wants to keep healthy trees as a beautiful and functional part of our landscape.