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Posted on: January 7, 2021

REVISED PUBLIC NOTICE

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 REVISED PUBLIC NOTICE

COOKEVILLE CITY COURT IN-PERSON COURT PROCEEDINGS SUSPENDED THROUGH JANUARY  29, 2021.

   In light of the recent record number of COVID-19 cases and related hospitalizations in Tennessee, and the is...

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Posted on: December 23, 2020

PUBLIC NOTICE COOKEVILLE CITY COUNCIL MEETINGS/WORK SESSIONS

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PUBLIC NOTICE

COOKEVILLE CITY COUNCIL MEETINGS/WORK SESSIONS

         NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to all residents of Cookeville, Tennessee, and to all persons interested that, to protect the health, safety, and welfa...

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Community News
Posted on: December 22, 2020

Treatment Plant Operator Magazine Article Focuses on City of Cookeville

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The City of Cookeville Wastewater Treatment Plant was featured in Treatment Plant Operator magazine this month, December 2020.  Divide and Conquer Describes This Facility's' Approach to Nitrogen and Phosphorus. Innovations inclu...

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Community News
Posted on: December 18, 2020

PUBLIC NOTICE - Change in Adopted Building Codes

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The City of Cookeville Codes Department has adopted the 2018 International Building Code and will be using the new codes effective January 1, 2021. Codes were adopted per state regulations.   Current permits issued prior to January 1, 2021 will f...

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Community News
Posted on: December 10, 2020

Public Notice - Upcoming Changes to the City of Cookeville Customer Service Policies

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Below is an overview of revisions to the Customer Service utility services policies that was recently passed by the Cookeville City Council.  The New Policy Manual may be reviewed here.New Service Requests:• Requests for new service received afte...

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Community News
Posted on: November 30, 2020

Winterizing Your Home to Prevent Water Line Freeze Damage

Winterizing Your Home to Prevent Water Line Freeze Damage

  1. Close all foundation vents.
  2. Disconnect garden hoses from outside water faucets.
  3. Protect freeze-prone faucets with insulating covers.
  4. Eliminate sources of cold air near water lines.
  5. Know where your main water shut-off valve is located in case of a line break.
  6. P...
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Posted on: March 13, 2020

Avoid the lines and pay your utility bill in other ways.

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The City of Cookeville is aware that some of its utility customers may be experiencing a heightened concern about conducting daily business that requires them to be in the general public.  As such, the City would like to remind all of its utility...

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Posted on: January 8, 2021

'Two-Wheeled Wonders' exhibit opens Jan. 16 at Cookeville History Museum

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COOKEVILLE – Back in 2019, they brought microcars for what turned out to be the Cookeville History Museum’s best-attended exhibit to date.

Now, Nashville’s Lane Motor Museum is returning to share more of its collection – this time, motorcycles and scooters...

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Leisure Services
Posted on: January 6, 2021

WestSide scavenging fun returns Jan. 9, Feb. 13, March 13

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COOKEVILLE – “Scavengers” will be exploring Cookeville’s historic WestSide district this Saturday.

With a cell phone in one hand and a paper with tiny images and clues in the other, they’ll be easy to spot ...

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Leisure Services
Posted on: January 5, 2021

Father-Daughter Date Night cancelled for 2021, virtual activities planned

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COOKEVILLE – Cookeville Leisure Services’ annual Father-Daughter Date Night has been restructured for 2021.

“Father-Daughter Date Night has been a beloved community tradition for over 30 years,” Cara Sheets, Leisure ...

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Leisure Services
Posted on: December 16, 2020

Cane Creek Park’s trout offer cold-water fishing opportunities

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COOKEVILLE – Winter brings more than frigid temperatures to Cane Creek Park.

It also brings trout.

Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency released 1,500 rainbow trout into the park’s 56-acre lake Dec. 9 and will return Jan. 20 to release approximately 1,500 mo...

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Posted on: November 10, 2020

Cane Creek Park acquiring 31 acres

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COOKEVILLE – Soon there will be more of Cookeville’s largest and most-visited park to love.

Cane Creek Park on CC Camp Road is gaining 31.39 acres, bringing the total size of the park complex – which includes a recreation cent...

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Posted on: January 13, 2021

RESIDENTIAL GARBAGE COLLECTION FOR MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. DAY

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City of Cookeville residential garbage collection will not run Monday, January 18th.
Monday routes will be collected on Tuesday, January 19th. Carts must be out at
the street by 7:00 am.

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