By order of the Governor, flags over the State Capitol and all State office buildings are to be lowered to half-staff from sunrise to sunset on Tuesday, August 22, in honor and memory of U.S. Army Staff Sergeant William Turner of Nashville. Staff Sergeant Turner made the ultimate sacrifice while serving in World War II and will finally be laid to rest after nearly 75 years.
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Front Street will be closed Saturday, August 19th from 5:30pm - 9:30pm from the round-a-bout down to College St for the BBQ Fest.
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Thursday, August 17 and Tuesday, August 22 through Wednesday August 23, from 8PM to 5AM: There will be alternating lane closures on U.S. 41 (U.S.70S, S.R.1) Westbound and Eastbound from Ken Pilkerton Drive to Florence Road for Fog Sealing and Shoulder Stone Operations. One lane will remain open in each direction throughout the duration.
Smyrna Library will be closed August 21st through September 5th for renovations. The book drop will still be available. Patrons can use any of the other Linebaugh Library System branches during this time. The renovations are Phase III of the Spruce Up the Library project and will include new carpet and tile in the main area of the library.
A lane closure will take place Wednesday, August 16th from 9am-1pm at 520 Huntley Industrial Dr. They will be applying the final topping of pavement at the entrance. One lane will remain open at all times. Workers will be present to help minimize the impact on traffic flow.
Beginning September 7th, the Smyrna Planning Commission Meetings will begin at 5:00pm. The Planning Commission meets on the first Thursday of each month at 315 South Lowry Street. Read More to learn the ways you can view these meetings.
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The Town of Smyrna is anticipating the refunding of several existing bonds. The purpose of the refunding is for debt service savings. The estimated interest savings is approximately $1.2 million dollars. This amount is subject to change as market conditions move.
More than $775,000 has been collected for the Jeff Kuss Memorial! Design discussions are almost complete - probably mid to late Fall for groundbreaking on the project.
As part of our "Adopt-A-Roadway" Program, the Town of Smyrna has officially adopted the portion of Lowry Street from Enon Springs to Mitchell Avenue.