Welcome to the City of Maryville
Maryville is located at the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains and has a population of more than 27,000 people. It has a small town atmosphere. The city government's goal is to continue to enhance the quality of life of our residents.
Click on ET Index to see the region's economic indicators and quality of life statistics
You Need to Know!
Celebrate the 4th of July Safely!
Remember fireworks are prohibited in the City of Maryville. Click here to read the ordinance.
July Events and Meetings
July 3- City Offices and Operations Center closed for Independence Day Holiday. Friday trash collection will be on Monday, July 6th. Recycling Centers will be open on Friday but closed on Saturday, July 4th.
July 7 - City Council Meeting 7 p.m. Public Hearings begin at 6:42 p.m.
July 16- Board of Zoning Appeals 5 p.m.
July 20- Maryville Regional Planning Commission 5 p.m.
July 21- Downtown Design Review Board 4:30 p.m.
July 21- Historic Zoning Commission 5:30 p.m.
Nineteen Streets Set for Repaving
Maryville's annual street resurfacing is set to begin Monday, June 29, weather permitting. The work will be completed in three to four weeks beginning with the streets around Maryville High School. People who live on the streets around the school will need to park in the school lots or in their driveway while paving takes place. The streets include:
--Court Street from Church Street to Wilkinson Pike;
--South Cedar Street from West Broadway Avenue to Mountain View Avenue;
--Lawrence Avenue from South Cedar Street to Cunningham Street;
--Highland Avenue from Cunningham Street to Curtis Street;
--White Avenue from South Cedar Street to South Magnolia Street
--Circle Drive from Highland Avenue to the end;
--Winter Street from McGhee Street to the end;
--South Everett High Road from East Broadway Avenue to Wales Avenue;
--Everett Avenue from East Broadway Avenue to Keeble Street;
--South Foothills Plaza Drive from Foothills Mall Drive to a private street;
--Morganton Road from Foothills Mall Drive to Big Springs Road;
--Belfast Street from U.S. 321 to the end;
--North Dunlap Street from U.S. 321 to the end;
--South Fourth Street from East Broadway Avenue to Jett Road;
--Landau Drive from North Houston Street to the end;
--North Houston Street from U.S. 321 to Landau Drive;
--Auburn Drive from U.S. 321 to the end;
--John Lee Brewer Road from U.S. 321 to the end;
--Curtis Street from West Broadway Avenue to Lawrence Avenue.
Click Here to read about new development questions on Highway 321/Lamar Alexander Parkway.