Maryville Police Department
Maryville Animal Control is a division of the Maryville Police Department and is responsible for the welfare of animals within the city of Maryville. Animal Control officers provide field services seven (7) days a week. These services include nuisance wildlife removal from humane live traps, complaint investigation, quarantined animal monitoring, stray animal pick-up, city parks patrol, citations, court appearances, and issuance of pet licenses.
Hours of Operation
Public Hours for Animal Identification and Reclaim or Adoption
Monday - Friday 1:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Saturday 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
426 Home Ave.
Animal Control Services
Monday - Sunday 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.
After-Hours Emergency Dispatch
(injured animals, aggressive animals, other emergencies)
Animal Control loans out traps to city residents who need to catch a stray or wild animal. For more information please contact the animal shelter at 681-2241.
Citizens may also contact Animal Control via email:
Sgt. Eddie King - firstname.lastname@example.org
Animal Adoption Information
Partnering with local animal welfare organizations, the city of Maryville is pleased to offer adoption services for animals who are available after a waiting period.
Animals under the care of Maryville Animal Control may be adopted out after the fifth day provided the owner of the animal is unknown or has failed to come forward to claim his/her animal.
Each fee includes having your new pet spayed or neutered and a one-year rabies vaccine
Special thanks to the Blount County Humane Society for their efforts in finding our animals their forever homes.