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.
You Need to Know!
2014 Meetings & Events
Closed Good Friday
City offices, Recycling Centers, and Operations Center will be closed on April 18th in observance of Good Friday. NOTE: Friday, April 18th garbage will be collected the following Monday, April 21st.
City Announces Road Resurfacing for Spring
Click below to see the list of streets to be resurfaced this Spring. They are located in the Windridge subdivision.
Do you have an irrigation system?
The City of Maryville Water Quality Control Department will begin conducting their annual inspections of commercial and residential lawn irrigation backflow preventers beginning the first week of May 2014.
Maryville Fire Department Re-accredited
Maryville Fire Department received their re-accreditation approval at a recent meeting of the Center for Public Safety Excellence (CPSE). Pictured from left to right: CPSE Chairman of the Board, Allan Cain; Maryville Public Safety Director Tony J. Crisp; Maryville Captain Mike Caylor and the City's Re-accreditation Leader, Rick Fagan.
Maryville Fire Department received reaccreditation in early March at the Center for Public Safety Excellence Conference. Re-accreditation takes place every 5 years.
There are 715 fire departments in the state of Tennessee and only four are accredited. Maryville and Alcoa are two of those with that status and Maryville is one out of 187 fire departments with this worldwide distinction.
A Piece of Maryville History
MPD Offers Collision Avoidance Training for TeenageDrivers
This class is especially designed for teen drivers. It is split into two days of training with the first class being held at the Maryville Police Department on Friday, May 30th from 6-10 p.m. The Saturday, May 31st class will be held from 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. at the Blount County Sheriff’s Training Facility. Participants must be at least 16 years of age, hold a valid driver’s license, and have auto insurance.There is a $60 fee for the class that covers the licensing and material costs for the program.
Maryville Named One of Top Ten Safest Places to Live in Tennessee
Movato Real Estate recently completed an analysis regarding what cities/towns in each of our 50 states are the safest and which are ones that should be avoided. When looking at Tennessee, the City of Maryville ranked number 9 in the list of safest places in our state among cities with a population of 10,000 or more.