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.
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Rape Aggression Defense Course Offered
The City of Maryville Police Department will offer the nationally recognized Rape Aggression Defense (RAD) course free of charge on August 14, 15, and 16. The 3-day, twelve hour course is part of the Police Department’s Community Policing program to citizens.
The objective of the course is to develop and enhance options of self-defense for women. It is based on a defense system that does not require extensive training or exceptional physical prowess. RAD has been taught on college campuses across the nation, as well as to women’s groups, including senior citizens.
The RAD class will take place at the Maryville Police Department located at the Maryville Municipal Center, 400 West Broadway Avenue. The Thursday, August 14 class and Friday, August 15 class will be held from 6-9 p.m. The final class on Saturday, August 16 will take place at Maryville High School from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Advance registration is required due to the limited class size. People who are interested in the RAD class must come to the Maryville Police Department to register. For further details, call Officer Debbie Yarnell at 273-3999, extension 2720.
August Meetings & Events
August 5- City Council Meeting 7 p.m. AGENDA
August 5- Maryville Regional Planning Commission Called Meeting- 5 p.m. AGENDA
August 15-Maryville Regional Planning Commission- 5 p.m.
August 19- Downtown Design Review Board 4:30 p.m.
August 19- Historic Zoning Commission 5:30 p.m.
August 21- Board of Zoning Appeals
Come to Community Appreciation Cookout
The Maryville Police Department invites the public to its annual Community Appreciation cookout on Tuesday, August 5th as part of the National Night program held across the nation.
The event will begins 6 p.m. at the Theater in the Park. There will hot dogs, chips, and drinks, free of charge and a registry for prizes.
The cookout combines family fun with educational activities for both kids and adults. Displays will include S.W.A.T., Animal Control, Community Policing, and the Detective Unit. Parents can also have their children participate in the free National Child Identification Fingerprinting.