Welcome to the City of Maryville, Tennessee
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Public Meetings Calendar and Agendas
June 6 - City Council Meeting 7 p.m. - Agenda
June 12 - Downtown Design Review Board Meeting 5 p.m. - Agenda
June 12 - Historic Zoning Commission Meeting 6 p.m. - Agenda
June 15 - Maryville Board of Zoning Appeals Meeting 5 p.m. - MEETING CANCELLED*
June 19 - Maryville Municipal Planning Commission Meeting 5 p.m. - Agenda
June 22 - City Council Called Meeting 5:30 p.m. -
* No applications were received so the meeting has been cancelled.
A note concerning agendas for monthly public meetings:
The agendas for all public meetings are subject to change, and are posted on the calendar above when they are finalized. (Click on the word "Agenda" next to the meeting you are interested in). If changes are necessary, for example, if a citizen has submitted an application and withdraws their application, the agenda will be changed and reposted. In situations where there is only one application and it is withdrawn, the meeting will be cancelled. The City Council meeting is the only public meeting that will not be cancelled but may be postponed if the first Tuesday of the month falls on a holiday.
Unless otherwise noted, all public meetings will be held in the Council Chambers - 400 W. Broadway Ave. For more information, contact 273-3401.
IMPORTANT PROPERTY TAX INFORMATION:
The Blount County Property Assessor will be sending Assessment Change Notices out to all city and county property owners the week of April 24, 2023. The notice may reflect a change in the property’s assessed value. Just as a note, the city doesn’t set the assessed value. All questions related to this notice should be directed to the Blount County Assessor at (865) 273-5879 or email@example.com.
This is a reappraisal year, which means assessments can change (as set by the Blount County Assessor) as well as the tax rate that is set by the Blount County Commission and the Maryville City Council.
NEW! See the calendar below to determine when to place your junk at the curb.
Always separate brush from household junk.
Brush (loose leaves, sticks, and twigs) can be recycled and made into mulch. However, if brush is mixed together with junk, even a small amount of junk, it all must go to the landfill.
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Current Traffic and Road Closing Notifications
Notifications of reported road closings and other city news.