Lynnville, TN

"Striving to be the best small town in America"

Welcome to Lynnville, TN

We have started a monthly newsletter designed to inform, encourage and unite our community.  The Lynnville Line first edition can be read by clicking the button below.  We hope you enjoy it and we would love to receive your feedback.
The Lynnville Line newsletter will keep you up-to-date on the monthly meetings of the Board of Mayor and Alderman, upcoming events, and other things. 
If you have a citizen of the Lynnville community that you would like to place in the spotlight, or if have an upcoming event you would like to advertise, please just let us know.  We would also welcome stories from days gone by and photos to help us remember the good ole days.  Please call Angie or Dawn here at Lynnville City Hall (931) 527-3158 if you would like to submit something for the newsletter.

Welcome To Our New Secretary

The City of Lynnville would like to introduce our new Secretary, Dawn Baron.  Dawn is a great asset to City Hall.  Her main focus is the Water Department.  She will be answering your calls and questions concerning your water bills as well as taking your payments.  She will also be working on Tuesdays and Thursdays enabling City Hall to open Monday through Friday instead of only three days a week.  Dawn has lived in Lynnville since 2014 and she has grown to love the town of Lynnville.  Feel free to stop in to say hello and introduce yourself to Dawn. 

Lynnville Hires New Police Chief

Chief Steve Jones was hired in January to serve  and protect our community.  Chief Jones is retired from the Maury County Sheriff's Department where he has served for the past 17 years.

The phone number for the Lynnville Police Department is (931) 908-0088.  The City Police cell phone number is (931) 922-1646.  If you can't reach Chief Jones on either of these numbers, you can always contact City Hall at (931) 527-3158.  In case of an emergency when Chief Jones is off duty you should dial 911.

Lynnville Calls For Volunteers

Spring is on the horizon and that means it is going to be the time for Spring cleaning around the beautiful town of Lynnville.  There are many projects that need to be worked on but unfortunately, the workers are few.  There is a list of beautification projects in City Hall which range from painting, light carpentry work, basic cleaning, etc.  There are projects available for every skill level.  Working together towards one goal always helps us fell involved and connected to our community.  This would also be a great opportunity for any students who are looking to fulfill community service hours for the Tennessee Promise Program.  We would also welcome Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts who need projects to earn badges.  Church youth groups are welcome as well.  If you would like to find out about some of the project work we have available, please feel free to stop by City Hall or give us a call at (931) 527-3158.