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   PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT:
Lawrenceburg Regional Planning Commission will hold their regular meeting on May 12, 2016 at 5:00 PM in the Council Meeting Room at the City of
Lawrenceburg Municipal Complex, 25 Public Square.
AGENDA
1.    Site Plan – Jeff Kerstiens/Pop’s Bait Shop – W. Gaines Street
2.    Request for rezone – SDS Properties – E. Gaines Street
3.    Site Plan – SDS Properties – E. Gaines Street
4.    Any other business to come  before the board

  PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT:  The Board of Mayor and Council of the City of Lawrenceburg has scheduled an informational meeting after the regular Council Meeting on April 28, 2016 for the second phase of paving on Springer Road from Weakley Creek to Crews Street; and Highway 64 to First Street.  Discussion should begin around 9:00 a.m. at the end of the City Council Meeting.  All interested parties are invited to attend.

   PUBLIC HEARING – Zoning Ordinance Number 1172:  There will be a Public Hearing before the Board of Mayor and Council on Thursday, May 12, 2016 at 8:30 am in the Council Meeting Room at the Lawrenceburg Municipal Complex, located at 25 Public Square.  The purpose of this meeting is to consider Zoning Ordinance Number 1172 on second reading to establish a schedule of fees for planning, zoning and permitting.

  Lawrenceburg City Administrator Chris Shaffer says city leaders are excited about the opportunity to bring a unique recreational activity to Scout Park and Hope Springs Park.
   The city has partnered with avid disc golfer Josh Braswell and others to develop the two, nine-hole courses. Shaffer says the courses should attract visitors to the city and provide a great, outdoor activity for citizens. He added that the parks provide a beautiful, natural setting for players. Both are currently located in flood plains, which limits the ability to build in or otherwise develop the areas.

  PLASTIC BAGS REQUIRED FOR LEAF PICK UP
The City of Lawrenceburg Sanitation Department wishes to advise citizens that leaves are to be placed in plastic bags for pick up by the Department.  No leaves are to be placed in the gutter, over a storm drain or in the street.   You may place bagged leaves and brush together in your yard near the curb or street.  
We wish to thank everyone for your assistance in keeping the storm drains and gutters clear.  Clear gutters help prevent flooding of your property and your neighbor’s property during heavy rains.

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Welcome to the City of Lawrenceburg's Web Site.  We invite everyone to learn about the City of Lawrenceburg through this media.  And we extend an invitation to all those viewers that have not visited our fair city to visit us soon.

Lawrenceburg's population is approximately 14,000.   Our city is mixed with small town friendliness and big city bustle.   Lawrenceburg is a very neighborly community where citizens and officials work together for continuous growth and prosperity.

We have a strong industrially based economy with abundant service and commercial businesses.  Our local Main Street Organization (National Organization) has worked very hard to keep our downtown vibrant and thriving.   Our many Civic Organizations contribute the seasoning for the successful blend of business and industry in the City of Lawrenceburg.

Our square is alive and well with shopping, banking, antique shops, tourist attractions (David Crockett Statue & Mexican War Monument) with an occasional street fair and fun for all.  Lawrenceburg is the birthplace of Southern Gospel Music and we have recently opened the Vaughan Gospel Music Museum on the square.  There are other tourist attractions within walking distance of the square, one being the Old Jail Museum which is on the National Register of Historical Buildings.   Lawrenceburg also sports a State Park within our city limits.  The David Crockett State Park offers camping, swimming, fishing, picnicking, hiking, and biking with a fine restaurant that often hosts dinner theaters.

Our Art Deco designed Crockett Theater plays host to many local and national talents.  It has hosted many cultural events, with the performers acclaiming their delight after performing in this remarkable acoustically designed theater.

Lawrenceburg is rich in history and ready for the future through technology with high tech industries and education including a local site extension of Columbia State Community College.  Lawrenceburg offers the best in education, medical facilities, housing and entertainment.  Our community offers small town living with big city goals and opportunities.  A good place to call home.

Stop in and visit for a while, you may want to stay a lifetime.

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Welcome
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Quality of Life
Reasons to call Lawrenceburg home.
Real Estate and Relocation
Beautiful homes and amenities.
Education
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Parks and Recreation
David Crockett State park is in the city limits.
Economic Development
Our balanced economic picture.

Economic Development

The City of Lawrenceburg and Lawrence County partners with the Lawrence County Chamber of Commerce to provide comprehensive Economic Development services to our existing businesses and companies that are considering the establishment of new operations in Lawrence County.
For help with your company¹s needs, please contact Ethan Hadley or the Chamber of Commerce.

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Our Location

Lawrenceburg and Lawrence County are located approximately 85 miles southwest of Nashville. 

Tennessee State Highway's 43 and 64 connect the Lawrence County Area with major arterial and interstate highways.  Interstate 65 is about 40 miles North East. 

Over 50% of the U.S. population is located within 600 miles of Lawrenceburg and Lawrence County. 

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Airport Information

The Lawrenceburg/Lawrence County Airport has the mission of serving general aviation and commercial customers with personal and professional service.

Fuel services are available (Avgas/100LL and JetA fuel), attended daily from 8:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M. The Airport runway is 5,003 ft. long and 100 ft. wide. The runway strength is 25,000 lbs maximum weight for single-wheel airplanes and 37,000 lbs for dual-wheel airplanes.

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Employment Opportunities

Job seekers should contact the South Central Tennessee Workforce Alliance and follow links on Job Seekers until you find all the information you need.

You can go to the state site in that link and then follow to Lawrence County and surrounding areas. There is a lot of job information on the state site also.

Contact the Career Center Staff in Lawrenceburg.

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