1. News & Events
  1. Mayor Blake Lay

    Mayor Minute

    Be proud of our hometown: Lawrenceburg I read a quote recently that caused me to pause for a moment and think about Lawrenceburg from a different perspective: “Be proud of your hometown. It’s a big part of what makes you the person you are.” Read on...
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    Reservations Required for Camping at Veteran's Park

    Effective July 1, 2020 All campsites must be reserved. Campsites are $20/night and must be paid upon arrival. If you have any questions, please call Lawrenceburg Parks and Recreation at 931-762-4231. Read on...
  3. Lawrenceburg Municipal Building

    Construction on new downtown sidewalks to begin this month

    Construction on the TDOT funded sidewalk project in downtown Lawrenceburg is scheduled to begin this month. The project will be completed in phases, starting with the south east quadrant of the Square where the Lawrenceburg Municipal Complex is located. Read on...
  4. Downtown Lawrenceburg

    Lawrenceburg Municipal Complex to Remain Closed for Sidewalk Construction

    LAWRENCEBURG, Tenn. – Construction on the grant funded sidewalk project in downtown Lawrenceburg is scheduled to begin this month. The project will be completed in phases, so only one quadrant of the Square at a time will be under construction. Read on...
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    Driver's License Office Closed Indefinitely

    The driver's license located at the Municipal Building: 25 Public Square, Lawrenceburg, TN will be shut down indefinitely. We apologize for any inconvenience. Until this office is reopened, please visit the Columbia or Fayetteville office. Read on...
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    2020 Stimulus Package for COVID-19

    Do you have questions about the 2020 Stimulus Package for COVID-19 and/or questions about the virus in general? The link in this article may contain the info you are looking for. Read on...
  7. Vaughan Quartet Festival

    Vaughan Music Festival Returns

    Cancelled due to Covid-19 ; 2020 JAMES D. VAUGHAN QUARTET FESTIVAL! The birthplace of southern gospel music, Lawrenceburg, TN host the 20th annual all quartet festival beginning on Wednesday July 22 and continuing through Saturday July 25. Read on...
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    Have Lunch With Your Mayor

    Mayor Lay invites the citizens of Lawrenceburg to lunch with him the fourth Thursday of each month @11:30 - Dutch treat at various locations. Lunch with the Mayor will be at Society on March 26. Please join the Mayor for a lively and informative lunch. Read on...
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