2015 Calendar Year Regular Monthly Meetings:
1/12/15;   2/9/15;   3/9/15;   4/13/15;    5/11/15;   6/8/15;   7/13/15;

8/10/15;   9/14/15;   10/12/15;    11/9/15;   12/14/15

 

Meetings are on the 2nd Monday of each Month.

 

The Town of Englewood is accepting applications for a city clerk. THe dutiesof the clerk are to accept and receipt payments such as utility, citation, property taxes and any other payments that are due to the town. Answering the phone and taking appropriate action to forward messages to the correct department, process utility bills and mail them to customers and any other duties to which the clerk is asked to perform. Applicants must be able to multitask and have good communication skills. Must be able to sit and stand for an extensive amount of time and be able to lift at least 25 pounds without difficulty. Experience with Microsoft Word, Outlook and Excel are required. Salary is dependent upon qualifications and will be discussed during the interview process. Please pick up applications at city hall or click the link below to download an application.


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Application Link-application

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Fat, oil and grease program. please click on the link for more information FOG

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 You may view the Natural Gas Public Awareness link under the Departments-Natural Gas Section.

History of Englewood

Englewood was established in 1870, two miles southeast of the location where two railroad lines crossed, and was originally known as Tellico Junction.

Several shops, mills and houses were built to take advantage of the railroad construction. By 1907, the Eureka Cotton Mill moved there and became the primary establishment in town.
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Attention
Absolutely no skateboarding on city property. The city does not have insurance to cover injuries from accidents that may occur from skateboarding. Please do not disregard this notice. If you receive an injury from skateboarding the city will not be liable.

If you are making a citation payment please read the fees that are attached and choose the best option for you. For example if you choose the BIS payment option for a $180.00 citation payment it will cost you $5.40; if you choose the PAYMENTUS option for the same amount you will pay $2.95. This is for information purposes only. It is up to you to decide the best option.




The Town Manager is responsible for the day to day operations of the town, oversees all departments and is responsible for hiring and firing of personnel. The Town Mnager can be contacted at 423-887-7224 or townmanager@townofenglewood.com.

 

 

 

 

The Mayor and Board of Commissioners meet on the second Monday of each month at 6:00 P.M. in the Community Meeting Room located at 101 Carroll Street in Englewood, Tennessee. Public Hearings begin at 5:30 P.M. Citizens are encouraged to attend all town meetings.

 

Link to the 2013 Water Quality Report

Water Quality Report 2013

 

You may view the budget and audit reports under the Mayor/Board section of our website.


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Town of Englewood | 111 South Niota Rd | P.O. Box 150 | Englewood, TN 37329
Office Hours are 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Excluding Holidays and Weekends
Email the Town of Englewood | (423) 887-7224