ATTENTION: Due to Thanksgiving Day, the Thursday trash route will be picked up on Wednesday. Please have your cans out by 7 AM Wednesday morning for pickup.
The Town of Englewood's Employee of the Month
award goes to:
Nick Purkey has been with the Town of Englewood since Oct. 8th, 2012
He is our K-9 officer and the Police Sergeant
* The Town of Englewood now has a Facebook page. While this is a way to get news to the community, the official website will remain the main source of information for the town.
Facebook - Town of Englewood, TN
Below Are the Remaining Regular Scheduled Meetings for 2015
2015 Calendar Year Regular Monthly Meetings:
- Meetings are on the 2nd Monday of each month.
- To view all previous Monthly Meeting Agendas and Minutes, please refer to the mayor/board link above.
Fat, oil and grease program. please click on the link for more information FOG
You may view the Natural Gas Public Awareness link under the Departments-Natural Gas Section.
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.
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.