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The Mission of the Town of Somerville is to promote and improve our quality of living, enhance our sense of community, nurture the health, safety and welfare of our community, all the while,  preserving the integrity of our small town values. We are committed to providing excellence in all services for all citizens, businesses, and visitors, through constant improvement and determination. We strive to sustain the public trust through open and responsive government, and we encourage public participation from our citizens and businesses.

 

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We are so proud of our very own Dylan Peterson and Paul Perry, employees of the Town of Somerville, receiving their High School Equivalency Diplomas today from Fayette Literacy, located at U. T. Martin Somerville! Congratulations to all of these graduates for their hard work a determination! Read More
Elected Officials from 7 Towns learned the importance of utility management and their responsibilities Read More
University of Memphis Design Collaborative and the Town of Somerville hosted a Walking Tour of the Town Square on Tuesday, July 30th Read More
Town of Somerville Board of Mayor and Aldermen thrilled to honor Butch and Carolyn Rhea for the donation of the beautiful, historic, framed photos of the Town of Somerville for the UT Martin Somerville Center Community Room! Read More
How the Census Benefits Our Community Federal funds, grants and support to states, counties and communities are based on population totals and breakdowns by sex, age, race and other factors. Your community benefits the most when the census counts everyone. When you respond to the census, you help y Read More
MARTIN, Tenn. – Kavarius Hester is rightfully proud of the Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice degree that he received May 4 during commencement exercises at the University of Tennessee at Martin. His accomplishment was also a point of pride for students, faculty and staff at the UT Martin So Read More
After 11 months of intensive classes and testing, the Town of Somerville is adding another Certified Municipal Financial Officer (CMFO) to their staff! Read More
The Philip Trauernicht Annual Scholarship was created in memoriam of Philip Trauernicht. A native Tennessean, Philip spent three decades dedicating his career to economic and community development throughout Tennessee. His service and dedication supported the creation of thousands of jobs and millio Read More
We could not be more proud of Town of Somerville Police Chief, David Webb and our Town of Somerville Public Works Department for being an integral part of bringing Uplift the Vote to Fayette County! Read More
Town of Somerville Police Dept. took first place out of the top 5 officers nominated from across the state. The Town of Somerville, congratulates Officer Salto for the professional service and dedication he provides the community. Read More
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Town of Somerville | P.O. Box 909 | 13085 N. Main Street Somerville, TN 38068  |  Phone: (901) 465-9500  |  Fax: (901) 465-7320
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Summer Movie Series: 8:00 PM
Special Called Meeting to Discuss Firehouse Plan: 6:00 PM
Board of Zoning Appeals: 6:00 PM
Board of Mayor and Aldermen Workshop: 7:00 PM
Fayette County Chamber of Commerce Luncheon: 11:30 AM
Fayette Academy First Day of School: 8:00 AM
Fayette County Public Schools First Day of School: 8:00 AM
Board of Mayor and Aldermen Meeting: 7:00 PM
Planning Commission Meeting: 7:00 PM