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Welcome to the Heart of Middle Tennessee

Welcome to the Heart of Middle Tennessee

La Vergne is the gateway to Rutherford County and the neighbor to Nashville, the Country Music Capitol of the World. La Vergne is nestled next to the 14,000-acre Percy Priest Lake offering outdoor recreation opportunities including fishing, boating, and more. The city is ranked sixth in the state for being business-friendly.  We are ranked as the fourth best place in the state of Tennessee for job seekers. In addition, La Vergne was named as the most affordable suburb of a major … Read entire article »


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Get your tickets for the sweetest event in town

Get your tickets for the sweetest event in town

The City of La Vergne””s Parks and Recreation Department is hosting its fourth annual Daddy and Daughter Dance on Saturday, February 6 from 2:00 – 4:00 p.m. in the Multipurpose Building behind City Hall. Young ladies of all ages are invited to put on their dancing shoes and bring their daddy, grandpa, uncle, brother, mother or special adult in their lives to the Multipurpose Building for music, dancing, games, cookies, and quality time. Tickets are $5 per … Read entire article »

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Signups are underway for Spring ball

Signups are underway for Spring ball

The La Vergne Youth Baseball & Softball League (LYBSL) is currently signing up youth for the Spring ball season.  The player fee for T-Ball is $65. All other divisions will be $85. All fees include full uniforms and 12 games (weather permitting), as well as help with paying for umpires, trophies, and field maintenance. “Opening Day is scheduled for Saturday, April … Read entire article »

City Offices Closed Today

City Offices Closed Today

The City of La Vergne offices are closed today due to the weather conditions.  Roadways are hazardous!  Please stay off the roads and travel only if absolutely necessary. … Read entire article »

La Vergne Citizen Police Academy to begin in February

La Vergne Citizen Police Academy to begin in February

Applications are currently being accepted for the La Vergne Citizens Police Academy, scheduled to begin Tuesday, February 16, 2016. Course topics for citizens participating in the Academy include officer selection and training; a tour of the police facility; patrol operations; traffic laws; DUI law and a demonstration on procedures with an impaired driver; criminal, drugs, and narcotics investigations; domestic violence and … Read entire article »

City offering free self-defense classes for women

City offering free self-defense classes for women

* NEW CLASSES ADDED *   The La Vergne Police Department will be hosting two self-defense classes for women on Saturday, February 6 and Saturday, February 27 from 12:00 p.m. (Noon) until 3:00 p.m. in the Board Room at City Hall. The class is called Women’s Awareness and Response (W.A.R).  It will instruct the student on the basic format of how to escape and evade. The … Read entire article »

Police Department increases DUI enforcement over the holiday season

Police Department increases DUI enforcement over the holiday season

If you drink and drive during the next few weeks, holiday decorations will not be the only colorful lights you see. You may see the blue lights of the La Vergne Police Department. The La Vergne Police Department is partnering with the Tennessee Governor’s Highway Safety Office to enhance DUI enforcement from December 18 to January 3. This statewide Booze … Read entire article »

5th annual Parade of Lights

5th annual Parade of Lights

The 5th annual Parade of Lights in La Vergne has been scheduled for Saturday, December 5 at 6:00 p.m. The parade theme is “A Storybook Christmas.” Pastor Randy Berg, pastor of Grace Church in La Vergne has been named grand marshal for the 2015 parade. Pastor Berg is a very active member of the community and participates in many city sponsored … Read entire article »

Frightening feast at La Vergne Public Library

Frightening feast at La Vergne Public Library

The La Vergne Public Library is hosting a frightening feast full of scary snacks at the annual Gross Grub event. The Library will be transformed into a haunted house of hors d”oeuvres on Thursday, October 29 from 5:00 – 6:00 p.m. Staff members are creating ghoulish grub and gross looking goodies that will make patrons squirm and their tummies growl with … Read entire article »

Trick or treating returns to Veterans Memorial Park

Trick or treating returns to Veterans Memorial Park

Trail of Treats Registration Form 2015 Trail Guidelines 2015 Thousands of children will be visiting Veterans Memorial Park in La Vergne for the ton of candy being handed out at the Trail of Treats on Saturday, October 24 between 2:00 and 4:00 p.m. The annual candy trail is a favorite event sponsored by the city and includes pumpkin bounce races, games, and a … Read entire article »

Four-legged friends to compete for “Best in Show” at Bark in the Park

Four-legged friends to compete for “Best in Show” at Bark in the Park

Bragging rights are up for grabs for dog lovers throughout the area when La Vergne hosts its first ever “Bark in the Park” dog competition. The amateur competition is set for Saturday, November 7 at 1:00 p.m. at Veterans Memorial Park. “Many people see their dogs as their pride and joy,” said Mayor Dennis Waldron. “The city wants to give people … Read entire article »

Howl at the Moon 5K Run coming in October

Howl at the Moon 5K Run coming in October

Runners will compete under the light of the full moon during the annual Howl at the Moon 5K Run in La Vergne. Registration is now open for the annual event scheduled on Friday, October 16 starting at 8:00 p.m. at Veterans Memorial Park. The entry fee is $25 for pre-registration (due Tuesday, October 13) and $30 the day of race. There … Read entire article »