Announcements

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 »


Headline

Learn to grow at La Vergne Farmers Market

Learn to grow at La Vergne Farmers Market

Children of the community are invited to the La Vergne Farmers Market on Tuesday, July 28 to learn some of the basics of gardening. The La Vergne Public Library is hosting “We Are Growing in La Vergne” from 3:00 – 7:00 p.m. at the market behind the library. Children will be given a flower seed packet, potting soil, and a small pot to plant flower seeds. “Children will get a hands-on introduction to planting seeds and … Read entire article »

Latest

Job Fair planned at La Vergne Public Library

Job Fair planned at La Vergne Public Library

Job seekers may visit the La Vergne Public Library on Wednesday, July 22 from 9:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. for a Career-Family Resources Day. Hosted by TN-ZERO Family Resource and Information, 25 service organizations will be available to answer questions and provide assistance. “The Career-Family Resources Day was organized to bring resources and notifications of jobs to the community so that … Read entire article »

Old Timers Festival rescheduled to September 19

Old Timers Festival rescheduled to September 19

La Vergne has talent – or they will on September 19 when the former stars of “America's Got Talent” take the stage during the 2015 Old Timers Festival. The city has tentatively confirmed The Willis Clan as the headliner performance, moving the original festival date back one week to accommodate the musicians. The family-friendly group currently stars in its own television … Read entire article »

Public information portal down for maintenance

The public information portal containing public records will be down until Monday, July 6 for scheduled maintenance. A copy of the agenda for the workshop of the Board of Mayor and Aldermen scheduled tonight at 5:30 p.m. is in the link below. Some changes may be made to the agenda prior to the meeting. Agenda – 2015-07-02 Mayor Aldermen Workshop For any additional immediate needs of public records, contact the city at info@lavergnetn.gov. … Read entire article »

La Vergne Library hosting family day on Saturday

La Vergne Library hosting family day on Saturday

Libraries today are so much more than quiet whispers and the hushed sounds of pages turning. Modern libraries offer patrons the use of computers and free wifi, genealogy research, GED courses, teen programs, and story-time for children of all ages. This Saturday, June 27, the La Vergne Public Library will be fun central with a day planned for the whole family. … Read entire article »

Music and fireworks planned for July 4 celebration

Music and fireworks planned for July 4 celebration

The 4th of July Celebration is returning to La Vergne for the fifth year with music, food, kids entertainment, and a free fireworks show planned. Gates to the football field are opening at 5:00 p.m. on Saturday, July 4 and the music will begin at 6:00 p.m. Zone Status, the popular Murfreesboro band comprised of police and other emergency responders, is … Read entire article »

Farmers Market to open in La Vergne

Farmers Market to open in La Vergne

Fresh produce and local harvests will be the main attraction beginning Tuesday, June 16 when the first official Farmers Market opens in La Vergne. The market will be located across the foot bridge behind the La Vergne Public Library near City Hall on Murfreesboro Road. It is tentatively scheduled to operate every Tuesday from 3:00 – 7:00 p.m. through September. “Our … Read entire article »

City reduces taxes in 2015-16 budget

City reduces taxes in 2015-16 budget

The Board of Mayor and Aldermen approved the fiscal year 2015-16 general fund budget of nearly $18 million that included a 2.5 percent decrease in property tax rates. On Tuesday, June 2, 2015, the board approved a $17,787,570 general fund budget that funds the day-to-day operations and emergency services provided by the city, including police, fire, city court, tax department, and … Read entire article »

Summer camp signups are underway

Summer camp signups are underway

Water days, games, a magic show, art, crafts, and sports are some of the events planned during Adventure Quest 2015, the summer camp hosted by the La Vergne Parks & Recreation Department. Camp registration is open from 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. daily at the Parks & Recreation Office, located at 294 Sand Hill Road. The registration fee is $25 which includes … Read entire article »

“Carry the Load” recognizes true meaning of Memorial Day

“Carry the Load” recognizes true meaning of Memorial Day

The patriotic spirit of La Vergne will be on display on Friday, May 15 as the city welcomes “Carry the Load” as they pass through on their annual 1,700 mile trek from New York to Dallas. The trek will pass through the city starting around 4:00 p.m. One lane of Murfreesboro Road will be closed when they reach La Vergne, so … Read entire article »

“Day of Honor” breakfast planned for veterans and first responders

“Day of Honor” breakfast planned for veterans and first responders

A free breakfast will be served to active members and veterans of military service in La Vergne this weekend. On Saturday, May 9 from 9:00 – 11:00 a.m., military personnel, as well as people serving in emergency services, are invited to the La Vergne Senior Center at 337 Stones River Road for a breakfast hosted by Meg's Playhouse and Preschool. “After … Read entire article »