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Posted on: November 30, 2020

Winterizing Your Home to Prevent Water Line Freeze Damage

Winterizing Your Home to Prevent Water Line Freeze Damage

  1. Close all foundation vents.
  2. Disconnect garden hoses from outside water faucets.
  3. Protect freeze-prone faucets with insulating covers.
  4. Eliminate sources of cold air near water lines.
  5. Know where your main water shut-off valve is located in case of a line break.
  6. P...
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Community News
Posted on: November 25, 2020

Enjoy Cookeville's fourth annual Merry and Bright Christmas Tour of Lights

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COOKEVILLE – Putnam County has plenty of must-see holiday homes. But where are they?

Fortunately, there’s a map for that.

Cookeville’s fourth annual self-guided Merry and Bright Christmas Tour of Lights – whi...

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Community News
Posted on: November 16, 2020

COOKEVILLE CITY COURT IN-PERSON COURT PROCEEDINGS SUSPENDED THROUGH November 30, 2020.

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 Per Order of the Chief Judge of the 13th Judicial District, all in person court proceedings are suspended through NOVEMBER 30, 2020. 

All Cookeville City Court in-person court proceedings previously scheduled for dates between November 1...

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Community News
Posted on: November 11, 2020

Christmas Forest opens Nov. 28 at Cookeville History Museum

Button Society members decorate their tree in the Christmas Forest at the Cookeville History Museum.

COOKEVILLE – Buttons, old photos, tiny paintings, quilts, embroidered items and even children’s books are making their way into the Cookeville History Museum… on Christmas trees.

The fifth annual Christmas Forest exhibit, whi...

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Leisure Services
Posted on: November 10, 2020

Cane Creek Park acquiring 31 acres

A picnic table at Cane Creek Park.

COOKEVILLE – Soon there will be more of Cookeville’s largest and most-visited park to love.

Cane Creek Park on CC Camp Road is gaining 31.39 acres, bringing the total size of the park complex – which includes a recreation cent...

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Leisure Services
Posted on: November 9, 2020

Cookeville Strong Memorial Tree Grove a place to remember tornado victims

Cookeville Strong Memorial Tree Grove

COOKEVILLE – A place for remembrance and healing is now part of the Cane Creek Park complex.

The Cookeville Strong Memorial Tree Grove was planted Nov. 7 at the corner of West Jackson Street and C C Camp Road near the Sportsplex ballfields. It in...

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Leisure Services
Posted on: November 6, 2020

Cookeville holiday events revamped to encourage social distancing

Lighted ornament arch at Dogwood Park

COOKEVILLE – Holiday events will look different this year in Cookeville, but locals still have plenty to look forward to – including new activities designed for social distancing.

“In this time of pandemic, we want to continue...

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Leisure Services
Posted on: September 18, 2020

PUBLIC NOTICE

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PUBLIC NOTICE

            NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to all residents of Cookeville, Tennessee, and to all persons interested that, to protect the health, safety, and welfare of Tennesseans in light of the ...

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Community News
Posted on: June 30, 2020

Electronic Council Meeting Notice

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PUBLIC NOTICE

            NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to all residents of Cookeville, Tennessee, and to all persons interested, that pursuant to Governor’s Executive Order No. 16, extended by Execu...

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Community News
Posted on: June 10, 2020

Cookeville History Museum documenting local COVID-19 quarantine stories

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COOKEVILLE – “What was life like during the pandemic of 2020?”

Cookeville History Museum is preparing for the time when future generations will ask that question by collecting as many local “quarantine stories&rd...

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Leisure Services
Posted on: March 13, 2020

Avoid the lines and pay your utility bill in other ways.

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The City of Cookeville is aware that some of its utility customers may be experiencing a heightened concern about conducting daily business that requires them to be in the general public.  As such, the City would like to remind all of its utility...

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