1. Black History Month

    February is Black History Month

    Learn about the history of how February became the month that the United States and other countries celebrate the accomplishments of African Americans. Read on...
  2. Income Tax Assistance Program

    Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program

    You may qualify to have your 2022 Tax Return filed for FREE! Read on...
  3. Murfreesboro City Schools Job Fair February text on white background

    Murfreesboro City Schools Hosting Job Fair February 11

    A district-wide job fair is scheduled for February 11 from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. at Scales Elementary School. Read on...
  4. Teen Citizens Police Academy

    Teen Citizens Police Academy 2023

    Registration is now open for the 2023 Spring Class of the Teen Citizens Police Academy. This is a great opportunity to learn about the operations of the Murfreesboro Police Department. Read on...
  5. Community Baby Shower

    2023 MWRD-CA Community Baby Supply Drive Kick Off has started!!

    MWRD-CA, United Way Rutherford County & TN Health Department Community Baby Supply Drive Kick Off! Donate to the United Way and TN Health Departments Community Baby Shower Read on...
  6. Report A Traffic Complaint Graphic (2)

    Residents can report speeding, traffic concerns online to Murfreesboro Police

    Murfreesboro Police Department launched a new webpage that assists residents in reporting reoccurring traffic issues such as speeding, failing to stop at stop signs or red lights, parking issues, and others. Read on...
  7. Mayor announcement

    Mayor McFarland announcement regarding Middle Point Landfill lawsuit

    On August 10, 2022 the Murfreesboro City Council authorized a federal lawsuit against Republic Services, Inc. and two of its subsidiaries to address ongoing environmental problems at Middle Point Landfill. Read on...
  8. Odor Reporting Portal

    Odor Reporting Portal - Middle Point Landfill

    The City of Murfreesboro has launched an Odor Reporting Portal for the public to report odors and/or gas believed to be coming from the Middle Point Landfill. Odor Reporting Portal
  9. Text Overlay of Nobody Trashes Tennessee and Department of Transportation on blue background

    Mayor, City urge residents to join ‘Nobody Trashes Tennessee’ campaign

    The City of Murfreesboro reminds residents that there is a significant cost to cleaning up the city’s roadways and waterways from litter and pollution caused by man-made trash. The 2nd Annual “No Trash November” urges citizens to join in the cleanup. Read on...
  10. Financial Transparancy

    City of Murfreesboro’s Financial Transparency

    The City is committed to providing a transparent view of our financial data. Our Open Finance Portal provides a transparent look at the types of revenues collected and how those public funds are spent. Read on...
  11. Stay Connected via Social Media

    Connect with Us

    Get the latest city updates by following our Facebook, Twitter, Nextdoor, Podcast, YouTube, or Murfreesboro CityTV. You can also sign up to receive City Emergency Alerts, City Council Agendas, and more from right here on the City website. Read on...
  12. P3 APP RC Crime Stoppers

    Rutherford County Crime Stoppers unveils new crime-fighting app

    Rutherford County Crime Stoppers and several area law enforcement agencies have joined the next generation of crime-fighting. Citizens can report crime tips and submit videos in real-time using an app for Crime Stoppers called P3 Global Intel. Read on...
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