Welcome to Eagleville... Small Town at its finest
Where the clerks know your name (and take the time to ask if they don't!), front porch rockers are not just for show, and a smile and wave are commonplace.
Whether you decide to come visit for the day and eat at one of our restaurants, visit the local antique store, stop in the lamp shop or computer store, spend the afternoon at the park, or decide to make this your home after viewing the many developing areas - we have one thing to say... "Welcome to Eagleville!" Along with community wide support for the school, churches, summer recreation, year-round youth programs, and an active town council, Eagleville offers something for everyone.
New Rutherford County Clerk Office
The Rutherford County Clerks Office has extended their services to the citizens of the Eagleville area. The new office is located inside Eagleville City Hall. This office provides limited services which are renewals, handicapped placards, temporary tags and they are now issuing license plate registrations. The deputy clerk at this office will help with and provide information to citizens on transferring/purchasing a vehicle. The Eagleville office will be open the first working day of each week, (one day per week) 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., closing one hour for lunch: 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Local Fire Departments Partner with State Fire Marshal to Provide Home Smoke
The State Fire Marshal's Office recently presented the Eagleville Fire Department with a supply of smoke
alarms to be installed in homes within the community at high risk of fire. The department personnel
attended an information session and training course on the new alarms, which were purchased with
FEMA grant funds and utilize a lithium battery with a 10‐year lifespan.
This statewide, months‐long distribution of smoke alarms is all part of the State Fire Marshal's effort to
both educate and equip Tennesseans to incorporate fire safety into their daily lives.
"We want residents to make sure they have functional smoke alarms in their homes, as well as a rehearsed fire‐escape plan. These are tools proven to save lives – because even one fire death is one too
many," says State Fire Marshal Julie Mix McPeak.
Blink Electric Car Chargers
Eagleville has three electric car chargers at City Hall. Think of Blink as your home away from home.
As an EV owner, you think of your home as your primary charging station, right? But as Blink member you can charge up in more places than ever before. Check out other Blink Charging Stations.
In honor of Confederate Army Soldiers & Supporters
A monument in honor of Confederate Army soldiers and supporters of Eagleville, Tennessee has been generously provided by Sons of the Confederate Veterans - Camp #33, Murfreesboro Chapter.
The monument proudly stands in front of City Hall, surrounded by landscaping that was graciously donated by John and Casey Lewis of Stonegate Enterprises.
What is now Eagleville, was first named Manchester on May 7, 1832. But since there was already a Manchester post office, when we got a post office, the name had to be changed. A legend says that about that time an unusually large eagle was killed in the hills behind the village. The name Eagleville was officially adopted on August 16, 1836. >Read More