- Boards & Commissions
Boards & Commissions
The City of Tullahoma draws upon the talents of numerous residents who volunteer to serve on various Boards and Commissions. A list of current members of these organizations are listed on this site. The meeting schedule for City Boards and Commissions can be viewed here.
The Tullahoma Board of Mayor and Aldermen and the Tullahoma School Board are elected by the residents. Other positions are either elected by the Board of Mayor and Aldermen or appointed by the Mayor. If you are interested in applying to serve on a citizen volunteer City Board, Commission, or Committee, please print and complete the Citizen Participation Form (PDF).
Please complete and return all documents to:
Ms. Robin Morrison
City of Tullahoma TN
201 W Grundy Street
P.O. Box 807
Tullahoma, TN 37388
The Tullahoma Airport Authority operates the Tullahoma Regional Airport.
Explore the Tullahoma Arts Council website.
The primary function of the Beer Board is to issue permits for the sale of beer to responsible and qualified vendors in Tullahoma.
Boards & Commissions Participation Form (PDF)
Use this form to join a board or commission.
Board of Adjustments & Appeals
This Board is tasked with hearing and deciding appeals of decisions made by the local building official relative to the application and interpretation of codes related to the demolition or repair of buildings within the City.
Board of Education
This Board is responsible for the organization of the public schools and the course of studies to be pursued therein as well as the plan of instruction and policies as may be adopted by the board.
Board of Zoning Appeals
The Board of Zoning Appeals is empowered to grant variances to the extent necessary to permit the owner a reasonable use of the land in those instances where there are exceptional and unusual circumstances.
Community Plan Development Committee
The Community Plan Development Committee (hereafter, “Committee”) of the City of Tullahoma was created by the Board of Mayor and Alderman (hereafter, “Board”) at their regular meeting on November 14, 2022. The Members of the Committee are appointed by the Mayor, upon a single nomination from each of the Board’s six Aldermen. As established, this ad hoc committee of seven (7) citizens is a public body created on an as needed basis for a specific purpose and will continue until its purpose is accomplishes. Its work, recommendations, and activities will be reviewed, from time to time, and its continuation determined by the Board of Mayor and Aldermen. The Committee’s mission statement is to assist with the development of comprehensive plan(s) for the City of Tullahoma that reflects broad community input and consensus.
Consolidated Communications Commission
The Consolidated Communications Commission (CCC) was formed in the early 1970s to oversee the operation of Coffee County's Consolidated Communications Center.
Duck River Utility Commission
The Duck River Utility Commission (DRUC) was established in 1976 to supervise the operation of the regional water authority.
Economic Development Corporation
Discover more information about the Tullahoma Area Economic Development Corporation.
Go Green! Council
Learn more about the Go Green! Council.
The Tullahoma Housing Authority (THA) was established in 1951 to provide decent, safe, and sanitary housing for low-income families in Tullahoma.
Industrial Development Board
The Tullahoma Industrial Development Board (TIDB) was originally established to promote and attract industrial growth in Tullahoma.
Interlocal Solid Waste Authority
The Interlocal Solid Waste Authority has the responsibility of negotiating the contract for the disposal of solid waste for all of its participating members, as well as providing education to the public about recycling and litter control.
The primary duties of the Planning Commission involve oversight of new and revised development applications for commercial and service institutional, facilities inside the City Limits, as well as subdivision actions in both the City and the City's urban growth boundary which can range from simple lot divisions to major residential communities.
The mission of the Sports Council is to define Tullahoma and the surrounding area as a premier sports and recreation destination, increase the City of Tullahoma's economic development, and improve the quality of life by cultivating annual sporting and recreation events
The Tree Board was established to maintain, protect, and enhance the urban forest of Tullahoma for both present and future generations.
Tri-County Railroad Authority
The Tri-County Railroad Authority was created by an act of the Tennessee legislature in 1981 to purchase the Sparta Branch line from the Seaboard System Railroad, Inc.
Tullahoma Area Economic Development Corporation
The Tullahoma Area Economic Development Corporation was created by the Board of Mayor and Alderman to drive economic development in the greater Tullahoma region by focusing on several core areas: aerospace and aviation, medical services and technology, retail, information technology, and entrepreneurship.
The Tullahoma Utilities Authority (TUA) was established to supervise the improvement, financing, operation, and maintenance of the city electric system, city water and sewer system.