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Monday through Friday, from 7:30 am to 4:30 pm except on legal holidays.
You may pay your city taxes at City Hall, 201 West Grundy Street, Monday through Friday from 7:30 to 4:30 pm. County taxes may be paid at the Coffee County Administration Building in Manchester. Also, if you have your county tax bill, taxes can be paid at these Tullahoma branches: First Vision Bank, Citizens Tri-County Bank, First Vision Bank, Smart Bank, or Traders Bank.
For non-emergency assistance, call 931-455-3411; for emergencies dial 911. Police Headquarters can be reached by calling 931-445-0530 for other inquiries.
Traffic citation court is located at City Hall in the 2nd Floor Board Room. Court is held on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month at 2:30 pm. You may pay your ticket at City Hall at the Front Desk, or you can pay traffic citations online.
The Police Department maintains a drug drop-off point for unused or expired prescription drugs. Additional information can be found in the Prescription Drug Disposal (PDF).
Obtain and complete a Records Request Form at the Front Desk at the Tullahoma Municipal Building, 201 W Grundy Street, between 7:30 am and 4:30 pm. Monday through Friday, or at the Public Service Officer Desk at the Police Station after hours or on weekends. The Accident or Offense Report should be available for pick-up within seven working days for a nominal fee per page. The report can be mailed if a self-addressed stamped envelope and payment is provided with the request.
Recyclable items will be collected from your home address on your regularly scheduled garbage collection day. Find more information on the Recycling page.
Yes, please go to the Police Department Burglar Alarms page for Burglar Alarm information.
You may register to vote after residing in Tullahoma for thirty days. Register at the Coffee County Registrar's Office in Manchester or at City Hall in Tullahoma. Call 931-723-5103 with questions.
New residents from out of state must go immediately to the office of the County Court Clerk in Manchester to purchase an auto license tag. Call 931-723-5106 for more information. A new resident from out of state with a valid driver's license may obtain a valid Tennessee Driver's License by taking an eye test and completing an application at the Tennessee Department of Safety Driver's Testing Station at 307 Industrial Boulevard, Tullahoma. The office is open Tuesday through Friday from 7 am until 5 pm except on legal holidays. The office opens at 8 am and on the second Wednesday of each month. Testing stops at 4:30 pm. Call 931-461-7850 or go to the Tennessee State Government website for more information.
You may apply for an advertised opening through the Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development (Job Service) or by mailing a resume to the City of Tullahoma. Job openings are advertised on our website, in the Tullahoma news, and the Department of Labor and Workforce Development at 111 East Lincoln Street.
Business licenses are issued at the front desk of City Hall Monday through Friday from 7:30 am through 4:30 pm.
Building, demolition, plumbing, electrical and grading permits may be obtained at the Planning and Codes Department at the Tullahoma Annex Building, 321 Collins Street, from 7:30 am to 4:30 pm, Monday through Friday. All inspections should be requested a minimum of 24 hours before needed by calling 931-455-2282.
Call the Planning Department at 931-455-2282.
Call Public Works at 931-454-1768 for information.
Call Animal Control at 931-454-9580 Monday through Friday from 7:30 am to 4:30 pm. After hours or on weekends please leave a message and an officer will return your call. View animals available for adoption on our Petfinder page.
Call the City Forestry Office at 931-455-1121
Fill out the form located on the Burn Permit page.
Email Butch Taylor or call 931-454-1768. Please leave a contact phone number.
The cost is $5 per person, and children 2 and under are free.
Not at this time. Tickets are only available in-person at the gate.
Cash, debit, VISA, MasterCard, and Discover.
Season passes are not available for purchase at this time.
Yes. The Splash Island Snack Shack is always open the same time the pool is open.
No. Coolers and outside food and beverages are not allowed. Also, alcoholic beverages and smoking are strictly prohibited.
We offer a 10-minute exit pass. Customers can exit the park and re-enter within that 10-minute time window.
No, we are open to everyone.
Please plan and prepare accordingly.
Coffee County, Franklin County and the City of Tullahoma have different rules for developing property. Therefore, it is very important to determine which jurisdiction your property is located in. To get information:
Each zone is shown on the Official Zoning Map (PDF). The zoning ordinance contains zone district that states permitted uses and design information pertaining to setbacks, density, structure height, lot size, etc. The City consists of the following zoning districts:
To learn more about zoning district schedules and the zoning ordinance, visit our Planning and Zoning page.
You should check with the Planning Department whenever you propose to build or alter a structure, change the nature of the use that is to take place on a given property (e.g., residential use to commercial use, or one kind of business activity to another), hold a temporary event, or anything else that could have some impact upon other properties.
To find out if you need to apply for a zoning permit, call the Building Codes Division at 931-455-2282.
Zoning regulations for property development in Tullahoma are governed by the zoning ordinance and the subdivision regulations. In addition, you may also need to comply with:
Please note that other departments and agencies may also need to be contacted for development of a property.
To view the zoning ordinance and the subdivision regulations please visit our Planning and Zoning page. You can also speak with the Planner to ask specific questions about your project by stopping in at the Building Codes Division located in the City of Tullahoma at 321 N Collins Street or by calling the Building Codes Division at 931-455-2282.
You can call the Planner at 931-455-2282 for general information but we can serve you much better if you submit drawings/plans first, and/or make an appointment to discuss your plan in person. The Planner will give you the best guidance she can, but ultimately the responsibility to comply with the zoning ordinance rests with the property owner. Unfortunately, no set of regulations can foresee every kind of circumstance, and there is always the possibility of varying interpretation.
A Comprehensive Land Use Plan is an overall development guide for specific areas of Tullahoma. It provides the appropriate mix of residential, commercial and industrial uses in a logically transitioned pattern. It is used to decide if proposed development is in conformance with the plan.
If you have a property with a building or use on it that has been established for quite a while but does not meet (conform to) our zoning regulations (maybe setbacks, height, property size, etc.), or you have a business that is not expressly permitted for a given zone district and that building or business existed prior to the zoning regulation, you may have a "non-conforming" building or business. It may therefore be "grandfathered" and allowed to continue and to some extent potentially expanded.
Please note that any changes to a non-conforming building or use must first be approved by the Tullahoma Planner. In such a case, you must provide convincing evidence that proves when the non-conformity came into existence. This might include business records, pictures, affidavits, etc.