Historic landmarks throughout downtown Greeneville connect its past with its present and future.
The following is a list of elected officials and others appointed to the governments of Greeneville, Baileyton, Tusculum and Mosheim.
Greeneville and Greene County are both named in honor of General Nathanael Greene, a Rhode Island Quaker who joined the revolutionary army und…
Greene County Emergency Communications, a 911 system, is headquartered at 111 Union St., Greeneville.
In area, Greene County is the fourth-largest county among Tennessee’s 95 counties. Greeneville is the county seat.
Several utilities serve this community.
(Directions assume starting point is intersection of Main and Depot streets in the Greeneville historic district.)
A number of organizations focus on preserving the rich historical heritage of the community. They include:
The governor of Tennessee and local state legislators can be reached at:
The four municipalities of Greene County operate under their own individual governmental regulations, while Greene County as a whole has its o…
Greeneville requires building permits for the construction or remodeling of any residential or commercial structure.
There are federal, state, county and municipal courts in Greeneville.
Several Greene County Convenience Centers placed throughout the area serve Greene County residents with sites for garbage and recycling dispos…
The Greene County Driver License Reinstatement Center is located at 1210 Hal Henard Road, Greeneville, Tn 37743.
A United States passport verifies to other governments and officials that the holder is a U.S. citizen.
All qualified citizens have the right to vote in national, state and local elections after registering to vote.
The following addresses, phone numbers and websites are different ways to reach the president and vice president, Tennessee’s U.S. Senators, a…
Greene County Schools, a public district, serves roughly 6,500 pre-kindergarten through 12th grade students in Greene County with quality educ…
Greeneville City Schools, a public district, prides itself on a “tradition of excellence” and consistently ranks among Tennessee’s highest per…
There are three Christian private schools in Greene County.
Five public high schools serve the community.
Greene Technology Center, operated jointly by the Greeneville and Greene County school systems, is a technical school with programs for high s…
Several colleges and universities in Northeast Tennessee serve students from Greene County.
Several libraries serve readers within Greene County.