Nestled at the foot of the Cumberland Mountains,

the historic city of Decherd awaits you
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  • Nashville, 86 miles Away
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The citizens of Decherd are hereby invited to attend the city’s Planning Commission meeting September 28th at 6:00 pm where a municipal plan will be discussed. Your input is important! The plan consists of:


·         Fire Safety

·         Tornado Sirens

·         Flooding

·         Sidewalks

·         Community Center

Decherd Blvd

·         Attracting new businesses


·         Redesign Weddington Park

·         Adding more sports activities at the Babe Ruth Park


·         Rejuvenate historic downtown

The commission is looking forward to your attendance.

Pearlie Grey

Planning Commission Chairman

The City of Decherd, Tennessee will hold a public meeting at 6:30 p.m., Tuesday,
September 29, 2020, in the Conference Room of the Decherd City Hall to discuss the
Community Block Grant (CDBG) Program administered by the Tennessee Department of
Economic and Community Development. The purpose of this meeting is to discuss the
guidelines of the program and to solicit input from area residents regarding potential uses of
CDBG funds. CDBG funds can be used for water line extensions, water system improvements,
sewer line extensions, sewer system improvements, housing rehabilitation, and other
community development projects such as fire protection, emergency warning sirens, drainage,
rural health departments, etc.
All residents or entities with projects are encouraged to attend this meeting or mail
suggestions to the Mayor’s Office, Decherd City Hall, 1301 West Main Street, Decherd, TN
37324. Suggestions will be received through October 6, 2020. Emailed suggestions can be sent
to . Additionally, the meeting will be streamed via the City of
Decherd Facebook page. The City of Decherd does not discriminate. The location of the meeting
is accessible to persons with disabilities. Special accommodations may be provided to persons
with disabilities by contacting the Mayor’s office at (931) 967-5181.
Michael Gillespie