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Call the Highway Dept at 865-982-4652, we will have an inspector look at and advise type and size of tile needed. It is then your responsibility to purchase and install the drainage tile and once complete the inspector will verify installation at which time the county will take over any future maintenance for it.
No, all Cities, Towns and State roads are maintained by them. The Highway Department maintains all county roads and right of ways. All State roads are easily identifiable by a number, for example; Hwy 321 or Hwy 411 are both State roads and maintained by them.
The right of way for every County road is different and ranges from 11ft to 25ft from the center of the road, please call the Highway Department at 865-982-4652 to find out what the right of way for your road is.
It is impossible to plow all the roads at one time, we plow Primary Roads first, Secondary Roads next and Subdivision Streets last. We follow this procedure to allow emergency equipment to navigate the roads as soon as possible. We understand that people have places they need to go and we do our best to plow all the roads as quickly and safely as possible.
Youth Service Officer(865) 273-5945Department of Children’s Services Probation(865) 981-2366Helen Ross McNabbHome Base Intensive Probation(865) 273-5954
The Restraining Order list is:Anyone can file for any reasonNo order issued until court dateMust be very specific in what you want the Respondent to be restrained from doing - the Judge will determine what to order when you go to court.Fee due at time of filingCivil contempt hearing to determine violationMust be filed during business hours (Monday - Friday, 8:00 am - 4:30 pm)Once granted, effective for up to 10 years
We are open Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays from 8am - 4:30pm
No, we do not accept glass items at our facility
At this time the local Target stores are accepting glass items to recycle
Yes, we have a dedicated compactor that takes cardboard
You can see all the items that we accept on our website main page or stop by our facility and get a flier with everything listed that we accept and items that we do not take at this time.
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A dropbox is located in the 24-hour lobby of the Blount County Justice Center, 940 E. Lamar Alexander Parkway, Maryville, TN 37804.
Everything from narcotics to over-the-counter medications will be accepted.
Items Accepted for the Pharmaceutical Collection Program
Items Not Accepted in the Program
Safe At-Home Disposal
Do not flush or pour medications down the drain. Remove medication from original packaging and mix with an undesirable substance such kitty litter or used coffee grounds. Place the mixture in a bag and throw in your trash container. Remove and destroy any personal information on the empty medicine container and recycle the empty container.
--Email invitation to take the written exam, with instructions on what to bring to the exam--Delivery to BCSO by the applicant at the exam of the following forms and documents: >>Copies of valid driver license, SS card, HS diploma/GED certificate, birth certificate, and DD-214 (if former military), >>Signed authorization forms for a credit check, background investigation, Notice to Applicant & Agreement, PREA form (these forms are available for download at the following link: ) >>Completed and signed Personal History Statement (this form is available for download at the above forms link)--Written exam (which tests for math, reading comprehension, and basic reasoning skills), writing exercise (to evaluate your ability to communicate in writing), and a physical exercise (this exercise is NOT "pass-fail"). Exams are typically conducted 3x per year, on a Saturday morning.--Credit check and NCIC report --Review by Command Staff of each applicant's file, which contains application, exam score, writing exercise, physical exercise results, credit report, NCIC report, Personal History Statement, any referrals, all documents and forms provided before taking the exam, and any other information in the applicant's file at that time--Selection of applicants invited to continue in the screening process: >>Email to applicants NOT invited to continue in the screening process, advising that BCSO is focusing on other applicants at this time >>Email to applicants who are invited to continue, advising that a panel interview followed by a meeting with the Deputy Chief will be scheduled--Invitation to Panel Interview and meeting with Deputy Chief--Evaluation of Panel Interview results and meeting with Deputy Chief.....selection of applicants to be invited to continue in the screening process--Email to applicants advising they are proceeding to a background investigation (or not proceeding further in the screening process)--Referral of selected applicant's file to the background investigator--Background Investigation (this may take several weeks)--Review of background investigation results and review of departmental open positions, funding, and authorization to fill an open position--Selection of applicants invited to continue in the screening process: >>Email to applicants NOT invited to continue in the screening process advising that BCSO is focusing on other applicants at this time >>Email to applicants invited to continue: --Conditional Offer of Probationary Employment issued + instructions on the following: --Physical exam and drug screen --Psychological evaluation by a licensed psychologist --Polygraph exam by a licensed polygraph examiner--Review of the above exams/evaluations and selection of most qualified applicants for an employment offer --Offer of Probationary Employment to those applicants who successfully completed the above steps and were selected for employment
Please click on this link and select the items of interest: http://www.blounttn.org/761/Employee-Benefits
2017 - $2.47 for every $100 of assessed value2016 - $2.47 for every $100 of assessed value2015 - $2.47 for every $100 of assessed value
Example of $100,000 residential property:
$100,000 (Appraised value of property set by the County)x .25 (Residential property is assessed taxes on 25% of value set by County)---------------$ 25,000 (Assessment)x .0247 ($2.47 tax rate set by County per $100 of assessment)---------------$ 618 (2017 County Property Tax Bill)