1. Fireworks Safety

    City of Murfreesboro Fourth of July Fireworks Ordinances; fireworks may only be used July 3-5

    Within the City limits, fireworks may only be used on July 3rd, 4th, and 5th from 10:00 a.m. until 11:00 p.m. Read on...
  2. July 4 Independence Day

    City offices closing in observance of Independence Day holiday July 4

    In observance of Independence Day, City Hall and most other City offices will be closed Monday, July 4, 2022. Read on...
  3. 2021 Movies Under the Stars

    Movies Under the Stars

    Movies Under the Stars begins June 6. A different family-friendly free movie shown each week through the end of July at four locations beginning at 8:30pm. Read on...
  4. Outdoor Open Burning Ban
  5. Flashing Yellow Arrows

    City initiating test of ‘Flashing Yellow’ Left Turn signal downtown

    The City of Murfreesboro Transportation Department will be testing out the “Flashing Yellow” turn signal at two intersection along Lytle Street locations in downtown Murfreesboro Read on...
  6. Middle Point Landfill

    Middle Point Landfill Odor

    New video raises questions on whether Middle Point Landfill is doing enough to combat odor. Additional Info...
  7. Odor Reporting Portal

    Odor Reporting Portal - Middle Point Landfill

    The City of Murfreesboro has launched an Odor Reporting Portal for the public to report odors and/or gas believed to be coming from the Middle Point Landfill. Odor Reporting Portal
  8. Financial Transparancy

    City of Murfreesboro’s Financial Transparency

    The City is committed to providing a transparent view of our financial data. Our Open Finance Portal provides a transparent look at the types of revenues collected and how those public funds are spent. Read on...
  9. Stay Connected via Social Media

    Connect with Us

    Get the latest city updates by following our Facebook, Twitter, Nextdoor, Podcast, YouTube, or Murfreesboro CityTV. You can also sign up to receive City Emergency Alerts, City Council Agendas, and more from right here on the City website. Read on...
  10. P3 APP RC Crime Stoppers

    Rutherford County Crime Stoppers unveils new crime-fighting app

    Rutherford County Crime Stoppers and several area law enforcement agencies have joined the next generation of crime-fighting. Citizens can report crime tips and submit videos in real-time using an app for Crime Stoppers called P3 Global Intel. Read on...
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