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Special Events held within the city limits require a Special Event Permit approved by the City Manager.
"Special Event" is defined as "Any event which occurs in whole or in part on public property or public right-of-way which affects the ordinary use of public streets, rights-of-way, sidewalks or other public infrastructure. This includes, but is not limited to, parades, fairs, carnivals, foot races, bicycle races, and block parties. Private gatherings which make no use of public property or streets other than for lawful parking are not included, unless the event constitutes a use of private property that is not usual or customary for that property and zoning district, and any of the following apply: (a) event duration of more than two consecutive days or two consecutive weekends, (b) overnight camping, (c) sale and/or consumption of alcoholic beverages, including beer, or (d) estimated daily attendance of more than 250 people." (City Code Chapter 21, Article II: Special Events)
No person shall engage in, participate in, aid, form or start any special event unless a permit has been granted by the City Manager. Exceptions, where a special event permit is not required: (1) funeral processions; (2) wedding processions; (3) governmental agencies acting within the scope of their functions; and (4) spontaneous events occasioned by news or affairs coming into public knowledge within five days of such public assembly so long as the ability of pedestrians and motor vehicles to use public streets and sidewalks is not compromised.
The application must be received at City Hall at least thirty (30) days before the scheduled special event and must be approved by the City Manager. An earlier filing is highly encouraged to facilitate the application review process. Completed applications may be mailed, emailed, faxed or delivered to:
Traffic Engineering Department
111 W. Vine St.
Murfreesboro, TN 37130
If you are interested in serving on a city board or commission, please download this form and submit it to the city.
This is a list of citizens serving on the various boards and commissions of the City.
A completed questionnaire is requested from any city of Murfreesboro resident who wishes to serve on a city board or commission.
Fax the questionnaire to the Mayor's Office at 615-849-2679, or deliver to:
111 W. Vine St.
Murfreesboro, TN 37133
Application to rent Civic Plaza
Hotels and motels should fill out and submit this form by the 20th of the current month to reflect occupancy during the month preceding.
- Accessory fence permits information
- Fence, Pool, Storage Building, Other Accessory Structures Permit Application (PDF)
- Affidavit of Exemption
- Addition-Remodel-Demolition Permit Application (PDF)
- Building Permit Request - Res
- 2018 Electrical Permit application (PDF)
- 2019 Electrical Permit application residential one and two and multi-family (PDF)
- Final Inspection Deposit Agreement
- 2018 Flag Pole Application Revised (PDF)
- 2018 Request for Gas Permit (PDF)
- Homeowner Building Permit Affidavit 2019
- Application for Land Disturbance Permit
- 2018 Request for Mechanical Permit (PDF)
- On Site Interstate Sign Application (PDF)
- 2018 Attached Sign Application (PDF)
- On-site Permanent Sign Application - The Avenue (PDF)
- On-site Permanent Sign Application - Stones River Mall (PDF)
- Commercial Building Permit Application - 2014 (PDF)
If you are a city resident and have contacted Comcast cable about a problem or question but have been unsuccessful in resolving your issue, feel free to complete the online Cable TV Complaint Form for resolution.
CityTV Programming schedule lists when city council meetings and other government meetings and programs will be broadcast.
CityTV programming policy and procedures govern the program sources, priorities and scheduling for the city's government access channel.
The BZA Overview is a summary of the Murfreesboro Board of Zoning Appeals and the requirements for granting variances and special use permits. Its next agenda is available by clicking on BZA Agenda. For the current year's meeting dates and deadlines, click BZA Calendar.
To bring a matter to the BZA, fill out this application and submit it to Murfreesboro's Planning and Engineering Department at:
111 W. Vine St.
Murfreesboro, TN 37130
Murfreesboro's Historic Zoning Commission meets at 3:30 p.m. every third Tuesday to review, among other things, applications for building or demolition permits within Murfreesboro historic district overlay. See more information on the origin of the commission and its various duties by visiting their section on the website.
The Tennessee General Assembly enacted Public Chapter 1101 in 1998 and this pamphlet explains how this new law affects countywide growth policy, municipal boundary changes through annexation, and the incorporation of new municipalities.
Apply for a Land Disturbance Permit.
The purpose of these design specifications is to provide adequate standards for the construction of public street and drainage infrastructure that is in the best interest of the health, safety, welfare, aesthetics, convenience, and prosperity of the community.
These subdivision regulations are designed to encourage the development of sound, healthful, and economically stable residential, commercial, industrial, and public areas.
For the latest department projects and the current year's Planning Commission meeting dates and deadlines, visit the Planning Commission section.
The Zoning Ordinance establishes classifications, regulations and restrictions for the location of residential, commercial, industrial and institutional uses.
This download includes procedures, definitions, illustrations and other requirements for zoning, variances, special use permits, annexation, and development in the city.
This calendar lists the classes, trips and other events for the current month at the St. Clair Senior Center
This document provides rules for garbage refuse, yard waste, bulk items, bagging, etc.
Information regarding applications and licenses dealing with sidewalk cafe's.
The city's transportation director maintains a list of over 30 street projects, their status, funding, and construction schedule. This download should answer your questions about when a project will be completed. A schedule of projects soon to be let for bids is available online.
Agreement To Landscape In City Easement
Stay up to standards of city code.
Get information on Crape Myrtles.
Find out what to do when you are complete with changes.
Learn about the Landscaping Certificate of Compliance.
Review the landscape ordinance of the city.
View the letter of credit.
Learn about the Performance Bond
Be prepared for any site plan review.
Read the ordinance about tree management.
Get a Right-of-Way tree work permit.
List of plants that are undesirable and should be avoided.