Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Plan for fun this coming Wednesday

Join us at the Smyrna Library for a „WACKY WEDNESDAY‟ program…it‟s wacky because you just never know what
you‟ll be doing until you walk in the door! Hint for this Wednesday‟s program is “Use Clues!”
Facilitated by the SOAC.

Location: Smyrna Library, 400 Enon Springs Time: 3:30pm – 4:30pm
Free of charge Contact karen.hargrove@townofsmyrna.org for questions

Monday, March 27, 2017

Help the Smyrna Police


The pictured suspect used the victim’s credit card for over $350 in purchases. He was seen leaving in a dark colored minivan. If anyone has information or can help identify him, please contact Det. Anderson at 615.267.5433 or jason.anderson@townofsmyrna.org.


This sounds like a great activity for the youths in your life.

March 28th Easy Engineering 
Engineering is a great way to be creative! The hands-on challenges will develop problem solving skills and encourage participants to discover how things work. 
Location Hilltop-Rosenwald Community Building,
565 Mason Tucker Dr.
Time: 1:00pm – 2:30pm
Ages: 8 – 16 and families.
Contact courtney.morgan@townofsmyrna.org for more information.

Family Safety Expo

Family Safety Expo

In conjunction with the 2017 PrepareAthon! Event, the Town of Smyrna is hosting a Family Safety Expo. On Saturday, April 1st, from 9am - 3pm, you'll learn ways to protect your family and keep them safe. Have Fun! Learn! Be Prepared! Admission is FREE for this event at the Smyrna Event Center (100 Sam Ridley Parkway)

Saturday, March 25, 2017

Doing some police catch up

The following numerous people have been seen gracing the FaceBook page for the Smyrna Police Department. Take a moment and see if you can help them

The following suspect entered Target in Smyrna on two different occasions and pushed out a TV without paying for them. He was seen getting into a dark colored SUV, possibly a Ford Explorer. This vehicle was driven by a second suspect. If anyone can identify the suspect or has information on this case, contact Detective Anderson at 615.267.5433 or jason.anderson@townofsmyrna.org.

The pictured individuals are believed to be responsible for an auto burglary as well as the fraudulent use of a credit card. A vehicle was burglarized and damaged at Planet Fitness. A short time later, the victim’s card was used to purchase over $500.00 worth of merchandise at Publix. The suspects were driving a small, late model white sedan, possibly a Buick Verano. Both of these crimes happened in Smyrna on 3/1/17.
We realize that these photos are less than ideal, however if anyone can provide information or identify either of these suspects, contact Det. Jason Anderson at 615.267.5433 or jason.anderson@townofsmyrna.org
Smyrna Police reminds citizens to keep valuable items out of view while parking their vehicles.

On March 21, 2017 two suspects entered Darlin’s bar and grill located at 1203 Hazelwood Drive. The suspects took an ATM machine and cash from within the business. Anyone who may have information as to the identity of the two suspects or where the vehicle may be located is asked to contact Detective Allan Nabours with the Smyrna Police Department at (615) 267-5434.

AND OUR FINAL INDIVIDUALS ARE.......(drum roll).......

On March 16th, a customer of the Shell Station on President's Place unknowingly dropped his wallet in the doorway. The pictured man and woman began to enter the business. The woman picked up the wallet and placed it in her purse. They left the store and drove away in a black Jeep Cherokee (pictured). Anyone who may be able to identify the man and woman is asked to contact Detective Allan Nabours at (615) 267-5434.

From our town council

Friday, March 24, 2017

Get rid of those old cans of paint

It is in Murfreesboro, but it is still a good thing to do.

Oil-Based Paint Collection

Oil-based paint only will be collected and properly disposed of on Saturday, March 25th from 8:00am – 11:00am at 1140 Haley Road in Murfreesboro. This collection is for households only. Oil-based paint is only considered minimally hazardous and is no longer accepted at the annual Household Hazardous Waste Collection. This is in compliance with standards set by the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation (TDEC).

Latex paint, also called acrylic paint, will NOT be collected at this or any other event since it is not actually a hazardous material. Instead it is a nuisance waste that should be dried at home before disposing of in the regular trash. If it is not dried before disposal it will leak and splatter onto roads and cars during transport to the landfill. For more information on proper solidification and disposal methods please refer to the county website at www.rutherfordcountytn.gov/environmental and then click on the “Education” link. Flyers can also be mailed by calling (615) 542-4633.

Refer to the label to determine if paint is either latex or oil-based. The clean up process for latex paint is just soap and water, but the clean up for oil-based paint, also referred to as alkyd, requires solvents to clean brushes and rollers.

Click here to read even more information

For more information, please call either (615) 898-7739 or (615) 542-4633, or send an e-mail.

Town of Smyrna, Tennessee
315 S Lowry St
Smyrna, TN 37167
(615) 459-2553

Activities to keep the youth busy for next week.

Spring Break Week Activities

March 27th - March 31st

The Smyrna Parks and Recreation Department along with the Outdoor Adventure Center will host fun family activities during spring break. The program is designed to encourage children to get out and enjoy our beautiful parks system. Parent are welcome to attend or drop your child off if you prefer.

Monday, March 27th
Leave No Trace - Bike Ride
Help us keep our parks clean and welcoming while joining us in a Leave No Trace park clean up event while enjoying a nice bike ride!

Location: Sharp Springs Park
Time: 10:00am - Noon
Contact Emily Morris for more information or if you have any questions

Tuesday, March 28th
Easy Engineering
Engineering is a great way to be creative! The hands-on challenges will develop problem solving skills and encourage participants to discover how things work.

Location: Hilltop-Rosenwald Community Building. 565 Mason Tucker Drive
Time: 1:00pm - 2:30pm
Ages 8-16 and families
Contact Courtney Morgan for more information or if you have any questions

Wednesday, March 29th
Join us at the Smyrna Library for a ‘WACKY WEDNESDAY’ program…it’s wacky because you just never know what you’ll be doing until you walk in the door! Hint for this Wednesday’s program is “Use Clues!”
Facilitated by the SOAC.

Location: Smyrna Public Library, 400 Enon Springs Road West
Time: 3:30pm - 4:30pm
Contact Karen Hargrove for more information or if you have any questions

Thursday, March 30th
Preschool Program: Take a Walk in the Park Day
Spring is here!  We’ll take a color walk to spy what’s new in nature. Make-and-take spotters help us focus on what’s crawling, growing, or flying in our park!

Location: Hilltop-Rosenwald Park. 565 Mason Tucker Drive
Time: 10:00am - 11:00am
Contact Karen Hargrove for more information or if you have any questions

Thursday, March 30th
Chess in the Park

Ever wanted to learn how to play chess? Smyrna’s Outdoor Adventure Center invites you to learn how. There is no age limit and no experience is needed. This event is free of charge and EXPERIENCED PLAYERS ARE WELCOMED.

Location: Sharp Springs Park, Patty King O’Connor Shelter, 311 Jefferson Pike
Time: 10:00am - 11:00am
Contact Patrick Carroll for more information or if you have any questions

Friday, March 31st
What Does it Eat?
Carnivores, omnivores, herbivores, oh my! Animal lovers will especially enjoy this program. The whole family will have a chance to interact with live animals and learn about what they eat. All ages welcome.

Location: Smyrna Assembly Hall, 110 Front Street
Time: 10:00am - Noon
Registration is not required, but an RSVP email is appreciated!
Contact Miranda Pewitt for more information or if you have any questions

Thursday, March 23, 2017

There are 5 jobs listed for the Town government. A few are seasonal, but money is money.

Free is good, and can save a life.

The Town of Smyrna is offering a FREE CPR and AED Class at the 3rd Annual Family Safety and Preparedness Expo on Saturday, April 1st. The Expo will be held at the Smyrna Event Center, 100 Sam Ridley Parkway East. The class time is scheduled for 9:00am to 3:00pm. The class is limited to the first 75 registrations received.

The American Red Cross CPR/AED program helps participants recognize and respond appropriately to cardiac, breathing emergencies. The courses in this program teach the knowledge and skills needed to give immediate care to an injured or ill person and to decide whether advanced medical care is needed.

Length: Course time will be from 9:00am to 3:00pm.

Courses: The CPR/AED course being offered will consist of the following modules:

CPR (Adult/Child/Infant)
AED (Adult/Child/Infant)
Certification Requirements

Attend all class sessions.
Participate in all course activities and successfully complete written examination.
Demonstrate proficiency in all required skills.

Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Tuesday, January 31, 2017

SPD could use your help

On January 24th, this person burglarized Blue Coast Burrito at approximately 4:48 am. The suspect left on foot and was caught on video as he passed the Asuka restaurant and Publix grocery store. The suspect is believed to be a white male. We realize the image quality is poor but we hope a delivery driver or anyone else may have seen this person leaving the area. Anyone with information is requested to contact Detective Allan Nabours at (615) 267-5434. Your assistance is greatly appreciated.

Thursday, January 26, 2017

Monday, January 23, 2017

Event reminder

Don't forget this event in a week or so. Make plans if it is something you feel is needed.

Thursday, January 19, 2017

Job opening in Smyrna

The Sam Davis home is looking for a part time employee.

We are looking for a fun, motivated individual who is willing to work part-time as a Site Interpreter as well as work in the Visitor Center! Email resume to director@samdavishome.org

Make plans.

Please help the SPD


On January 9th this person purchased a $1,000.00 money order using a stolen credit card number. Anyone who may recognize him is asked to contact Detective Allan Nabours with the Smyrna Police Department at (615) 267-5434.

Wednesday, January 18, 2017

An item of interest for our readers

This will likely not make some local parents in Smyrna happy.

Rutherford County Schools officials said Jessica Holland, a former Eagleville School elementary teacher who was charged with stealing the prescription drug Adderall from one of her students, has returned to the classroom at a different Rutherford County school: Stewartsboro Elementary in Smyrna.

Assisting the SPD

The Smyrna Police Department would like you to help find these individuals

The two females have been committing fraud at several Wal-Mart stores by using counterfeit coupons for various items. They have been driving a light colored GMC Acadia with a dual sunroof. The vehicle shown is not the actual vehicle but one that is similar. Anybody with information on the identity or location of these subjects should contact Detective Marcy Gossett at Smyrna Police Department, 615-267-5002.