**Public Notice **  The Town of Nashville Non-Emergency Offices will be closed on Monday, January  21st   for Martin Luther King   Jr., Day.

Therefore, Garbage Services will run as follows: 

Monday  Service will be picked up on Tuesday, January  22nd.

Tuesday Service will be picked up on Wednesday, January 23rd.

Wednesday Service will be picked  up on Thursday, January 24th.

Thursday Service will be picked up on Friday, January 25th.

There will be NO BULK PICK UP during the week of January 21st.

Recycling will  be picked up as regularly scheduled.


Promotion to Police Sergeant for Officer Soyka and Officer Shockley

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Derek Soyka

 Sergeant Derek Soyka 

Sergeant Derek Soyka has over 3 years experience in law enforcement and has been with the Nashville Police Department for all of that time. He possesses an Associate’s Degree in Criminal Justice from Nash Community College.  Sergeant Soyka has worked as a patrol officer, traffic enforcement, investigations, and been a part of Nashville’s community outreach programs. He is married and has one son.  Sergeant Soyka moved from the Rocky Mountains in an effort to find a small community to call home and raise his family. He would like to thank his family for their continued support in his pursuit of a law enforcement career as well as Captain’s Bottoms and Corbett for their continued mentorship and guidance.

Caleb Shockley (2)

Sergeant Caleb Shockley

Sergeant Caleb Shockley possesses a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Criminal Justice & Criminology from Barton College.  During his law enforcement career, he has worked in the Patrol and Investigation divisions. He is married and has three obedient Shepard dogs.  Sergeant Shockley would like to say thanks to his father and mother, Kenneth and Sharon Willett and little brother Joshua Shockley.  Sergeant Shockley would also like to thank his mentor Captain Corbett for pushing him daily and for the wealth of knowledge he has continuously shared.