Public Notice: No Ammonia Used for Water TreatmentBeginning Monday, April 01, 2019 the Town of Nashville will temporarily stop adding ammonia during water treatment disinfection process. The duration will be up to 30 days.
Public Notice: The Town of Nashville Non-Emergency Offices will be closed Friday, April 19, 2019 for Good Friday. There will be no bulk pick-up the week of April 15th .
The Town of Nashville owns approximately 28 miles of streets and 15 miles of sidewalk. The maintenance of these streets and sidewalks are performed by the Public Works Department. This task is only possible through cooperation of many devoted employees and you the public. Please let us know if there are any potholes, drainage issues, or other matters that need attention by calling 252-459-4511 and placing a "work order" for the desired work. Our resurfacing plan is based on a schedule and attempts to maintain large sections of town on a revolving timeline. The Town of Nashville is also proud to have the capability to "recycle" old asphalt to fill in undesired potholes. This equipment was purchased in 2016 and uses old asphalt that is collected when water & sewer repairs must be made under a street. This not only saves the town money, but it is also environmentally responsible by reducing the amount of space in the local landfill.