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Public Notice:   No Ammonia Used for Water Treatment   Beginning 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 .

Smoke Alarms

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"getAlarmed"  Smoke Alarm Installation

 This program is designed to offer free smoke alarms to the residents of the Town of Nashville and the Gulley Fire District.  It is our goal to have a working smoke alarm in every home in our community!  NOTE: This program is not extended to landlords or apartment complexes.

  • One smoke alarm should be located on every floor of the home
  • One smoke alarm should be in every bed room and common room
  • No smoke alarms should be installed in the kitchen!
  • Smoke alarms should be tested monthly
  • Smoke alarm batteries should be changed every six months. Use the “time change” to help you remember to change your batteries! 
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