Lebanon/Wilson Chamber
www.lebanonwilsontnchamber.org
Mt. Juliet Chamber
www.mtjulietchamber.com
Watertown TN Chamber
www.watertowntn.com/chamber
JECDB | Joint Economic & Community Deveopment Board
www.doingbiz.org


Wilson County Quick Links

Services


Wilson Emergency Management Agency
John Jewell
Stations are located in:
  • Lebanon
  • Watertown
  • Mt.Juliet
  • Lakeview
  • Gladeville
  • Laguardo
Emergency number is 444-8777
Non-emergency number is 449-0256
Webpage
Information on Wolf Creek Dam for Wilson County



Sheriff's Office
Sheriff Terry Ashe
Criminal Justice Building
105 East High
Lebanon
Phone: 444-1412
Webpage

Probation Offices
State:  443-2790
Misdemeanor: 443-6182

Drug Court
Phone: 453-5314



Road Commission
Steve Armistead
970 Tennessee Blvd.
Lebanon
P. O. Box 1029
Lebanon, TN  37088
Phone: 444-9022



Animal Control
No drop off of animals allowed.
No adoption service is provided.
Pickup of animals by appointment only.
Lebanon
Phone: 444-9775
Webpage



Wilson County Archives
Linda Granstaff/Thomas Partlow
111 South College St.
Lebanon
Phone: 443-1993
Webpage



Community Help
10 am till Noon - 1:00 till 3:00
203 West High St.
Lebanon
Phone: 449-1856
Webpage



Wilson County Landfill
Cindy Lynch - Director
378 Dump Road
P. O. Box 2489
Lebanon
Phone: 444-8360
Open Monday thru Friday 7am to 3 pm with a tipping fee of $9 per cubic yard for construction waste.

There is no charge for Wilson County residents to leave electronics at the Landfill. This will include microwaves, TV's, VCR's, DVD players, and stereos. They also now accept computers or monitors.

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Convenience Centers
Open 7 days a week
Hours: 7 am to 5 pm on Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Friday and Saturday
7:30 am to 5 pm on Wednesday and Thursday

Watertown - 235 Commerce Road Phone: 237-3185
Lebanon - 921 Baddour Pkwy Phone: 449-0027
Bairds Mill- Hwy 231 S. Phone: 449-0067
Suggs Creek - 3519 Stewarts Ferry Phone: 449-4359
Statesville- 9290 Statesville Rd. Phone: 464-4711
Martha- 1530 Powell Grove Rd. Phone: 449-6038
Norene- 10684 Cainsville Rd. Phone: 286-2574

Convenience Centers are open to Wilson County residents only.
No commercial waste is accepted.
No hazardous material is allowed.
No brush, limbs, grass, shrubs or wire is accepted.
A small amount is considered no more than the equivalent of three 50 gallon bags per household per day.

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Ground Water
Septic System information and Approval
223 E. Gay Street
Lebanon
Phone: 443-2784
Webpage



Storm Water
Erosion prevention and sediment control
233 E. Gay Street
Lebanon, TN 37087
Phone: 443-2120
Webpage



The University of Tennessee Agricultural Extension Service
925 East Baddour Parkway
Suite 100
Lebanon
Phone: 444-9584
Webpage



Social Security Office
A representative of the Social Security Office no longer comes to the Courthouse in Lebanon on the third Monday of each month. You will need to contact them in Gallatin at the following numbers:
Phone: 1-866-964-7392
Webpage

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County Newsletters

Our latest newsletter is for May 2013.
 
PDFClick the link below to view the newsletter in .PDF format
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2013 Wilson County Fair

August 16-24, 2013 - Wilson County Fair
wilson county fair 20132013 Theme: "Taste the Fun at the 2013 Wilson County Fair"
Agriculture Education Focus: "Year of the Honey Bee"
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Renew Your Tags Online

 
tn license plate 2013You can now renew your tags online!
Renew your Tennessee License Tags Online: Click Here!
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Volunteer Stars Awards

volunteer starsThe Governor’s Volunteer Stars Awards is an initiative designed to recognize people in our communities who volunteer their time to make a difference.  It is a simple concept with far reaching results.  Volunteers are pivotal for so many non-profits, churches and activities and Wilson County is blessed with an abundance of them.  After all, the Wilson County Fair is put on with hundreds of them.  The cities and counties nominate one adult and one youth volunteer to be recognized as the Volunteer Star for that area at a banquet put on in Nashville by the Governor’s office.  Nominees are judged based on the community’s needs of the volunteer service performed, initiative taken to perform the service, creativity used to solve a community problem and impact of the volunteer service on the community.

The winners have been named and are:
Sherry's Run for the adults and Jessica Fults for the youth.   

Our congratulations to not only the winners, but the nominees.  Volunteers are the backbone of non-profits, churches, Chambers, and programs like the Southern STARRS.  We are proud of all the volunteers in Wilson County.  

volunteer stars 2013-1

Sherry's Run (Adult Winner)
 
 
volunteer stars 2013-2

Jessica Fults (Youth Winner)