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Apply to Serve on a Committee

The Board of Commissioners is currently accepting applications for appointments to the following Advisory Committees: Streetscapes and Public Spaces Advisory Committee and Town Events Advisory Committee. To apply, please
Applications are due by 4:00 p.m. on Monday, July 26.

How to Reduce Damage from Future Storms

Many Tennesseans are in the process of repairing and rebuilding from damage caused by the severe storms and flooding that took place from March 25-April 3. FEMA mitigation experts encourage all who live in areas prone to high winds and flooding to make some fairly simple changes to their homes to reduce damage from future severe storms.

"It is safer, cheaper, and ultimately much easier to limit future destruction than to repair it afterward," said FEMA's Federal Coordinating Officer Mira M. Shird. "And, the rebuilding phase of a disaster is the ideal time to consider ways to strengthen your home to protect people and property.”

For more information, please click the following link: Reduce Damage from Future Storms

Does it Pay to Buy Flood Insurance?

As Tennesseans continue the often costly process of repairing and rebuilding after the storms and flooding that took place from March 25 to April 3, now is a good time for everyone to consider investing in flood insurance. It’s important to know that homeowners insurance does not cover flood damage from a natural disaster. Usually, the only way for homeowners, renters and businesses to be protected from the costs of floods is with a policy from the National Flood Insurance Program.  

Please click the following link for more information: Flood Insurance


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