Fayette County

For COVID Information on Testing and Vaccinations

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COVID Testing & Vaccines


Watch County Commission meetings

Watch the County Commission meetings, held on the 4th Tuesday of each month, from your computer or mobile device. 

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Fayette County E911 Hyper‑Reach

The new telephone-based emergency alert system will provide rapid notification of hazardous and urgent situations using a mix of telephone calls and text messages and even TTY/TDD service for the hearing impaired.

Register to be Alerted

Online Activities

You can complete activities online rather than coming into a physical location.
Pay Property Taxes Online
County Clerk Payments & Info – Motor Vehicle, Marriage, Game & Fish, Business, and more
Burn Permit
County Clerk Payments & Info – coming soon


Fair Housing Month

Website Accessibility
We strive to make this website accessible to all. Our website has been designed with accessibility guidelines in mind. View ADA Information
Meetings are held at the Bill Kelley Criminal Justice Complex, 705 Justice Drive, Somerville, TN.
View County Commission Meeting Packets
View Standing Committees
Register with Fayette County Emergency Management Agency so we can ensure both you and your family’s safety after a disaster!
Register Storm Shelter
The KidCentral TN State Services Directory is an online listing of state-operated and state-funded programs. You can find information on thousands of programs available to Tennessee families, children and parents, many available at no cost to low-income families and individuals.
Visit KidCentral TN
Thank you for your interest in the Fayette County Adopt‐a‐Road program! These procedures will help you organize and complete your pickup events.
View Adopt-A-Road Procedures
Nobody TrashesTennessee - TDOTEvery Year, It Costs Tennessee More Than $15 Million To Clean Up Roadside Litter. It’s Time To Put An End To This. Keep Your Trash To Yourself And Our Roadways Clear. Because Nobody Trashes Tennessee.
Learn About Nobody Trashes Tennessee







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