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The City Hall in Lobelville houses not only the City Government office, but also the library's facilities.

July 15, 1921: Day In Life Of Lobelville

Written by
Evan Cunningham
Vision Perry

In the summer of 1921, life between the Tennessee and Buffalo Rivers reflected the challenges of our nation’s economic troubles and increasing regional lawlessness.

One Story of Lobelville

Written by Troy Duncan
Vision Perry

There is much to celebrate regarding the town’s humble beginnings… and its bright future. This is the story of Lobelville:

The First Sidewalks of Lobelville

The first sidewalks in Lobelville were boards laid out so you could walk down the road when it was muddy.  Lobelville has come a long ways since then, and going through a sprucing up even now.  Be sure to come to visit us and see what we are doing.

Pay Utility Bill Online

Now you can pay your utility bill online with Lobelville

Dialing up Danger?

NoTextZoneTN.com was created to illustrate the dangers of texting and driving in Tennessee. Take a look at the resource to see how many fatal accidents occur in TN as a result of this dangerous behavior.

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The First Sidewalks of Lobelville

First sidewalks in Lobelville

The first sidewalks in Lobelville were boards laid out so you could walk down the road when it was muddy.  Lobelville has come a long ways since then, and going through a sprucing up even now.  Be sure to come to visit us and see what we are doing.

There is a wonderful DVD about the City of Lobelville, a slideshow presentation that was compiled and narrated by Mr. Hugh Fisher.  For many years Mr. Fisher would go to the school and churches in and around Lobelville, and present his program.  Now his projector is so old he can no longer get the parts for it he needs.  The Perry County Historical Society chose to preserve his slideshow on a DVD.  Some of the pictures are used here on this website, but the full story is on the DVD, which is available for sale to the public at City Hall, 931-593-2285.

 

Latest Gas Dept. Information

You have the right to request a gas safety device called an EFV (excess flow valve) be added to your natural gas service line.  To read the full article, CLICK HERE.

 

Customer responsibility for gas service lines extending after the meter.  To read the full article, CLICK HERE.

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