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Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation is seeking feedback from residents and visitors on our local parks for Perry County, and more specifically Linden and Lobelville. The State wants to hear about the parks' conditions, amenities, recreation options and other services available to residents and guests. In addition, the feedback from the surveys will allow officials to make necessary changes in the future.   Please go to the Survey Monkey page to fill out the survey for parks you have visited. Thank you!

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  • Lobelville is proud of the men and women who serve their community with the Lobelville Volunteer Fir...

  • Mr. Hugh Fisher preserved the history of Lobelville by creating a slideshow from old photographs of ...

  • Music on Main Street, begun by Hugh Waddell in 2009, has been produced every year since then with hu...

  • At Lobelville Gas our number one goal is SAFETY and SYSTEM INTEGRITY.   We operate and maintain more...

  • Every year in December the City of Lobelville has sponsored a visit from Santa Claus himself.  There...

  • The Lobelville School supports Kindergarten and Grades 1 through 8.  Beyond the 8th Grade, all stude...

  • The first sidewalks in Lobelville were boards laid out so you could walk down the road when it was m...

  • Each summer both Lobelville and Linden have partnered to bring to the county a star-studded musical ...

  • Water, Sewer and Gas utilities are coordinated by Lobelville City Hall.  There are tap fees for new ...

  • The lush and green land that is Lobelville was officially called a settlement in 1854 as a post vill...

  • Lobelville is a member of the Meriwether Lewis Electric Co-op.  In order to get electricity service ...

  • Lobelville provides a branch of the Perry County Public Library System to our residents.   The Direc...

  •  Dedicated to the late Mayor James E. Richardson, mayor from 1990 to 2002, Lobelville provides a Com...

  • Beginning April 14, 2017, a new Federal Regulation requires all natural gas utilities to notify cust...

  • The City of Lobelville provides two garbage pickups a week.  The citizens that reside in the city li...

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Is there a local bank?

Yes, the local bank is the Bank of Perry County, with branches in Linden and Hohenwald.  They are a full service bank, offering online banking, as well as a friendly and supportive staff at all branch...

Q: What are the Library hours?

The hours for the Lobelville Library are:

Monday - Friday:  10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Saturday: 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM
Sunday:  CLOSED


Q: What are the hours of City Hall?

City Hall hours of operation are Monday - Friday 7:30a.m. - 4:30p.m. 


Q: Is there a local doctor?

Dr. Kenneth Salhany

236 North Main Street
Lobelville, TN  37097

Mon. - Thurs 8:00a.m. - 5:00p.m.
Closed Friday


Q: Who do we call about water?

Call City Hall in Lobelville if you live within our service area.  Not sure if you are in our service area?  Call us anyway.  We will be able to tell you who to call if we do not service your address. ...

Q: Is there a newspaper in town?

newspaperYes!  It is the Buffalo River Review, a weekly paper based in Linden every Wednesday.   Home delivery is available, as well as online subscriptions, or you can pick up a pap...

Q: Can I pay my utility bill online?

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YES!  We have added the convenience of paying your utility bill online.  Just click on the image at the right to link to the payment page where you can register for paying online.

If your account i...

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Welcome to Lobelville

It is my pleasure to welcome you to the City of Lobelville.  Our citizens are very proud of Lobelville's history and traditions.  We encourage you to come, visit, and enjoy our community.

The City of Lobelville was settled by a Frenchman Herry De Lobel in 1854.  Hence, the name of the city, which was then called Lobelsville.  The earliest settlement in Perry County is Tom's Creek, which is part of the Pineview community of Lobelville.  In fact, the first store was opened by James Yeates in 1819.  Moreover, the oldest business still operating is T.G.T., now also known as El Paso Energy.  It began its operation in 1943.

Welcome to Lobelville, looking south on Hwy 412The City constantly continues to grow.  Together with local small businesses, Lobelville is honored to host a number of bigger businesses such as Reliable Products, Bates Fabricating, and Phytotherapy.  We are also proud to welcome new businesses coming into the area, to which we can promise favorable business location and environment.

The City of Lobelville is a wonderful place for family recreation and pasttime, which attracts a great amount of people.  There are various activities for various preferences regardless of age or gender.  One can fish, swim, hunt, enjoy picnics and camping, or golf in and around our community.  Still one of the most popular summer activities is the adventurous canoe floating along the banks of the picturesque Buffalo River.  Canoe rentals and convenience stores are readily available for visitors.  Come see for yourself and enjoy!

If the City workers or I personally can be of any assistance to you, please call or stop by the City Hall, which is located on the Main Street in Lobelville.  I am sure we will do everything possible to make your experiences in our community pleasurable and memorable.



Mayor Robby Moore