Chamber of Commerce
US Senator, Lamar Alexander (Field Rep – Matt Varino)
109 S Highland Street, #B-9
Jackson, TN 38301
US Senator, Bob Corker (Sr Field Director – Jennifer Weems)
91 Stonebridge Blvd., Suite 103
Jackson, TN 38305
Governor, Bill Haslam
1st Floor, State Capitol
Nashville, TN 37243
US Congressman, Marsha Blackburn
217 Cannon Building
Washington, DC 20515
Field Rep (for Marsha Blackburn) John Blakely
3156 Highway 57 West
Ramer, TN 38367
TN Senator, Dolores Gresham
P O Box 877
Somerville, TN 38068
TN State Rep, David Byrd
302 Michael Drive
Waynesboro, TN 38485
Tennessee sales tax is presently 7.5%
County sales tax is 2%
The Savannah city water system services all city residents and most of the county residents. The sewer system serves residents within the city limits.
Public Education -
You will need to have birth certificates and immunization records for registration.
Hardin County has a total of seven schools: a comprehensive high school serving grades 9-12; a middle school for grades 6-8 located near the high school; a school for grades K-8 located west of Counce on Highway 57; and four elementary schools throughout the county. To obtain specific information about the public schools, contact the Hardin County Board of Education in Savannah (phone: 731-925-3943).
Private Schools -
Savannah Christian Academy, call 731/926-1504.
Harbert Hills Academy, call 731/925-3098.
Continuing Education -
Jackson State Community College, call 731/925-5722.
Tennessee College of Applied Technology - Crump, call 731/632-3393.
AT&T and CenturyLink serve Hardin County. To obtain home service from AT&T, call 800/288-2020; for commercial service, call 866/620-6000. CenturyLink residential customers should call 800/201-4099 and business customers, 800/201-4102.
The Tennessee Valley Electric Cooperative 731-925-4916 and Pickwick Electric Cooperative, 731-645-3411, provide electric service for residents of Hardin County. For information, contact the TVEC local office at 590 Florence Road, Savannah, 731-925-4916. Pickwick Electric can be reached at 731-632-3333.
Natural gas is supplied by the City of Savannah to city residents, 731-925-4216. Two commercial gas companies serve county residents: Amerigas Propane Service, Hwy. 64 East Adamsville, 731-632-3379, , and Roger’s LP Gas Company, Hwy. 57 West, Counce, Tennessee, 731-689-3707.
Newcomers to Hardin County from another county in Tennessee should get a Hardin County decal from the County Clerk’s Office, 65 Court Street, Suite 1, Savannah, 731-925-3921.
Licenses are issued in Savannah at 880 Pickwick Rd. Suite 2. The telephone number is 731/926-1581. Office hours are 8:30 am to 5 pm Monday through Friday. You may also renew your driver's license on-line through the “Online Services” at www.tennessee.gov
City and county property taxes are due on October 1 and are delinquent on March 1. City taxes are payable at City hall, 140 Main Street, Savannah, phone 731-925-6808. County taxes are payable at the Trustees’ Office, 465 Main Street, Savannah, 731-925-8180. You may also check with the Trustees’ Office to find out if you qualify for senior citizen’s exemptions.
You may register to vote when you obtain a driver’s license or at the Hardin County Election Commission Office in the lower level of the Courthouse at 465 Main Street, Savannah, TN, County Clerk’s Office, the Registrar of Deeds’ Office, Veteran’s Administration Office, Health Department, Library, or the Department of Human Services. You must be registered at least 29 days prior to an election in order to vote. Hardin County is in House District 71, Senate District 26, and Congressional District 3. The Hardin County Election Commission is comprised of: Jeanette Cronise, Administrator of Elections, Johnny Bellis, Chairman; David Jerrolds, Secretary; and members Doris Annette Hurd, Robert E.”Bo” Higginbottom, and Maribeth Long. For more information and location of polling places, contact the Hardin County Election Commission at 731-925-3375 or visit their website at www.hardintnelections.com.
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