Oak Hill City Court in Session Thursday, January 8th, 2015 @ 9am

State Income Tax paperwork

Wednesday, February 13, 2013
The City of Oak Hill would like to remind you to be sure to write in Oak Hill as your city of residence when filing your state income tax paperwork.   

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Break-in Reported, Be Aware of Suspect

Friday, June 15, 2012

There was a break-in on Caldwell Lane this past Tuesday, June 12. A statue from the resident’s rear screened porch was thrown through the bedroom window. Nothing seems to be missing from the house at this time. The suspect is a white male who looks to be 28 years old. He was seen leaving in a 2008 red Honda Element with Louisiana tag SHA-997. If you see this car, please call Metro Police immediately. 

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Be On The Lookout For Burglary Suspect

Wednesday, June 13, 2012

Please be on the lookout for a 2000 maroon, two door Ford Explorer driven by a white male. He is a suspect in numerous residential burglaries throughout Nashville. 

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Intruder Alert

Saturday, May 12, 2012

On Saturday, May 12, 2012 at 6:55 p.m., an Oak Hill resident was in her home when she saw a male open the back door. The intruder immediately took off through the backyard upon seeing someone was home. The intruder is expected to be in his 20's and roughly 5'10" and 160 pounds. He was seen getting into a tan/gold car that was parked on Ragland Drive. Please be aware of this description. 

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City has many capital projects underway

Friday, October 07, 2011

In addition to the capital projects undertaken by the City to address flood damages, many other projects and planning efforts are underway in various stages from planning to construction. Most of the current year's paving budget has been used in areas where flood repairs were conducted. The funds were used to extend the paving beyond the immediate area of damage, which is all the Federal Emergency Management Agency will cover in its reimbursement formula, or to upgrade the infrastructure to compensate for future events. The upgrading of infrastructure in the area, but not directly impacted by the floods, is not covered by FEMA funds.  

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5548 Franklin Pike Suite 101
Phone: 371-8291
Fax: 855-611-8980

Chipper Service
CleanEarth: 371-8291
Garbage/Recycling Pickup
EarthSavers: 481-9640
Snow and Ice Management Service
Mid Tennessee Erosion Control: 371-8291

Public Street Repairs, Street Signage, and Drainage Maintenance
City Office: 371-8291

Dead Animal Removal
City Office: 371-8291
After Hours: 862-8971

Emergency: 911
Non-Emergency Fire: 327-1300
Non-Emergency Police: 862-8600
West Sector Patrol: 862-7747
Oak Hill Safety Coordinator: 557-7329

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5548 FRANKLIN PIKE, SUITE 101 • NASHVILLE, TN 37220 • 615.371.8291 • FAX: 855.611.8980 • OFFICE HOURS: M-F 8:30-4:30