Fayetteville Driver Services Center to Close for Remodel

The Fayetteville Driver Services Center will close for a planned remodel from April 8 until mid-June.

The Tennessee Department of Safety and Homeland Security announced that the Fayetteville Driver Services Center, located at 4110 Thornton Taylor Parkway, will be closed for a planned remodel starting Monday, April 8. The center is expected to reopen in mid-June with new flooring, furniture, and fresh paint.

During the closure, citizens can visit nearby Driver Services Centers in Shelbyville and Tullahoma or utilize online services at tn.gov/safety/driver-services/online.html. Teenagers between 15 and 17 years old can take the knowledge test online under a parent or guardian’s supervision using the Tennessee Proctor Identification (PID) app, with more information available at tn.gov/content/tn/safety/driver-services/driver-license-knowledge-test-online.html.

Nearby city and county partnerships, such as the Lewisburg/Marshall County Clerk and the City of Lawrenceburg Municipal Complex, offer duplicate and renewal services for non-commercial driver’s licenses only.

The Tennessee Department of Safety and Homeland Security remains committed to serving, securing, and protecting the people of Tennessee during this temporary closure and remodel.

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TDEC Offers Hazardous Waste Collection in Three Counties

The Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation (TDEC) is offering a mobile household hazardous waste collection service in Hamblen, Lincoln, and Rutherford counties on Saturday, April 6, encouraging residents to properly dispose of hazardous materials at designated drop-off locations.