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On  the  banks  of  the  Buffalo  River

55 South Main St., P.O. Box 369     •     Lobelville, TN 37097     •     (931) 593-2285 

Love Where You Live, Where Everyone Knows Your Name

Where you know your neighbors, and they know you.

About us

Community Proud, we care for our fellow Citizens, with Open Doors and Welcome Arms
As you sit on your own front porch, watching the sun set in the west, you can hear the birds saying goodnight to each other, the sweet melodies of the forest settling down for the night. When it gets darker and darker, you think you've never seen the stars shine so bright as they do out in the country, away from the big city and traffic noises. This is where Lobelville is located, in Perry County, Tennessee. This is where you can find peace and comfort knowing there is something in the air that makes you feel safe and secure. This is where we call home.

Who We Are: Lobelville!

We Are Family

Those of us who have grown up in Lobelville, take pride in what our families before us managed to form into a wonderful community, people who look out for each other, and will welcome you to Lobelville.

Nashville: Only An Hour Away

10 minutes to I-40, 55 miles to the Big City

Did you know Nashville is the Number 1 place people want to visit? And we live right in the Nashville backyard, without all the pains of big city traffic, high property taxes, and even higher property costs.

Lower Cost of Living

Lower Cost of Living

The median property value in Lobelville, TN was $94,500 in 2020, which is 0.411 times smaller than the national average of $229,800. Between 2019 and 2020 the median property value increased from $78,300 to $94,500, a 20.7% increase.

Public Services

Gas Service Lines
City Water & Sewer
Lobelville School
Fire Department
Garbage Schedule

We are proud to be in the TVA system, which means lower cost of electrical power, with utilities provided by the City. And we all take pride in what our families before us formed into a family oriented community.

Meet Your Legislators for Lobelville

Mayor Moore and the City Aldermen
We are blessed to have very solid leaders in Lobelville. The Mayor and four Aldermen lead at the City level, and the two Commissioners herein are leaders at the County level.

Contact the school to find out how to register your child.

96 4th Avenue East, Lobelville, TN 37097 (931) 593-2354

Lobelville School is for Pre-K and First through Eighth Grade. All students transfer to the Perry County High School in Linden for the Ninth Grade through to graduation from High School.

All Lobelville students will be counseled by the Ayers Foundation College Counseling program, which has helped thousands of Tennessee children attend college.

Lobelville School is a member of the: Perry County TN School District

Highway 13, Lobelville

Based on Grant Money to Provide Water to the outlying areas of the county

Our Water Plant is equipped with all the latest equipment to maintain the highest water safety levels according to State standards.

Contact us for hookup rates: Currently in flux

Home of Buffalo River Softball Tournament

1 - 80 Professional Amenities

Begun in 2009, the girls softball tournament known as the Buffalo River Springfest has become an annual rights of passage of Spring for Lobelville. In addition, various ball game leagues in the county utilize our park.

First Weekend of Spring: Buffalo River Springfest Girls Softball Tournament

Volunteer Fire Dept.

Lobelville is proud of these men and women.

Lobelville is proud of the men and women who serve their community with the Lobelville Volunteer Fire Department. Housed in downtown Lobelville, Engine No. 1 is a 1200 gallon pumper, Engine No. 2 is 1000 gallon pumper, and the Brush Truck is a Hummer which holds 1000 gallons.

Fire Chief: Chris O'Guin
Assistant Fire Chief: Dale Odom


Find out what it means to be part of a friendly community.

When you come to see us in Lobelville, there is lots to do. Russell Creek for the Mennonites and Cane Creek. Hotts BBQ in town. Bold Wind Roastery for great lattes! Buffalo River Resort. Golf course. Buffalo River Springfest girls softball tournament and Music on Main Street in the summer brings great entertainment to you for free from our new amphitheater.


Children and Adults Thrive Here

We have a new Branch Manager, Kathy Gammon!  Be sure to stop in and say congratulations to Kathy Gammon.


Lobelville City Hall and Library

To the Perry County Library Board of Trustees, Library Staff, Mayors Offices and Regional Library Staff,

It is my pleasure to announce that Kathy Gammon, has accepted the position of Branch Manager. 

Thank you all for your interest and support of the libraries in Perry County, Nan

Nan Garrett, Director
Perry County Library
104 College Avenue, Linden, TN 37096
931-589-5011 phone, 931-589-6210 fax
New email address: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Perry County Library website: 



History of Lobelville in Pictures From Long Ago

Narrated by Mr. Hugh Fisher

Frequently Asked Questions

Answers to Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

Answers to Frequently Asked Questions

Call City Hall in Lobelville (931) 593-2285 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.

If you ever need to report a water or gas leak and we are not in the office due to holidays or after hours, call the non-emergency number at 931-589-3911. If danger is eminent, call 911 immediately.

City Hall hours of operation are Monday - Friday 7:30a.m. - 4:30p.m.
We observe all Federal holidays, and will make an announcement in our Facebook page where we will post any City Hall or school closings.
YES! We have added the convenience of paying your utility bill online. Just click on THIS LINK to the payment page where you can register for paying online.

The hours for the Lobelville Library are:

Mon - Fri:  10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Saturday & Sunday:  CLOSED

Yes, the local bank is the Bank of Perry Countywith branches in Linden and Hohenwald.

33 S Main St, Lobelville, (931) 593-2265
Mon-Fri: 9am to 4pm
Closed: Sat-Sun

Yes! 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 paper at the newspaper office or at the local grocery stores. (931) 589-2169

Lobelville is a member of the Meriwether Lewis Electric Co-op, home office in Centerville. In order to get electricity service to your home or business, please contact:

MLEC 218 E Main St.
Linden, TN 37096
Phone: (931) 589-2151

Mon - Fri : 9 AM - 4 PM
Saturday-Sunday: CLOSED

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