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Welcome to Johnson County TN

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COURTHOUSE HOURS

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Monday-Friday

8:30am-5:00pm

County Clerks Office Only

Saturdays  8:30am-11:45am

County Phone Directory

Johnson County TN

Government Public Notices

Disabled Access Committee

Monday, February 26 at 5:00pm

Lower Courtroom 

Johnson County Courthouse

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EARLY VOTING for the

March 5, 2024

Presidential Preference Primary

Early Voting Hours: 

Monday: 8:00am - 6:00pm

Tuesday-Friday: 8:00am - 5:00pm

Saturday: 8:00am - 12:00pm

ELECTION DAY, MARCH 5, 2024

Polling Place Hours 8:00am - 8:00pm

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UPCOMING
EVENTS

The Miracle Worker

February 23-25 / March 1 & 2

Heritage Hall Theatre 

Back to the Basics - Sourdough

Monday, February 26

Local's Deli - Mountain City

LIVE MUSIC: Salty Moon Dogs

Saturday, February 24 at 5pm

Watauga Lake Winery - Butler

LIVE MUSIC: Edward Main
Saturday, March 9 at 5pm

Watauga Lake Winery - Butler

The Velveteen Rabbit
Sunday, March 10 at 2pm
Heritage Hall Theatre - Mountain City

Back to the Basics - Seed Starting

Thursday, March 28

Local's Deli - Mountain City 

Festival of Quilts

Friday, April 12 - Saturday, April 13

Shady Rock School - Shady Valley

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Last April, Tennessee Governor Bill Lee signed a bill to make the country rock anthem, Copperhead Road by Steve Earle, the twelfth official state song.

 

In continuing the recognition this honor has garnered, the Tennessee Department of Tourist Development presented a check to Johnson County in the amount of $31,500 as a part of the Tourism Enhancement Grant for the creation of the Copperhead Road Landmark which will be located adjacent to Watauga Lake Winery.

Tennessee’s Tourism Enhancement Grants support cities and counties seeking to invest in their local tourism assets, lift visitation and increase economic impact. Eligible projects include stages, signage, historic preservation, ADA compliancy and other improvements to local attractions and venues.

Pictured: front, L>R: Sheila Caldwell, Mealnie Beauchamp, Mayor Larry Potter; back, L>R: Allison Eastridge & Charles Ridlehuber

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