No findings reported in 2017 audit
City officials received an early Christmas gift this week with the release of the 2017 adults for the city government and Elizabethton Electric.
City Manager recommends funding for routine and special projects
The recovering economy is having a noticeable effect on project plans in this 2016-2017 City of Elizabethton budget proposal. With greater confidence, department heads are requesting funding for overdue equipment replacement and maintenance, and projects...
Audit reflects positively on city and schools
Elizabethton officials were satisfied to learn that the city and city schools’ audits yielded no findings. Nearly every detail was budgeted appropriately, adjusted when necessary and filed correctly.
Fire Department Announces Promotions
The Elizabethton Fire Department proudly announced the promotions of two long time employees: Rusty Barnett to Deputy Fire Chief and Andy Hardin to Fire Marshall.
Elizabethton Announces New City Website
The City of Elizabethton has announced that they have a new website. This new website is a redesign from the city’s previous website which was originally designed and created in 2002.
Annual street resurfacing is set to begin on Monday, April 16th at 7:00am on West "G" Street. The project will cover 1.5 miles from Carter Boulevard to Mary Patton Highway.