The Administration Department, led by the Town Administrator, is responsible for overseeing the day-to-day operations of the Town. Additionally, the Administration Department is tasked with serving as staff support for the Board of Mayor and Aldermen, Economic Development Committee, Farragut / Knox County Schools Education Relations Committee, and the Personnel Committee.
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Services provided by the department include:
  • Alcoholic Beverages Retailer's License - A license is required for the sale of beer and/or liquor in the State of Tennessee and within the Town limits.
  • Budget Administration and Financial Management - The fiscal year cycle is July 1 through June 30.  Budgets and Financial Reports from previous years can be viewed by visiting the Town Financials page.
  • Business License - A license is required for all businesses located in the Town limits, including professional services and home-based businesses.
  • Citizen Request Program - The Town offers Farragut citizens a unique program that encourages suggestions or concerns about all Town services, from streets to parks. Citizen requests can be made online, by phone, or in person during normal working hours.
  • E-Government - The Town currently provides many services electronically through the website.
  • Geographic Information System (GIS) - Provide analysis, interpretation, mapping and understanding of data vital to the community in a variety of areas.
  • Personnel - Openings are filled as needed and are often advertised in the Sunday employment section of the Knoxville News Sentinel and other professional printed and online media outlets, on social media sites and on the Town's website.
  • Public Records - All public records are stored, maintained, and distributed in accordance with state law. Public records requests can be made by submitting a request using the forms provided on the Town's website.
  • Sustainability - Coordinates programs and educational events in an effort to find balance between environmental stewardship, economic growth and social responsibility within Town operations and the community at large. More information is available on the Sustainability page
  • Town Ordinances - The Farragut Municipal Code is updated annually and can be accessed and downloaded through the Town's website.
  • Traffic Enforcement Program - In 2009, the Town implemented a Traffic Enforcement Program (for red light violations) at four Town intersections:
    1. Kingston Pike and Campbell Station Road
    2. Kingston Pike and Concord Road
    3. Kingston Pike and Smith Road
    4. Grigsby Chapel and Campbell Station Road