With beautiful homes and a convenient location, stellar schools and recreation, Farragut sets a new standard of living in East Tennessee. Welcome home to Farragut.
new resident RESOURCES
In case of an emergency, dial 911
Poison Control: 1-800-222-1222
Knox County Sheriff's Office, West Precinct: 865-392-1670
Knox County Sheriff's Office (non-emergency): 865-215-2243
Knox County Animal Control: 865-215-2444
Rural Metro (subscription based fire protection services): 865-675-0775
ASPCA Animal Poison Control: 1-888-426-4435
Farragut Primary School (grades K-2): 865-966-5848
Farragut Intermediate School (grades 3-5): 865-966-6703
Farragut Middle School (grades 6-8): 865-966-9756
Farragut High School (grades 9-12): 865-966-9775
Knox County Schools Calendar
Knox County School Board
First Utility District (water & sewer): 865-966-9741
Knoxville Utilities Board (gas): 865-524-2911
Lenoir City Utility Board (electricity): 1-844-687-5282
AMR-Rural Metro (subscription based fire protection services): 865-560-0239
Burn Permit permits can be obtained through the Knox County Air Quality Control department: 865-215-5900
United States Post Office at 11409 Municipal Center Drive: 865-671-3475
Farragut Branch of the Knox County Public Library at 417 N. Campbell Station Road: 865-777-1750
Farragut Town Hall at 11408 Municipal Center Drive: 865-966-7057
Farragut Life Magazine: 865-523-5999
Knoxville News Sentinel
Garbage and Recycling pick-up options (residents are responsible for coordinating):
Waste Connections: 865-522-8161
Waste Management: 1-800-367-9662
A Tennessee driver's license can be renewed or replaced at 1028 Old Cedar Bluff Road: 865-215-8500
New or returning Tennessee residents must obtain a TN driver's license from one of the following locations within 30 days of establishing residency in Tennessee:
- Knoxville/Strawberry Plains Driver Services Center located at 7320 Region Lane, 865-594-6399
- Knoxville/Knox County Driver Services Center located at 430 Montbrook Lane, 865-690-6393
Farragut Events and Activities
Learn about annual events and where to shop, dine, stay and play at VisitFarragut.org.
To learn more about offerings at the Farragut Community Center, as well as Farragut parks, greenways and fields, visit farragutparksandrec.org.
Farragut Annual ReportLearn about the Town's finances and see why Farragut is a wonderful place to call home. Our online annual report has info about our budget, history and government, past and future projects, and volunteer opportunities.
To learn more about your new home, contact the Farragut Town Hall at 865-966-7057 to inquire about the Introduction to Farragut Program. The program begins each fall and is a unique way to connect participants with the Town, providing information on its history, government structure and operations, public safety, education, and volunteer opportunities. To learn more about the program, contact Farragut Town Hall at 865-966-7057. Welcome home to Farragut!