Tour of the Town’s Development

One key to Collierville’s continued strategic growth is our economic diversity. With over 1200 acres of developable land and acreage in all market segments that support commercial, office, residential, and industrial development, our growth is sustainable. Economic diversity is one of the


Saving Grace

I still remember the first day I saw you, Grace. I was working at the shelter when another employee walked toward me with you in her arms. You had just been surrendered and I could see you were about four-weeks-old; a beautiful


Live Healthier, Collierville!

Making healthier lifestyle changes is easier when we do it together. Thousands of Tennesseans are rallying for a healthier state. For too many decades, Tennessee has ranked in the bottom 10 compared to other states, but thanks to the Governor’s Foundation for


Sock Hops & a Jukebox

For many, memories of the ‘50s carry the sound of Bop and Rock-and-Roll, the swirling of long skirts, and the soft scuffle of socked feet across an old wooden gym floor. Collierville High School 1959 graduate Nancy Newby Perkins recalls, “the music

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