Welcome to the City of Martin’s Web Site.
We invite you to learn more about Martin by touring our site. Please explore the site features and take time to check out the many links on the page that will offer insight into our community. We take great pride in our city and hope that you will find our website informational and helpful. We have done much work in revitalizing our historic downtown where you will find unique gift shops and eateries. And, you will find that our greenway and park system offer many recreational activities.
Martin is also home to the Award-Winning, Tennessee Soybean Festival. The Tennessee Soybean Festival is an annual Labor Day week event celebrating our agricultural history and roots with many community event. In 2019 the Tennessee Soybean received the Southeast Festival and Events Association prestigious Best Festival Award. The 2020 TN Soybean Festival has been canceled.
The City of Martin is also home of the University of Tennessee at Martin. Being the home to a Tennessee System school, we are afforded the opportunity to offer a Town & Gown experience: cultural activities, fine arts, academic speakers, and Division I athletics. We also provide our students with a “home away from home.” It is a always a great day to be a Skyhawk!
We invite you to visit Martin soon. We encourage you to visit our website often.
Randy Brundige, Mayor
In light of recent events and following the lead of federal and state leadership, the City of Martin will limit public access to Martin City Hall, the CE Weldon Public Library and the Martin Gateway Center (Senior Adult Center) .
Martin City Hall requests that residents who need access to Martin City Hall to utilize the drive- through window service and the drop box located at the drive-through window. Martin City Hall employees will be working and encourage residents to contact staff via telephone (731.587.3126) or email ([email protected]).
During this time and with the uncertainty of the spreading of COVID-19, the City of Martin encourages all residents to heed extra precaution and to follow the advice and recommendations of the Center of Disease Control (www.cdc.gov). The City of Martin is taking concerns regarding the spreading of this virus very seriously and continues to receive briefings from state and federal health officials.
Mayor Brundige stated, “Safety of our residents is always my top priority. Being proactive instead of reactive is of utmost importance.”