Early this year a random sample of 2,300 Germantown residents were asked to respond to the City’s 2017 community survey. Of those who responded, 98% rated Germantown as an excellent or good place to live.
Poplar Estates Park will be closed to the public beginning Tuesday, May 23, for replacement of the pedestrian bridge.
Young children are invited to learn good safety habits by attending Germantown Safety City June 12 through 16.
05/19/2017 1:21 AM
Keep up with the recent activity from Germantown Police Department.
05/17/2017 12:30 AM
Applications are now being accepted for the City’s Education Commission and Library Board.
Germantown’s Class 1 rating is the highest rating possible. It means Germantown homeowners could see a reduction in their insurance premiums. It means businesses looking to locate in Germantown have an even greater incentive to invest. It also proves the Germantown Fire Department, Water Department and dispatch services have demonstrated they are at the top of their game when it comes to reliability.
Germantown Fire Department Administrative Chief Keith Saunders recently completed the Executive Fire Officer program at the National Fire Academy.
Parks Director Pam Beasley offers a history lesson on Oaklawn Gardens and invites the community to experience singing trees.
Over his career, Lieutenant Sharp has received over sixty commendations for his commitment to the citizens of Germantown and the Police Department and was recently honored as the 2017 Knights of Columbus Police Officer of the Year.
04/21/2017 10:38 AM
Many people are surprised when they hear Germantown is home to one of the most successful bookstores in the area