Help Keep Our City Clean
The Morristown Police Department is asking for citizen’s help in keeping our city’s streets and roadways trash free.
Litter continues to be a problem throughout the city. The MPD, using inmate labor, removed more than 200 bags of litter and 280 pounds of bulk trash from North Davy Crockett Parkway between the Olen Marshall Bridge and the Crockett Trace shopping area.
Littering is a violation of state law and can result in fines and costs ranging from $50-$4,000 as well as court-ordered community service of up to 160 hours.
The MPD Litter Crew will continue to work to remove trash from the city streets and roadways and officers are giving extra attention to possible litter violations. Everyone is asked to help share in the responsibility of keeping our city clean and beautiful.