- Departments I - Z
Departments I - Z
Maury County Juvenile Services has four full time employees working under the direction of Maury County Juvenile Court Part I and Part II.
The Maury County Public Library was founded in 1902 by the Student's Club. After more than 100 years of service, the library still strives to serve the people of Maury County and all of their literary and informational needs.
The Magistrate's Office is a division of the Maury County General Sessions Court. Magistrates handle only limited, criminal matters.
Parks & Recreation
Maury County Parks and Recreation (MCPR) strives to provide recreational and educational opportunities, services and programs to expand our community involvement, create a higher standard of living and to enrich and enhance the lives of our citizens.
Register of Deeds
The Register of Deeds office records legal documents that protect the rights of the public citizens and makes such records accessible to the public for viewing and printing.
Access the Maury County Public Schools website.
The Maury County Sheriff's Department promote an atmosphere of safety within the county limits and enhances the quality of life of the citizen's of Maury County through teamwork and mutual cooperation.
The Solid Waste mission is to provide solid waste service to the residents of Maury County with solid waste disposal, tire disposal, recycling programs, litter pick up, and educational programs.
We provide automated data processing services and support to internal departments that serve the residents of Maury County.
Visit the Experience Maury website for information on our County.
The Trustee is the treasurer and banker for Maury County government.
Our main function is to assist in dealing with the Department of Veterans Affairs, such as, filing of claims for compensation and/or pensions, filing for medical reimbursement, applying for medical treatment at V.A. medical centers, etc.