As Warren County's newly elected County Executive I
would like to thank the citizens of Warren County for
their support. We are blessed to have a great community
filled with wonderful, hard working individuals who,
like me, love Warren County and want to make it the best
it can be.
In the next four years I look forward to working with
you in a concerted effort to move Warren County into the
bright future I believe lies ahead after some tough
economic times. I pledge to do my best to provide
the leadership the county needs to offer its citizens
lucrative jobs, an excellent education for our children,
essential public services and a safe and clean
County has a reputation for supporting and helping its
own when needs arise.
In addition to the large number of churches,
community organizations and private individuals that
always stand ready to lend a helping hand, there are
other local and regional service agencies that provide
The shared goal of these providers and contributors is
to ensure that the essential basic needs of the families
of Warren County are supplied.
Education will be a top priority of
The impressive resources available in Warren
County are evidence of the importance of education to
Public and private schools serve students in
grades PreK-12 and provide the kind of education our
children need to prepare them for the future.
Advanced technical training is
available at the Tennessee College of Applied
bachelor degrees may be obtained through Motlow State
The Mechatronics Program at
Motlow prepares students for highly-skilled positions in
the industrial environment. The local Mechatronics Program has
proven to be very successful and boasts a 100% job
placement rate for students who have completed the
of established industry and recruitment of new industry
is key to the economic vitality of our county.
Long-time industrial residents such as
Jarden/Oster, Yorozu Automotive, Bridgestone, Tennessee
Warehouse and Distribution and
Morrison Tool & Fab consistently maintain high employee
enrollment. The stability of established
industries—along with evidence of the growth of younger
industries—indicates a positive outlook for future
Activity within the Mountain View
Industrial Park continues to steadily increase, most
recently with the start-up of manufacturing in the
second speculative building which is leased to
Wisconsin-based Miniature Precision Components (MPC).
Employment projections for MPC have escalated and
bids have been awarded for expansion of the MPC facility
to accommodate the company’s growth in Warren County.
ATTENTION: Warren County is now under a burn ban.
Governor Haslam placed 51 counties under a burn ban
until December 15th. This ban includes campfires, and
burning of brush, vegetation, household waste or
construction debris. Drought conditions are forecasted
to continue for the foreseeable future. Multiple state
agencies are fighting 67 wildfires covering 16000 acres
in our region at this time. Please use extreme caution
due to these very dangerous conditions. Violation of a
declared burn ban is a Class A misdemeanor which carries
a fine of $2,500 and/or jail time. For more information:
This announcement courtesy of Warren County Government.