Come one, come all! We welcome all new residents to the Cumberland County area and look forward to seeing you around! The below resources are provided to make your transition a little easier. 


County Clerk / Auto Tags / Vehicle Registration
+1 (931) 484-6442
2 N Main Street Suite 206, Crossville, TN 38555

New citizens have 30 days to purchase Tennessee license tags from the County Court Clerk Motor Vehicle Department in the Cumberland County Court House. The cost of a Tennessee title is $14.00, and a standard license plate/tag is $29.00.

DMV / Driver License Testing Center
+1 (931) 484-1360
136 Dooley St, Crossville, TN 38555

To make an appointment for a non-commercial road skills test, please click Online Driver Services or call 866-849-3548.

Hours: Monday – Friday 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

NOTE: Before proceeding to a Driver Services Center, be sure to review Closure Advisories for the latest updates.

Voter Registration / Cumberland Election Commission
+1 (931) 484-4919
2 S Main St Suite #105, Crossville, TN 38555

You may register to vote at the Election Commission Office in the Milo Lemmert Building on Main Street directly across from the Cumberland County Courthouse. 

TN Department of Labor & Workforce Development
+1 (931) 484-4056
60 Ridley St #101, Crossville, TN 38555
Garbage Collection
Garbage collection is provided by Cumberland Waste Disposal (CWD) for Crossville and Cumberland County residents. Collections are made once weekly; for more information call (931) 456-2434.

County residents may also utilize the convenience centers located throughout the county or subscribe to a private collection service. For convenience center locations, call (931) 484-9328.


Recycling is one component of our local government’s strong commitment to maintaining a clean and healthy environment. A central drop-off site, the Cumberland County Recycling Center, is managed through the Solid Waste Department and is located at 96 Maryetta Street, off Highway 70 North. The center accepts cardboard, appliances, metal, glass, household junk, oil, aluminum, plastic, batteries, newspapers, and tires for recycling. There are 15 Convenience Center locations throughout Cumberland County. Each location accepts different materials for recycling. For a complete list of what is accepted at each location, call (931) 484-9328.


The Community Data Profile is a compilation of valuable information such as quick facts, population, climate, tax structure, education, government, etc. for the Crossville-Cumberland County area. You can view complete details on this information at 2023 Community Data here.


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