Frequently Asked Questions:
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“Where can I get my vehicle tags renewed in Cannon County, TN?”
Vehicle registration tags and license plates can be obtained at the Cannon County Courthouse, located at 200 W. Main St., Woodbury, TN, 37190, in the office of the Cannon County Clerk, on the first floor. The current Cannon County Clerk is Lana S. Jones, and her office can be reached by phone at (615) 563-4278, by FAX at (615) 563 -1289 or by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org. The Clerk’s Office is open Mon.-Tue. and Thu.-Fri. from 8 AM to 4 PM, and Sat. from 8 AM to Noon. For more information about the Cannon County Clerk, please see this page.
“When is my court date?”
You can find information on your court date by calling: (615) 563-4461.
“When is the Cannon County Convenience Center (dump), when is it open, and what types of solid waste can be disposed of?”
Information regarding solid waste disposal in Cannon County can be found here.
“What building code(s) do I have to follow if I am building in Cannon County and where can I get a building permit?”
Information about building codes in Cannon County can be found here.
“Where can I find information about property zoning in Cannon County, and how can apply to have a property re-zoned, and/or get a use variance application?”
Information about property zoning in Cannon County can be found here.
“Where can I register to vote in Cannon County, when is the next election, who are the candidates running for office, where can I find a sample ballot, and where is my polling location?”
Information about voting and registering to vote in Cannon Count can be found on the Elections page.
“Where can I get information about deeded property in Cannon County?”
Information about deeded real estate property in Cannon County can be found on the Registrar of Deeds page.