Statewide Bicycle Transportation Network Survey

This survey went live today at 12 noon CST July 18th, with a closing time of 5:00p.m. CST on July 29th. We hope to gather input only from local agencies and officials (MPO, RPO, city and county mayors, and possibly local GIS staff) to best design bicycle routes within their communities. We have already gathered input from the public through the 2021 Statewide Active Transportation Plan and will therefore not ask for broader public input.

As part of the 2021 Statewide Active Transportation Plan, the TDOT Multimodal Planning Office is looking to update the decade-old Statewide Bicycle Transportation Network. Through comments and suggestions made in the creation of the 2021 SATP, an initial framework has been made for the new bicycle network. This network will prioritize connections within communities (i.e. grocery, school, work, etc.) that are safe for the context. Initially, routes will be designated along state routes and comments on future connections to local roads and pathways are encouraged to be submitted to us for further development of the network. The Bicycle Route Recommendations Survey is an opportunity to build upon the information already collected from the SATP and specify the best design for the updated network. In order to create the initial routes, Multimodal Planning requests input from local officials and organizations. These local officials are encouraged to consult with their local bicycle advocacy organizations to best inform the bicycle network. This input is invaluable to ensure that TDOT collaborates with and best serves communities across Tennessee.

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South Central Tennessee Development District (SCTDD) is soliciting, by public advertising, competitive offerings for the furnishing of Vintage Trolleys and or services, as described within the RFP. The purpose of the SCTDD Rural Public Transportation Program is to provide an efficient and effective means of travel for the general public using safe and reliable vehicles.

The RFP is intended to provide specifications for purchase of 2 (two) vehicles, with the option of up to 10 (ten) such vehicles directly, or through the assignability clause over a 5 (five) year term.

A Request for Proposal (RFP) can be obtained by clicking here.

Responses will be accepted by online electronic submission or mail carrier.  Online submission email is with Subject:  RFP for Vintage Trolley Bus.  Mailed submissions should be mailed to SCTDD ATTN: RFP for Vintage Trolley Bus, 101 Sam Watkins Blvd, Mt Pleasant, TN 38474. Proposal Deadline is July 25, 2022. Mailed submissions and electronic submissions shall be opened at the office of SCTDD July 25, 2022 at 4:00 p.m. Central Standard Time. Late submissions will NOT be accepted.

This project is funded under a grant contract with the State of Tennessee.  A combination of federal FTA and state TDOT 5339b funds.

South Central Tennessee Development District does not discriminate and encourages all minority and female firms to apply.  SCTDD reserves the right to reject any and all bids.

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Lawn Care and Landscaping Maintenance

The South Central Tennessee Development District is accepting bids for mowing, landscape maintenance and general lawn care at their offices located at 101 Sam Watkins Boulevard, Mt. Pleasant Tennessee.  Bid sheets may be picked up at SCTDD, 101 Sam Watkins Blvd, Mt. Pleasant, TN, or by email by sending a request to  All inquires should be directed to Joe Evans, 931-379-2934.

Bids are due at the SCTDD offices, 101 Sam Watkins Blvd, Mt. Pleasant, TN on July 14, 2022 at 10:00 a.m. where they will be opened and publicly read aloud.  The South Central Tennessee Development District does not discriminate and encourages all minority and female firms to apply.  SCTDD reserves the right to reject any and all bids.

Jerry Mansfield

Executive Director

Recently Approved Booster

The recently approved booster vaccine for people over 50 or immunocompromised is now available at Maury Regional on Tuesday and Thursday from 8am-3:45pm. People should enter the main lobby, go to the screening desk in the lobby then to the vaccine area in the main lobby. People will need to bring their vaccine cards. MD’s are recommending the vaccine.

Now Accepting Public Comments on the 2022-2023 Annual Action Plan

March 24 – April 25, 2022


In the recently released 2022-2023 Annual Action Plan draft, the Tennessee Housing Development Agency (THDA) describes how the State of Tennessee will operate the CDBG, HOME, HTF, ESG, and HOPWA programs in the coming fiscal year. This document also serves as the application to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) for an estimated $50-60 million for housing and community development activities in Tennessee. The draft plan will be posted on from March 24 to April 25 for public review and comment. A draft summary in English and Spanish will also be available.

For questions and accommodation requests, please email

Actualmente Aceptando Comentarios Públicos sobre el Plan de Acción Anual 2022-2023

24 de marzo – 25 de abril de 2022

En el borrador recientemente publicado del Plan de Acción Anual 2022-2023, la Agencia de Desarrollo de la Vivienda de Tennessee (THDA, por sus siglas en inglés) describe cómo el Estado de Tennessee operará los programas CDBG, HOME, HTF, ESG y HOPWA en el próximo año fiscal. Este documento también sirve como la aplicación al Departamento de Vivienda y Desarrollo Urbano de Estados Unidos (HUD, por sus siglas en inglés) de un estimado de $50-60 millones para actividades de vivienda y desarrollo comunitario en Tennessee. El proyecto de plan será publicado en del 24 de marzo al 25 de abril para su revisión pública y comentarios. También se dispondrá un borrador resumido en español e inglés.

Para preguntas y solicitudes de ajustes, envíe un correo electrónico a



The South Central Tennessee Development District / Area Agency on Aging and Disability is currently accepting applications for the provision of services funded under the Older Americans Act of 1965, as amended, and for state funded services.

Services include: Homemaker Services, Personal Care Services, Legal Services, Respite Care, Congregate and Home-Delivered Meals, Counseling, Caregiver Training, Personal Response Systems, Transportation and limited personal medical supplies. Senior Center services to include: Health Education, Education / Training, Health Screening, Physical Fitness / Exercise, Recreation, Telephone Reassurance, and Health Promotion Services.  Title VII services to be awarded include Elder Abuse Prevention programs.  Minority service providers are encouraged to apply.

Application forms may be obtained by contacting Katrina Crisp at South Central Tennessee Development District / Area Agency on Aging and Disability at (931) 379-2937, by email at or by mail at 101 Sam Watkins Boulevard, Mt. Pleasant, TN 38474 or at under Aging and Disability.

The deadline for applications is 4:00 p.m. CST on Friday, March 18, 2022.

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