Bartlett Night Out

  • Tuesday, October 4, 2016
  • Celebrating Neighborhood Unity, Awareness, Safety and Police-Community Partnerships.
The City of Bartlett has over 60 active Homeowner's Associations and Neighborhood Watch Groups that are managed and
co-ordinated by the Public Information and Education Division of the Bartlett Police Department. Contact:
 Lt. Todd Halford,
Public Information Officer, and Neighborhood Watch Co-Ordinator.

Many of our Citizens have completed Community Emergency Response Training or CERT with the Bartlett Fire Department
To be added to the roster, Contact Cindy Barnett at 385-5536.

To sign up for our next Citizens Police Academy with the Bartlett Police Department, contact Lt. Todd Halford or Lori Minch at

Better Bartlett

Better Bartlett is a grassroots activist group dedicated to improving the City of Bartlett. Our mission is to facilitate communication between citizens and elected officials and to advocate for the residents of the City of Bartlett. Contact us at
Steering Committee:
Mike Burns, Home Health Care of West TN
Jamie Osborn, Weichert Realtors – BenchMark
Jason Sykes, Lifeblood
Derek Venckus, St. Francis Hospital-Bartlett
Phillip Walker, Attorney at Law
Mick Wright, Youth Villages

Tennessee's Smart Yards
The 9 Principles


Year-to-Date, 99 Bartlett Residents averaged 20.9% cost savings on their Prescription Drugs. 

  The City of Bartlett has a program to offer savings on prescription drugs to residents who are without health insurance, a traditional benefits plan, or have prescription drugs that are not covered by insurance.
  The Prescription Discount Card is made available to the residents by the City of Bartlett in collaboration with the
National League of Cities (NLC) and is made possible through the City of Bartlett's membership in NLC.
  The card is Free to all City of Bartlett residents, regardless of age, income or existing health insurance. By using this card, you may save an average of 20% off the regular retail price of prescription drugs at participating pharmacies.
   To discover the savings and learn more about the program,
access the program online
and print a card, check drug prices and locate participating pharmacies.
Residents may also pick up a card at the 

City of Bartlett, Office of Citizen Services
City Hall Annex
6382 Stage Rd.

Bartlett, TN 38134

For more information, call toll free 1-888-620-1749 
This is not insurance. Discounts are only available at participating pharmacies. By using this card, participants agree to pay the entire prescription cost less any applicable discount. Savings may vary by drug and pharmacy.

Targeting Foreclosure Prevention Programs

Boards and Commissions

Calendar of meetings

  1. Bartlett Arts Council
  2. Bartlett Station Commission
  3. Board of Zoning Appeals
  4. City Beautiful Commission
  5. City Government Meetings
  6. Code Appeals Board
  7. Design Review Commission
  8. Family Assistance Commission
  9. Historic Preservation Commission
  10. Industrial Development Board
  11. Parks and Rec Advisory Board
  12. Performing Arts Center Advisory Board
  13. Planning Commission

The Greater Bartlett Council of Neighborhoods is transitioning to improve communication through our "Neighborhood Watch" program and On-Line Social Media accounts including "Next Door",  facilitated by Todd Halford, Public Information Officer for the City of Bartlett Police Department and your Neighborhood Watch Captains. The City of Bartlett utilizes Facebook, Twitter, Pintrest and various other media resources to keep you informed, and foster communications throughout our community.

In addition, we work with Mayor McDonald, and our committee for "Better Bartlett" to provide updates about city events, hold special call 'Town Hall" meetings if necessary, and provide information about special training programs and volunteer opportunities throughout the city.

We are proud to have a group of citizen volunteers who committed to manage the Greater Bartlett Council of Neighborhoods during one of the most tremendous economic downturns and change related to our community in many years. 

Changes in the way we must conduct our business and communicate with each other are vital to successful growth and sustainability for the City of Bartlett as well as Shelby County and our surrounding municipalities.

Thank you all for helping to make Bartlett a great place to live!

We welcome your ideas and suggestions to help us make your city the best it can be!

Bartlett Neighborhoods
  • Abbington Woods
  • Altruria Creek
  • Bartlett Country
  • Bartlett Estates
  • Bartlett Grove
  • Bartlett Heights
  • Bartlett Place Townhomes HOA
  • Bartlett Point HOA
  • Bartlett Village
  • Bartlett Woods HOA
  • Bartlett Woodlands West HOA
  • Battleboro
  • Birdsong Estates HOA
  • Bluffs of Winding Oaks
  • Briarwood HOA
  • Brunswick Forest HOA
  • Castle Ridge HOA
  • Cedar Oaks
  • Chatham Pond HOA
  • Country Club Estates HOA
  • Country Creek HOA
  • Country Meadows
  • Davies Plantation HOA
  • Daybreak
  • Delaney Square HOA
  • Easthill
  • Elmore Park
  • Gailyn Manor Estates
  • Gailyn Ridge
  • Gardens of Bartlett Downs HOA
  • Greystone/Madison Woods HOA
  • Hampton Grove
  • Hickory Creek
  • The Highland's of Bartlett Condo's
  • Historic Bartlett
  • Horton Community
  • Hunter's Walk HOA
  • Ivanhoe
  • Keystone/Steffan Woods
  • Kirby Lakes HOA
  • Kirby Ridge
  • Lakewood of Bartlett HOA
  • Maher Trails
  • Oak Forest HOA
  • Oak Road Meadows
  • Ole Bartlett Village HOA
  • Oliver Grove HOA
  • Peachtree
  • Poet; Old Bartlett Park
  • Quail Ridge HOA
  • Regency Oaks
  • Ravencrest HOA
  • Richland Valley
  • Rockyford
  • Rivercrest
  • Stonetrace
  • Sugar Tree HOA
  • Summerdale Estates HOA
  • Sungate HOA
  • Surrey Wood
  • The Valley at Brunswick HOA
  • The Village at Brunswick HOA
  • Wellsgate HOA
  • Westbrook Farms
  • Windsong
  • Windolyn Estates HOA
  • Windsor Park HOA
  • Wolfchase Farms HOA