City of Parsons Welcomes You


Parsons Municipal Building

Located on the Banks of the Beautiful Tennessee River about half way between Memphis & Nashville.
Just 15 minutes South of I-40 at exit 126 on Hwy 641 South.



Parsons City Cemetery Decoration Day

The Parsons Cemetery Board of Directors has established the Sunday before Memorial Day in May as Decoration Day for the Parsons City Cemetery. The city encourages all families who have relatives buried in the Parsons City Cemetery to join us that weekend as we honor the lives of those who have gone before us by placing appropriate flower decorations on as many of the graves as possible. A program to honor and recognize veterans buried in the Parsons City Cemetery is planned for Sunday, May 24, 2015, at 2:00 p.m. at the cemetery located on West Second Street. Scotts Hill American Legion Post #243, Jerry Taylor, Commander will present the Ceremonial Thirteen Folds of the American Flag as a part of the program honoring the veterans. The Parsons City Cemetery Board of Directors invites the public to attend.

As of March 2015, those living within the Parsons City Limits are protected by a ISO 3 Fire Department.
Watch the video below to find out what that means to you:




Take a look at how Technology is helping Parsons Utilities save taxpayer dollars:





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• Click here for a promotional video on the proposed Parsons Community Park.

• Click here for more information on the proposed Parsons Community Park.

The City of Parsons has been awarded a Land & Parks Recreation Fund (LPRF) grant for Phase I
designed to re-purpose approximately ten acres of the old Scott-Gibson Airport for recreation.



We Take Pride in Parsons!