What do I need to do to view an employee’s personnel file?The City has specific protocol when it comes to open records requests. You will be required to complete Request for Information forms in the Mayor’s office and HR Department. Once the file has been reviewed and protected information redacted, an appointment will be set for you to come in to Hendersonville City Hall and review file. A nominal fee will be charged for copies as provided to you at time of your request for information.
Where is City Court held?City Court is held at the City Courthouse - One Executive Park Drive (next to Police Station)
Where do I make payments for traffic citations?You can pay for traffic citations online at Secure Court Fee Pay - Business Information Systems or by cash or money order at Hendersonville City Hall - 101 Maple Drive North.
Where do I turn in public service work papers that I received in court?Public Service work papers should be turned into the City Clerks office at City Hall - 101 Maple Drive North.
The City Administrator’s mission is to carry out the day-to-day operations of the City government providing administrative leadership to the City’s more than 500 employees. The City Administrator is appointed by, and serves at the leisure of, the Board of Mayor and Aldermen (BOMA). In addition to the overall operation of the city and monitoring performance of all departments, the City Administrator may collaborate with a variety of groups and agencies, both public and private, in development of the city’s economic base. The City Administrator also oversees preparation of the annual budget and ensures local, state, and federal compliance with all fiscally sound accounting procedures. Strategically, the City Administrator will manage the development and implementation of City goals, objectives and long-term plans.
Dave LeMarbre, Interim City Administrator
Dave LeMarbre is serving as the Interim City Administrator for the City of Hendersonville after previously serving as the Director of the Hendersonville Parks and Recreation Department.
Dave received his BS in Education, Business and Sociology from Tennessee Technological University and received his masters from Western Kentucky University. While serving as Parks Director, Dave was a member of the Tennessee Recreation and Parks Association, receiving his National Certification from NRPA. He has served as a local ASA Commissioner and as State ASA President and State Commissioner. He has also served as TSSAA State Softball Supervisor for over 25 years and has been the Umpire in Chief at the State High School Softball. Dave is a member of the Amateur Softball Hall of Fame. In 2019 Dave was honored by TSSAA with a Distinguish Service Award and the TRPA recognized him with one of only 38 Lifetime Membership Achievement Awards given over the past 70 years. The City of Hendersonville named him to their Wall of Fame and renamed it the David LeMarbre Wall of Fame.
Dave and his wife, Patricia, a former educator, have two sons, Eric and Michael and six grandchildren.