Smithville, established in 1929, though existing as a community for almost 200 years, is the northernmost municipality in Monroe County and is home to about 900 friendly folks who would love to have you join them for a visit… or even better, as a resident!
We’re proud to be the hometown of the late Rod Brasfield, star of the Grand Ole Opry and a member of the Country Music Hall of Fame. You’ll enjoy the moderate climate, favorable tax rate, our excellent police, fire protection and utility services, plus the nearby shopping opportunities that are available in Smithville, Amory and Tupelo.
Both commercial and recreational boaters utilize the Smithville Marina, located near the Glover Wilkins Lock & Dam on the Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway.
Smithville schools, ranging from K through Grade 12, are part of the Monroe County School District. Smithville High School was rated Level 4 (Exemplary) for the 2005-2006 school year.
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs offers a number of services to its patients in the Northeast Mississippi area via the Smithville-based outpatient clinic.
Residential and business customers of the modern Smithville Telephone Company enjoy a full line of services, including broadband internet access. Our telephone company is locally owned and boasts of equipment that features the latest in technological advances.