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Special Census FAQs & Update 

The Greater Nashville Regional Council (GNRC) has verified the Town of Nolensville's Census numbers and has recommended the approval of our count.  The next step is for our number of 11,097 residents be certified by the Tennessee Department of Economic & Community Development.


Thank you Nolensville residents for participating in the 2017 - 2018 Special Census!  Here are some answers to questions posed on the Town of Nolensville's official Facebook page and others:

Q: How many residents were counted in the current special census?

A: The current special census unofficial results show Nolensville has a population of 11,097.  This reflects those who completed the census online or via mail-in response form no later than February 28, 2018.  The results of the census will now move to the certification process, which will take several weeks, and then be delivered to the State of Tennessee.

Q: When was the last special census conducted?

A: The last special census was conducted between the fall of 2014 and the winter of 2015.  The results were certified in June 2015.

Q: How many residents were counted in the last special census?

A: The certified number of residents in June 2015 was 7,936.

Q: I missed the deadline.  Can I still register for the special census?

A: The special census is now closed.  However, we are still accepting paper returns.  If you are interested, we encourage you to download a special census form here and drop it off at Town Hall--7218 Nolensville Rd.  Or, mail it to: Town of Nolensville P.O. Box 547 Nolensvile, TN 37135.  Any census forms received now will fortify the number we have submitted to the State of Tennessee, although you will not be included in the official count.  Your response will also help us with future special census efforts!

Q: Why do we have a special census?

A: The Town receives a portion of shared tax revenue from the State of Tennessee based on the population.  This revenue helps us maintain a low property tax rate while providing road improvements, police and fire protection.





Posted by Kali Mogul Wednesday, November 1, 2017 1:03:00 PM Categories: Important Information

Hiring Qualified Police Officers 

The Town of Nolensville is currently seeking to hire multiple police officers. Come join our growing department and become a valued member of our team!

The Town of Nolensville offers a competitive benefits package with the following benefits:

  • Complete salary range $17.77 - $24.26/hour
  • Comprehensive insurance package (medical, dental, vision, life)
  • Other supplementary/voluntary insurance options
  • Paid time off including holidays, vacation and sick leave

Please click here to read the attached job description for more information. Preference given to applicants that are Tennessee P.O.S.T. certified at the time of appointment.

We encourage qualified candidates to complete an application and submit via email to: or by mailing to:

Town of Nolensville
Attention: Human Resources
P.O. Box 547
Nolensville, TN 37135 
Posted by Kali Mogul Wednesday, November 1, 2017 11:10:00 AM Categories: Important Information

Road Improvement Plans & Documents 

The following documents detail the planning and funding tools currently in place in the Town of Nolensville to address much needed road improvements and transportation within the Town limits. 

The first major road improvement project--Sunset Road--is currently underway. 

Click here for monthly Sunset Road update 

Click here for Sunset Road improvements timeline

Planning Tool:  Major Thoroughfare Plan—Last update 2016

The purpose of this Major Thoroughfare Plan (MTP) is to provide a tool for the Town of Nolensville that helps in the decision making process resulting in informed decisions relative to transportation improvements. Along with providing the Town with an analysis of existing traffic conditions for 2016, this MTP also provides an assessment of expected traffic conditions for the year 2040 based upon anticipated growth within the region, the Town, and the resulting increases in traffic, as projected by the Nashville Area MPO travel demand model.

Click here for the Major Thoroughfare Plan amended 11/14/17

Click here for the Major Thoroughfare Plan project list, amended 11/14/17

Click here for the Major Thoroughfare Plan map, amended 11/14/17

Funding Tool:  Road Impact Fee Study—Updated 2017

Some of the most costly impacts of new development are on the major road system. A road impact fee helps to ensure that new development “pays its way” for its impact on major roads. At the same time, road impact fees rationalize the process of ad hoc, negotiated exactions and “level the playing field” by treating all developers in a fair and predictable manner.

The purpose of this study is to update the impact fees that the Town of Nolensville charges for road improvements needed to accommodate future residential and nonresidential development. These fees were originally adopted in 2007, and a partial update that did not include a revised transportation plan was adopted in 2013. This study, based on Town’s recently-adopted Major Thoroughfare Plan, represents the first comprehensive update of the fees in ten years.

Click here for Impact Fee Study

Funding Tool:  Updated Road Impact Fees—Updated 2017

(Link to Ordinance)

Funding Tool:  Special Census

The State of Tennessee distributes various tax proceeds to cities and towns based on certified population.  Due to the tremendous growth the Town of Nolensville is experiencing, the Board of Mayor and Aldermen called for a special census to be conducted in the 2017 – 2018 fiscal year. 

The census determined that the Town of Nolensville has now has a population of 11,097, which is 3,161 more residents than were counted during the 2015 - 2016 special census.

Planning Tool:  Comprehensive Plan

A Comprehensive Plan is a general planning document that connects other elements of the Town’s long-range planning projects, including the Land Use Policy Plan, Major Thoroughfare Plan, Multi-Use Path and Greenway Plan, and Capital Improvement Plan. 

Click here for the Comprehensive Plan
Click here for an explanation of the Comp Plan


Posted by Kali Mogul Sunday, October 29, 2017 8:14:00 AM Categories: Important Information

Nolensville Road Closure 

Nolensville Road North Bound between Summerlyn Drive and Stonebrook Boulevard will be closed Saturday, October 28, 2017 between 7:00 a.m. and 7:30 a.m. for a road race.  Please use an alternate route.

Runners will be present throughout Town on portions of the roads below between 7:00 a.m. and 10:00 a.m., although no other roads will be closed to traffic.  Please use caution.

Summerlyn Drive, Stonebrook Blvd., Norfolk Lane, Baronswood Drive, Kidd Road, McFarlin Road, Fly Road, Rocky Springs Road, Rocky Fork Road, York Road

Click here for race course map


Posted by Kali Mogul Friday, October 27, 2017 8:28:00 AM Categories: Important Information

Williamson County Schools/Nolensville-TN Volunteers for Texas 


Posted by Vivianne Conn Thursday, August 31, 2017 3:07:00 PM Categories: Important Information

Updated Public Records Policy  

Ordinance 17-07, amending Title 1, Chapter 1, Section 1-104 of the Nolensville Municipal Code was adopted on second and final reading on May 4, 2017.  Please click here for the updated Public Records Policy, as required by T.C.A. 10-7-503(g).

Click here for the Public Record(s) Request/Response Forms.

Posted by Kali Mogul Friday, May 5, 2017 10:53:00 AM Categories: Important Information
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