The Board of Mayor and Aldermen: Nolensville was chartered as a Town in 1996 with a Board of Mayor and Aldermen (BOMA) as the legislative and policy-making body of the Town. The Board consists of four (4) aldermen members elected at-large for 4-year, staggered terms, and one (1) mayor elected at-large for a four year term. Unless otherwise rescheduled, the Board of Mayor and Aldermen meets on the first Thursdays of each month at 7 p.m. at Nolensville Town Hall, located at 7218 Nolensville Road. Special meetings and workshops are held at various times as needed.
Current members of the BOMA
Mayor: Jimmy Alexander (2018)
Mayor Alexander has been a Nolensville resident since 1999. He retired from the Metropolitan Government of Nashville, TN in 2004 after being a staff member of the Planning Commission for 42 years. Mayor Alexander was elected to the Nolensville Alderman Board in 2004 and elected for a second term in 2008. He has been a member of the Nolensville Planning Commission since being elected Alderman and is a member of the Williamson CountyEconomic Development Committees. Mayor Alexander was elected as Mayor in November 2010 and re-elected in November of 2014 and 2018.
Besides his role as Chief Executive Officer, Mayor Alexander continues to serve on the Planning Commission. He also represents Nolensville and serves as an At-Large Director on the Tennessee Municipal League Board
Alderman: Larry Felts (2016)
Larry Felts, with his wife and two children moved to Nolensville in January of 1981. After 30 years as a member of the 118th Airlift Wing, Tennessee Air National Guard, and a Technician with the same unit for 25 years, he retired in December of 2005. Alderman Felts is past president of the Williamson/Davidson County Chapter of MADD.
Alderman Felts was elected as Alderman in 2000 and again in 2008, 2012, and 2016. He served as Vice Mayor in 2012 and serves on the Emergency Management Committee.
Alderman: DEREK ADAMS (2018)
Alderman Derek Adams was elected to the position in 2018. He graduated from
Eastern Kentucky University with a B.S. in Computer Science. He currently works as a software engineer specializing in migration of data to the cloud for many healthcare companies around Nashville. Derek is a resident of Bent Creek with his wife Courtney, two sons Harvey and Sullivan, and adopted daughter Ginny Rose.
Alderman: Tommy Dugger (2018)