Nolensville News - May 3rd

Nolensville News – Friday, May 3rd

Town Manager
The Town of Nolensville was recently given a grant from the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation which is aimed at using State American Rescue Plan funds to implement water, wastewater, and stormwater infrastructure maintenance and improvement projects. We have selected a consulting engineering firm, Neel-Schaffer, Inc., to perform a Town-wide inventory and condition assessment of Nolensville’s stormwater assets, develop a Town-wide stormwater study, and develop plans for stormwater capital improvement projects resulting from the study’s recommendations. Teams of personnel will be seen around Nolensville collecting information on the Town’s stormwater system. They will be wearing bright-colored vests and carrying iPads and survey equipment to collect information on the storm infrastructure between March 20 and mid-June. If you have any questions, please contact Don Swartz, Town Engineer ( or Chuck Downham, Assistant Town Manager (

The Town of Nolensville is pleased to announce its partnership with Greater Nashville Regional Council (GNRC) to assist in ensuring the accuracy of special census data. GNRC has finished their portion of the verification process and we are getting ready to submit our census to the state. 

Police Department
This week, the Nolensville Police Department sent several officers to training on the use of equipment that we carry every day. Officers spent three days learning how to teach other officers on the use of de-escalation techniques and impact devices. Training our officers is very important to the department, our community, and the successful outcome of our mission.

On Thursday, Christina Sabol was sworn in as a new patrol officer for Nolensville Police Department. She is a 10-year veteran from a state highway patrol agency and holds a bachelor’s degree in emergency services management. Once Christina has completed her field training program, she will join our night watch patrol. Please help us welcome Christina to Nolensville!

Last night at the BOC meeting, Chief Parker officially announced his retirement after 46 years of service to Williamson County. As a recruitment for a new Chief begins, Chief Parker has committed to stay in Nolensville until his replacement is hired and transitioned into the new role. The impact that Chief has made on this Town will become his legacy for years to come!

Today Nolensville Police Department will help young students from Mill Creek Middle bike to school. We would like to thank the staff at Mill Creek Middle School for inviting us to attend this event. Developing relationships with the community is something that we value as a department! 

Fire Department
This week Captain Adam Wynggard attended the 34th annual Congressional Fire Service Institute Conference in Washington D.C. The event focused on senior leadership topics in the fire service including cancer prevention, lithium-ion battery concerns, and AI integration in the fire service. Captain Wyngaard also had the opportunity to meet individuals serving in congress, discussing state and fire service concerns face to face with them. Attendance for Nolensville Fire staff at conferences is an opportunity for learning and growth but also paves the way for relationship building with other fire service leadership, providing a support network for our department. Thank you, Captain Wyngaard, for your commitment to Nolensville Fire and its continued growth!

This week, three of our fire personnel completed training for the national Stop the Bleed campaign. We are excited to bring this program to Nolensville in the future! Keep your eye on our social media for information on classes as they become available!

May is Water Safety Month! Make sure you follow us on social media (@nolensvillefire) for safety tips throughout the month. If you are looking for additional water safety information, click HERE for our safety flyers. We also have a few water safety activities for kids on our kids’ corner. Click HERE to access free downloadable activities!

Engineering Department
At the end of April, the Town of Nolensville opened sealed bids for the construction of the right-turn lane on Nolensville Road at Sunset Road. We received four bids from the following construction firms: Sessions Paving, Civil Constructors, Jones Brothers, and Volunteer Paving. The bids are being reviewed for completeness and accuracy. Following the finalization of the bid tabulations, the lowest responsive bidder will be awarded the contract for this project.

A contract extension for the Historic District Streetscape project was submitted to the TDOT Local Programs Division due to the length of time needed to work through the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) phase of the project.


Communications Department
May is a busy month! We are celebrating Building Safety Month, National Bike Safety Month, and Public Works Week. Make sure you are following our social media for more information and to learn more about these initiatives!

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Calling all HOA’s - save the date for our next meeting on June 10th. We will meet at Town Hall at 6pm. More info to come! 

Mark your calendars for our Star-Spangled Celebration on Saturday June 29th from 6-9pm. This family fun event will be held at Nolensville High School, and you won’t want to miss it. Come enjoy games, live music, local vendors, good food and fireworks! If you are a business looking to set up a vendor booth, you can apply HERE. If you want to volunteer at the event, please click HERE. Additional question for the event can be directed to

Human Resources Department
We are HIRING! Our current openings include Town Engineer and Public Works Staff. For more information or to apply, visit Job Opportunities here! 

Community Corner
Head out to Mill Creek Brewery tonight, Friday May 3rd for some live music with Caleb Elder starting at 6pm! 

Don’t miss out on our famous Nolensville Farmers Market this Saturday from 8AM-12PM at the Historic Nolensville School! Please note the summer hours and location as the Farmers Market kicks off their 10-year anniversary!

Williamson County is hosting the annual Household Hazardous Waste Collection on Saturday, May 4, 2024, from 8 AM – 1 PM at the Williamson County Administrative Complex parking lot (located at 1320 West Main Street in Franklin). This is your chance to safely dispose of your leftover or unwanted cleaning products, home maintenance chemicals, or lawn and garden products! It’s free! To learn more about the collection event, including a complete list of what will or will not be accepted on May 4th, please visit the county’s website at: Please remember that NO BOPAE (Batteries, Oil, Paint, Antifreeze, Electronics) will be accepted at the May 4th HHW collection event. City of Franklin hosts a year-round collection for Williamson County residents to dispose of their batteries, oil, oil-based paint, antifreeze, and electronics! You can learn more about the year-round BOPAE collection at City of Franklin’s website:

Mill Creek Brewery is hosting a “Pints and Pups” event on Saturday May 4th from 1-4pm. One dollar of every pint sold will be donated to Retrieving Independence. For more information visit

Sunset Middle and Sunset Elementary Blood Drive will be held Monday, May 6 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on the Red Cross Bus. Schedule your appointment today! REGISTER HERE!

Mill Creek Brewery’s 10-year anniversary celebration will be June 15th from 2pm-9pm. Tickets are $10 with the proceeds benefiting Nolensville Parks. Come out for a day of fun, food, and live music!

Town Commission Meetings
Notice is hereby given that all meetings will be held at Town Hall located at 7218 Nolensville Road, Nolensville, TN 37135 unless otherwise specified. 

  1.     Town Commission Work Session, Monday, May 20, 2024, 4:00 p.m. 

Please visit the Town’s website,, to view all published meeting agendas. 

All meetings are open and public sessions in accordance with law. All interested persons are urged to attend. For accommodations due to disabilities or other special arrangements, please contact the Town Recorder at or 615-776-6691. This request, if possible, should be made three (3) working days prior to the meeting. 

Town Advisory Committee Meetings
Notice is hereby given that all meetings will be held at Town Hall located at 7218 Nolensville Road, Nolensville, TN 37135 unless otherwise specified. 

  1.     Trees and Trails Committee Meeting, Wednesday, May 8, 11:30 a.m. 
  2.     Streetscapes & Public Spaces Meeting, Wednesday, May 8, 4:30 p.m. 
  3.     Town Events Committee Meeting, Thursday, May 9, 4:30p.m. 
  4.     Planning Commission Regular Meeting, Tuesday, May 14, 6:30 p.m. 
  5.     Economic Development Committee Meeting, Thursday, May 23, 4:00p.m. 
All meetings are open and public sessions in accordance with law. All interested persons are urged to attend. For accommodations due to disabilities or other special arrangements, please contact the Town Recorder at or 615-776-6691. This request, if possible, should be made three (3) working days prior to the meeting.