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Fire Hydrant Testing and Painting Continues

Fire Hydrant Testing and Painting will continue over the next several weeks for all the hydrants within the town limits. Please know that discoloration in your water is normal and safe. However, we ask that you run the water in your sink or tub for several minutes until it is clear prior to washing laundry. Here is the schedule for this week:

Thursday May 13th Testing list
Scales Farmstead
Nolensville Road
Clovercroft Road

Wednesday May 19th
Bent Creek

Please visit https://www.nolensvilletn.gov/departments/fire/index.php for more information.

Fire Hydrant Testing and Painting

Fire Hydrant Testing and Painting will begin on Thursday, May 6 and will continue over the next several weeks.

Thursday & Friday Testing list:
Stonebrook
Sunset Park
Nolensville Road
Johnson Industrial
Sunset
Sunset Park
Scales Farmstead
Clovercroft

Please visit https://www.nolensvilletn.gov/departments/fire/index.php for more information.



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Fiscal Year 2022 Proposed Budget

Please follow the link below to view the Town of Nolensville's proposed Fiscal Year 2022 budget.  The first reading of Budget Ordinance #21-18  took place on April 27, 2021 at Nolensville Town Hall, 7218 Nolensville Road.  The Board of Commissioners will hold a public hearing on Thursday, May 6, 2021, at 6:00 p.m. to discuss the 2021-2022 Fiscal Year Budget.  The final reading will be Thursday, June 3, 2021 at 6:00 p.m.  All citizens are welcomed to attend the public hearing and  meeting to participate in citizens' comments.

2021-2022 BUDGET - PROPOSED

We are currently accepting applications for the role of a Police Officer. POST certified is preferred, but not required.

Applications will be accepted through May 3. Testing will take place on May 10.

Please visit the following link for additional information https://www.nolensvilletn.gov/news_detail_T28_R5.php

 

New Web GIS site is LIVE

We’re excited to announce that our new web GIS site by InteractiveGIS, Inc. is now live. The site provides user-friendly ways to navigate, search, print, and produce maps and data. Its functionality is designed to work in both mobile and desktop environments so you’ll get the information you want and need with less clicks.

Follow the link to find the new Online Interactive Zoning and GIS Data: https://www.nolensvilletn.gov/departments/planning/interactive_zoning_map.php

Planning Commission and Board of Commissioner Joint Work Session Overview

The Planning Department has received lots of questions today concerning the Joint Work Session of Planning Commission and Board of Commissioners.  These sessions are reviewing “ideas” not approvable plans.  This is an opportunity for Planning Commission members and elected officials to have a conversation with developers.  The session allows developers to understand what the Town wants to see, what they will support and what will be critical to achieving approval of their ideas.  It also gives the elected officials and Planning Commission members an opportunity to state they will not support an idea. 

Recently a large development relocated to another parcel because the Joint Work Session made it clear that the proposed idea did not fit with the vision of the Town.  When the developer leaves the Joint work session they have not received an official approval from the town.  They have simply gotten an understanding of what the Town will support or not support.  Developers must make an official submittal for complete review and complete the process through second reading at the Board of Commissioners before any entitlements are granted to the property. The public is given opportunity to speak for or against projects once the project is before the Planning Commission and again when the project goes before the Board of Commissioners.

If you have further questions on the process links for email are on the Town’s website on the Planning Department page.  You can also follow this link for further information on the process: Joint Work Session Overview.

Preliminary Budget Review

The  Preliminary Budget  for fiscal year July 1, 2021 through June 30, 2022 was presented at the March 23, 2021 Work Session. Please note that this is a preliminary until town staff receives certified tax rates from Williamson County.

Request for Bids

REQUEST FOR BIDS FOR Materials and Labor to Flow, Sand Blast and Paint the Fire Hydrants in the Town of Nolensville, Tennessee. Sealed bids for the flow test of 449 fire hydrants in accordance with NFPA, sand blast and paint 117 fire hydrants and wire brush and paint 439 fire hydrants by the Town of Nolensville, Tennessee, 7218 Nolensville Road, Nolensville, Tennessee 37135 (via hand delivery, courier service, or regular mail), on or before Thursday, April 1, 2021 at 10:00AM.

The envelope containing the bid must be sealed and plainly marked "Bid for Hydrant Maintenance". Bids must be made on the in accordance with Instructions to Bidders furnished by the Town of Nolensville. The defined terms appearing in the General Specifications apply to all Bid Documents. A complete Request for Bids is available, Please click this link for more information: Hydrant Bid

The Town reserves the right to reject any or all bids regarding the hydrant maintenance, to waive irregularities and/or informalities in any bid, and to make an award in any manner, consistent with law, deemed in the best interest of the Town. Questions regarding the bid process should be directed to David Windrow, Fire Chief via email at dwindrow@nolensvilletn.gov or (615) 557-8669.

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Public Hearing: Village District

Notice is hereby given that the Board of Commissioners of the Town of Nolensville will hold a public hearing at 3:00 p.m. on Tuesday, March 23, 2021 concerning Ordinance 21-07, an Ordinance amending the Nolensville Zoning Ordinance to amend the Zoning District in the Town of Nolensville, Tennessee to add Zoning District known as Village Downtown, with 2 sub-zones.

 This public hearing will take place at Town Hall located at 7218 Nolensville Road. The hearing will be open to the public and comments from the public are welcomed. Please note that seating in Town Hall will be limited to ensure social distancing.

Fore more information, please click the following link:  https://www.nolensvilletn.gov/departments/planning/village_zoning_update.php

 

Request for Qualifications:  Major Thoroughfare Plan (MTP)

REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS (RFQ) The Town of Nolensville is seeking Statements of Qualifications from professional engineering/planning service companies for Performing Planning Study Updating the Town’s Major Thoroughfare Plan (MTP) and Conducting Feasibility Analyses for Alternative Corridors.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Town of Nolensville, Tennessee, will receive Statements of Qualifications in the Office of the Town Recorder, Town Hall, 7218 Nolensville Road, Nolensville, Tennessee, 37135. DEADLINE FOR SUBMITTALS THURSDAY, APRIL 1, 2021 AT 2:00 PM (Central Time).  A complete RFQ is available by clicking this link:  RFQ Major Thoroughfare Plan Update.

The envelope containing the Statements of Qualifications must be sealed and addressed to Montique Luster, Town Recorder, and plainly marked "Statement of Qualifications – Major Thoroughfare Update”. Statements of Qualifications that do not adhere to these submittal requirements will be considered non-responsive. Submittals  received after the deadline will not be accepted. Faxed or emailed proposals will not be accepted. The Town of Nolensville shall reserve the right to reject any and all Statements of Qualifications if said body deems it necessary and in the best interest of the citizens of Nolensville, Tennessee. Questions regarding the RFQ should be directed to Victor Lay, Town Manager via email at vlay@nolensvilletn.gov or (615) 776-6688 or Don Swartz, Town Engineer via email at dswartz@nolensvilletn.gov or (615) 776-3323.

Request for Proposal: Temporary Traffic Control Signal

The  Town of Nolensville is seeking proposals from qualified Vendors for materials and installation of a temporary traffic control signal in the Town of Nolensville, Tennessee. 

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS FOR Materials and Installation of a Temporary Traffic Signal in the Town of Nolensville, Tennessee. Sealed Proposals for the installation of temporary traffic signals will be received by the Town of Nolensville, Tennessee, 7218 Nolensville Road (for hand delivery or courier service), P.O. Box 547 (for regular mail service) Nolensville, Tennessee 37135, on or before Monday, March 22, 2021 at 2:00 PM. The envelopes containing the Proposals must be sealed and addressed to Montique Luster, Town Recorder, and plainly marked "Proposal for a Temporary Traffic Signal". Proposals must be made on the Proposal Forms and in accordance with Instructions to Bidders furnished by the Town of Nolensville. The defined terms appearing in the General Specifications apply to all Contract Documents. A complete RFP is available here:  Request for Proposal.

The Town reserves the right to reject any or all Proposals regarding the temporary traffic signal, to waive irregularities and/or informalities in any Proposal, and to make an award in any manner, consistent with law, deemed in the best interest of the Town.

Neighborhood Traffic Calming Program (NTCP)

The Town has adopted a  Neighborhood Traffic Calming Program (NTCP) to address  speeding traffic and related safety concerns within residential neighborhoods. Town staff will help citizens and neighborhoods devise creative and workable ways to enhance neighborhood safety and livability by working closely with neighborhoods to implement effective and cost efficient solutions relating to vehicular traffic in residential areas.

The purpose of this traffic calming program is to provide an appropriate and consistent treatment for traffic calming requests from a  Home owner's Association (HOA) or citizen group.  If your HOA would like to be considered for the NTCP, please  submit a written request for traffic calming on a specific street segment or segments to the Town Engineer or Town Manager

Click this link to learn more about the  Neighborhood Traffic Calming Program.

Apply to Serve on the Board of Construction Appeals

The Board of Commissioners is currently accepting applications for appointments to the Board of Construction Appeals. To apply, please visit https://www.nolensvilletn.gov/government/board_of_construction_appeals.php. Applications are due by 4:00 p.m. on Thursday, March 18.

Mask Mandate Set to Expire

The Williamson County Mask Mandate is set to expire on February 27th at 11:59 PM. Town Hall continues to encourage citizens to voluntarily wear face coverings when in public places where social distancing is not achievable. Follow this link to read the Declaration https://bit.ly/38K0C6a

Road Conditions

In addition to the main roads covered by the County, the Town has enlisted private contractors to assist with clearing roads in many other locations. The priorities include major hills and the main entrances and exits from subdivisions. This work will continue and new locations may be added as funds allow. The current locations include: Read on....
 
 
 

Williamson County Public Safety Urges Community to Take Personal Safety Measures.

Remember to also be safe while sledding! Injuries often occur when the sled hits a stationary object or the child falls off.

1. Children should have an adult with them when they go sledding.
2. Avoid sledding in areas with trees, fences, light poles, frozen lakes, streams or ponds, or on rocky hills. Surface areas of lakes and ponds may appear to be frozen, but will likely not be frozen enough to support humans.
3. Never tie rope to the back of a vehicle or ATV and pull passengers on a sled or other device.

For more information regarding public safety, please visit https://tn-williamsoncountyops.civicplus.com/CivicAlerts.aspx?

Road Conditions

Icy roads and patches of ice/snow are still present. Please avoid travel and stay at home if possible. Town Hall has enlisted the assistance of the County to salt and plow the following roads: Clovercroft, Sam Donald, Sunset, Brittain, Maxwell, Kidd, McFarlin, Fly, Rocky Fork, and York. Thank you for your patience. Crews are working as quickly as possible.

Hazardous Roads

Even though the main roads have been salted, the low temperatures and continued sleet have made them Hazardous. Please be safe and stay off the roads.

Blasting Complaint Procedures

Blasting is regulated by the State Fire Marshal. If you have damage, please call that office and make a report. The number is 615-741-7190. Blasting standards are set forth by the Tennessee Blasting Standards Act, which can be found in Tennessee Code Annotated § 68-105-101 et seq.  TCA § 68-105-110 specifically restricts municipalities from enforcing any standards over and above those established in the Tennessee Blasting Standards Act.

Per the Town’s noise ordinance, construction activity is permitted Monday through Saturday from 7:00 am to 7:00 pm or dark, whichever occurs first. Rules on Sundays are the same except that activity may not begin until 9:00 am. If you notice construction activity outside of these timeframes, please do not hesitate to call the Police Department. Please click this link for Blasting Complaint Procedures.

Apply to Serve on a Committee

The Board of Commissioners is currently accepting applications for appointments to the to the following Committees: Economic Development Advisory Committee, Streetscapes and Public Spaces Advisory Committee, Town Events Advisory Committee, and Trees and Trails Advisory Committee To apply, please visit www.nolensvilletn.gov/government/boards_and_committees.php. Applications are due by 4:00 p.m. on Monday, February 1.

Public Notice: Town Commission Special Work Session

Public Notice
Town Commission Special Work Session

Notice is hereby given that the Town of Nolensville Board of Commissioners will hold a Special Work Session on Thursday, January 28, 2021 at 4:00 p.m. to discuss the proposed planned development zoning ordinance update, to have a general discussion regarding long range planning for the Town of Nolensville, and to discuss the proposed February 2021 Town Commission agenda. The meeting will take place at Town Hall located at 7218 Nolensville Road. The meeting will be open to the public. Please note that seating in Town Hall will be limited to ensure social distancing.

Beer Board Meeting

The Town of Nolensville Beer Board will meet tomorrow at Town Hall for the regularly scheduled meeting at 6:30pm. Attendance will be limited. This meeting will be live streamed on our website. Follow the link for more information. https://www.nolensvilletn.gov/government/agendas/index.php

Town Commission Meeting

The Town of Nolensville Board of Commissioners will meet tomorrow at Town Hall for the regularly scheduled meeting at 7pm. Attendance will be limited. This meeting will be live streamed on our website. Follow the link for more information. https://www.nolensvilletn.gov/government/agendas/index.php

Public Notice-Special Town Commission Meeting held online

The Town of Nolensville Board of Commissioners will have a Special Town Commission Meeting on Friday, December 18, 2020 at 4:00 p.m. Out of an abundance of caution related to COVID-19, the meeting will be held online. The public is invited to participate via Zoom. Click here for agenda and live stream  https://play.champds.com/nolensvilletn/event/171

Public Notice-Special Town Commission Meeting

The Town of Nolensville Board of Commissioners will have Special Town Commission Meeting on Friday, December 18, 2020 at 4:00 p.m. and a meeting on Monday, December 21, 2020 at 4:00 p.m. to enter into an employment agreement with a Town Manager candidate. This meeting will take place at Town Hall located at 7218 Nolensville Road. The meeting will be open to the public. Please note that seating in Town Hall will be limited to ensure social distancing. 

Scheduled Road Work Dec 7th - 12th

Town of Nolensville Roadway Paving and Repairs

Streets being impacted:
December 7th - Oldham St
December 8th - Dortch Lane/Court, King St
December 9-12th - Clovercroft Rd, Old Clovercroft Rd, Same Donald Rd, King St, Sam Donald Court

Please be cautious of work being done in these areas.  Expect delays.  Plan accordingly.


PDF of  detailed scheduled work can be found here - Click for Link

Merry & Bright Holiday Lights Contest Deadline

The Town of Nolensville encourages Nolensville residents and businesses to submit their address by clicking here to register for the Merry & Bright Holiday Lights competition! The deadline to register your home or business is December 15 at 6:00 p.m. A list of registered homes and businesses will be put on a map on the Town of Nolensville's website for citizens to view and vote for their favorites from December 16-19 at 6:00 p.m.

Winning categories include: 
Griswold Award: Most Lit/Decorated House
Frosty The Snowman Award: Best Family Friendly/Kid Pick
Winter Wonderland Award: Most Decorated Subdivision
Rudolph's Choice Award: Best Classic Christmas Decor
Silver Bells Award: Best Decorated Business

Votes will be tallied after 6:00 p.m. on December 16 and yard signs will be delivered to the winners on December 20 following a town-wide drive-thru visit from Santa with the Nolensville Volunteer Fire Department and Nolensville Police Department. 

Merry & Bright Holiday Lights Contest

Town Events is ready to help make your holiday Merry & Bright. The Committee is hosting the  Merry & Bright Holiday Lights contest. This event will be full of holiday magic for the entire family and local businesses. We believe this contest will light up the town.  Three winners will be selected:  Most Lit Home, Most Lit Business, and Most Lit Neighborhood/Subdivision. 


Please visit this link for more information  https://www.nolensvilletn.gov/government/hometown_holiday_event.php

Board of Zoning Appeals Meeting held remotely

Out of an abundance of caution related to COVID-19, Town Hall is closed today. Tonight's Board of Zoning Appeals  meeting  will be held online. at 7:00 p.m. The public is invited to participate. If you would like to make comments, please join the Zoom meeting. When joining the meeting, please remain on mute. For information on joining the meeting, visit http://ow.ly/9QzH50CiNYo.


Public Notice - Town Events Committee Meeting

The Town Events Committee will hold a meeting on Monday, November 2, 2020 at 6:30 p.m. to plan the first Hometown Holidays Celebration. Members of the Board of Commissioners, Economic Development Advisory Committee, and town staff will also attend the meeting to assist in the planning of the event. 

The meeting will be held electronically pursuant to Gov Ex Order #16, 34, 51, 60 & 65. This meeting will be recorded and posted to the website.

Williamson County Mask Mandate

Williamson County Mayor Reinstates Mask Mandate as COVID-19 Cases Rise, Effective October 24th. Nolensville and the rest of the municipalities in Williamson County are united in the commitment to keeping everyone safe.
Press Release and Declaration ➡️ https://bit.ly/3dPqFuU
Downloadable Mask Mandate Signage ➡️ https://bit.ly/2TcdR8B

Historic District Design Concept Open House

The Planning Department will hold an open house at Town Hall from 10 am to 2 pm on October 27 to allow the public to comment on the Streetscape Design Concepts for the Historic District.  The Town received a Multi Modal Design Grant and has been working with a consultant to develop the possible Streetscape Concepts for the Historic District.  Input from the public concerning which concept is preferred is an important element in moving forward.  Masks will be required for those in attendance. Links to the possible streetscape concepts are found on the Planning Webpage under Studies, Adopted Plans and Policies

Community Planning Day

The Town of Nolensville will hold an open house on Saturday, October 17 from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.  for a Community Planning Day.

Special Meeting - Planning Commission

The Planning Commission will hold a special meeting on at Town Hall on Wednesday, October 7, 2020 at 7:00 p.m. 

Public Notice -  Special Town Commission  Meeting

The Town of Nolensville Board of Commissioners will meet at Town Hall on Monday, October 5, 2020 at 6:30 p.m.  

Public Notice -  Special Town Commission  Meeting

The Town of Nolensville Board of Commissioners voted during the regular Thursday, October 1,  2020 meeting to hold a special meeting on Thursday, October 8, 2020  for second reading to consider the emergency ordinances passed on first reading. Please click the link to view  ordinances that will be considered https://play.champds.com/nolensvilletn/event/143

Beer Board Meeting

The Town of Nolensville Beer Board will have a virtual meet on Thursday, October 8, 2020 at 7:45 p.m. to consider two on-premise distributor’s Beer Permit Applications.

Board of Commissioners Training Workshop Recording

A recording of the Board of Commissioners training workshop hosted by Town staff is now available.  Please note the recording has two parts.

Part 1 (1:48:07)
Part 2 (2:15:12)

Hiring: Building Official

The Town of Nolensville is seeking to hire an experienced Building Official. The Building Official conducts building inspections to ensure compliance with building, plumbing, mechanical, electrical, energy conservation, gas, and fire codes. This position is also required to investigate complaints and enforce municipal and zoning codes.

For additional details, please see full job ad.

Hiring: Part-Time Town Attorney

The Town of Nolensville is seeking a part-time Town Attorney to provide professional legal services to Town officials, the Town Manager, staff, and boards and commissions.  The Town Attorney will provide legal advice to Town departments, research and create legal documents and opinions, and represent the Town in legal settings.  The Town of Nolensville recently adopted a Manager-Commission charter.  Candidates should have familiarity with the Manager-Commission form of government.

For additional details, please see full job ad. 

BOMA Executive Session Meeting

The Board of Mayor and Alderman will hold a special executive session meeting  on Tuesday, August 25, 2020 at 10:00 am regarding litigation and settlement.  Please click here for agenda: http://ow.ly/3MM050B7B5g

Information for Individuals, Families, and Businesses Affected by COVID-19

The Town of Nolensville has launched a new page highlighting State and Federal COVID-19 resources.  Please click here for additional information on programs available to individuals, families, and businesses affected by COVID-19.

Public Hearing and Special Meeting

Public Hearing and Special Meeting held on Tuesday, August 18, 2020. Click here for agenda and live stream.

Hiring: Interim Town Attorney  -  Closed

The Town of Nolensville is accepting applications for the position of Interim Town Attorney for immediate consideration. 

Williamson County Extends Face Mask Mandate

Please be advised that Williamson County Government has extended the mask mandate to August 29, 2020. Please follow the link to view the emergency order: http://ow.ly/j9Ci50AQgMm

Williamson County Mayor Issues Declaration of Public Health Order (Face Masks)

The Town of Nolensville is following the county-wide Executive Order requiring all citizens and visitors to wear masks or face coverings when in public places and social distancing is not possible. Please click here for more information.


EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 7

AN ORDER OF THE TOWN CONTINUING TO ADOPT THE GOVERNOR’S  TENNESSEE PLEDGE GUIDELINES AND EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 38 AS AMENDED 

Now Hiring: Police Officer

The Town of Nolensville is accepting applications for the position of Certified Police Officer for immediate consideration. We are currently seeking one patrol officer that must be Tennessee P.O.S.T. certified at the time of appointment.

EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 6 EXTENDED

AN ORDER OF THE TOWN CONTINUING TO ADOPT THE GOVERNOR’S  TENNESSEE PLEDGE GUIDELINES AND EXECUTIVE ORDER NO.  34 AS AMENDED 

Executive Order No. 6

AN ORDER OF THE TOWN CONTINUING TO ADOPT THE GOVERNOR’S  TENNESSEE PLEDGE GUIDELINES AND EXECUTIVE ORDER NO.  34 AS AMENDED 

EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 5

AN ORDER OF THE TOWN CONTINUING TO ADOPT THE GOVERNOR’S  TENNESSEE PLEDGE GUIDELINES AS AMENDED

EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 4

AN ORDER OF THE TOWN ADOPTING THE GOVERNOR’S  TENNESSEE PLEDGE GUIDELINES 

Sunset Road Widening Project Status Update

Wednesday, April 22, 2020
Sunset Road Widening Project Status

EXECUTIVE ORDER No. 3 EXTENDED-COVID19

AN ORDER OF THE TOWN ADOPTING THE GOVERNOR’S EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 23 REQUIRING TENNESSEANS TO STAY HOME UNLESS ENGAGING IN ESSENTIAL ACTIVITY OR ESSENTIAL SERVICES

EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 3-COVID-19

AN ORDER OF THE TOWN ADOPTING THE GOVERNOR’S EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 23 REQUIRING TENNESSEANS TO STAY HOME UNLESS ENGAGING IN ESSENTIAL ACTIVITY OR ESSENTIAL SERVICES

EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 2 - COVID-19

Executive Order No. 2 an Extension of Executive Order No. 1

Executive Order No. 1- COVID-19

EXECUTIVE ORDER NO 1

Town of Nolensville's precautionary measures amid COVID-19

Out of an abundance of caution and in an attempt to protect the health, safety and well-being of the public and our staff, effective March 19, 2020, and until further notice the Nolensville Town Hall will be closed to the general public.

Williamson County Alert System

Notifying all citizens of Williamson County

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Public Hearings

The Board of Commissioners will hold two public hearings at 7:00pm on Thursday, January 7, 2021. The first public hearing is regarding repealing the existing floodplain regulations and adopting updated floodplain regulations within the corporate limits of the Town. This is to minimize danger to life and property due to flooding, and to maintain eligibility for participation in the national flood insurance program. The second public hearing will be regarding amending the Nolensville Zoning Ordinance to address the use of
cluster mailboxes in the Town.