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13th Annual Country Ham Festival, Sat., Oct. 1
Mark your calendars for the 2016 John Maher Builders Country Ham Festival, set for 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 1, around the lake of the Tennessee Children's Home in Spring Hill. It will be a full day of fun, fantastic food, arts and crafts, and Read on...
Spring Hill Night Out Against Crime, Oct. 4, at Port Royal Park
The Spring Hill Police Department’s annual Night Out Against Crime is from 5-8 p.m. Oct. 4 at Port Royal Park. SHPD looks forward to celebrating another year of strengthening police-community partnerships through fun, food and fellowship. Additional Info...
Spring Hill joins Williamson County Schools in again adopting 'Be Nice' movement
Mayor Rick Graham recently proclaimed September as “Be Nice Month in Spring Hill,” joining Williamson County government and the county’s five other municipalities in again adopting Williamson County Schools’ popular, and now annual, “Be Nice” campaign. News Release-9/13/16
U.S. 31 improvement plans to be reviewed by TAC; public invited to comment on plans
The City of Spring Hill soon will bid out a series of nine improvement projects for U.S. 31 (Main St) to help improve traffic flow and reduce congestion. The plans will be reviewed at a Sept. 19 meeting and residents and businesses are encouraged to Read on...
Spring Hill Art Walk & Pickin' in the Park along Main Street on Sat., Sept. 17
The annual Spring Hill Art Walk is a day to discover art, music and beautiful scenery in the old part of Spring Hill. See the works of many local artists, and enjoy music, crafts and food, along Main Street. Read on...
Fire Department offers residents free 10-year smoke alarms and installation
The State Fire Marshal’s Office recently presented Spring Hill Fire Department with over 100 smoke alarms that Spring Hill firefighters will install, free of charge, in high-fire-risk homes in Spring Hill. Here's how to request smoke alarms from SHFD. Read on...
City of Spring Hill awarded state energy grant to reduce electric, HVAC costs
The City of Spring Hill on Sept. 6 was awarded an energy grant by the state Dept. of Environment & Conservation (TDEC) to install a series of energy efficiency projects at three City facilities to create significant savings on municipal utility costs. Read on...
Community input meetings announced for proposed Alexander Farms development on Buckner
Southeast Ventures, proposing to develop a 780-acre tract in the northeast corner of the city, known as Alexander Farms, is seeking input and questions from Spring Hill residents at two upcoming community meetings about the proposed development Read on...
Public & employees invited to 7th Annual City of Spring Hill Health & Wellness Fair, Sept. 7-8
We hope you'll join us for this year's City of Spring Hill Health and Wellness Fair from 1:30 - 6 p.m. Wed., and 8 a.m.-noon Thursday, Sept. 8, at the U.A.W. Hall, 125 Stephen Yokich Parkway, in Spring Hill. Read on...
Garbage/recycling pickup delayed one day due to Labor Day holiday
During the week of Sept. 5, all garbage and recycling collection routes within the City of Spring Hill will be serviced one day later than normal, due to the observance of Labor Day. For example, if your assigned pickup day is Read on...
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