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Secluded Lane (off Duplex Road, leading to Chapman’s Retreat Elementary School) will be paved during Williamson County's fall break between Oct. 17-20. Please drive carefully in this area and be mindful of construction workers.
The splash pad at Port Royal Park will remain open from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily through Sunday, Sept. 9, when it closes for the season. Parks & Rec. will not be hosting a Doggy Splash event at the splash pad this year.
Spring Hill Public Works will be repairing a portion of Derryberry Lane starting Wednesday, Aug. 8, through Friday, Aug. 10, between 8:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. each day. Please drive slowly through this area when workers are present. Thank you.
The City of Spring Hill does not host a public fireworks display on Independence Day; however, residents are allowed to shoot fireworks between noon and 11 p.m. on July 4. For more specific details, see the City of Spring Hill
The annual Spring Hill Memorial Day Celebration is set for Saturday, May 26, at Port Royal Park, including a Memorial Day Ceremony honoring those who gave the ultimate sacrifice while serving in the armed forces, and the season opening of the splash pad.
Spring Hill Police Department has recovered numerous items that were either stolen or found property. We are reaching out to residents to determine if any of these items belong to you. If you think one of these items may be yours, please
Reminder: Early voting for the May 1 Williamson County Primary Election ends Thursday, April 26. Polls are now open for early voting each day from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. at Longview Recreation Center, 2909 Commonwealth Drive, in Spring Hill.
The City of Spring Hill received well over 300 comments and suggestions from the public on the Unified Development Code (UDC) draft. As part of the process of addressing each of the comments, the comments are now available for public review.
Spring Hill has been ranked the second Safest City in Tennessee, just behind Brentwood, by the National Council for Home Safety and Security. Thank you to our Spring Hill Police & Fire Departments, emergency dispatchers and EMS for keeping our city safe!
Spring Hill continued on an upward growth trajectory in 2017, bringing with it many notable changes and accomplishments. Here’s a look at just some of the City of Spring Hill’s highlights from the Year 2017!
Don't miss the 10th annual Kiwanis Spring Hill Christmas Parade at 5 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 2, in Spring Hill. Main Street will be closed from The Crossings to Duplex Road from 4-8 p.m. Dec. 2; access to The Crossings will remain open.
Waste Management will not pick up garbage or recycling Thursday, Nov. 24, in observance of Thanksgiving. If your trash or recycling route falls on the holiday, it will be picked up Friday instead. If it normally falls on Friday, it will be Saturday.
Applications are now being accepted for the 2018 Neighborhood Sidewalk Program. Neighborhood associations and residents are encouraged to submit projects for consideration for the upcoming 2018-19 project cycle. The submission deadline is 4 p.m. Oct. 31.
Work began Aug. 9 on the installation of a much needed traffic signal Kedron Road at Port Royal Road (Greens Mill Road). This is one of four traffic signals funded in the 2017-18 fiscal year City budget. Please use caution in this area during construction
Work began Aug. 8 on the installation of a much needed traffic signal on Duplex Road at Buckner Lane. Please drive slowly through this area during construction. This is one of four traffic signals funded in this year's new City budget.
Spring Hill Police will be heavily patrolling Port Royal Road in the 35 m.p.h. speed zone area due to frequent speeding and a high number of accidents. The speed monitoring trailer also will be in this location. Please be mindful of the speed limit.
Fireworks are not allowed to be sold within the city limits of Spring Hill. However, fireworks are allowed to be set off in Spring Hill between noon and 11 p.m. on July 4 for the Independence Day holiday, per City Ordinance.
The City of Spring Hill is inviting health and wellness service providers to register to host a booth next month at the 8th Annual City of Spring Hill Health and Wellness Fair, July 19-20. See the registration form on our website.
The Spring Hill BOMA has expanded the Spring Hill Transportation Advisory Committee to seven members, and Mayor Rick Graham is now seeking to fill a remaining citizen seat on the committee. Citizen applicants are encouraged to apply.
Mayor Rick Graham announced on May 17 his appointment of a task force to oversee transition of the historic Rippavilla Plantation into city operations following the BOMA’s recent action to officially acquire Rippavilla and its related 98 acres.
Five newly elected members of the Spring Hill Board of Mayor and Aldermen were sworn into office tonight alongside their families at City Hall, where Mayor Rick Graham also announced his mayoral city committee appointments.
Thursday, April 13, is election day in Spring Hill. Voters will cast ballots for mayor and four ward alderman seats. Get voting times and locations and other details for both Maury and Williamson county residents of Spring Hill on our website.
Early voting is underway for the April 13, 2017, Spring Hill Municipal Election, allowing voters to cast ballots for mayor and four alderman seats. Early voting runs from March 24 through April 8.
Join us at 7 p.m. March 14, at City Hall, to see a presentation on the Technical Review & Approaches Report, part of the process of creating a Unified Development Code to join our zoning ordinances & subdivision regulations into a unified document.
The Spring Hill Board of Mayor and Aldermen is encouraging city residents who are passionate about improving our city’s quality of life through vibrant parks and active recreational opportunities to apply to serve on the Parks and Recreation Commission.
The new traffic signal at Duplex Road and Miles Johnson Parkway is now fully operational. Please use caution at this intersection during the next few weeks as drivers become accustomed to the intersection being signalized.
Painting and restoration work on the Southside water storage tank is now complete. The 30-year-old tank, which sits behind the Stonecreek neighborhood, was sandblasted, painted and resealed, inside and out, to protect it for many years to come.
Mark your calendars for the Fifth Annual Spring Hill Pickin’ in the Park music event, offering monthly live music in Harvey Park, May-September. Registration remains open for local musicians interested in performing. See official news release for details.
Residents of the Buckner Place neighborhood are encouraged to attend a community meeting at 6 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 16, at Spring Hill City Hall to discuss possible solutions to the City of Spring Hill's ongoing neighborhood stormwater drainage project.
The year 2016 was another exciting and productive year for Spring Hill. Here's a look at some of the many highlights and accomplishments in 2016
A Spring Hill community and development survey is available Dec. 15 - Jan. 15 as part of the City of Spring Hill’s efforts to create a Unified Development Code (UDC). To access the survey, see the official
Mark your calendars. Registered city voters this spring will have an opportunity to choose the next mayor, and aldermen from each of the four voting wards, in the April 13, 2017, Spring Hill municipal election.
Nine SHFD firefighters, along with Fire Chief Terry Hood, helped fight fires and carry out local emergency needs Nov. 29-Dec. 2 in Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge. Our local crew was proudly welcomed home Dec. 2 with an impromptu gathering at Fire Station 3.
Construction got underway Nov. 30 on the installation of a long-awaited temporary traffic signal at Duplex Road and Port Royal Road. The construction, expected to take about four days, will cause some traffic delays
Sign up now on our website to participate in the Christmas Parade, sponsored annually by Kiwanis of Spring Hill & Thompson's Station and the City of Spring Hill. The parade is at 5 p.m. Sat., Dec. 3, starting on Stephen P. Yokich Parkway.
Early voting is Oct. 19 - Nov. 3 for the upcoming Nov. 8, 2016 Presidential Election. Here are details on early voting locations and times, which vary for Maury and Williamson residents of Spring Hill.
The Tennessee Chapter of the American Planning Association (TAPA) recently awarded the City of Spring Hill with a 2016 Outstanding Planning Award for the Crossings Circle Transportation Study conducted by City-commissioned consultants, Kimley-Horn.
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.
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.
Spring Hill recently was ranked the fourth safest city in Tennessee by the financial services website, Credit Donkey. Thank you, Spring Hill Police Department, for making our city a safe and secure place to live.
Zippia.com, a career mapping website, recently ranked Spring Hill the fifth most successful city in Tennessee. It's among a listing of the Top 10 Most Successful Cities in TN put out by www.Zippia.com on July 28.
The application process is now open to apply for Neighborhood Sidewalk Program funding for the 2017-18 budget year. The City will receive project requests from interested neighborhoods or citizen groups until 4 p.m. Sept. 30, 2016.
The City of Spring Hill’s paving contractor began this week milling and repaving the first of nearly a dozen streets included in this fiscal year’s paving budget. See which streets will get repaved in the 2016-17 fiscal year.
The results of the City of Spring Hill’s 2016 special census have been certified by the state verifying Spring Hill has gained 4,477 residents within the past two years since the last special census was certified in 2014.
Spring Hill Public Library now offers library cardholders access to over 9 million downloadable songs from more than 28,000 labels through Freegal Music Service, as well as access to music videos.
As Spring Hill continues to experience exponential growth, providing expanded City services to thousands of new residents has meant hiring additional staf. The newly approved budget, effective July 1, includes 13 new full-time positions, including
Spring Hill Police Department has responded to multiple complaints this year from area land developers and contractors concerning citizens trespassing on private property under development, which can present dangers, liabilities and criminal charges.
More accolades have been bestowed on Spring Hill, which ranked third in a 2016 listing by a popular online real estate website of the '50 Best Places to Live in Tennessee.'
The third annual community music event is held monthly, 5:30 - 8 p.m. May 21-Sept. 17, at Harvey Park, in partnership with Spring Hill Parks & Recreation, with an exciting lineup of performers. Check out this
The community is invited to join Spring Hill Police at 7 p.m. Thurs., May 19, at Port Royal Park, for the annual SHPD Police Memorial, to remember the fallen and honor all who serve. All city, county and state law enforcement are encouraged to attend.
The residential garbage collection portion of City of Spring Hill water bills will rise this month by 1 cent from $10.03 to $10.04 per the City’s contract with Waste Management, requiring annual adjustment according to the Consumer Price Index.
It will be “Summer in 3, 2, FUN”! Let's get out of the house and into the yard; on the trail; in the parks to hike, camp & play at this Spring Hill Parks & Rec. event on April 23. First 50 families receive a “10 Essentials Kit” for hiking & camping.
Due to internal software maintenance, the connectivity of our online payments website will be affected. Starting at 12 a.m. Sat., April 9, the website will be unavailable for about 3 hours into early Saturday morning. We apologize for the inconvenience.
Maury and Williamson County residents are invited to offer input on future expansion of mass transit in the Middle Tennessee area through this Nashville Mass Transit Authority/Regional Transit Authority (MTA/RTA) survey.
The third annual Spring Hill Pickin’ in the Park monthly community music event, in partnership with Spring Hill Parks & Recreation, runs May 21-Sept. 17 at Harvey Park with an exciting lineup of performers. See event details and how to sign up:
Spring Hill Mayor Rick Graham is seeking resident nominees to fill a vacancy on the Spring Hill Historic Commission.
See when and where to early vote in the March 1, 2016, Democratic and Republican Presidential Preference Primary in Maury County.
See when and where to early vote in the March 1, 2016, Democratic and Republican Presidential Preference Primary in Williamson County.
U.S. Representative Marsha Blackburn today visited with Spring Hill and Maury County officials, including a tour of the Magna Spring Hill Seating facility on Beechcroft Road.
Waste Management garbage and recycling collection routes in Spring Hill are running as normally scheduled on Wednesday.
The northbound right turn lane of U.S. 31 (Main Street) onto Miles Johnson Parkway will be closed Wednesday, Jan. 6, starting at 7 a.m., as part of the ongoing installation of a new traffic signal. Please anticipate traffic delays.
Residents within Spring Hill city limits may dispose of live-cut Christmas trees by leaving them at the curb for regularly scheduled brush collection, or drop them at the collection centers at Evans Park, and the Shell gas station at 4800 Columbia Pike.
We've put together a list of 36 of Spring Hill's 2015 accomplishments, including opening the city's largest park, the opening of two auto part manufacturers, and getting U.S. 31 widening on the MPO's fully funded list, to name a few highlights.
Waste Management's 2016 schedule for collection of garbage and recycling, including alternative days for holiday pickup, is now available on our website.
For the second year in a row, Spring Hill has been ranked among the “Best Places For Young Families in Tennessee!" Out of the top 10, Spring Hill came in fifth this year. Spring Hill truly is a great place to live!
As a friendly reminder, the City urges all residents to please complete the Spring Hill Special Census. The City receives state-shared revenues for each counted resident. A significant population increase adds more funds to improve city services.
Work is underway on the installation of a traffic signal at the intersection of U.S. 31 (Main Street) and Miles Johnson Parkway. The work will require temporary lane closures between Dec. 10-17. Please plan for traffic delays during that time.
With the recent installation of a split-rail fence around McLemore Park, Spring Hill's first pocket park is now complete. Check it out at 632 McLemore Avenue.
Learn how to keep safe while keeping warm as colder weather becomes more common across the state. Residents are urged to use extra caution with the use of alternate heat sources.
Waste Management will not pick up trash & recycling Thursday, Nov. 26, in observation of Thanksgiving. If your trash or recycling collection route falls on the holiday, it will be picked up Friday instead. If it falls on Friday, it will be Saturday.
The Spring Hill Board of Mayor and Aldermen this month will vote on the "Spring Hill Rising: 2040" Comprehensive Plan, which has been updated to reflect the long-term growth vision for our city.
This three-phase project is extending Spring Hill sewer lines from the Wastewater Treatment Plant on Mahlon Moore Road east to I-65. The project began in Fall 2014 and is expected to be complete by Spring 2016.
A local developer has proposed a massive mixed-use development that would transform the Tennessee Children's Home into a true town center/downtown area. City officials have agreed to study the concept. See the latest details of the project.
Spring Hill Police officers on Thurs., Oct. 8, responded at about 10:10 a.m. to a dispatch call in which gunshots had been fired at two subjects at 806 Old Military Road. A suspect has been taken into custody.
The City of Spring Hill is again conducting a special census to certify the growth in population our city has added in recent years. And this time the census survey is even easier to submit as it’s available online.
Prepare for road closures & traffic delays Thurs., Oct. 1, near Summit High School. Buckner Lane between Twin Lakes and Spring Station Drive, along with Alice Springs Circle, Fremantle Circle & Stewart Campbell Point, will be closed from 5:45 - 6:45 p.m.
In advance of the Spring Hill Municipal Planning Commission’s consideration of the 'Spring Hill Rising: 2040' Comprehensive Plan update at 5:30 p.m. Sept. 14, here are answers to some FAQs about the proposed plan to help further clarify its intent.
All Waste Management trash and recycling collection routes in Spring Hill will run one day late during the week of Labor Day due to the holiday. Monday routes will run Tuesday; and Tuesday routes on Wednesday, and so on through the week.
Residents are encouraged to attend a public meeting at 7 p.m Thur., Sept. 3, at City Hall to comment on the "Spring Hill Rising" 2040 Comprehensive Plan update. The presentation will allow for a public discussion of the plan with City Planner Dara Sanders
The Spring Hill Bike & Greenway Plan has been selected for the "Outstanding Plan Award for Small Jurisdictions" by the Tenn. Chapter of the American Planning Association. The award will be presented at the annual TN APA fall conference, Sept. 30-Oct. 2.
The splash pad at Port Royal Park will be temporarily closed for maintenance Thursday, Aug. 27. It will reopen at 10 a.m. Friday, Aug. 28. Enjoy the splash pad while it lasts! Parks & Rec. is advising that the last day of the season is Sunday, Sept. 13.
The newly created Spring Hill Bike & Greenway Plan will be presented at the next Spring Hill Planning Commission meeting at 5:30 p.m. Monday, Aug. 24, at City Hall.
Spring Hill has been ranked the third safest big city (among cities with population 25k and above) in Tennessee, and ninth overall, in a ranking by valuepenguin.com, a value assessment research website. Thanks to Spring Hill Police, Fire & E-911 Dispatch.
Citizens who helped save the life of a man suffering a medical emergency were given citizen responder awards, and first responders were honored with the Phoenix Award for their life-saving efforts, at the Aug. 17 Spring Hill BOMA meeting.
The City of Spring Hill's first wave of Neighborhood Sidewalk Program projects have been completed, and residents are encouraged to submit new projects for consideration for the upcoming 2016 project cycle.
Spring Hill on Wednesday, July 29, was ranked the second 'Best Place to Live in Tennessee' by onlyinyourstate.com. The list also includes three other Williamson County cities, including Nolensville ranked 5th, Franklin-7th, and Brentwood-8th.
The most heavily used roadway in Spring Hill is being surveyed, using the most advanced laser technology, to determine true cost estimates for the eventual widening and improvement of U.S. 31 (Columbia Pike/Main Street).
The Spring Hill Chamber of Commerce's annual Business Expo is 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Sat., July 18, at Spring Hill High School. Admission is free. Enjoy an indoor inflatable Kids' Zone, $600 in gift card give-aways, and loads of door prizes.
Bring a lawn chair or blanket and enjoy the performances of local musicians and songwriters from 5:30 to 8 p.m. Sat., July 18, at Harvey Park.
The City of Spring Hill over the next three weeks (July 13-31) will repave and repair a wide range of roadways and install traffic signals as part of a mid-year paving and road maintenance project package.
Among a ranking by the personal finance website, nerdwallet.com, of The Cities Where Incomes are the Most Equal, Spring Hill fell at No. 2 on this national list.
Young couples often move to Spring Hill because it's the perfect home near the nightlife in Nashville, while being home to some of the best schools in the state, and entertaining quality of life. You'll be glad to know Spring Hill ranked No. 1.
The City's new water storage tank being constructed in the Hardin's Landing neighborhood was recently vandalized with graffiti. Police are putting deterrence measures in place and are prepared to prosecute anyone caught vandalizing our City water system.
Tues., June 30 - Fri., July 3, the City of Spring Hill will repave the section of Buckner Road from the Newport Crossing subdivision to the intersection of Buckner Lane. Expect intermittent delays and occasional flagging while repairs are being made.
The City of Spring Hill's Bicycle & Greenway Plan was presented to the Parks & Recreation Commission on Thursday, June 25, and soon will be sent to the Planning Commission for consideration.
A majority of the Spring Hill Board of Mayor & Aldermen on Monday night voted to change the rate at which Fire Department vacation time is used, making it equitable with that of standard 40-hour City of Spring Hill employees.
The City of Spring Hill's Sixth Annual Health & Wellness Fair is Sept. 9-10, and local health and wellness service providers are encouraged to host a booth and share their area of expertise.
GM-Spring Hill Manufacturing, the lead sponsor for this year's Spring Hill Pay It Forward Festival, released this media advisory today announcing the details of its nonprofit awards, which will be announced during the festival's opening ceremony.
The new 12-cinema movie theater in The Crossings opened June 16 with an official ribbon cutting and a VIP event followed by two special public opening nights, including a $2 ticket and concessions night benefiting The Well Outreach.
The real estate brokerage site, Movoto.com, has named Spring Hill among the "10 Best Nashville Suburbs to Live In."
Mayor Rick Graham recently met with civic-minded, 8-year-old Leylah Grimes, of Spring Hill, who has started an anti-bullying organization and wants to create a community garden in Spring Hill in an effort of unity.
The 8th Annual GM Spring Hill Pay It Forward Festival on Saturday, June 20, will offer a chance to win a 2015 Chevrolet Equinox built here in Spring Hill.
Bring a blanket or lawn chair, and the whole family, and enjoy live music from a wide range of local musicians and songwriters at Harvey Park, 4001 Miles Johnson Pkwy, in Spring Hill. Each musician will play a short set. Food trucks will be available.
There is a one-day delay for all garbage & recycling collections this week. If your pickup day is normally Tuesday, it will be on Wednesday, and so on, throughout the week, during the week of Memorial Day. The normal schedule resumes Mon., June 1.
The online ranking, which included 87 cities in Tennessee, accounts for Spring Hill's population including 19.6 percent millennial residents, and employment growth throughout the middle TN area.
Please join us May 23 at the Spring Hill Memorial Day Celebration to officially open the 30-acre Port Royal Park, including a full day of kids activities, live music, a movie in the park, a Memorial Day Service, and more. Need directions?
"Like" the Spring Hill Memorial Day Celebration Facebook page to get the latest info on the big event Sat., May 23, when we will officially open Port Royal Park & Fire Station 2 and kickoff a day of Memorial Day activities.
Developers of the shopping center including Aldi's, Marshall's, PetCo, Hardee's and Tuesday Morning will install curbs, gutters and a turn lane into the development over the next week, requiring closure of a short stretch of Wilkes Lane, May 15-22.
Cub Cadet teamed up with former Tennessee Titan star Eddie George on May 16 to make beautiful improvements to Evans Park and donate a Cub Cadet mower to our Spring Hill Parks & Rec. Department. What an impressive effort it was. Thank you to all involved!
During the week of May 18, please remove all vehicles from Spring Hill streets to allow for quarterly street sweeping.
Paving notice: The final asphalt topping will be poured in Buckner Crossing beginning Tuesday, May 19, weather permitting. The work is expected to take about two days.
We'll officially open the 30-acre Port Royal Park, including a splash pad, playground, veterans wall, football fields, tennis/basketball courts, walking track, & Fire Station No. 2 at 4285 Port Royal Rd, during a full day of Memorial Day activities.
Among niche.com rankings of the 52 'Best Towns in Tennessee,' Spring Hill ranked third, just behind Franklin and Fairview.
Due to technical maintenance performed by the City of Spring Hill's utility billing software vendor, the City's online payment website will be unavailable between 11:45 p.m. Sat., May 9 through 2 a.m. Sun., May 10. We apologize for any inconvenience.
The list of Best Cities for Date Nights & Romantic Getaways, compiled by AARP, featured 30 U.S. cities, which included Spring Hill, Nashville, Franklin and Brentwood.
The June 20 event will include a wide range of new activities, including a chance to win a 2015 Chevy Equinox, as a result of General Motors' sponsorship of the popular Spring Hill Pay It Forward Festival.
An Angio-screen is being offered 9 a.m.-5 p.m. May 12 at the Winchester Building on Maury Hill St. by the City of Spring Hill Wellness Committee in coordination with TriStar Heart Network. It's available to all City employees and the public.
Proposed zoning limitations target non-chartered financial institutions (non-banks) offering services such as payday advance loans, check cashing, currency exchange and auto title loans as their primary business.
After much consideration and counsel, Mayor Rick Graham on Thursday, April 16, announced changes to six City of Spring Hill committees, some of which hinged on the outcome of the April 9 election.
The 3rd annual Spring Hill Pickin’ in the Park monthly music event kicks off May 16 at Harvey Park with an exciting lineup. Organizers have booked the first 2 events and are encouraging local musicians to sign up for other sessions through Oct. 10.
Please join us at 5:30 p.m. Monday, April 13, at City Hall for a chance to comment on the newly updated Major Thoroughfare Plan, outlining the city's long-term plans for the major roadways throughout Spring Hill.
The City of Spring Hill Municipal Election is Thursday, April 9, when voters will cast a ballot for aldermen candidates in four wards. Here's everything you need to know about
Mayor Rick Graham honored long-time Alderman Eliot Mitchell with a plaque, a cake and kind words Monday at Mr. Mitchell's final board meeting as he did not seek re-election. His successor will be the winner of the April 9 Ward 2 election.
We're updating our city's Comprehensive Plan, outlining the community's goals for 2035. The Comprehensive Plan Steering Committee will host this meeting to present the results of a recent community survey. Please come out and share your thoughts with us.
We hope you'll join us from 7 - 8:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 24, at City Hall to share your thoughts on the new Spring Hill Bikes & Greenways Plan.
All Spring Hill residents - Williamson & Maury County - can cast a ballot at the Senior Citizens Center, next to Evans Park, 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Mon.-Fri. & 8 a.m.-Noon Sat. Spring Hill alderman wards are at-large, meaning you may vote in all four wards.
The Board of Mayor & Aldermen this week took an important step in the future improvement of U.S. 31 (Main St./Columbia Pike) by hiring a firm to conduct a survey to identify right-of-way and utilities to help determine potential widening costs.
Rebounding from harsh winter weather, Spring Hill Public Works crews are busy patching potholes that continue to surface throughout city streets. But we can always use your help. Report potholes to ...
Spring Hill Library Director Alan Couch, who started one of the nation's first Wi-Fi hotspot library lending programs in Spring Hill, has received calls from cities & counties in TN, AL, GA, TX, CT and more, inquiring how to offer library Wi-Fi lending.
The 95X regional bus service route to Spring Hill is moving its Thompson's Station bus stop to The People's Church in Spring Hill.
Find out more about voting locations, early voting, and more in this
Determining which day your recycling is collected depends on which Spring Hill street you live. To find your street, refer to the
Due to road conditions, trash & recycling were not collected March 5. Pickup will resume at noon Fri., March 6. Waste Management will pickup all missed routes by Saturday's end. Please keep containers at the curb even if your scheduled day was skipped.
Spring Hill City Hall and Library will be closed Thurs., March 5, and Fri., March 6, due to dangerous road conditions. The library will reopen Saturday.
Middle TN is expected to experience low temperatures from 7 to 16 degrees starting the evening of Thurs., March 5, through Fri., March 6. Please leave water dripping, open cabinet doors below sinks, and unhook garden hoses, to avoid bursting water pipes.
Quarterly street sweeping again has been postponed, due to inclement weather, until Monday, March 2.
The City is updating its 2011 Comp Plan, which guides our city in how it will develop over the next 20 years, and now is the time to give us your input. Take the survey, and attend upcoming public meetings.
The newly created Spring Hill Battlefield Task Force gathers at 3:30 p.m. Feb. 26 at City Hall for its initial organizational meeting.
Waste Management will run garbage collection routes Thurs., Fri. and Sat., but is running 3 days behind because of recent icy conditions. Recycling will not be collected this week. Both regular routes will resume starting Monday, Feb. 23.
Williamson County Commissioner David Pair invites all Spring Hill residents to the "Spotlight on Spring Hill: Improving Transportation & Mobility" public informational meeting from 6 - 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 5, at Longview Rec. Center. Please RSVP.
The design rendering for the extension of Crossings Circle South was revealed at the State of the City Address, along with the proposed naming of the road as Luther Bradley Parkway after the general who occupied a nearby hill during the Civil War battle.
Mayor Rick Graham & City Administrator Victor Lay announced at the Jan. 22 "Spring Hill Rising" State of the City Address that within the year, it will be possible to earn a four-year college degree at the Northfield Center. More details to come on this.
Please join us at 7 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 22, at Spring Hill Public Library to give the city your input on what you would like to see in the future development of Crossings South, and to see the newly revealed design rendering.
Mayor Rick Graham and City Administrator Victor Lay will recount Spring Hill's many accomplishments in 2014 and tell us what's to come in 2015, including some special announcements.
Drop by City Hall between 6 - 7:30 p.m. to give your input on the future development of the Buckner Road corridor, which is critical to the long-term future of Spring Hill's transportation system.
Fire Station 1 and the U.S. Post Office on Beechcroft Road were evacuated this afternoon, and the road temporarily closed, while authorities investigated wired blasting caps brought to the station. THP Bomb Squad was called in to detonate the caps.
The Jan. 27 open house introduces young men and women to the program, which allows them to fully explore a potential career in firefighting and emergency services to know if it's right for them.
The week of New Year's Day, garbage & recycling normally collected Thursday will be picked up Friday, Jan. 2, and that normally collected Friday will be picked up Sat., Jan. 3.
Important new east/west street, connecting Kedron Road and Port Royal Road, built through public/private partnership.
Residents vying to be an alderman candidate in the April 9, 2015, Spring Hill municipal election must qualify by petition by noon Jan. 15.
We will cut the ribbon Friday on our city's latest advancement in water treatment -- the new Carbon Feed Building, which allows more efficient removal of impurities and odors from our drinking water.
Please join us anytime between 6 - 7:30 p.m. Dec. 11 at Heritage Elementary cafeteria. Transportation planners are evaluating future needs along the Buckner corridor and want to hear your thoughts.
Drop in anytime between 6 and 7:30 p.m. tonight at Spring Hill Public Library, 144 Kedron Parkway, to mark our maps with the roads you would like to see in the long-term future, and comment on our proposed new plan.
Groundbreaking new mobile hotspot lending program begins Tuesday, Dec. 9, at Spring Hill Public Library. Check one out today!
Planning Commission seeks diverse range of citizens for Steering Committee that will help update the Comprehensive Plan that directs the long-term development of our city.
Please join us Dec. 9 for a town hall meeting to give us your input on how to plan our major roadway needs over the next 25 years.
The week of Thanksgiving, garbage & recycling normally collected Thursday will be picked up Friday, Nov. 28, and that normally collected Friday will be picked up Sat., Nov. 29.
The 13th annual service honoring our nation's military veterans is at 2 p.m. at Spring Hill Memorial Park Funeral Home & Cremation Services at 5239 Main St. Speakers will include Author David Asch and Mayor Rick Graham.
The open house begins at 2 p.m. at Spring Hill Fire Station No. 1 at 440 Beechcroft Road.
Tickets are not available at the door, so buy them now to experience a night of dinner, dancing, live music, silent auction, complimentary photo booth, optional wine pull and more, all benefiting Partners4Parks and Project Fire Belle.
During the week of Thanksgiving, the trash and recycling collection schedule will be: Thursday (11/27/14) trash/recycling will be picked up on Friday (11/28/14), and Friday (11/28/14) trash/recycling will be picked up on Saturday (11/29/14).
Here are a few safety reminders: Children should be accompanied by adults while Trick-or-Treating; children should stay on sidewalks and in well-lit areas; children's costumes should be highly visible; drive slowly and watch for traffic and children.
The nearly half-mile extension of Commonwealth from Wall Street to Longview Rec. Center adds direct access to U.S. 31 and creates a future commercial corridor.
The City of Spring Hill is putting a little extra light on the subject at the ballpark at Evans Park. Two new, much brighter light poles will replace five old light poles.
After five years of loyal service, Corporal Brandon Flores was presented the banner that has been on display in his honor in Spring Hill.
Early voting sites, times and other details for Maury and Williamson County voters of Spring Hill:
Roadblocks on I-65 N&S at MM 61-63 at 1 pm daily, Oct. 9-15 (excluding weekends); 6:30 am-1 pm Sat., Oct. 11, I-65N closure at Peytonsville Rd exit, and brief roadblocks on I-65S; 6:30 am-1 pm Sun., Oct. 12, I-65S closure at Peytonsville Rd exit.
Spring Hill Police Dept. will help bring community awareness to public safety from 5-8 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 7, at Evans Park, 575 Maury Hill St.
Early voting is Oct. 15-30, at Longview Recreation Center, for Williamson County voters. For Maury County locations, follow the link.
Thousands are expected. Join us from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday, or Noon to 6 p.m. Sunday, at 804 Branham Hughes Blvd.
Project extends Commonwealth from Longview Recreation Center to Wall Street, completing access to U.S. 31 (Main Street).
Eleven IBEX Global employees transported to local medical centers for non-critical respiratory issues caused by insect spray used inside building.
Maze in shape of 1957 Spring Hill fire truck, the centerpiece of a community restoration project, to open Oct. 3 - Nov. 2.
Demarcus Johnson Wright, of Murfreesboro, is in custody in Rutherford County Jail, soon to be transferred to Maury County Jail on additional charges.
The Ohio-based auto manufacturing support facility is relocating to Spring Hill on Beechcroft Road next to Magna International, of Michigan. The two will create 574 new jobs.
Bring a blanket or lawn chair to Evans Park and enjoy live music, an outdoor family movie, food and children's games.
Planning Commission at Sept. 29 special meeting to consider developer's request for 36 percent expansion of building footprint on Spring Hill site.
The 30-day contract for the repairs was delivered in only two weeks, and the lanes will be striped soon. See photo.
Starting at 8 p.m. Friday, Sept. 19, I-65 will be closed in each direction at the Peytonsville Rd/Goose Creek exit until 5 a.m. Monday, Sept. 22, for bridge replacement. Please plan alternate routes this weekend, such as S.R.840.
Take the Video Tour of Spring Hill at the bottom of this page.
See the full detailed report from Retail Strategies, the marketing agency hired by the City of Spring Hill to help attract and recruit new retail businesses.
The City of Spring Hill and Maury County recently awarded tax incentives to two out-of-state auto parts manufacturers that in exchange will invest $46 million in facilities and create 574 new jobs here in Spring Hill.
For the first time in the city's history, Spring Hill issued bonds to fund needed capital improvement projects.