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Call the Codes Office at 931-486-2252, Ext. 211 Monday-Friday 8 A.M.-4:30 P.M. or Email firstname.lastname@example.org. All inspections should be call in by 2:30 P.M.
Presently, the Building Code department is responsible for enforcing,The 2012 edition of the International Residential CodeThe 2012 edition of the International Plumbing CodeThe 2012 edition of the International Mechanical CodeThe 2018 edition of the Energy Conservation CodeThe 2012 edition of the International Fuel Gas CodeThe 2012 edition of the International Building CodeThe 2012 edition of the International Fire CodeBuilding Code adoption ordinance
Permits are required when any owner or authorized agent who intends to construct, enlarge, alter, repair, move, demolish or change the occupancy of a building or structure or to erect, install, enlarge, alter, repair, remove, convert or replace any electrical, gas, mechanical or plumbing system. Shall require a permit. Examples are but not limited to fences, pools, outdoor sheds, sun rooms. Also a permit will be required for concrete slabs and driveway extensions.
Please email all Plot Plan request to email@example.com
In the Subject Line Enter: Plot Plan Request
Body of Email: List Subdivision Name and Street Address
Usually you will receive your plot plan, back to the same email within 2 – 3 business days, or if possible the same day.
*Please note that we do not have all individual plot plans on file and some plot plans will have to come from the final plat of your subdivision.
Also note that not all plot plans will show a physical house.
The City does not come out and measure your property lines. If you would like a more accurate measurement of your property lines, you are encouraged to contact an independent surveyor.
The Non-Emergency numbers are: (931) 486-2632 (Police); (931) 486-3270 (Fire); or (931) 486-3269.
You must appear in court on your assigned court date so the Judge can determine if you are eligible to attend driving school. Eligibility is based on your driving record.
Attendance and proof of attendance provided to the Spring Hill Municipal Deputy Clerk will entitle you to dismissal of the moving violation charge from your ticket. Dismissal means that your “guilty” plea on the charge will not be forwarded to the Tennessee Department of Safety, and the charge should, therefore, not result in points being added to your driving record for insurance purposes.
No. Federal law prohibits the “masking” of moving violations committed by persons who hold a Commercial driver’s license.
If you plan to come to court on the charge, bring your proof of insurance with you. However the proof must demonstrate that you were insured on the date that the Officer wrote you the Citation. If you obtain insurance “after the fact”, the Judge will be unable to dismiss your insurance charge for compliance. Sufficient proof of insurance in force at the time you were cited for the violation should result in this charge being dismissed for compliance by the Judge. If you do not wish to come to court on the charge, but want the Judge to look at your proof of insurance and consider dismissing the charge for compliance, you may fax your proof of insurance to the Deputy Clerk at (931) 486-0516. The Deputy Clerk will show your proof to the Judge, who will then consider whether dismissal of the insurance charge for compliance is appropriate, and you will be notified of the outcome by the Deputy Clerk. Please call the Deputy Clerk to make sure your fax has been received.
Normal hours for the splash pad are 10 am to 7 pm.
Chipboard & Boxboard, Paper Bags, Paperback & Phone Books, Catalogs & Magazines, Junk Mail (anything that tears), Newspapers, Cardboard, Cartonboard (such as cereal boxes and shoe boxes), Frozen Food Packages, Dairy & Juice Containers, Office and School Paper, Plastic Bottles and Containers (Recycle Codes 1 and 2 only - typically marked on the bottom of the container), Aluminum Cans, Tin Cans, Steel and Bi-Metal Cans, Lids from Jars, Bottle Tops from Coke, Milk.
Construction & Demolition Materials, Large Automotive Parts, Tires, White Goods, Appliances containing Freon, Medical Wastes, Hazardous Wastes (Automotive Fluids, Garden Chemicals, Paint Products, Cleaners, etc.), Electronics, Materials from Floods, Fires or Evictions, Glass, Plastic Bags (grocery bags, plastic bags that cereal comes in, garbage bags, etc.), Styrofoam, Hardcover Books, Photos, Tissue Paper, Hand Towels and Toilet Paper. No garbage of any kind, no plastic bags or other "tanglers" such as Christmas lights, cords, ropes.