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  1. Census Tract for Thompson's Station and Spring Fastest Growing in State

    The Spring Hill and Thompson’s Station area is now the fastest growing area in terms of population in the entire state, according to new census data analyzed by the University of Tennessee, growing by 6,190 residents from 2012 to 2017. Read on...
  2. Expansion to the Williamson County Demolition Landfill Approved

    Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation, Division of Solid Waste Management, has issued a solid waste disposal facility permit for a major modification to the Williamson County Demolition Landfill. Located at 5750 Pinewood Rd in Franklin. Read on...
  3. Spring Hill to receive $25 million for new I-65 interchange project

    U.S. Sen. Lamar Alexander said in a release Thursday that the grant from the U.S. Department of Transportation will be used to construct a new interchange on Interstate 65. Read on...
  4. Official Election Results

    The results of the November election have been certified and Corey Napier has won re-election for Mayor of Thompson's Station. Shaun Alexander and Brandon Bell have been elected as Aldermen for the two available seats. They will all serve a 4 year term. Read on...
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Map of Preservation Park (1600 Thompson's Station Rd West)

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    Request for Qualifications

    Roadway Impact Fees Study


    The Town of Thompson’s Station, population 4,726, is a growing Tennessee community located approximately 25 miles south of Nashville. Thompson’s Station is looking to grow a strong economic base with sustainable development that will benefit our community while preserving our rural environment. The Town wishes to ensure that the road impact fees are appropriate to ensure that improvements to the roadway infrastructure are planned for as the growth within the Town continues. Therefore, the Town is requesting statements of qualifications for a firm or individuals to update the Impact Fee Schedule as set forth in Title 12, Chapter 4 of the Municipal Code. A complete response to this RFQ shall include seven (7) copies of the bound written Statement of Qualifications in addition to an electronic version of the Statement of Qualifications. Statements will be received until 3:00 p.m. on Friday, December 14, 2018.

    The required Statement of Qualifications shall be addressed as follows:
    Wendy Deats, AICP
    Town Planner
    Town of Thompson’s Station
    P.O. Box 100
    1550 Thompson’s Station Road West
    Thompson’s Station, TN 37179

    Email and faxed responses are not acceptable and will not be considered. The submittal deadline is absolute and late submittals will not be considered. Prospective firms and individuals shall select a delivery method that ensure timely delivery of the documents prior to the due date and time.
    This RFQ may be downloaded from the Town of Thompson’s Station website using the following link:
    RFQ Impact Fees
    Municipal Code Title 12 Ch 4 Impact Fees (PDF)

    Any amendment or clarifications to the RFQ will be posted on the Town’s website.
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