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  1. Crowded in 3 years: Can Williamson County keep up with growth?

    As families flock to settle in Williamson Cnty, many are attracted to the bucolic landscape and successful schools. But the overcrowding of the new Nolensville schools in less than 3 years serves as an example of the county's rapid growth.-The Tennessean Read on...
  2. WCS find their groove during district’s first days of school

    The sun was rising above the Thompson’s Station hills as Jason Golden made his first-day-of-school debut as Williamson County Schools superintendent. Read on...
  3. 2020 Census Address Canvassing

    2020 Census workers will be visiting neighborhoods from Aug. 4th through Oct. 18 to verify home addressing for the census database. Workers will possess 2020 Census badges and materials so you can easily recognize them. See the linked video for more info. Read on...
  4. Coffee with Mayor Corey Napier Aug. 17th

    Please join us for some casual conversation with Mayor Corey Napier. Bring a friend and come sit down and relax for some good coffee and conversations with our towns residents and our Mayor. Saturday, Aug. 17th from 9-11 a.m. at Circa Grill. Read on...
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The Calendar of Park Pavilion Rentals is now located in the Facility Module.  Please visit your desired facility to view the list of future reservations.

Request for Proposals - Historic Markers in Preservation Park

The Town would like to have up to six (6) historic markers within Preservation Park located at 1600 Thompson’s Station Road West. The historic markers will contain the language prepared and drafted for the Town by a local historian and will be located throughout Preservation Park.

This Request for Proposals provides interested vendors with information to prepare and submit a Proposal for consideration by the Town of Thompson’s Station for the installation of six (6) historic sign markers, with images, within Preservation Park (See Exhibit A). This RFP process is intended to identify potential Contractors with which the Town may, in its sole and absolute discretion, choose to enter into a Contract for the proposed service. It is expressly understood and agreed that the submission of a Proposal does not require or obligate the Town to pursue a contract with any Proposer or Contractor. All negotiations are subject to the consideration and approval of the Town of Thompson’s Station, which may, at its sole and absolute discretion, accept or reject any proposed contract.

RFP Historic Markers

Exhibit A

  1. Spotlight
    Major Thoroughfare Plan



    MTP Meeting Photo 7
    The Town of Thompson’s Station is in the process of developing its first Major Thoroughfare Plan and is currently soliciting public input from the community. Citizens can always provide feedback or send questions via email to
    TS.MTP@bargedesign.com.

    The first MTP public meeting was held on Tuesday, April 16, 2019 at the Thompson’s Station Community Center and was hosted by the project team, which consists of Town staff and Barge Design Solutions, a local planning and engineering consulting firm. The 51 attendees at the meeting learned about the purpose of the MTP and provided input that will be used to shape the plan.

    View the Barge MTP Presentation to the Planning Commission during their July 23rd Meeting here!

    Visit the Major Thoroughfare Plan Project Page for more info on how to give feedback and next steps in the process!




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