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    Thanksgiving Holiday

    Thompson's Station wishes you and yours a safe and enjoyable Thanksgiving this week. NOTE: Thompson's Station Town Hall will be closed starting at noon on Wednesday thru Thursday and Friday (26th and 27th) for the holiday. Read on...
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    Tree Lighting Cancelled

    The Annual Thompson's Station Tree Lighting that takes place in Sarah Benson Park has been cancelled this year by the Parks Board and Town Staff over concerns related to the COVID-19 pandemic. Read on...
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    Preservation Park Construction

    The parking lot of Preservation Park is set to be expanded starting next week. Town Maintenance Crews will be onsite with heavy equipment so please use caution while visiting the park. The park entrance & lot will remain open during the week for visitors. Read on...
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    Nov. 3rd Alderman Election Results

    Thompson's Station has elected two Alderman! Brian Stover was re-elected for another term. Andrew Zinn had the second most votes out of 4 candidates and will begin his term at the January BOMA Meeting. Results will be certified by Nov. 19th by Wm. Cnty. Read on...
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    New Thompson Machinery Location Now Open

    Thompson's Station officially congratulates and welcomes Thompson Machinery who just had their grand opening at a brand new facility on Columbia Pike. Read on...
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    Wm Cnty Parks & Rec. September Highlight Video

    New Williamson County Parks & Rec. September Highlight Video available. Check out the variety of classes and the newly opened Mountain Bike Park at 5664 Wilkins Branch Road! Read on...
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    Current Status - Thompson's Station COVID-19 Response

    The Town of Thompson’s Station has adjusted to the current state of events concerning the COVID-19 pandemic. We are focused on maintaining the health, safety and welfare of our citizens and Town staff members and ask citizens to handle things remotely. Read on...
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    Thompson's Station Turns 30 years old

    The 30th anniversary for the Town of Thompson's Station has come! On August 15, 1990, local residents voted for incorporation of the Town. Since then, the Town has more than doubled in physical size and population. See post for historical news article! Read on...
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    Thompson's Station Mayor Talks About Growth at Breakfast With the Mayors

    The theme for the annual Breakfast with the Mayors, hosted by Franklin Tomorrow, was all about growth. Obviously, growth in Spring Hill has been apparent for some time, but every city is experiencing similar issues, including Thompson’s Station. Read on...
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    Town Administrator Accepts 3rd Grant for Multi-Modal Greenway Project

    Thompson's Station has been awarded a $1.29 million TAP Grant to build the 3rd phase of our Greenway Trails system that will connect Town Schools, Subdivisions and Parks. Phase 1 currently connects Tollgate Village to the Dog Park and Community Garden. Read on...
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