Alternative Futures-Public Input

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Please take the brief survey below if you were not able to attend the October 1st Public Meeting.  Additional information is avalible in the power point which was presented at the meeting.  You can access the power point at the link below.

View the Power Point Presentation

Learn about the alternative growth futures and how they could impact the character of Williamson County!

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1ST – 6:00 pm – FRANKLIN HIGH SCHOOL, 810 HILLSBORO ROAD, FRANKLIN, TN 37064

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Thank you for joining the planners from McBride Dale Clarion and County Planning staff for the 2nd interactive meeting as we continue to discuss the issues facing unincorporated Williamson County and work toward a shared vision for the community. The meeting will consisted of a presentation focusing on alternative growth scenarios followed by an opportunity for public feedback and discussion. This opportunity to be involved was open to the public and your attendance is appreciated!

Land Use Preference and Mapping Activity Results!

The current engagement activity is closed.  We are currently working on the land use, transportation, and fiscal impact analysis of alternatives based on the feedback from you since the April 15 Workshop.  Your can find the results below and on our Information and Resources Page.

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Input opportunities

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On April 15, Williamson County held a public workshop to gather input on future land use preferences in the unincorporated areas of the county.  The workshop included a presentation of the results of the plan assessment and an overview of the regional growth trends influencing land use in Williamson County.

The workshop focused on four activities to inspire discussion and gather input from the over 100 residents in attendance.

An online Land Use Preference Survey mirroring the activity at the workshop was posted.

At its closing on June 28, we had received over 500 responses to the Land Use Preference Survey between the workshop and online.