Building Codes

Public-Notice-icon-for-website Educational Impact Fee and Privilege Tax Application Process, Incorporated Williamson County (Brentwood, Fairview, Franklin,
 Nolensville, Spring Hill and Thompson's Station)
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The Building Codes Division plays an integral role in maintaining the quality of construction in Williamson County, while assisting builders, and the general public in negotiating the adopted codes, other regulations and procedures, to the mutual benefit of both.

Note: Effective Monday, February 13th, 2017, the location for the purchase of electrical permits at the County Administrative Complex has been relocated.  The new location will be Suite 126 at the County Administrative Complex, which is located across from the County Mayor’s Office.

This department is responsible for support of the Board of Adjustments & Appeals and others in the routine processes of administering and interpreting the Southern Building Code.
  1. Educational Impact Fee Fact Sheet and Fee Schedule

    The Educational Impact Fee is assessed to Developers on the issuance of a new residential building permit for the proportionate share of new or expanded educational facilities needed to service new residential growth which is reasonably attributable to... Read on...
  2. Educational Impact Fee and Privilege Tax Application Process

    Educational Impact Fee and Privilege Tax Application Process, Incorporated Williamson County (Brentwood, Fairview, Franklin, Nolensville, Spring Hill and Thompson's Station). Additional Info...
  3. Amendment to Article 21 of The Williamson County Zoning Ordinance

    Amendment to Article 21 The following amendment is included on the December 8, 2016 Williamson County Planning Commission agenda and the January 9, 2017 County Commission agenda. Read on...
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