Community Development

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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Educational Impact Fee Fact Sheet & Fee Schedule

Williamson County Government announces that an Educational Impact Fee Fact Sheet and Fee Schedule are available for review on the County’s website.  This fact sheet is intended to provide answers to frequently asked questions regarding the Educational Impact Fee, its history and implementation.

The Educational Impact Fee was passed in November 2016 by the Williamson County Board of Commissioners.  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 the need created by the new residential development within the Williamson County School System.  

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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.

Joe Horne, Director

The Community Development Division is responsible for ensuring that property development within the unincorporated county occurs in a manner that attempts to preserve the character of the essentially rural community, while accommodating record growth. 

This is accomplished with a strong, award-winning, performance-based Zoning Ordinance and through coordination with various federal, state and local stakeholders. Within Williamson County government, the following departments play key roles in achieving these goals: Through the interaction of these departments property values are maintained and quality of life is enhanced throughout the county.

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