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)
(download pdf here)

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.

Recent Changes To Public Records Act



  1. PROCESSING OF EDUCATION IMPACT FEE AND PRIVILEGE TAX INCORPORATED COUNTY

    Beginning 1 May ’17, Williamson County will be processing applications for both the Education Impact Fee and Privilege Tax on-line through the Building Codes Department. Read on...
  2. ON-LINE PERMITTING

    Beginning Monday, May 1st, 2017, Williamson County will implement on-line building permit application processing. Read on...
  3. 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...
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