NewsFlash: Current and Archived

  1. New Meeting Time for Planning Commission

    The Planning Commission approved the change at their March meeting to move all future meetings from 7:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. Meetings will continue to be live-streamed and available for viewing after the meeting. Read on...
  2. Parks Board Vacancy - Apply Today!

    The board chairman has stepped down from the Parks & Rec. Advisory Board and the Town is looking for interested volunteers to fill the seat. Meetings take place the first Tues. of each month at 6pm. Fill out the interest form on the Parks page to apply. Read on...
  3. Wastewater Fee Cap Removed by BOMA

    New User Rates and removal of the $55.00 cap on Wastewater bills was approved by the Board of Mayor and Alderman at the March 9th BOMA meeting after a year of discussion with the both the Utility Advisory Board and MTAS consultants. Read on...
  4. The Amphitheater at Graystone Quarry is nearing completion!

    The Graystone Quarry Amphitheater project is close to completion and hopes to open late summer or early fall if it seems appropriate in light of COVID. Find out more at Read on...
  5. Remote Meetings Extended by Governor Lee

    Gov. Lee has extended the authorization for remote meetings through April 28th for State and Local Government Organizations. BOMA, Planning Commission, Parks & Utility Board meetings will continue to be held remotely and live-streamed on the Town Website. Read on...
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Archived News

Top Archived News Stories concerning Thompson's Station are available here.  For a full list of archived news: News Archives

Nov. 2019: 25 Great Small Towns to Live in the U.S. - U.S. News Real Estate

Sep. 2019: Thompson’s Station Receives Grant for Greenway Project - Williamson Source

Jul. 2019: Thompson’s Station board unanimously approves $2.9 million bid on new wastewater drip field project - Spring Hill Homepage

- “It’s been a long time coming, [and] it’s not a matter of wanting to, it’s a ‘have to’ — we need these drip fields to honor prior commitments made for connectivity,” said Mayor Corey Napier. 

Jun. 2019: Columbia Pike proposed to be widened from two to four lanes as part of new Major Thoroughfare Plan - Spring Hill Homepage

- “Thoroughfare planning is one of the most important things we can do as a community for a variety of reasons; safety, directing the growth, quality of life, [and to] set the stage for economic development,” said Thompson’s Station Mayor Corey Napier. 

Feb. 2019: Soon to be third-largest performance venue in Middle Tennessee, Graystone Quarry Amphitheater, partners with Live Nation for future shows - Williamson Homepage

Dec. 2018: Population in Spring Hill and Thompson’s Station area fastest growing in the state - Williamson Homepage

May 2018: Thompson's Station earns a spot in the top 25 "Best Places to Live in Tennessee 2018" - Nashville Business Journal

Feb. 2018: Growth, sales tax vote highlights Williamson County mayors event - The Daily Herald

- "We’re living the dream in Thompson’s Station,” Mayor Napier said. “You can’t be halfway between Spring Hill and Franklin on (Interstate) 840 and not gather a lot of attention. Our town is a microcosm of what we’re seeing in Williamson County..." 

Jan. 2018: Thompson’s Station buys 170 acres for its sewer system opening the door to more development - Williamson Homepage

Nov. 2017: New Brentwood, Thompson's Station schools on track to open next year - The Tennessean

Jun. 2017: Tennessee officially has its own whiskey trail - The Tennessean

Jun. 2016: Thompson’s Station recognized nationally and statewide for new Land Development Ordinance - Williamson Homepage

- “This is the form-based code Driehaus Award,” said Town Administrator Joe Cosentini. “It’s not one that’s given out on an annual basis by the Form Based Code Institute. There’s a panel comprised of urban thinkers from around the country that evaluate applications for this award. They don’t give it every year if all the applications don’t meet a certain standard.” 

Nov. 2015: Thompson's Station experiments with planned growth - The Tennessean

Nov. 2015: Thompson's Station annexes nearly 2,000 acres - The Tennessean

- “If you are on Williamson County dirt anywhere, there’s going to be growth,” Former Mayor Cherry Jackson said. “Each municipality is going to work diligently to plan to the best of their ability what their residents want to see in their area. 

Aug. 2015: 5,000-seat venue to put Thompson's Station 'on map' - The Tennessean

- "I think they’re doing all the right things and not just building a facility but building something that’s really going to be part of the community," said Heath Clark, owner of H. Clark Distillery in Thompson's Station.