A public meeting on work to update the Williamson County Comprehensive Plan has been set for 5:30 p.m. on Monday, April 15, at the Williamson County Public Library, 1314 Columbia Ave., Franklin.
The plan, known as Williamson 2040, is meant to articulate a shared vision for the future of Williamson County and set specific goals and strategies to achieve that vision. A key vision for the 2007 plan was to maintain the rural character of the county.
According to the Harpeth Conservancy, which is encouraging attendance at the meeting, more than 100 new people come to this region every day. The Comprehensive Plan will guide land-use decisions and infrastructure needs.
Monday’s public meeting will involve planners from McBride Dale Clarion and County Planning staff, in addition to residents attending.
In addition, the county is gathering information via an online survey about preferences in land use and green space preservation.
To take the county’s survey regarding the plan, CLICK HERE.