City of Fairview

Williamson County TENNESSEE

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City of Fairview

Williamson County TN

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7100 City Center Way
Fairview, TN 37062

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BOC Agenda: 01-16-2020

JANUARY 16, 2020 7:00 P.M. AGENDA 1. Roll Call 2. Call to Order 3. Prayer and Pledge 4. Approval of Agenda and Executive Session Announcements 5. Public Hearing(s) A. Item 9C B. Item 9D C. Item 11A 6. Citizen Comments (Limited to the first 5 citizens to sign in and

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Parks and Landscaping Agenda: 01-07-2020

Tuesday – January 7, 2020 7:00 pm AGENDA 1. Call Meeting to Order 2. Roll Call 3. Approval of Agenda 4. Approval of Minutes • Minutes from December 3, 2019 (Tuesday) 5. Old Business 5.1 Bowie Park Playground Build Project – updates on events • Next Playground Meeting Saturday January

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BOC Agenda: 01-02-2020

JANUARY 2, 2020 7:00 P.M. AGENDA 1. Roll Call 2. Call to Order 3. Prayer and Pledge 4. Approval of Agenda and Executive Session Announcements 5. Public Hearing(s) 6. Citizen Comments (Limited to the first 5 citizens to sign in and a limit of 3 minutes each) 7. Public Announcements,

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Public Notice: Special Meeting BOC – 12-19-2019

SPECIAL CALLED MEETING BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS FAIRVIEW CITY HALL THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19 5:30 P.M. WITH REGULARLY SCHEDULED BOC MEETING TO FOLLOW THE PURPOSE OF THE SPECIAL CALLED MEETING IS TO HAVE AN EXECUTIVE SESSION TO DISCUSS PENDING LITIGATION. IF THERE IS TIME BETWEEN THE SPECIAL MEETING AND REGULAR MEETING THERE

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BOC Agenda: 12-19-2019

DECEMBER 19, 2019 7:00 P.M. SCHEDULED WORK SESSION BEGINNING AT 5:30 P.M. AGENDA 1. Roll Call 2. Call to Order 3. Prayer and Pledge 4. Approval of Agenda and Executive Session Announcements 5. Public Hearing(s) A. Item 11C 6. Citizen Comments (Limited to the first 5 citizens to sign in

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Fairview, TN

Located in northwest Williamson County, Fairview is located 20 miles southwest of downtown Nashville. With a population of approximately 10,000 people, the town sits within the Nashville Metropolitan Statistical Area containing 1.7 million people, the 36th most populated in the nation and largest MSA in Tennessee.

The city is served by Interstate 40, State Routes 100 and 96, and TN 840, which provides a southern loop around Nashville to connect eastbound and westbound I-40 traffic. The road network serving the community provides direct and rapid access for personal and business travel to Metro Nashville/Davidson County and nearby cities in Williamson County including Brentwood, Franklin, and Spring Hill. Interstate 65 is also located a short distance away that serves as a major roadway for north – south travel.

Fairview is home to Bowie Nature Park which is one of the largest city managed parks in Tennessee. The 722-acre park includes a nature center containing nature exhibits and art; as well as 17 miles of trails that wind through wetlands, grasslands, and forests. Bicycling, horseback riding, fishing, running, walking and playing can be enjoyed each and every day of the year.

The future of Fairview is bright and the community is poised for economic expansion, population growth, and community development.

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WELCOME TO THE NEW FAIRVIEW-TN.ORG

A ZERO-COST UPDATE IN SUPPORT OF THE BOWIE PARK PLAYGROUND RESTORATION PROJECT

With professional services equating to thousands of dollars in time, the redesign of this website has been fully donated to the City & Citizens Of Fairview.

The site’s developers encourage other businesses who serve the local government and general public to engage using their own creative ideas in support of this much beloved Bowie Nature Park resource in the spirit of community and value added service.