4th night at Citizens Fire Academy with Nolensville Fire & Rescue . Another incredibly en”light”ening and educational evening learning all about🔥safety and prevention. Thank you, Chief Windlow for this opportunity. ... See MoreSee Less
👫WE NEED YOU!👫 Do you enjoy parks, recreation areas, public art displays, and public structures?
The town of Nolensville is looking for a volunteer to join our Street Scapes and Public Spaces Advisory Committee!
Our committee is made up of seven Nolensville residents or business owners appointed by the town commissioners. They meet the second Wednesday of the month at 4:30 PM and work hard to keep Nolensville beautiful.
For more information, or if you’re interested in applying, click the link ⬇️ to be directed to our website.
FYI…please take note of the new speed limit on Rocky Fork and slow down.Last night our BOC voted unanimously to reduce the speed limit on Rocky Fork Road from 35MPH to 30MPH. This change went into effect today. Please share this post and spread the word. Drive safe Nolensville! #nolensvilletn #nolensvilletenn #pedestriansafety ... See MoreSee Less
🚨VOLUNTEERS WANTED🚨 Do you have an interest in the law enforcement field, but don't want to give up your day job?
Do you have a servant's heart and would like to find a way to give back to the community?
The Nolensville Police Department may be looking for you! Our Reserve Police Unit is growing! The Reserve Unit is an integral part of our operation, and we are currently looking for two highly motivated, civic-minded individuals to join our team! We have Reserve Officers from all walks of life, from pilots to business executives and business owners.
Join us on Wednesday, October 11, 2023, at 7 p.m. at Town Hall, where we will host an informational meeting explaining the requirements and expectations of a Reserve Officer. State-mandated training will also be addressed. It is essential to know that this program is not for everybody. It is a voluntary position, but laws, policies and guidelines must be followed just as any full-time officer.
Reserve officers follow the same stringent hiring standards as full-time officers. All applicants require criminal background, polygraph, credit, physical fitness, and more. If, after the meeting, you are interested, you can apply!
Please share this post with someone you think may be a good fit for our town!
#nolensvillepd #nolensvilletn #nolensville #reserveofficer #serveandprotect #tennesseefirstresponder ... See MoreSee Less
“There is therefore now no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus. For the law of the Spirit of life has set you free in Christ Jesus from the law of sin and death.” Romans 8:1-2 ESV bible.com/bible/59/rom.8.1-2.ESV... See MoreSee Less
Mark your calendars for Saturday, September 23rd, from 10-5! We are so excited to be partnering with The Diva Shoppe for “Not Your Average Bear” day! 20% of all sales will be donated to the NYAB Foundation! Fall weather is almost here, stop by for some fantastic fall fashions! The Diva Shoppe, 7287 Nolensville Rd, Nolensville. See you soon! ... See MoreSee Less
On this day, history was made and a divinely inspired group of patriots set in motion a new path to limited government powered by the people. If you haven’t read it in a while, today may be a good day to do just that. Happy Constitution Day!!
Get your tickets to not only have a great time but support a great cause!We have a lot to get excited about for this year's festival. Corinne Chapman Morse has agreed to perform after years of begging. Justin Sigel with Sigel Arts is coming back to stun and amaze us all with his live art performances. End of the Line : A Tribute to The Allman Brothers Band and Gypsy Nights will close the night out for us! Let's not forget Dreams Do Come True Princess Parties will also be there to perform and pose with all of the princesses attending that day. ... See MoreSee Less
1. Passed a resolution to notify the public of a $325,000,000 proposed project for a new Juvenile Justice Center, Jail and Sheriff’s Office. More info in the link. 2. Changed rear and side setbacks for home sites under 5 acres for pool installation. 3. Lowered the speed limit of Rocky Fork Rd to 30MPH to create a safer crossing area for local residential families. ... See MoreSee Less
This past June my husband and I had the opportunity to take my son to the 9/11 memorial museum. I’ll never forget that day or the many heartbreaking stories that changed our lives forever. #NeverForget... See MoreSee Less
Avoid this area if you can. Prayers for the family.
Thankful for our first responders.Traffic Alert: Update:5:20 One lane is now open. Expect delays. 4:26 AM Horton Highway, near Patterson Road will be shut down due to a structure fire. Expect delays and seek alternative routes if possible. ... See MoreSee Less
Happy Labor Day to all the hardworking folks that make our county what it is today!!Happy Labor Day! Thank you, Deputy Cody Richardson for this beautiful photo of a Williamson County sunrise. May it serve as reminder that the WCSO is always on the watch! ... See MoreSee Less
This is such a tragedy. I’m so grateful for our first responders as I’m sure this was a difficult scene to process. My thoughts and prayers go out to this poor victim’s family and friends.OVERNIGHT HOME EXPLOSION/STRUCTURE FIRE ON WILSON PIKE
At approximately 0237 hours, Arrington Fire & Rescue, Station 19, Williamson County Fire/Rescue, and Williamson Fire-Rescue were dispatched to a residential structure fire in the 5000 block of Wilson Pike. Initial reports were that an explosion had woken the caller and when they went outside they observed a house had exploded and was engulfed in flames. There were initial reports of threats of exposure to additional structures. Tanker 19 and Engine 19 arrived on the scene to find a fully engulfed structure with a large debris field around it. Debris was discovered on the roofs of nearby houses, in trees, and out to the street. A 360 was completed and damage was found on / vehicles and the nearby homes. Water suppression and a search started immediately and water supply was established from a hydrant by Engine 28. The fire was knocked down to prevent fire damage to the nearby homes. The occupant of the residence was located after a search and was deceased. The fire was completely extinguished and the cause of the fire is under investigation. Other responding units include: 1401, Engine 12, Engine 14, Utility 19, Tanker 18, Tanker 24, 1140, 1141, 1142, and 1147. The family was assisted with a Williamson County Fire Chaplain.
We urge the community not to pass the fire tape that is around the residence or enter the structure.
Our thoughts and prayers are with the family who lost a loved one this morning.
Media inquiries may reach out to Chief Brad Kessler at firstname.lastname@example.org
WKRN News 2 WSMV 4, Nashville NewsChannel 5 Nashville, WZTV FOX 17 News, Nashville ... See MoreSee Less
Mark your calendar for Tuesday, September 12! The district's annual College and Industry Fair will take place that evening at the Ag Expo Center.
More than 100 colleges, universities, industries and other post-secondary institutions are expected to attend this year's event. Students and their families will be able to visit with representatives from various industries from 4:30-7:30 p.m. on the lower level of the building and with university representatives from 5:30-7:30 p.m. on the upper level of the building.
The fair is free to attend. The lists of institutions and industries attending the event are available on our website at www.wcs.edu/Page/10453. The Ag Expo Center is located at 4215 Long Lane in Franklin.
For more information about Industry Night, email Assistant Director of CCTE Kris Schneider at email@example.com. For more information about the College Fair, email WCS Counseling Specialist Molly O'Neal at firstname.lastname@example.org. ... See MoreSee Less
What a journey!! Way to go Team!🖤💛🖤💛This team fought to the very end but came up just short tonight. It was an amazing journey and we are so proud. Hats off to the fans for all the love and support! 🖤💛🖤💛 ... See MoreSee Less
Timeline photosCalling all arts and craft vendors, food vendors, and musicians/entertainers!!!
The Heritage Foundation's 38th Annual Pumpkinfest vendor applications close in less than a week! Apply today and be apart of Middle Tennessee’s largest family Fall festival, returning on Saturday, October 28, 2023. With more than 115,000 people in attendance in 2022, the festival stretches along Main Street and its side avenues in downtown Franklin and offers tons of festive fun for people of all ages!
All applications are due by the end of the day on Monday, August 21st, so submit your application before it's too late: buff.ly/3Yz439j... See MoreSee Less
I am always grateful and humbled by the small tokens of encouragement received by friends and constituents for the honor of serving the community. This little angel had perfect timing. 😇 ... See MoreSee Less
So grateful for this time of worship and prayer at our state Capitol. Now , more than ever, we need to be courageous and be willing to speak truth in love. #PrayForNashville #ProtectOurChildren #LetUsWorship ...
Meet BOLO…The newest addition to Williamson County Sheriff`s Office TN! He’ll be visiting WCSchools over the coming months to serve as a therapy dog for our students. So Be On the LookOut. I think he likes me. 😀 ...