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Posted on: December 9, 2016

Duplex Road (SR-247) Widening Project

Duplex Road widening project design

The City of Spring Hill is partnering with TDOT to widen Duplex Road (State Route 247), a state roadway, to three lanes (two travel lanes and a center turn lane) with a sidewalk on one side and a multi-use path on the other. The city is spending an estima...

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Posted on: February 28, 2017

Restoration & Painting of Southside Water Storage Tank

The north side water storage tank

The Southside water storage tank, which sits behind the Stonecreek neighborhood, was sandblasted and painted to protect it for many years to come. The project, completed in February 2017, included stripping and resealing the inside and outside of the tank...

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Posted on: February 7, 2017

Traffic signal installation at Duplex Road & Miles Johnson Parkway

Traffic signal at Duplex Road and Miles Johnson Parkway

As part of the overall project to widen the full 3.3 miles of the state roadway, Duplex Road, a long-awaited temporary traffic signal was installed in February 2017 at the intersection of Duplex Road and Miles Johnson Parkway.

After a lengthy process of la...

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Posted on: January 19, 2017

Rippavilla ownership conveyance to City

Rippavilla Plantation

The Spring Hill BOMA in January 2017 took official action toward accepting ownership of the historic Rippavilla Planation property, the process of which is expected to be complete in April. This decision, which was researched and considered for many month...

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Posted on: January 4, 2017

Traffic Signal at Duplex Road & Port Royal

Traffic signal at Duplex and Port Royal Road

As part of the overall project to widen Duplex Road, a long-awaited temporary traffic signal was installed in December 2016 at the intersection of Duplex Road and Port Royal Road. After a 21-month process of appraisals and negotiations with multiple prope...

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Posted on: January 20, 2017

U.S. 31 Widening Project

U.S. 31 Main Street through Spring Hill

U.S. 31/S.R. 6 (Main Street/Columbia Pike), running through the center of Spring Hill, is a state roadway and our city's most congested thoroughfare as it provides direct access to a busy commercial corridor. City and State officials have long recognized ...

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Posted on: January 11, 2017

Creating a Unified Development Code (Zoning & Subdivision Regs.)

Spring Hill Unified Development Code

The City of Spring Hill began in Fall 2016 the process of creating a Unified Development Code (UDC) through the updating of our Zoning Ordinance and Subdivision Regulations by hiring Camiros Ltd., a Chicago-based planning and zoning consultant, to oversee...

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Posted on: January 10, 2017

Neighborhood Sidewalk Program

New sidewalk constructed in 2015 on Stewart Campbell Pointe

Miles of new sidewalks have been built through the City of Spring Hill Neighborhood Sidewalk Program by annually putting aside dollars that allow neighborhoods to submit sidewalk project proposals and financially partner with the City to put needed walkwa...

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How To Submit a Sidewalk Project
Posted on: January 5, 2017

City Hall Expansion

Construction begins in 2017 on the expansion of Spring Hill City Hall

Construction is expected to begin in 2017 on the expansion of Spring Hill City Hall, which has been without readily available office space for new employees for the past few years. To keep pace with rapid growth, the City is in need of additional space fo...

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Posted on: January 4, 2017

Rutherford Creek Sewer Project

Rutherford Creek Sewer Project

In preparation for continuing growth, sewer was expanded further east along Rutherford Creek from the Wastewater Treatment Plant on Mahlon Moore Road to Interstate 65. The third phase of this $5 million project is ongoing and will be complete by April 201...

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Posted on: December 9, 2016

Saturn Parkway Extension

Saturn Parkway

TDOT plans to extend Saturn Parkway (State Route 396) north to Beechcroft Road (State Route 247) as part of a State Industrial Access grant, which will accommodate auto parts manufacturers' trucking of parts from Beechcroft to the nearby GM Sprin...

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Posted on: December 9, 2016

Widening Beechcroft Road

Magna

Beechcroft Road (State Route 247) will be widened to three lanes (two travel lanes and a center turn lane) by the developer of the three auto part makers on Beechcroft - Magna, Comprehensive Logistics and Tenneco - in front of these industries. Other part...

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Posted on: January 10, 2017

Buckner Widening and Gateway Corridor

Rendering of proposed Buckner Road widening and gateway corridor

A study was completed in 2016 for the future widening and extension of Buckner Road. The long-term vision for this area is to create a gateway corridor into the northern end of the City via an envisioned I-65 interchange that would connect into an extende...

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Posted on: January 10, 2017

Energy efficiency projects

Water Treatment Plant Superintendent Caryl Giles cleans a light fixture inside the Water Plant where energy efficient lighting soon will be installed

The City in September 2016 was awarded a $26,409 TDEC energy grant to install a series of energy efficiencyprojects at three City facilities that will create significant taxpayer savings on municipal utilitycosts. The 50/50 matching grant will fund half t...

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Sept. 2016 News Release
Posted on: January 5, 2017

Publix / Walmart Parking Lot Connection

Roadway connection between Publix and Walmart parking lots

This small roadway connection opened in October 2016, connecting the parking lots of Publix and Walmart, allowing traffic to traverse between the retail stores without having to get back onto busy U.S. 31 (Main Street).

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Posted on: January 4, 2017

Painting of City Hall Water Tank

Water Storage Tank behind City Hall was repainted

The City's oldest water tank, which sits behind Spring Hill City Hall, was sandblasted and painted to protect it for many years to come. The project, completed in July 2016, included stripping and resealing the inside of the tank to ensure water ...

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Posted on: December 5, 2015

Tanyard Springs Walking Trail

Tanyard Springs Walking Trail

The Tanyard Springs Walking Trail opened Dec. 3, 2015, along a scenic creek in the Tanyard Springs neighborhood. This grant-funded walkway provides students near Heritage Elementary and Middle Schools; Spring Station Middle; and Summit High School complet...

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Posted on: January 5, 2017

Spring Station Walking Trail

Spring Station Walking Trail

City officials opened this walking trail Dec. 3, 2015, creating direct student pedestrian access to Spring Station Middle and Summit High School, and recreational opportunities for nearby residents. The 8-foot-wide, multi-use path spans 1,800 feet and con...

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Posted on: December 9, 2016

Construction of Hardins Landing Water Storage Tank

Hardins water tank

To meet our city's growing water needs, a new 1.5-million-gallon water tank was constructed, and went online in April 2016, behind the Hardins Landing neighborhood at the southern dead-end of Commonwealth Drive. The tank is helping with storage and capaci...

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Posted on: December 9, 2016

Traffic signal - Port Royal Road & Buckner Lane

Traffic signal at Port Royal and Buckner Lane

A much needed traffic signal was installed in October 2015 at the intersection of Port Royal Road and Buckner Lane to improve safety.

Posted on: December 9, 2016

Comprehensive Plan Update

Spring Hill Rising 2040 Comprehensive Plan Update

After a lengthy public input process, the Board of Mayor and Aldermen (BOMA) in August 2015 approved the new "Spring Hill Rising: 2040" Comprehensive Plan update, the community's vision for how our city will develop over the next couple...

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Posted on: December 9, 2016

Traffic Signal - Miles Johnson Pkwy & U.S. 31

Signal-Miles Johnson

A traffic signal was installed in April 2016 at the busy intersection of Miles Johnson Parkway and U.S. 31 (Main Street).

Posted on: January 4, 2017

Major Thoroughfare Plan

Major Thoroughfare Plan

The City of Spring Hill in July 2015 completed, and the BOMA approved, a Major Thoroughfare Plan, mapping out the long-term needs of Spring Hill's major roadways through 2040. It was done with insightful input through public meetings and social media.

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Posted on: January 11, 2017

Bike and Greenway Plan

Spring Hill Greenways Logo

As Spring Hill continues to grow, the need for additional recreational opportunities and multiple modes of transportation is greater than ever. In Summer 2015, the BOMA approved The Spring Hill Bike & Greenway Plan to lay out where bicycle and greenwa...

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Posted on: January 4, 2017

Port Royal Park

Port Royal Park

The 31-acre Port Royal Park opened in May 2015 as the city's largest park. It includes three football fields;  a beautiful Veterans Plaza; a fun splash pad with water features; a concessions/restroom building; a top-notch, ADA-accessible...

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Posted on: January 4, 2017

New Fire Station 2

New Spring Hill Fire Station 2 opened in May 2015

For years, Station 2 Spring Hill firefighters worked out of a makeshift fire station, renovated from an old house, along Port Royal Road. The City constructed a new Fire Station No. 2 that opened in May 2015 on the campus of the new Port Royal Park.

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Posted on: January 4, 2017

Turn Lane at Kedron Road & Reserve Blvd.

Turn lane installed at Kedron Road and Reserve Boulevard

A turn lane was installed in June 2015 at the intersection of Kedron Road and Reserve Boulevard.

Posted on: January 4, 2017

McLemore Park

The City opened McLemore Park in May 2015

The City Spring Hill in May 2015 opened its first pocket at 632 McLemore Avenue, near the corner of Old Kedron Road. The 1/2-acre park includes a playground, gazebo, benches, and a basketball court.

Posted on: December 9, 2016

Crossings Circle South extension

Crossings Circle South Extension Rendering

The City in 2014 designed a roadway extension for the existing Crossings Circle South that runs in front of the movie theater. It would extend further east to Kedron Road, creating a second entrance into The Crossings, our city's largest shopping...

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Posted on: December 9, 2016

Raw Water Carbon Feed Facility

Raw Water Carbon Feed Building

The City of Spring Hill uses carbon to help remove contaminants and unwanted odors from our city's drinking water, much like the use of carbon filters in household water pitchers but on a much larger scale. The City recently built a permanent car...

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Posted on: January 4, 2017

Reserve Boulevard Extension

Reserve Boulevard extended from Kedron to Port Royal

Through a public/private partnership between the City of Spring Hill government and a group of local developers and land owners, Reserve Boulevard was extended with three lanes, with sidewalks on each side, from Kedron Road to near The Reserve at Port Roy...

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Posted on: December 9, 2016

Syncronization of U.S. 31 traffic signals

Traffic on U.S. 31

All traffic signals along U.S. 31 (Columbia Pike/Main Street) through the city limits of Spring Hill were re-syncronized, improving traffic flow by 25 percent.

Project completion: December 2014.

Posted on: January 4, 2017

U.S. 31 Turn Lane at The Commons

U.S. 31 turn lane installed at The Commons

As the City works with TDOT to eventually widen U.S. 31 (Main Street/Columbia Pike) to five lanes through Spring Hill, the City continues to make improvements that help improve traffic flow on U.S. 31, such as the turn lane installed in September 2014 in ...

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Posted on: December 9, 2016

Commonwealth Drive extension

Commonwealth Drive Extension

In October 2014, a roughly half-mile section of Commonwealth Drive was extended from the Longview Rec. Center to Wall Street, making a full connection between U.S. 31 and Duplex Road. Sidewalks also were installed. The road extension was made possible thr...

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Posted on: December 9, 2016

Advanced ballpark lighting at Evans Park

New ballfield lighting at Evans Park

High-efficiency lighting was installed in October 2014 around the baseball field at Evans Park.

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Posted on: December 9, 2016

Renovation of Fire Station No. 1

Spring Hill Fire Station No. 1 Renovations

Through a Lowes' Heroes grant, in laboring partnership with our local SHFD firefighters, the inside of the old Spring Hill Fire Station No. 1 on Beechcroft Road was fully renovated in November 2014.

Posted on: January 4, 2017

Renovated Library Circulation Desk/Lobby Entrance

Library renovates circulation desk and lobby entrance

The popular Spring Hill Public Library in November 2014 redesigned its circulation desk and reconfigured its lobby entrance to make better use of its space. The very next month, the library launched its growingly popular Wi-Fi lending program in December ...

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Posted on: December 9, 2016

Crossings Circle Roundabout rehabilitation

Crossings Circle Roundabout Rehabilitation Project

For years, the Crossings Circle Roundabout leading into The Crossings at Spring Hill shopping center had repeated issues with potholes because of improper construction by its original builder of the base layer under the pavement. The City of Spring Hill r...

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Posted on: January 4, 2017

Waste Water Treatment Plant Expansion

The Spring Hill Waste Water Treatment Plant is the only five-stage plant in Tennessee

A $14 million capital project, completed in March 2014, more than doubled the capacity of our city's Waste Water Treatment Plant on Mahlon Moore Road, ensuring we are prepared for years of future growth.

Posted on: January 4, 2017

Walnut Street Skate Park

Walnut Street Skate Park opened in February 2014

Since opening in February 2014, the City of Spring Hill's new Walnut Street Skate Park has proven to be even more popular among youth than anticipated. City officials have discussed adding an additional phase to the park. The park, known to some ...

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