The Spring Hill Town Center Redevelopment Committee (formerly the Town Center Task Force) was formed in July 2019 to fully explore the potential for creating a town center or identifiable downtown area in Spring Hill. Members of the committee are appointed by the Mayor.
The TCRC serves as an advisory committee to the Board of Mayor and Aldermen. The committee is tasked with researching options for a town center using the City's major planning documents, such as the Spring Hill Rising 2040 Comprehensive Plan, Unified Development Code (UDC), Zoning Map, and Major Thoroughfare Plan, to ensure that proposals that move forward will fit properly into the City's long-term growth vision.
The Town Center Redevelopment Committee meets at 6:00 p.m. on the second Wednesday of each month in the City Hall Courtroom.
The City of Spring Hill is seeking a qualified candidate to fill a vacancy on the City’s Town Center Redevelopment Committee.
The Town Center Redevelopment Committee is a six-member committee that serves in an advisory role to the Board of Mayor and Aldermen. This committee seeks to promote the revitalization and redevelopment of the downtown Spring Hill district. The qualified candidate will have a background in graphic design, print media, drawing, sculpture, or similar artistic endeavors. It is preferred that the candidate have experience with municipal or large-scale signage and/or wayfinding design.
The Town Center Redevelopment Committee meets on the second Wednesday of each month at 6:00 pm. The qualified candidate must be able to attend 75% of all in-person meetings. This is a voluntary position.