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Increase to both Impact Fees and Property Taxes?   Spring Hill has nearly $200,000,000 of necessary Capital Improvement needs. These projects cover roadway improvements to Hwy 31, Buckner Rd, Buckner Ln, the new interchange, water and sewer improvements, a new Police headquarters, and many more.   In conjunction with Spring Hill’s newly adopted Major Thoroughfare […]

Completed in 2015, modified in 2017 and updated in 2019. Completed by the Planning Commission and adopted by the Board of Mayor and Alderman, the MTP maps out the long term needs of Spring Hill’s major road way needs. The Major Thoroughfare Plan has allowed the Planning Commission to demand dedication and new roads construction […]

Spring Hill UDC Unified Development Code

Last week, Spring Hill held three separate open house meetings to present the proposed changes to the City’s Zoning Ordinance into our new Unified Development Code. Hopefully you were able to attend an open house, hear the presentation, ask questions and provide your feedback. If you missed these meetings, you can view a recap in […]

Approved by the Federal Highway Administration in Feb 2018; new access to I-65 at Buckner Rd will allow the City relieve Hwy 31 congestion by providing faster, safer access to I-65. Next steps in the project will be completing required environmental studies and preliminary design work. Approval gives the City an 8 year window to […]

Spring Hill Second Quarter Newsletter The past three months in Spring Hill have presented a great number of opportunities and challenges alike. Since being elected, Alderman Fitterer was appointed to the Planning Commission as the Mayor’s designee and appointed to the Transportation Advisory Committee as the Planning Commission’s Representative. This quarterly newsletter serves to provide […]

Completed in 2015, passed by the Planning Commission and adopted by the Board of Mayor and Alderman determines community goals and objections for community development. Set public policy for land use, transportation, utilities, recreation and economic development. See Full Plan

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