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5005 Meridian Boulevard, Ste. 150, Franklin, TN 37067

Williamson County Government

Key Williamson County Individuals and Departments

Visit the Williamson County Website here.

County Mayor
Find information about what the County Mayor does.

County Board of Commissioners
Read up on the County Board of Commissioners.

Boards & Commissions
For information, meeting schedules and agendas and minutes for the Planning Commission, the Board of Zoning Appeals and all other boards.
Boards & Commissions

County Clerk
Find information about the duties of the County Clerk.

Election Administrator
The Election Administrator is appointed by the Election Commission for a four-year term, and is responsible for organizing all matters related to local elections in the county, including voter and candidate registration, conducting the elections, and tallying the vote.

Property Assessor
The primary responsibility of the Property Assessor is to discover, list, classify, and value all real, personal or mixed property within the jurisdiction of Williamson County for tax purposes.

Trustee
The Trustee collects the taxes for the county.

Register of Deeds
The Register of Deeds Office records property transactions.

Sheriff
The Sheriff is responsible for law enforcement in Williamson County.

Latest Government News

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Apr

The Franklin Clapham Group presents Williamson County Commission Candidate Forum, Districts 7 – 12 Monday, April 14, 2014 @ 7 pm The Franklin Clapham Group cordially invites you to attend and participate in the Williamson County Commission Candidate Forum for Districts Seven through Twelve. The… Read More ⇒

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Mar

March 27, 2014 The Tennessean By Kevin Walters FRANKLIN – With a robust housing market, confident job forecasts and ambitious plans for new developments, Williamson County’s longtime status as one of the region’s hottest areas doesn’t show any sign of abating. Yet county leaders and developers… Read More ⇒

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Feb

February 4, 2014 The Washington Post By Reid Wilson Any graduating high school senior could attend a two-year community college for free under a new proposal laid out by Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam (R), a massive expansion in higher education that would increase the percentage… Read More ⇒

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November 19,2013 The Tennessean FRANKLIN The Williamson County Chamber of Commerce plans to launch a pilot project in 2014 to increase the interaction between the business community and the schools. The initiative was one of several plans for next year announced Tuesday night at a… Read More ⇒

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