Handbills, which include leaflets, circulars and pamphlets, etc., may only be distributed by transmitting the material directly to the owner, occupant or other person present in or upon the property. This provision does not apply to the U.S. Postal Service or newspapers.
The Williamson County Health Department is located at 1324 West Main Street, Franklin. For information on services, call 794-1542.
The Brentwood Historic Commission is a volunteer cityzens' board. Its purpose is to promote the preservation of Brentwood’s historic sites and heritage. This is accomplished by recognizing and preserving the historic sites in Brentwood and providing educational programs, activities and events relating to the heritage of Brentwood. The Brentwood Historical Society, sponsored by the Historic Commission, is open to all citizens to preserve Brentwood's history and culture. For more information contactl the Community Relations Director at 371-0060 or via E-mail.
Home occupations must be approved by the Brentwood Board of Zoning Appeals for certain occupations or the Planning and Codes Department. Certain types of business occupations are prohibited. Applications should be submitted to the Planning and Codes Department at 5211 Maryland Way. A pamphlet on "Home Occupations" may also be obtained at the Municipal Center or the city's website. Contact the Planning & Codes Department at 371-2204 for more information. Also, see Business License.
See Resident Responsibility.
Williamson Medical Center is located at 2021 North Carothers Road, Franklin, 435-5000. Numerous other hospitals are conveniently located in Nashville/Davidson County. Also, visit the Williamson Medical Center web site.