- Jun 12 It's great thing to work for a city leader like @mayorkenmoore ! Congratulations on a very deserving award! https://t.co/s2VpV6zJby
- Jun 08 Reminder from TN State Fire Marshal's Office- Sky lanterns are illegal for consumer use. Only licensed fireworks t… https://t.co/OW5VRxavv9
- Jun 07 14 weeks later, 12 firefighters representing 4 local agencies complete @FranklinFire Training Academy. Recruits re… https://t.co/JbiuxSOTl8
- May 31 Our recruits starting early with service to the community. Offer to help change a flat tire and find out it's… https://t.co/9vEicOdsn1
- May 31 FREE car seat safety check Friday 6/8/18 10:30a-12:30p @FranklinFire Station #6 1061 Cool Springs Blvd Along with… https://t.co/KwQFtJbXCM
Franklin City Hall and Police Headquarters added as donation points for Hurricane Harvey Relief
The City of Franklin is proud to partner with the Williamson County Convention & Visitors Bureau, the local hospitality community, and Franklin-based One Generation Away to send aid to hurricane Harvey victims in Texas.
Residents can drop off non-perishable canned food items, like peanut butter and jelly, pop-top cans of chicken, tuna, fruits, and vegetables at City Hall or Police Headquarters, Monday – Friday, between 8am and 5pm. Donated items will be delivered to areas of Texas with the greatest need via mobile food pantries established in Texas by Franklin’s One Generation Away.
Franklin City Hall | 109 3rd Avenue South
Franklin Police Headquarters | 900 Columbia Avenue
Click or a list of other collection points