- Dead animals
- Downtown Franklin Association
- Driver’s License
- Education (Schools)
- Election Information
- Employment with the City
- Engineering Department
- Farmer's Market
- Fair Housing
- Finance Department
- Fire Department
- Franklin Tomorrow
To have dead animals removed from City streets and the public right-of-way within the city limits of Franklin, call the Sanitation and Environmental Services Department at 615-794-1516. For removal of dead animals on Williamson County or State rights-of-way, contact the Williamson County Solid Waste Department at 615-790-0742.
For more information on Historic Downtown Franklin, call 615-591-8500.
Licenses are issued by the Tennessee Department of Safety. The Williamson County office is located at 4248 South Carothers Road in Franklin. Hours are Tuesday-Friday, 7:00 am to 5:30 pm. For more information about renewals or applying for a driver’s license call 790-5515 or visit the Department of Safety’s website.
Public schools in the City of Franklin are governed by either the Franklin Special School District (grades K-8) or the Williamson County School System.
Visit "Higher Education" in our Community Guide for information on local colleges and universities.
Williamson County residents may register to vote at 1320 West Main Street, Franklin TN, 615-790-5711 or by visiting the County’s website at www.williamsoncounty-tn.gov.
Current openings and benefit information are posted in the Human Resources section of the City’s website. For more information, call 615-791-3216.
The Engineering Department plans for the future infrastructure needs of the City of Franklin by working with other City Departments, elected officials, and public to ensure that the City's infrastructure is designed and installed properly and that it meets all Local, State and Federal standards and guidelines. For more information on the Engineering Department, visit their website or call 615-791-3218.
There are two Farmer's Markets in the City of Franklin. The East Franklin Farmer's Market, a healthy options only market, is open on Saturdays (9 a.m. - 2 p.m.) year-round. They offer local, organically grown seasonal produce, meats, and baked goods. It is located at 2080 Turning Wheel Lane. The Franklin Farmer's Market is open every Saturday year-round. Their hours vary depending on the season. They offer fruits, vegetables, dairy, and baked goods from local farms as well as crafts from local vendors. They are located at the Factory at Franklin (230 Franklin Road).
The Fair Housing Act ensures that all Americans have equal access to the housing of their choice. For information on the Fair Housing Act, you can contact Tennessee Fair Housing Council at 615-874-2344 or Federal U.S Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) at 800-440-8091.
The mission of the Finance Department is to ensure the overall fiscal health of the City of Franklin and provide high quality support services to City Departments, Agencies, employees and citizens. For more information, visit their website or call 615-794-1457.
Use the 9-1-1 emergency line to report all emergencies. For non-emergency contact information for the Franklin Fire Department, visit their website or call 615-791-3270.
Franklin Tomorrow is a non-profit community organization that communicates a shared and evolving Vision for the future of Franklin and focuses that Vision through education, advocacy, evaluation, implementation, and recognition of the Vision's specific goals and strategies. Franklin Tomorrow can be reached at www.franklintomorrow.org, by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 615-794-0998.