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Integrated Water Resources Planning

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Welcome

The Integrated Water Resources Planning (IWRP) project takes a holistic approach to managing water resources including drinking water, wastewater, reclaimed water and stormwater, along with their interaction and interrelation with the Harpeth River. The plan will provide the City of Franklin a “road map” for making investments to improve water resources with a focus on sustainability and consideration of regional goals and partnerships.

This web page will be updated to provide information regarding the IWRP to interested citizens.  Below are links to various project documents that will help describe the project process and status.  Stay tuned for more updates!

Quick Reference-Frequently Asked Questions on Harpeth River and IWRP FAQ

IWRP Draft Final Report   
Appendices

IWRP Fact Sheet
IWRP Scope of Work