On Monday, the city of Spring Hill was awarded a $325,000 grant to go toward the city's Parks & Recreation Department.
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The City of Brentwood will a hold community meeting on Tuesday, July 27, to gather public input on the city's first inclusive playground that …
The heavy rains of late March took a significant toll on Williamson County, including on Spring Hill's Harvey Park on Main Street.
The city of Brentwood is increasing the number of people allowed in city park shelters and pavilions from April 1 to May 31.
The City of Brentwood will begin accepting reservations for park facilities for the 2021 season on February 1.
The City of Brentwood will rename Tower Park Dog Park to Miss Peggy's Bark Park in memory of late Brentwood resident Peggy Howell.
Spring Hill Mayor Rick Graham announced on Tuesday that the city would allow for league and team practices to resume at city parks for non-con…
The City of Brentwood has closed the sale of approximately 52 acres of land for $5.2 million to be developed into the future Windy Hill Park.
The City of Brentwood has modified some city services after a Planning and Codes Department employee tested positive for COVID-19 on Monday.
The City of Brentwood is in discussions around purchasing 52 acres of land on Old Smyrna Road that could one day become a park for the more th…