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**Public Notice **    The public is hereby notified of a Special Called Meeting of the Nashville Town Council on Wednesday, February 20, 2019 at 7:00 PM in Town Council Chambers.  This meeting will be held for the purpose of:  Consideration of participation in the Downtown Strong Initiative; Closed Session for personnel and for real estate.  The public is invited to attend.

**Public Notice**     The Town Council of the Town of Nashville will  hold a   Public Hearing  on  Wednesday, February 27, 2019 at 7:00 pm in Town Council Chambers at which  time the council will hear public comments on   the application from the  Nashville Chamber of Commerce   for the 23rd Annual Nashville Blooming Festival from May 8-11, 2019,  on the application from the Sudan's Shriner's for a Ceremonial Parade  on May 18, 2019, and on  the application from the Church on the Rise for a Color Run 5k  on October 12, 2019.

 

Commercial & Residential Development

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Nashville is uniquely situated to enjoy both the benefits of the Triangle region along with those of NashI-Love-Nashville County/Rocky Mount metro region.  The Town’s locations allows for an easy commute, either a traditional or reverse commute, within both regions and being Nash County’s fastest growing full service municipality makes it an ideal location for both residing within and commerce.  The quality of life is routinely positively referenced by residents, visitors, and neighbors.

Education
Public K-12 schools that serve all or
portions of the Town of Nashville

Nashville Elementary
Nash Central Middle
Red Oak Middle
Nash Central High
Northern Nash High

College and Universities within the regions.
Nash Community College

NC Wesleyan
East Carolina University
North Carolina State University
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Infrastructure
Electricity – Duke Energy Progress
Telecommunications – Suddenlink and CenturyLink
Water & Sewer – Town of Nashville
Natural Gas – Rocky Mount Public Utilities

Opportunities and Resources
All staff is ready and committed to assisting your development project and/or business in person or via phone/email, the Planning & Development Department at 252-459-4511 is encouraged as your initial contact.  All projects require a Town zoning permit before pursuing a Nash County building permit.

Incentives
Various incentives are available through local, state, and federal levels of government for project within the Town of Nashville stimulate economic development and job creation.  The combination of investment and jobs created dictates the availability and amount of incentives.

Utility expansion projects and/or partnerships are available as described in Town CIP and Water & Sewer Evaluation studies.

Development/Redevelopment Related Departments & Organizations
Nashville Planning & Development Department
Carolina Gateway Partnership
Nashville Chamber of Commerce
Nash County Building Inspections

Contact:
Julie Spriggs: Planning & Development Director
252-459-4511 ext. 232
julie.spriggs@townofnashvillenc.gov