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WELCOME!

Franklin’s economy is one of the healthiest and strongest in the nation. A diverse business climate shelters the city from problems associated with a fluctuating economy. While a broad-based economy is certainly a plus, companies considering expansion or relocating to FrankHealthways CoolSpringslin find other advantages too. For example, the Greater Nashville area provides an abundance of suppliers and services in support of one another. Employers’ costs for salaries, benefits, and overhead are lower than in other regions and without a doubt, Franklin’s unusually rich quality of life and Southern hospitality offers ample opportunity for companies and their employees families to enjoy and become involved in making Franklin even a better place to live, work, and play.

small businessAssistant City Administrator Vernon J. Gerth has made retaining and growing businesses and jobs locally a priority. Together with the State of Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development and the Williamson County Office of Economic Development, existing and prospective business representatives can be assured they will receive prompt and personal attention.  We've provided an Estimate of Development & Building Related Fees for Assorted Commerical Projects.

Please contact Vernon if you or your business are:
• Encountering barriers with City, County, or State entities
• Anticipating to expand your facility
• Considering moving operations to or from Franklin
• Having difficulty finding qualified employees

To arrange a meeting or for more information, contact:

Vernon J. Gerth, ACA-Community & Economic Development
City of Franklin
109 Third Avenue South
Franklin, TN 37064
Direct Line (615) 550-6671
mail to:vernon.gerth@franklintn.gov

Last updated: 1/11/2014 8:31:01 AM