This design and engagement process, led by the City’s consultant team, is meant to engage citizens in finding out what is important to the community when considering the development of a new city hall. How should the community be able to engage with and use City Hall? The City would like to gather your feedback on what you could envision here and how it could better contribute to historic downtown Franklin.
Round 1 Community Engagement
March 22, 4:30pm Design Review Committee of the Historic Zoning Commission
April 7, 4:00 p.m. Franklin Public Arts Commission
May 13, 6:00pm Virtual Family Room Chat
May 24, 4:30pm Design Review Committee of the Historic Zoning Commission
May 25, 5:00 pm BOMA Work Session
May 27, 5:00pm BOMA/FMPC Joint Conceptual Workshop
Round 2 Community Engagement
September 13, Release the preliminary master plan, a report from the Round 1 community engagement, and a second survey.
September 28, 5:00 pm BOMA Work Session
October 4, 4:00 pm Design Review Committee Special Meeting, Training Room at City Hall
October 5, 6:00 pm Virtual Family Room Chat — REGISTER HERE
December 9, 5:00 pm FMPC/BOMA Joint Conceptual Workshop in the Boardroom at City Hall
February 8, 5:00 pm BOMA Work Session
February 22, 7:00 pm BOMA Meeting to approve the preliminary master plan
Meaningful community input is vital to the success of the new Franklin City Hall. Stay tuned and check back often for updates on engagement.
FAMILY ROOM CHAT
The family room chat is a virtual opportunity for citizens to weigh in on the city hall master planning. The first family room chat was held on May 13, 2021 and focused on gathering feedback using a series of precedent images. To watch the recorded meeting, see the video below!
The second family room chat will be held on October 5, 2021 at 6:00 pm, virtually. Please register HERE to attend.
Community input is critical to the development of the Franklin City Hall Master Plan. Click the button below to take the second community survey now!
TELL US WHAT YOU THINK!
What issues or opportunities would you like to share about this important community project?