1. City Projects
  1. Columbia for You Public Release Draft

    Columbia For You Public Draft Presentation

    The Public Draft of the Columbia Zoning Ordinance (Code) is now available for review by the community! Read on...
  2. Iron Bridge Road Bridge Replacement Project

    Iron Bridge Road Bridge Replacement Project

    The Iron Bridge Road project consists of replacing the bridge over Lytle Creek, just east of Fairview Park. The project is being designed by Barge Design Solutions. The new bridge would be designed to accommodate automobile, bicycle, & pedestrian traffic. Read on...
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    LED Streetlight Conversion Project

    The City of Columbia, Tennessee, in partnership with Columbia Power & Water Systems (CPWS) & streetlighting development firm PATH Company, is working toward completion of a first-class LED streetlight conversion project for Columbia. Read on...
  4. USACE Flood Hazard Mitigation Study

    USACE Flood Hazard Mitigation Study

    The City of Columbia is partnering with the US Army Corp of Engineers to conduct a flood risk analysis for several drainage basins throughout the City of Columbia. Phase I will consist of floodway mapping and base flood elevation (BFE) profiles... Read on...
  5. Bear Creek Nashville Hwy Project

    Bear Creek and Nashville Hwy Intersection Improvements Project

    The City of Columbia has determined intersection improvements are needed to improve the safety and functionality of the intersection at Nashville Highway and Bear Creek Pike. Read on...
  6. South Garden Streetscape Project

    South Garden Streetscape Project in the Arts District

    The South Garden Streetscape project in the Columbia Arts District will span from Carmack Blvd to Depot Street. This streetscape project is currently in the design phase with Ragan Smith and Associates performing the design work. Read on...
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  1. Current News
  1. Downtown Columbia Drone Photograph

    Available Retail Package Store Liquor License

    Due to the increase in population from the 2020 Census, the City of Columbia has one (1) Retail Liquor License available for anyone interested in applying for the license. Read on...
  2. Austin Huddleston

    Huddleston Recognized as Employee of the Month

    The City of Columbia proudly recognizes Austin Huddleston as the August Employee of the Month! Read on...
  3. 2020 Census Results

    2020 Census Results

    View the 2020 Census results. Read on...
  4. Ofc Schmidt

    Officer Schmidt Recognized as July Employee of the Month

    The City of Columbia would like to congratulate Officer Steven Schmidt for being name July Employee of the Month! Read on...
  5. Columbia Councilmember Tony Greene

    Councilmember Greene Shares Fairview Park Improvements

    Councilmember Tony Greene shares the latest information on Fairview Park upgrades and improvements. Read on...
  6. I-65 and SR 99 Interchange Groundbreaking

    I-65 and SR 99 Interchange Project

    The Tennessee Department of Transportation, along with state elected officials and Columbia City Council members, broke ground on the 1-65 and SR 99 Interchange Project on Tuesday, July 20, 2021. Read on...
  7. State of Tennessee Official Seal

    Tn Gov Lee announced the end of statewide public health orders

    Tn Governor Bill Lee announced the end of statewide public health orders and signed Executive Order 80 to address economic and regulatory functions. Executive Order 80 also ends the local authority to issue mask requirements in the 89 counties Read on...
  8. Columbia City Councilmember Ken Wiles

    Councilmember Wiles Shares Woodland Park Improvements

    Columbia City Councilmember Ken Wiles shares the list of Woodland Park improvements made on the tennis courts, playgrounds, restrooms, offices, and Kiwanis shelter. Read on...
  9. RaJeenia Ransom - May Employee of the Month

    Recognizing our May Employee of the Month

    Please join us in celebrating our May Employee of the Month, Ra'Jeenia Ransom. She joined the Public Works Department in March as a Sanitation Operator. She utilized her time wisely to obtain her Class B Commercial Drivers Permit... Read on...
  10. Councilmember Kenny Marshall Video Image

    Get to Know Councilmember Kenny Marshall

    Newly elected Ward 4 Council Member Kenny Marshall tells about himself, how he got involved in local government, and his vision for the future of Columbia. Contact Kenny at kenny.marshall@columbiatn.com Read on...
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    Facade Improvement Grant Gives Downtown Businesses a Fresh, New Look

    Downtown has a fresh, new face thanks to a Façade Improvement Grant awarded to the City in April 2020 from the TN Department of Economic and Community Development (TNECD) for $100,000. Grant funds were distributed to local downtown businesses by the City Read on...
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  13. Davena Hardison Ward 1

    Meet New Councilmember Davena Hardison

    Newly elected Ward 1 Councilmember DaVena Hardison tells about herself, how she got involved in local government, and her vision for the future of Columbia. Contact Davena at davena.hardison@columbiatn.com. Read on...
  14. CA Lady Bulldogs Softball State Champs 2021

    Columbia Academy Lady Bulldogs Softball Champs!

    A proclamation announced at the June 10th Columbia City Council meeting by Mayor Chaz Molder declared the day as "Columbia Academy Lady's Softball Team Day". The 2020-21 CA Lady Bulldogs were recognized for their outstanding 41-2 winning season. Read on...
  15. Alex Troge, Columbia Parks & Recreation Department

    Troge Recognized as June Employee of the Month

    Join us in congratulating Columbia Parks and Recreation's Operations and Athletic Manager Alex Troge for being nominated as June Employee of the Month! Alex managed the development of the new bike and hiking trails located behind E.A. Cox Middle School. Read on...
  16. Columbia Mayor&#39s Youth Council Logo

    Columbia Mayor Molder Establishes Mayor’s Youth Council

    Columbia Mayor Chaz Molder announced the formation of Columbia Mayor’s Youth Council (CMYC), a program designed to foster leadership and community involvement among Columbia’s diverse high-school population and to encourage an interest in local government Read on...
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    A New Path for Columbia

    Check out our newest greenway designed for hikers and mountain bikers. Ride on...
  18. Danny Coleman Video Graphic

    Meet New Councilmember Danny Coleman

    Newly elected Ward 5 Councilmember Danny Coleman tells about himself, how he got involved in local government, and his vision for the future of Columbia. Contact Danny at danny.coleman@columbiatn.com. Read on...
  19. JCFord Announcement

    JC Ford Company to Locate Manufacturing Operations in Columbia

    Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee, Department of Economic and Community Development Commissioner Bob Rolfe and JC Ford Company officials announced today that the company will locate new manufacturing operations in Columbia, Tennessee. Read on...
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    Ultium Cells Investing $2.3B in Maury County

    TN Gov. Bill Lee & ECD Commissioner Bob Rolfe today announced Ultium Cells LLC, a joint venture of LG Energy Solution and General Motors, will invest more than $2.3 billion to build its second battery cell mfg plant in the United States. Read on...
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