Applications are now available for SPRING HILL CITIZENS’ ACADEMY
Want to know firsthand how your local government really works and what your elected leaders and professional city staff are doing on your behalf?
Of course, you do!
Spring Hill is accepting applications to its new Citizens’ Academy, which provides first-hand insights into key aspects of municipal government in both presentation and open discussion formats.
Sessions are held at City Hall on Thursdays starting at 6:30 pm and will run for six weeks [beginning on date x?]. An optional Saturday tour of city facilities is included.
Taught by elected leaders and senior staff, Spring Hill Citizens’ Academy sessions will focus on key city functions and responsibilities, including Legislation, Budget and Finance, Public Safety, Capital Projects, Public Works, Parks & Recreation, and City Planning.
Participants will have the opportunity to speak directly with City officials and ask questions, as well as tour key facilities to gain a new perspective on the inner workings of their local government.
Graduates of the program will receive a frameable certificate and group picture and will be introduced at a public meeting of the Board of Mayor and Aldermen.
Spring Hill Citizens’ Academy is free and available to Spring Hill residents over 18 years of age, but registration is required as class size is limited. If you are interested, please call 931-486-2252 or email for more information.