Community and Economic Development

 Economic Development

White Bluff is OPEN for business.
White Bluff has so much to offer Рproximity to Nashville, major highway access, reasonably priced and available land, willing workforce, utility access, low taxes, high quality of life, affordable housing, good schools Рthe list goes on and on.
We recognize that economic development is critical to any community’s long-term success and White Bluff salutes and encourages the entrepreneurial spirit. We are available to assist you in any way possible.
Below are some links that we hope are of some assistance to you as you pursue your American dream.

    Community Development

    White Bluff encourages community involvement and volunteerism. Community involvement has always been a cornerstone to our development. Please see our community-driven plans below.

    Storm Water Management a Priority

    Due to flooding events and frequent downpours, Storm Water Management has become a priority to the Town of White Bluff as well as many other Middle Tennessee communities. The Town of White Bluff is constantly looking at ways to improve water quality protection.

    The Town of White Bluff is addressing this important issue at three (3) distinct but interconnected levels – municipality, neighborhood and site.

    Municipal Level 

    The Town of White Bluff believes that decisions about where and how we grow are the first development decisions related to water quality. Preserving and restoring natural landscape features are critical components of managing storm water run-off. Using land more efficiently enables better management of storm water by managing impervious areas.

    Neighborhood Level

    Green infrastructure, including retention/detention basins and planning and design approaches, help manage impervious surfaces and better integrate the natural and built environments.

    Site Level

    Green infrastructure practices such as rain gardens, rain barrels, porous pavements, green roofs, infiltration planters, trees, tree boxes and rainwater harvesting for non-potable use should be considered and encouraged where appropriate to help manage storm water run-off.