Speakers Bureau

Learn more about City of Goodlettsville services and operations by scheduling a Speakers Bureau presentation for your group.

The City of Goodlettsville Speakers Bureau is a free local service which was created to demystify the role of government. 

We want to be your best resource for getting answers to important questions about the City of Goodlettsville. And in turn, it is our goal to build strong partnerships with the citizens we serve. Our employees are available to present on a wide variety of topics. Your organization may request a guest speaker to attend a meeting or special event. Groups may include homeowner's associations, school clubs or organizations, senior centers, or any Goodlettsville group wanting to be involved.

A sample of speaking points include:
General Municipal Government Overview
Open Meetings and Public Information Acts
Property Taxes - how they are calculated and how are they used?
Property Tax Relief and Property Tax Freeze for Seniors
How is the city's credit rating determined?
How and why are bonds issued?
City Website Features
How to "Follow" City of Goodlettsville News and Information
City of Goodlettsville Employment Process
How to Manage Rising Health Care Costs
Municipal Court
Fire Safety in the Home and Workplace
Fire Prevention
Community Recreation Programs and Events
Senior Adult Programs and Partnerships
Historic Mansker's Station and the Early Settlement of Goodlettsville
Volunteer Opportunities
Law Enforcement
Neighborhood Watch Program
Crime Prevention Programs
Planning and Zoning
Development Review Process, Including Public Involvement
Determining Development Potential on a Property
Economic and Community Development
Recycling - what can you recycle in Goodlettsville?
Stream Watch Program

Please submit the Speaker's Bureau Request Form a minimum of 30 days prior to your event. You can call 615-851-3211 or email Mary Laine Hucks, Public Information Officer, with additional questions.

We look forward to partnering with your organization.