Community Information

Williamson County, TN

Law Enforcement

Hospitals

  • Williamson Medical Center is a 185-bed hospital dedicated to serving the health care needs of our surrounding communities
  • Mercy Childrens Clinic "We've been providing healthcare for all children since 1999. Our doctors and staff care for thousands of Middle Tennessee children each year"
  • Saint Thomas Health Services is a family of Middle Tennessee hospitals united by a single mission: to provide spiritually centered, holistic care that sustains and improves the health of the communities we serve
  • Vanderbilt Children's Hospital was created to give children a place to hope and a place to heal

Library

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Parks

  • Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park The 19-acre park is designed to complement the Tennessee Capitol Building, give visitors a taste of Tennessee's history and natural wonder, and to serve as a lasting monument to Tennessee's Bicentennial celebration
  • Bowie Nature Park contains a glorious 722 acres of forest, lakes & trails, Bowie is a great place for individuals, couples & families to come and enjoy their time
  • Long Hunter State Park Picnicking, swimming, hiking, backpacking, boating, fishing, nature photography and wildlife observation are among the activities available to park visitors
  • Natchez Trace Parkway The 444-mile Natchez Trace Parkway commemorates an ancient trail that connected southern portions of the Mississippi River to salt licks in today's central Tennessee
  • Williamson County Parks and Recreation
  • Williamson County Visitors Bureau

Entertainment

Davidson County, TN

Hospitals

  • Baptist Hospital Rehab
  • Skyline Madison Campus
  • Tennessee Christian Med Ctr
  • Bordeaux Long-Term Care the 420-bed nursing home operated by the Metropolitan Hospital Authority
  • Centennial Medical Center Our dream and goal was to open a health care facility which would offer the finest service in Nashville - the cleanest rooms, the best food, a qualified nursing staff, and a friendly, warm atmosphere
  • Nashville Rehabilitation Hospital is a free-standing physical rehabilitation hospital dedicated to serving the Mid-South with health care services designed to maximize the independence of every patient
  • Saint Thomas Health Services is a family of Middle Tennessee hospitals united by a single mission: to provide spiritually centered, holistic care that sustains and improves the health of the communities we serve
  • Sarah Cannon Cancer Center
  • Siloam Family Health Center is committed to caring for the uninsured in Middle Tennessee by providing high-quality, affordable health care that meets the needs of the whole person -- physical, emotional and spiritual.
  • Skyline Medical Center is committed to the care and improvement of human life. We strive to deliver high quality, cost-effective healthcare in the communities we serve
  • Southern Hills Medical Center We trust our colleagues as valuable members of our healthcare team and pledge to treat one another with loyalty, respect and dignity.
  • Summit Medical Center we are committed to patient-centered care and the improvement of human life
  • Tennessee Christian Medical Center A facility of SkyLine Medical Center
  • Vanderbilt Children's Hospital is a place to hope and place to heal for patients and their families. In 2007, Childrens Hospital was recognized as one of the premier childrens hospitals in the nation by U.S. News & World Report. We care for the sickest patients in the region and beyo

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Parks

  • Madison Little League Ballpark
  • Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park The 19-acre park is designed to complement the Tennessee Capitol Building, give visitors a taste of Tennessee's history and natural wonder, and to serve as a lasting monument to Tennessee's Bicentennial celebration
  • Davidson County Parks
  • Long Hunter State Park Picnicking, swimming, hiking, backpacking, boating, fishing, nature photography and wildlife observation are among the activities available to park visitors
  • Nashville Zoo
  • Parthenon The re-creation of the 42-foot statue Athena is the focus of the Parthenon just as it was in ancient Greece
  • Radnor Lake State Park It is a place that provides scenic, biological, geological, and passive recreational opportunities not found in other metropolitan areas of Nashville's size

Law Enforcement

Transportation

Entertainment

  • Brooks Museum of Art enriches the lives of our diverse community through the Museum's expanding collection, varied exhibitions, and dynamic programs that reflect the art of world cultures from antiquity to present.
  • Chaffin's Barn Dinner Theatre The Barn was Nashville's first Professional Theatre and continues to produce top quality comedies, musicals and mysteries
  • Cheekwood Botanical Garden and Museum of Art Within its 55 acres, Cheekwood is a complex institution rich with history, beautiful gardens and fine art. The Botanical Garden showcases fine horticultural collections, acclaimed for their diversity and quality. The Museum of Art presents American and
  • Frist Center for the Visual Arts is a nonprofit art-exhibition center, with approximately 24,000 square feet of gallery space, dedicated to presenting the finest visual art from local, state and regional artists, as well as major U.S. and international exhibitions
  • Nashville Chamber Orchestra Founded in 1990 by Music Director Paul Gambill, the Nashville Chamber Orchestra has come to be recognized as one of America's premiere chamber orchestras
  • Nashville Farmers Market
  • Nashville Opera The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum has been the home of America's music since 1967
  • Nashville Symphony
  • Ryman Auditorium Nashville's Premier Performance Hall
  • Tennessee State Museum is one of the largest state museums in the nation with more than 60,000 square feet of permanent exhibits and a 10,000 square foot changing exhibition hall
  • The Hermitage Home of President Andrew Jackson
  • Visit Nashville Music City
Rutherford County, TN

Law Enforcement

  • County Attorney renders legal services to the County and/or any of its officials, departments, offices, branches and boards and represents the County in legal matters before administrative tribunals and in court effecting or touching upon the conduct of the business of the County
  • County Mayor directs, organizes and coordinates County government activities and oversees the day-to-day operations of the County
  • Circuit Court Clerk
  • County Clerk
  • Emergency Management is responsible for coordination of the disaster mitigation, preparedness, response and recovery activities within Rutherford County
  • Sheriff's Office is one of the largest sheriff's offices in Middle Tennessee, covering a territory of more than 626 square miles with a force of approximately 200 sworn law enforcement personnel and another 100 civilian employees
  • State Fire Prevention Division is committed to protecting the safety of Tennesseans and their property through fire prevention, education, codes enforcement, regulation, investigation and law enforcement

Hospitals

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Transportation

  • Murfreesboro Municipal Airport The Murfreesboro Airport, located on Memorial Boulevard, is a general aviation airport serving Middle Tennessee. A self sufficient department of the City of Murfreesboro, the Murfreesboro Municipal Airport is committed to safety and the improvement of its facilities to continue to better serve its Commercial Operators, the business community, local aircraft operators and owners, and people from all over the nation that fly into the community to visit friends and family. The Airport¿s largest tenant is the Aerospace Department of Middle Tennessee State
  • Nashville International Airport
  • Public Transportation Department ROVER The City of Murfreesboro Public Transportation Department is responsible for the administration and operation of public transportation service (Rover) within the City of Murfreesboro. It also works with and/or assists other regional providers with mobility issues.
  • RTS is Regional Transit System with door to door transportation service of the Mid-Cumberland Human Resource Agency
  • Smyrna/Rutherford County Airport

Parks

  • Bicentennial Mall State Park The 19-acre park is designed to complement the Tennessee Capitol Building, give visitors a taste of Tennessee's history and natural wonder, and to serve as a lasting monument to Tennessee's Bicentennial celebration
  • LaVergne Parks
  • Radnor Lake This natural area provides a variety of scenic spots and a diversity of natural habitats ranging from the lake, to streams and placid sloughs
  • Smyrna Municipal Golf Course is a municipal facility owned by the Town of Smyrna, located in Rutherford County, and just 20 minutes from the heart of Nashville
  • Stones River National Battlefield is a 600-acre national park and cemetery dedicated to preserving the memory of those who fought and died at this crucial Civil War battle

Entertainment

  • Center for the Arts is a community-oriented, fun place where visual artists, craftspeople, musicians, dancers and actors engage the public with the products of their creativity
  • Discovery Center at Murfree Spring is an interactive museum and environmental center created for the children and families of Middle Tennessee and is dedicated to promoting excellence in education through hands-on exhibits and programs
  • The Hermitage
Maury County, TN

Hospitals

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Law Enforcement

  • Circuit Court The Circuit Court Clerk's office is responsible for maintaining all records in Circuit Court, General Sessions Parts I & II and the Juvenile Court of Maury County. The Clerk's office is also responsible for issuance of Passports.
  • Emergency Management Mission Statement: We attempt to be more concerned for the safety and welfare of the citizens of our community than they may be themselves.
  • Maury County Rural Fire The Maury County Civil Defense was formed in 1970. JC Inman and Johnnie Oliver built from nothing a department to serve the citizens of Maury County. For the first few years, the agency assisted citizens with various needs. In 1980, the Civil Defense began firefighting with the purchase of 9 brush trucks.
  • Maury County Sheriff's Department The Maury County Sheriff's Department is committed to promotind an atmosphere of safety within the county limits and to enhance the quality of life of the citizen's of Maury County through teamwork and mutual cooperation

Library

  • Maury County Public Library System Maury County Public Library is a Public library. This library is the central facility for the library system that serves Maury County, TN. The collection of the library contains 90000 volumes. The library circulates 101721 items per year. The library serves a population of 68791 residents .
  • Spring Hill Public Library The Spring Hill Public Library provides library services to the City of Spring Hill, and the areas of Williamson and Maury Counties that surround Spring Hill.

Transportation

  • Maury Regional Airport With the third longest runway in Middle Tennessee and techonologically advanced instrumentation, Maury Regional Airport can serve virtually all the needs of area business and industry.
  • RTA (Regional Transportation Authority, Relax & Ride) The Regional Transportation Authority (RTA) offers Middle Tennesseans transportation solutions. The mission of RTA is to offer the citizens of Middle Tennessee choices and alternatives on how they commute to work each day and to coordinate local regional transportation services.
  • SCTDD (South Central Tennessee Development District Rural Public Transportation) SCTDD has been providing rural public transportation for over 20 years. We have grown to approximately 75 vans and 100 transit employees. We serve a geographical area of 13 counties, which is over 6,400 square miles. We implemented a drug free workplace in 1996. A safe and efficient transportation service to as many passengers as possible is our goal.

Parks

  • Chickasaw Trace Park Chickasaw Trace Park is a 300 acre park located off the Santa Fe Pike. Chickasaw Trace Park contains passive recreational areas, walking/bike trail, mountain bike trails, primitive campsites, a boat ramp, access to the Duck River, the Derryberry Log Cabin, two picnic shelters and restrooms. Each shelter contains electricity, running water and a grill. Chickasaw Trace Park is also home to a remote control Flyers field.
  • Hampshire Park Hampshire Park is a six-acre park located in Hampshire. Hampshire Park is a shared facility with Hampshire Unit School. Hampshire Park Contains passive recreational areas, one picnic shelter, basketball goals and a paved pedestrian track.
  • Jerry Erwin Park Jerry Erwin Park is a 20-acre park located in Spring Hill. Jerry Erwin Park contains passive recreational areas, a pedestrian track restrooms and three mini picnic shelters one of which is handicap assessable.
  • Maury County Park Maury County Park is a 242 acre park located in the heart of Columbia. Maury County Park contains passive recreational areas, a walking trail, the Maury County Softball complex, The Lindsey Nelson Football Stadium, exhibitor buildings, The Skillington Livestock Barn, The Babe Ruth ball field, restrooms, and extensive equestrian area, seven picnic shelters, Kids Kingdom , several smaller playground areas and a scale miniature train area including a passenger station. Each shelter contains electricity, running water and a grill.
  • Williams Spring Park Williams Spring Park is a 25 acre park located in Mt. Pleasant. Williams Springs Park contains passive recreational areas, a playground, restrooms, walking/bike trail and three picnic shelters. Each shelter contains electricity, running water and a grill.

Entertainment

  • Columbia Academy Campus Dr. Barry England became Columbia Academy's eleventh president August 1, 2007. Prior to accepting this position, Dr. England served as Chief Information Officer, Dean of Students, Director of Research and Planning and Vice-President for Planning and Technology during his sixteen years at Freed-Hardeman University.
  • Elm Springs - Sons Of Confederate Veterans The citizen-soldiers who fought for the Confederacy personified the best qualities of America. The preservation of liberty and freedom was the motivating factor in the South's decision to fight the Second American Revolution.
  • James K. Polk Ancestral Home The only remaining residence of James K. Polk except the White House, the ca. 1816 home was built by Polks father Samuel, and is one of the best examples of Federal style architecture remaining in Tennessee.
  • Maury County Arts Guild MCAG is a non-profit arts organization that strives to provide an outlet for all individuals interested in pursuing the various branches of the "arts" umbrella.
  • The Athenaeum The Athenaeum Rectory is all that remains of an extraordinary school for girls which flourished from 1852 to 1904. This school taught the girls everything a well educated young man would have learned at the time, including physics and calculus.
Wilson County, TN

Law Enforcement

Hospitals

  • Hermitage Family & Cosmetic Dentistry We invite you to visit our new facility which not only features the best in dental technology but has also been specifically designed to offer the finest in preventive and restorative dental care.
  • Mt. Juliet Family Care & Walk-In Clinic
  • Summit Medical Center is committed to protecting the healthcare information of its patients pursuant to the Federal Guidelines outlined in the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act
  • University Medical Center is in the highly competitive Nashville market with over 25 hospitals with approximately 6,000 beds in a 30-mile radius.

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Parks

  • Charlie Daniels park offers a variety of outdoor activities for all ages to enjoy. Everyone is encouraged to bring their chldren out to experience Planet Playground, a 9000 square foot fenced in playground.
  • Long Hunter State Park is situated along the shore of J. Percy Priest Lake. It consists of four units: Couchville, Baker's Grove, Bryant Grove and Sellars Farm.
  • Parks and Recreation Department
  • Sgt. Jerry Mundy Memorial Park, he park now features a multi-purpose field that is frequently used for youth sports such as soccer, flag/tackle football, and many other activities.

Entertainment

Sumner County, TN

Law Enforcement

  • Number One Volunteer Fire Department Providing Fire Suppression, Rescue, and Medical First Responder Services For the Number One Community in Sumner County, Tennessee.
  • Register of Deeds
  • Sumner County Clerk
  • Sumner County Election Commission
  • Sumner County Emergency Management Agency By law the Sumner County Emergency Management Agency is directed to be the lead agency for managing any disaster in Sumner County. Through the guidance and leadership of Director Ken Weidner, we manage the Emergency Operations Center (EOC) when activated due to a disaster or emergency. The EOC is the heart of large scale incidents and emergencies that is staffed by key personnel from involved communities. These personnel work together under the National Incident Management System in effort to manage the incident and provide for the safety of citizens by coordinated responses and thorough mitigation.The purpose of the Sumner County Long Term Recovery committee is to coordinate the delivery of long term recovery assistance to the victims of a major disaster. This involves multiple agencies, including governmental entities, not-for-profit agencies, community, civic and service groups, religious, and educational organizations, etc.
  • Sumner County Government
  • Sumner County Sheriff's Office
  • Sumner County Trustee The Sumner County Trustees Office continually strives to find and offer new services to benefit our taxpayers. We hope that you find these services helpful.

Hospitals

Transportation

  • Mid-Cumberland Human Resources Agency (MCHRA) RTS Public Transit Transportation is so basic that many of us overlook its overwhelming importance in our daily lives. Practically everything used in our homes, offices or schools across Tennessee - from furniture to food items to clothing - requires a large and complex transportation network which is why keeping Tennessee moving is the primary goal of the Department of Transportation.
  • Nashville International Airport Only twenty minutes from Sumner County, Nashville International Airport offers over 400 flights per day serving fifty-four markets with non-stop service and eighty-four markets with direct or same-plane service.
  • Portland Municipal Airport
  • Sumner County Pupil Transportation Department school bus schedules and attendance zones for Sumner County Schools
  • The Nashville and Eastern Railroad plays a vital economic role in central Tennessee by providing essential freight service to its industrial and commercial customers, from Nashville to Algood, Tennessee.

Parks

Entertainment

  • Gallatin Civic Center
  • Gallatin Leisure Services Department Commonly referred to as the Parks and Recreation Department, Leisure Services responsibilities include the Civic Center, Gallatin City Cemetery, as well as the Parks and Recreation Division. The Civic Center unit is the core of active Gallatin life, offering fitness areas, meeting rooms, a double gym, indoor pool, and racquetball courts, all with reasonable fees to allow Gallatin residents to enjoy the facilities. Special events hosted at the Civic Center include concerts, gymnastics, swim meets, craft shows, coin shows, company parties, as well as the July 4th fireworks celebration hosted on Civic Center grounds.
  • Historic Rock Castle located on the beautiful shores of  Old Hickory Lake in Hendersonville
  • iSurfSumnerTN.Com Your Virtual Key to the City
  • Palace Theater
  • Sumner County Convention & Visitors Bureau Explore scenic back roads around Gallatin, Hendersonville, Goodlettsville, Portland, White House, Castalian Springs or Westmoreland. Check out our What's New section for the latest in shopping, dining and fun things to do.
  • Sumner county Convention&Visitors Bureau vacation travel guide for history, lodging, fishing, camping, outdoor sports, and attractions around Old Hickory Lake in Middle Tennessee.
  • Tennessee Vacation music&arts, sports&recreation, history&heritage, nature&outdoors, attractions
  • Westmoreland Attractions Welcome to the TN 52 Tourist Trail. Please take a tour of Tennessee Highway 52 as it crosses northern Tennessee. You'll find state and national parks, covered bridges, nine wineries, interesting history, one-of-a-kind shops, yearly festivals, National Register hotels, good food, country and gospel music, and lots of friendly folks along the way!
  • Westmoreland Restaurants List of Westmoreland Restaurants