Williamson County Overview
– More Than a Pretty Place to Live –
Welcome to Williamson County—Within the six incorporated cities, (Franklin, Brentwood, Fairview, Thompsons Station, Spring Hill, and Leipers Fork) and other communities in Williamson County, you will find small-town charm, a healthy economic environment, and a great education system.
Relocate America named Franklin to its top 100 places to live and Where to Retire magazine named Franklin, Westhaven Community one of the top 50 planned communities. Money magazine noted Franklin for its ability to hold its historic past while embracing all the future has to offer.
So if you are looking for a great place to live in a growing and thriving community than Williamson County could be just the place for you—and Towne Creek Realty, located in Downtown Franklin would welcome the opportunity to help you relocate, answer any questions, and earn your business. However, if we can help in any way do not hesitate to call. We would love to meet you.
The Schools of Williamson County
The county scores big in education with the highest graduation rate in the state. Williamson County has four schools listed among the top high schools in the nation; Brentwood, Ravenwood, Franklin, and Page, according to Newsweek magazine.
Williamson County students continue to outperform their peers on the ACT test. The district’s graduating class of 2013 posted an ACT composite score of 23.4, up 0.3 points from 2012 and a step closer to achieving the School Board goal of 24. Williamson County Schools also outscored the state average of 19.5 (19.0 for public schools) and the national average of 20.9.
These achievements don’t just happen with the start of high school. Williamson County shows its commitment to children in academic accountability by providing the best-trained educators that can be found. These teachers and administrators carefully examine the learning needs of each student, collaborate, and develop specific learning goals that are monitored and adjusted as needed. Interested in Education? Williamson County cares.
The Culture of Williamson County
Community pride and southern hospitality pervade in Williamson County. The historic downtowns of our cities, towns, and Throughout Williamson County you will find lively local art and music scene, theaters, festivals, and parades. Over the years Williamson County has been intentional about crafting a unique and fascinating experience for their visitors and residents.
They have proudly combined their carefully preserved history with the latest in modern delights and set themselves apart with remarkable hospitality – a winning combination!
Economic Environment in Williamson County
The county’s proven ability to attract and grow businesses has led to its recognition as one of the Top 10 Most Business-Friendly Cities in Tennessee. The business climate here makes the area attractive to big and small businesses, including Nissan North America and 13 of the largest 25 publicly traded companies in the Nashville region. Williamson County is the fastest growing county in Tennessee.
In naming Williamson County one of the “Top 10 Pro-Business Communities in the South without a Beach,” Southern Business and Development magazine states that Williamson County was set “to be a corporate engine for the Nashville region for years to come.” Williamson County is a great place for business and a great place to live.
- 2014 county population:……………… 205,226
- Growth rate since 2010:……………………..12%
- Median housing value:………………..$336,400
- Median household income (2014):… $91,743
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