Williamson Medical Center, a 185-bed full service community hospital, offers a highly qualified medical staff along with convenient, cost-effective, inpatient, outpatient and emergency services. In addition to Williamson Medical Center, there are numerous clinics and health care facilities that provide professional medical services. Included in these is the Williamson County Public Health Department which, in April 2001, was recognized as Health Department of the year in Tennessee.
HOUSING / REAL ESTATE
Williamson County and its incorporated cities of Franklin, Brentwood, Fairview, Nolensville and Thompson's Station offer a wide range of residential properties, including single-family dwellings, apartments and condominiums. From downtown to subdivision to rural area, the choices run from small to spacious.
Median residential price for a single-family home in Williamson County: $449,670.
Average rent for a 950-square-foot, two-bedroom apartment in Williamson County: $768.
- The Fairview Observer
- Nashville Lifestyles
- The Tennessean -Williamson County publications
- Town Planner
- Channel 4 News WSMV-Nashville
- Fox 17 WZTV-Nashville
- News2 WKRN-Nashville
- NewsChannel 5 WTVF-TV
- NPT Channel 8
- WAKM AM-950
- WRLT-FM/Lightning 100 Tuned In Broadcasting
PARKS & RECREATION
In addition to natural attractions such as the Harpeth River and the Natchez Trace National Scenic Trail, Williamson County offers many private and public recreational facilities and youth programs.
WILLIAMSON COUNTY / FRANKLIN, TN
Because of its scenic rolling hills, prospering economy, interstate access, enviable school systems and close proximity to Nashville, the county's population has more than tripled since 1980. Although the people are forward-thinking, they appreciate and value the past. Established in 1799, Franklin serves as the county seat of Williamson County, and its15-block original downtown area has been named to the National Register of Historic Places. The county as a whole is rich in history and many of its historic sites are associated with the Civil War's brief but fierce Battle of Franklin on November 30, 1864.
Just 25 minutes from the Nashville International Airport and 20 minutes from Downtown Nashville, Williamson County is bisected from north to south by Interstate 65. Highway 96 East (Murfreesboro Road), Highway 431 (Hillsboro Road), and Highway 31 (Franklin Road) serve as gateways leading directly into the heart of Franklin, the county seat.
Eight miles west of downtown Franklin, the scenic Natchez Trace National Parkway which runs from Nashville to Natchez, MS offers another route through the area.
- Statistics - City
- Statistics - County