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Williamson County

Originally carved out of a part of the south end of Davidson County, Williamson County was established in 1799 and named after Hugh Williamson (1735-1819), a North Carolina politician, surgeon general, and member of Congress. Williamson County encompasses 582 square miles.

An Overview of Williamson County
A quick glance and overview of Williamson County Tennessee.

Williamson County Utilities Information
Whether you're moving from just across town or from across the country, these local utility companies will ease the transition for any new resident into their new Williamson County home.

Williamson County Movie Theaters
A listing of all of the local Williamson County Movie Theaters sorted by neighborhood, community, and city.

Brentwood
Brentwood was originally a rural community of planters and farmers until it began to develop into a business center after the Civil War and is now the northern gateway to Williamson County.

Fairview
Quietly nestled in the northwest corridor of Williamson County, Fairview was incorporated in 1959

Franklin
Franklin, with its rich Civil War heritage, is the centerpiece and county seat of Williamson County.

Leiper's Fork
Leipers Fork is a tiny woodsy community located about halfway between Franklin and Fairview, and is the home of Puckett's Grocery and Restaurant.

Spring Hill
Situated in both Williamson and Maury Counties, Spring Hill was a small rural community with as many cows as there were people before Saturn arrived. It is home to several historic homes including the Rippavilla Plantation, a 19th century Greek revival Antebellum home.

Thompson Station
Ten minutes south of Franklin is Thompson's Station, which has become a high-priced bedroom community to Williamson, Maury and Davidson County residents.

Triune
Triune is an unincorporated town located in Williamson County Tennessee and home to the Tennessee Renaissance Festival

Nolensville

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