Wilson County Info Page

Wilson County TN is a county  located in the U.S. state of Tennessee. As of 2000, the population was 88,809. Its county seat is Lebanon and largest city is Mt. Juliet TN. Wilson County is part of the Nashville-DavidsonMufreesboroFranklin Metropolitan Statistical Area.

Lebanon TN has a combination of history and progress. It is the county seat located in the heart of Wilson County. Since the city's beginning in 1801 we have grown from an agricultural/livestock community into a blend of residential and commercial. With a population of approximately 25,000, Lebanon has maintained its small town charm. Located just minutes from Nashville on I-40, its convenient location has contributed to a strong industrial base and a thriving economy. Lebanon is known as the home to the headquarters of Cracker Barrel Ole Country Stores, and Cumberland University. It is also home to large distribution centers for Genesco and Bridgestone.

Lebanon TN Info- Has excellent shopping and dining can be found here as well. On and near the Town Square are some of the best antique shops in Tennessee. Not far from the square is Prime Outlets Mall, projections of over 2 million visitors per year. The City has many family and national chain restaurants, including O'Charleys, Applebee's, Chili's and its own Sunset, and Chop House.

If recreation is what you are seeking, plan to spend time in Don Fox Community Park. The 40 + acre public park includes a 20,000 sq.ft. stockade playground, 60 ft. diameter wading pool, sand volleyball courts, picnic pavilions, and Cedar City Trail. This 3.5 mile long greenway bike/walk trail follows along a beautiful creek. The city has completed a 56,000 sq. ft. family recreation and aquatics facility. Open to the public, the Jimmy Floyd Family Center has a gym, fitness and aerobic areas, racquetball, huge indoor/outdoor swimming pools and much more. Just a few miles south of the city is Cedars of Lebanon State Park, where 600,000 visitors come each year to enjoy swimming, horseback riding and camping. For other recreation, visit the area golf courses, lakes, bowling alleys and the City's tennis courts.

Left image below is Mitchell House or also known as the headquarters of Cracker Barrel and image to the right below is Lebanon City Hall.Castle Heights Military Academy was a military academy in Lebanon, Tennessee. The Academy was founded as Castle Heights School in 1902. In 1918, it became a military preparatory school. The school ceased operations in 1986 in the face of declining enrolment. Its buildings have been restored and now serve as the Lebanon City Hall, Lebanon Museum and History Center.



                       Click Links Below To View Lebanon TN Communites 

Five Oaks From $369,000 The Forest Of Lebanon From 269,000    
Stone Brook Falls From $439,900 Richmond Hills From $239,900
Iroquois From $329,900 Stonebridge Community From $199,900
Spence Creek From $163,900 Heritage Highlands From $206,900
Coles Ferry Village From $124,900 Chapparral From $149,900
Clay Estates From $250,000 Colonial Village From $158,000
Hillview Farms From $204,900 Summercrest From $175,900


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Mt. Juliet TN is located approximately 17 miles east of Nashville on Interstate 40 and is only about 15 minutes from the Nashville International Airport. Known as the "City Between the Lakes," we are situated between Old Hickory Lake on the Cumberland River and J. Percy Priest Lake on the Stones River.  

Mt. Juliet TN is also a very fast-growing community of more than 19,000 in western Wilson County, just a few minutes drive from Nashville. Its family-friendly environment and high-quality schools have sparked a surge in residential,condos and farm development, but Mt. Juliet still preserves its hometown feel. Charlie Daniels Park is a hub for activities for all ages and includes an outdoor amphitheater, skate park and 9,000-square-foot fenced planet playground. 

Providence Market Place in Mount Juliet TN is a 103-acre retail gateway to Providence, a 1,000-acre mixed-use, master-planned community in the eastern suburbs of Nashville, Tenn.Providence master-planned community, includes  the 344-acre Lake Providence resort retirement community and the 850,000-square-foot Providence Marketplace retail center.Located 10 miles east of Nashville International Airport in the town of Mount Juliet, at Mount Juliet Road and Belinda Parkway, Providence MarketPlace is easily accessible from I-40.

Mt. Juliet was formed in 1835 and became incorporated as a city in 1972. According to the Mt. Juliet Chamber of Commerce, the name of the town has two possible explanations. One theory is that the town was named for Julia Gleaves, a person who was renowned for taking care of those in need within the community. The most widely accepted story is that Mt. Juliet is named for a castle in County Kilkenny, Ireland.Left image below is the The Providence Marketplace entrance.Right image below is The Providence  community pool.


 Click Links Below To View Mount Juliet TN Communites

Providence Market Place From $129,900 Hickory Hills From $149,900
Willoughby Station From $168,900 Wright Farms From $314,900
Paddock Place From $259,900 Sunset Harbour From $349,900
The Park At Mt Vernon From $216,900 Brookstone From $244,900
Normandy Heights From $205,900 Savannah Pointe From 1.6 Million
Chandler Pointe From $164,900 Breckenridge From $389,900
Windtree Trace From $142,900 Cobblestone Landing Frm $234,900



More of Mt. Juliet TN Upcoming Commercial Developments

Providence MarketPlace: An 850,000 square foot retail center located in Mt. Juliet at Interstate 40 and Hwy. 171.

Mt. Juliet Crossing: A 37+ acre development of office and retail located in Mt. Juliet at Interstate 40 and Hwy. 171.

Adams Lane Plaza: A 35,000 square foot retail center located in Mt. Juliet at Interstate 40 and Hwy.171.

Paddock Place: In the early phase of development of one million square feet of retail and office. Located in Mt. Juliet on N. Mt. Juliet Road just off Interstate 40.

Beckwith Road Interchange: Completed September 2007. Hundreds of acres for mixed use development available. 

              Wilson County TN School Info and Helpful Links

  • Wilson County, Tennessee has a public school system named Wilson County Schools.
  • Mt. Juliet has seven elementary schools, two middle schools, and one high school in the Wilson County School System.
  • Gladeville has one elementary school in the system and in a few years will have a middle school with the name of Gladeville/Rutland Middle.
  • Watertown, in the fall of 2007, changed its grade levels for each of the two schools in their city. Watertown Elementary changed from grades PK-6 to PK-8 and Watertown High School changed from grades 7-12 to 9-12. In a few years a new high school will be built and the old high school will become a middle school. Visit http://www.wcschools.com/ for more info.

                Wilson County TN Utility Info and Phone Numbers
Lebanon TN Utility Info:                                                       
Electricity-Middle Tennesee Electric 615-444-1323           
Telephone-Bellsouth 888-757-6500                                     
Cable-Charter Cablevision 615-444-2288                           
Gas-City Of Lebanon Gas 615-444-6300
Water-City Of Lebanon Gas 615-444-6300
Sewer-City Of Lebanon Gas 615-444-6300
Trash-City Of Lebanon  615-444-2825


Mount Juliet TN Utility Info:
Electricity-Middlle Tennessee Electric 615-754-1213
Telephone-TDS Telecom 615-754-2000
Cable-Intermedia 615-244-5900
Gas-Nashville Gas Company 615-734-0734
Water-West Wilson Utility 615-758-5682
Sewer-Mount Juliet Sewer 615-754-2554
Trash-PDQ Disposal 615-254-6666
Curbside Recycling-Green Monster 615-319-2901


Watertown TN Utility Info:
Electricity-Middle Tennessee Electric 615-444-1323
Telephone-Bellsouth 888-757-6500
Cable-Charter Cablevision 615-444-2288
Gas-Middle Tennessee Natural Gas 800-880-6373
Water Watertown Water and Sewer 615-237-3326


Norene TN & Statesville TN Utility Info:
Electricity- Middle Tennessee Electric 615-444-1323
Telephone-DeKalb Telephone Comm. 800-367-4274
Cable-Charter Cablevision 615-444-2288
Gas-Middle Tennessee Natural Gas 800-880-6373
Water-Wilson County Water 615-449-2951







Providence Market Place From $129,900 Hickory Hills From $149,900
Willoughby Station From $168,900 Wright Farms From $314,900
Paddock Place From $259,900 Sunset Harbour From $349,900
The Park At Mt Vernon From $216,900 Brookstone From $244,900
Normandy Heights From $205,900 Savannah Pointe From 1.6 Million
Chandler Pointe From $164,900 Breckenridge From $389,900
Windtree Trace From $142,900 Cobblestone Landing Frm $234,900


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