Download the 2016 Williamson County Trends Report

  The newly-published, award-winning Williamson County Trends Report is now out!  Williamson County continues to be the most dynamic and fastest-growing county in Tennessee. From the changing demographics, the business climate, top performing public school systems, transportation, health, housing, charitable giving, diversity and the workforce, see how Williamson County is growing. Click the image to…

Williamson, Davidson boast state’s lowest unemployment rates

March 11, 2016 Nashville Business Journal by Alison Nash According to the Department of Labor and Workforce Development, unemployment rates dropped in 82 Tennessee counties in January 2016. The report, which was released on Thursday, showed Davidson County had the state’s lowest rate for a major metropolitan area and the second-lowest overall, at 3.6 percent.…

Two restaurants announced for big Williamson Co. development

March 9, 2016 Nashville Business Journal by Eric Snyder Two restaurants have been announced for Boyle Investment Co.’s big Berry Farms development in Franklin. The Tennessean reports that Soulshine Pizza Factory will open a 4,200-square-foot space in the development, becoming its second Nashville-area location. Additionally, Ohio-based Whit’s Frozen Custard will open in a 1,240-square-foot space,…

Columbia State to open Williamson campus May 31

February 11, 2016 The Daily Herald By James Bennett Columbia State Community College’s $46 million Williamson County campus will open to students May 31, with a grand opening celebration planned June 22. More than 20 years after visionary CSCC leaders started asking for funds to build a new Williamson County campus, the first three buildings…

At a glimpse: Williamson County growth means more diverse population and quick home sales

February 15, 2016 Brentwood Home Page by Emily West Data gathered from Williamson County shows residents are generous, more likely to purchase a premium car, mostly healthy, educated, will likely sell their homes quickly if placed on the market and, if they are not from the U.S., are statistically mostly likely to be from India.…