Robertson County is a wonderful hybrid of rural and suburban areas. Our county seat, Springfield, is moments away from some of the most beautiful and productive farm lands and it’s only a half hour from our state capital, Nashville. Whether you are coming to the “Turning of the Pig” event in Greenbrier or to “Trash and Treasures” in Cross Plains or maybe in search of the Bell Witch in Adams or to a score of other exciting venues; you will always find a warm, inviting and genuine welcome from our 70,000 citizens that call Robertson County home. Please explore our website to find a variety of information concerning Robertson County from marriage license to trustee information and about day to day functions of our County.
Stay with us, here in Robertson County, for a day,
Howard R Bradley
**** Celebrating National Police Week May 13-17
**** Presbyterian Academy toured the courthouse Tuesday, May 7. This is the second year First Presbyterian Church has held the academy, which provides tutoring to students from Cheatham Park Elementary.
**** We take great pleasure in officially welcoming Tennessee Tech to Robertson County and the city of Springfield.
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