The Chamber of Commerce was organized to promote the economic, civic, social, cultural and general interests of the city of Springfield, and the county of Robertson and the general trade area.
The site selected for the county seat was geographically centered in the middle of the county, and, in accordance with the legislative act, the town was named Springfield. The town was laid out in 1798, and the first log courthouse was completed on July 15, 1799. Population is now estimated at 15,530.
White House is a suburban community just North of Nashville/Davidson County Tennessee. While it has easy access to all of the amenities of the big city, White House maintains a small town feel that has become very appealing to new residents. The community grew substantially in the 1990’s from a small village to a current population of 8,530 residents.
The City of Millersville is located in Sumner and Robertson counties, just off Interstate 65, 15 miles north of Nashville. City officials are striving for a community that is clean, beautiful and safe, while fashioning a city that is conducive to sound commercial growth while providing shopping convenience and services for its residents. Population is estimated to be 6,085.
Coopertown was incorporated in 1996. It’s close proximity to Interstate 24 on the western edge of Robertson County makes it an attractive bedroom community to both Nashville and Clarksville. Coopertown was named after the “coopers” who made the barrels for Nelson’s Distillery in Greenbrier. The growing population is currently estimated at 3,510.
Located at the edge of the Highland Rim, Ridgetop is more than 800 feet above sea level. The advent of the L&N Railroad tunnel in 1905 attracted many wealthy Nashville residents to Ridgetop (formerly known as Nunley) during the summer’s heat. Ridgetop continues to hold the charm of a relaxed lifestyle. Population is estimated at 1,810.
Adams was first incorporated in 1870. With it’s rich heritage, Adams is known throughout the region and around the world as the home of the legendary Bell Witch. Legend has it that a spirit tormented the John Bell family during the early 1800’s, and even US Pres. Andrew Jackson is said to have encountered the spirit. Adams’ residents are estimated at 582.
Greenbrier is located 23 miles north of Nashville in Robertson County. We were incorporated in 1937 and are governed by a Board of Mayor and Aldermen. Since Greenbrier is located so close to major shopping and entertainment venues, we are able to offer a small, friendly community without losing the amenities of a big city.
Springfield Airport Authority, Springfield
The City of Springfield and Robertson County jointly own the Springfield-Robertson County Airport. The Springfield-Robertson County Joint Airport Board has jurisdiction over the airport. This board consists of five members who serve staggered five-year terms and who are appointed by the Springfield Board of Mayor and Aldermen and the Robertson County Commission. In addition, the Robertson County Executive, Springfield City Manager, and the Executive Director of the Springfield-Robertson County Chamber of Commerce serve as non-voting ex-officio board members by virtue of their positions.
Stokes Brown Public Library, 405 White Street, Springfield, TN
A free library for Springfield and Robertson County was established in 1923 by the Springfield Short Story Club. It was housed in the Glenn Memorial from 1946 until 1969 when Gorham MacBane Library opened its doors. The library is a city-county funded operation. It’s board makes policies and hires the director. Robertson County and the City of Springfield entered into negotiations to build the current library, Stokes Brown Public Library.
Robertson County Historical Society & Museum, Springfield
Located in the “Old Post Office” Building in the Historic Downtown District of Springfield.
The chief purpose of the Museum is to collect and preserve items of historical importance to Robertson County, Tennessee. Other objectives are: to provide educational and entertaining exhibits, programs and activities for its citizens of all ages; to provide a learning center on Robertson County History for students in area schools; to provide a source for research in cooperation with Gorham-MacBane Public Library, Robertson County Archives, Robertson County Court House and Springfield City Hall; to provide an outlet for publications of the Robertson County Historical Society.
NorthCrest Medical Center, Springfield
Our mission is to enhance community and patient wellness by providing a comprehensive system of personal, high quality, and cost effective health care through the teamwork of skilled and compassionate employees and physicians.
Robertson County Health Dept., Springfield
Residents of Robertson County are eligible for various services provided by the Robertson County Health Dept. Fees are based on a sliding scale according to income. No service is ever refused because of the lack of payment.
Robertson County Family YMCA, Springfield
The Robertson County Family YMCA offers a wide variety of programs and services to more than 6,500 members who understand the YMCA purpose of helping people grow in spirit, mind, and body.
The Board of Education Central Office is located at 800 M.S. Couts Blvd., Springfield, TN Phone: (615)384-5588.
Local paper for Robertson County and White House. Published every Tuesday.
Robertson County’s weekly newspaper published every Wednesday.
Farm Service Agency, Springfield
The FSA was created by the U.S. government to lend stability to U.S. agriculture.
Highland Rim Experiment Station, Springfield/Greenbrier
The Highland Rim Research and Education Center conducts cow-calf research emphasizing forage utilization and breeding efficiency; fire and air-cured dark and burley tobacco breeding, management, and curing.
UT Extension Agency, Springfield
The University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture brings educational programs and research based information to the residents of Robertson County through Agriculture and Natural Resources, Family and Consumer Science, and 4-H programs.
Natural Resources Conservation Service, Springfield
Protecting and enhancing the nation’s soil, water, air, plant, and animal resources is the role of the NRCS of the USDA.
Health Information Tennessee is advancing access to better health information and is poised to become the “go to place” for health information in Tennessee. Tennessee health data have never been as accessible as they are now through HIT – a dynamic, user-friendly information service featuring online access to reliable health data and information that’s fast and easy to use.
Robertson County Arts Council
The Mission of the Robertson County Arts Council is to sponsor, encourage, develop, promote, nurture, and create opportunities for community participation and appreciation of the visual and preforming arts in Robertson County, Tennessee.
The Council hopes to support arts related events in Robertson County with both financial and volunteer participation.
Smokey Barn’s Robertson County Daily
A news outlet with live broadcasts, video coverage and print media
for Robertson County. They also have a live weekly music variety show
featuring local and national talent.
2838 Heights Circle DriveGreenbrier, Tennessee 37073672-9650; Grades: Prek-12Established: 2006 http://www.dayspringacademyk12.org/
Dayspring Academy is working to address the nationwide call for education in the S.T.E.M. disciplines – science, technology, engineering and math. Dayspring serves citizens in the rural hills of Middle Tennessee through a nationally acclaimed engineering program; guitar, mandolin, and piano lessons; theatre; and instructors trained in inquiry- and project-based strategies. Critical thinking is developed using these vehicles in kindergarten through 12th grades, and preschool. Christian character and moral leadership are nurtured and Dayspring’s undergirding.
South Haven Christian School
112 Academy Dr.
Springfield, TN 37172
South Haven school is a college prepatory school that encourages levels of higher education. SHCS is accredited by the Tennesse Association of Christian Schools (TACS) and by the Tennessee Department of Education. For more information about South Haven Christian School and daycare you can follow this link: http://www.shcspatriots.org/