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Giles County, TN
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Lawrence County, TN
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Lincoln County, TN
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Maury County, TN



Law Enforcement

  • Circuit Court The Circuit Court Clerk's office is responsible for maintaining all records in Circuit Court, General Sessions Parts I & II and the Juvenile Court of Maury County. The Clerk's office is also responsible for issuance of Passports.
  • Emergency Management Mission Statement: We attempt to be more concerned for the safety and welfare of the citizens of our community than they may be themselves.
  • Maury County Rural Fire The Maury County Civil Defense was formed in 1970. JC Inman and Johnnie Oliver built from nothing a department to serve the citizens of Maury County. For the first few years, the agency assisted citizens with various needs. In 1980, the Civil Defense began firefighting with the purchase of 9 brush trucks.
  • Maury County Sheriff's Department The Maury County Sheriff's Department is committed to promotind an atmosphere of safety within the county limits and to enhance the quality of life of the citizen's of Maury County through teamwork and mutual cooperation


  • Maury County Public Library System Maury County Public Library is a Public library. This library is the central facility for the library system that serves Maury County, TN. The collection of the library contains 90000 volumes. The library circulates 101721 items per year. The library serves a population of 68791 residents .
  • Spring Hill Public Library The Spring Hill Public Library provides library services to the City of Spring Hill, and the areas of Williamson and Maury Counties that surround Spring Hill.


  • Maury Regional Airport With the third longest runway in Middle Tennessee and techonologically advanced instrumentation, Maury Regional Airport can serve virtually all the needs of area business and industry.
  • RTA (Regional Transportation Authority, Relax & Ride) The Regional Transportation Authority (RTA) offers Middle Tennesseans transportation solutions. The mission of RTA is to offer the citizens of Middle Tennessee choices and alternatives on how they commute to work each day and to coordinate local regional transportation services.
  • SCTDD (South Central Tennessee Development District Rural Public Transportation) SCTDD has been providing rural public transportation for over 20 years. We have grown to approximately 75 vans and 100 transit employees. We serve a geographical area of 13 counties, which is over 6,400 square miles. We implemented a drug free workplace in 1996. A safe and efficient transportation service to as many passengers as possible is our goal.


  • Chickasaw Trace Park Chickasaw Trace Park is a 300 acre park located off the Santa Fe Pike. Chickasaw Trace Park contains passive recreational areas, walking/bike trail, mountain bike trails, primitive campsites, a boat ramp, access to the Duck River, the Derryberry Log Cabin, two picnic shelters and restrooms. Each shelter contains electricity, running water and a grill. Chickasaw Trace Park is also home to a remote control Flyers field.
  • Hampshire Park Hampshire Park is a six-acre park located in Hampshire. Hampshire Park is a shared facility with Hampshire Unit School. Hampshire Park Contains passive recreational areas, one picnic shelter, basketball goals and a paved pedestrian track.
  • Jerry Erwin Park Jerry Erwin Park is a 20-acre park located in Spring Hill. Jerry Erwin Park contains passive recreational areas, a pedestrian track restrooms and three mini picnic shelters one of which is handicap assessable.
  • Maury County Park Maury County Park is a 242 acre park located in the heart of Columbia. Maury County Park contains passive recreational areas, a walking trail, the Maury County Softball complex, The Lindsey Nelson Football Stadium, exhibitor buildings, The Skillington Livestock Barn, The Babe Ruth ball field, restrooms, and extensive equestrian area, seven picnic shelters, Kids Kingdom , several smaller playground areas and a scale miniature train area including a passenger station. Each shelter contains electricity, running water and a grill.
  • Williams Spring Park Williams Spring Park is a 25 acre park located in Mt. Pleasant. Williams Springs Park contains passive recreational areas, a playground, restrooms, walking/bike trail and three picnic shelters. Each shelter contains electricity, running water and a grill.


  • Columbia Academy Campus Dr. Barry England became Columbia Academy's eleventh president August 1, 2007. Prior to accepting this position, Dr. England served as Chief Information Officer, Dean of Students, Director of Research and Planning and Vice-President for Planning and Technology during his sixteen years at Freed-Hardeman University.
  • Elm Springs - Sons Of Confederate Veterans The citizen-soldiers who fought for the Confederacy personified the best qualities of America. The preservation of liberty and freedom was the motivating factor in the South's decision to fight the Second American Revolution.
  • James K. Polk Ancestral Home The only remaining residence of James K. Polk except the White House, the ca. 1816 home was built by Polks father Samuel, and is one of the best examples of Federal style architecture remaining in Tennessee.
  • Maury County Arts Guild MCAG is a non-profit arts organization that strives to provide an outlet for all individuals interested in pursuing the various branches of the "arts" umbrella.
  • The Athenaeum The Athenaeum Rectory is all that remains of an extraordinary school for girls which flourished from 1852 to 1904. This school taught the girls everything a well educated young man would have learned at the time, including physics and calculus.
Marshall County, TN
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