With a population of a little more than 2,100, a rich history and proximity to a major metropolitan area, Thompson’s Station is a wonderful place to call home. There are not too many communities where you can literally have it all: a pastoral setting in one of America’s most vibrant regions with access to leading educational, entertainment, and outdoor activities, not to mention nationally headquartered companies and entrepreneurial employers.
We stand for preservation of what has come and what has been given to our area while appreciating that the future is now and continued growth will happen. Our citizens appreciate and desire wildlife, hillsides, streams, open spaces and agriculture. We pursue ways to stay healthy and connected. We encourage volunteerism and celebrate when we find ways to get things done without huge expense to taxpayers. We look out for one another. We have FUN.
The Town of Thompson’s Station is committed to working with the community to ensure that the Town effectively serves its citizens, neighborhoods, and businesses to help all succeed while nurturing our strong sense of place.
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Middle Tennessee Electric Membership Corporation
H.B. & T.S. Utility District
Williamson County Rescue Squad
Williamson County Library
Williamson County Government
State of Tennessee
Health Information Tennessee
Mid-Cumberland Community Action Agency
United States Government
Life After Fifty - Thompson's Station
Thompson's Station Community Association (TSCA)
Town Park Pavilions
The pavilions at the Town Park are available for rental by filling out an deposit form and submitting it to Town Hall.
The park pavilions can be rented with a deposit of $150 with up to $100 of the deposit refundable if the pavilion is left clean and all trash removed from the pavilion area. Click here for a park pavilion deposit form.
Town Community Center
The Community Center has limited availability. Contact our Town Administrator, Greg Langeliers, at 794-4333 for more information.
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