Welcome to the Williamson County -

Franklin Chamber of Commerce


A day’s drive from 75% of the United States, Williamson County is ranked 18th on the list of America’s wealthiest counties, and is now the second fastest growing county in the state. Franklin, the county seat, was named by Business Week editors as one of the top 50 small U.S. cities in which to start a business.

Whether your plans include a short vacation, or relocation, Williamson County offers everything you want to make it your ideal destination. Community pride and southern hospitality pervade Williamson County, which hosts a variety of festivals and parades, offers historic house museums, a lively local arts and music scene, agri-tourism and other attractions, all adding to the area’s appeal. The ongoing effort to save more of the eight-square-mile Civil War battlefield in Franklin has been named the Best Historical Comeback by Reader’s Digest.

A wide variety of lodging, shopping and dining opportunities will enhance your visit, and if you are a meeting or event planner, you will find several venues well-equipped to accommodate and serve a variety of conventions, meetings and seminars.

We welcome you to come to this area for its beautiful rolling hills, friendly people, fascinating history, and vibrant performing arts. Stay for the healthy economy, fine schools and colleges, temperate weather, entrepreneurial advantages and exceptional quality of life.

Visit, live and work in Williamson County-Franklin, one of the nation’s most appealing and prosperous areas.

Williamson County 2010-11 Edition Published – Official Publication of this Chamber. The Williamson County-Franklin Chamber of Commerce announces the debut of Williamson County, a magazine published by Journal Communications with the support of local advertisers. Part of a complete publishing program, Williamson County also includes a Web site (imageswilliamsoncounty.com) as well as a targeted distribution network and a customer retention and acquisition program. Highlighting Williamson County’s quality of place, vitality and individuality, Williamson County will be distributed by Williamson County-Franklin Chamber of Commerce to prospective new businesses, employees and residents. Visit the online magazine at imageswilliamsoncounty.com and enrich your Web site instantly with engaging regional content. Go to imageswilliamsoncounty.com and click on “Link to us.” Copies of the magazine may be picked up at any time at the Williamson County-Franklin Chamber of Commerce office. Williamson County is published annually. For more information about advertising in the next edition, please contact Journal Communications at (800) 333-8842.

Williamson County Map

The 2009 Williamson County map which includes indexed roads and streets in Franklin, Brentwood,

Fairview, Nolensville, Thompson’s Station, Spring Hill and the county is available at the Chamber office for $4 ($3 for Chamber members).

Maps can be mailed for an additional cost of $1.50 per map. Subdivisions, educational facilities, parks, municipal buildings and other points of interest are identified on the map.