Robertson County is located in Middle Tennessee and part of the three “grand divisions” of the state. The county was named after James Robertson, founder of Nashville and a state senator.
Robertson County is part of the Nashville-Davidson–Murfreesboro–Franklin Metropolitan Statistical Area and the county seat is located in Springfield. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, Robertson County has a total area of 477 square miles.
As of 2011, Robertson County’s population is 67,194 people. Since 2000, the county has had a population growth of 23.50%. Compared to the rest of the country, Robertson County’s cost of living is 7.60% lower than the U.S. average.
Cities and towns in Robertson County include: Adams, Cedar Hill, Coopertown, Cross Plains, Greenbrier, Millersville, Orlinda, Port Royal, Ridgetop, Springfield and White House.
Adjacent counties to Robertson County include: Logan County, Kentucky (north), Simpson County, Kentucky (northeast), Sumner County (east), Davidson County (south), Cheatham County (southwest), Montgomery County (west) and Todd County, Kentucky (northwest).
Points of interest in Robertson County include: Springfield’s Historic District, Bell Witch Cave (Adams), Greenbrier, (Springfield), J. Travis Price Park (Springfield), Robertson County Historical Society & Museum (Springfield) and Gorham-MacBane Public Library (Springfield).
Robertson County, TN Climate
Robertson County gets 50 inches of rain per year, 9 inches of snowfall and the number of days with any measurable precipitation is 115. On average, there are 208 sunny days per year in Robertson County. July highs are around 90 degrees and January lows are around 26 degrees.
Robertson County, TN People
As of 2011, there are 137 people per square mile (population density) in Robertson County and the median age is 36.2 compared to the U.S. median of 36.6. 54.80% of people in Robertson County are married and 12.14% are divorced. The average household size is 2.7 people. 42.67% of people in Robertson County are married with children and 62.80% have children and single.
Robertson County, TN Economy
Robertson County’s job base is rooted in the goods-producing sectors of agriculture, construction and manufacturing. There are also local business opportunities in the art, entertainment and recreation sectors.
The unemployment rate in Robertson County is 8.50%, with job growth at 2.34%. Future job growth over the next ten years is predicted to be 36.18%. Robertson County sales tax rate is 9.75%. Income per capita is $22,957, which includes all adults and children. The median household income in Robertson County is $51,256.
Population by Occupation in Robertson County, TN
- Management, Business, and Financial Operations 9.44%
- Professional and Related Occupations 17.59%
- Service 11.78%
- Sales and Office 26.52%
- Farming, Fishing, and Forestry 1.01%
- Construction, Extraction, and Maintenance 15.39%
- Production, Transportation, and Material Moving 28.42%
Robertson County, TN Real Estate and Housing Statistics
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The median home value in Robertson County is $147,300 and home appreciation is -1.72% over the last year. The median age of Robertson County real estate is 23 years. Renters make up 23.23% of the population and 5.67% of houses and apartments in Robertson County are unoccupied (vacancy rate).
Robertson County, TN Schools
All Robertson county schools are approved by the Tennessee Department of Education and spend $4,270 per student. There are 17 pupils per teacher, 665 students per librarian and 542 children per counselor. Robertson County has a total of 11 elementary schools, 3 middle schools and 6 high schools.
Colleges/Universities in or Nearest to Robertson County, TN
- Tennessee State University (Nashville, TN)
- Volunteer State Community College (Gallatin, TN)
- Vanderbilt University (Nashville, TN)
- Nashville State Community College (Nashville, TN)
- Trevecca Nazarene University (Nashville, TN)
- Belmont University (Nashville, TN)
Robertson County Educational Statistics
- 2 yr College Grad. 5.66%
- 4 yr College Grad. 8.51%
- Graduate Degrees 4.30%
- High School Grads. 79.19%
Hospitals/Medical Centers in or Nearest to Robertson County, TN
- Northcrest Medical Center – Springfield
- Centennial Medical Center of Ashland County – Nashville
- Baptist Hospital – Nashville
- Skyline Medical Center – Nashville
- Vanderbilt University Hospital – Nashville
Golf Courses in or Nearest to Robertson County, TN
- The Legacy Golf Course
- Springfield Country Club
- Oak Hills Golf Course
- Pebblebrook Golf Course
- Highland Rim Golf Course
Robertson County, TN Transportation and Commute
The Springfield/Robertson County Airport is located at 4432 Airport Road, approximately one-half mile west of the intersection of Highway 41 North and Airport Road, north of the Springfield city limits. The average one-way commute in Robertson County takes 32 minutes. 81% of commuters drive their own car alone and 13% carpool with others.
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