Williamson County and its municipalities have been at or near the top of lists of Tennessee's fastest-growing areas.
Since the mid-1980s, when General Motors announced it would build an auto manufacturing plant in Spring Hill, Williamson County and its municipalities have been at or near the top of lists of Tennessee’s fastest-growing areas.
Once sleepy communities then have evolved into full-grown municipalities and already full-grown municipalities have evolved from bedroom communities of Nashville into live-work-and-play destinations.
The key word since the mid-1980s has been growth. In 2014, the key word was G-r-o-w-t-h and from all appearances, 2015’s key word will be G-R-O-W-T-H.