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Located just south of Nashville, Williamson County is the fastest growing job market in the U.S., as well as Tennessee’s fastest growing county in population and job growth. Over half of the Nashville region’s largest publicly traded companies call Williamson County home and for 4 years in a row 30% of the fastest growing companies in Tennessee have been based in Williamson County. With more than 11 million square feet of class A and B office space, Williamson County has a proven track record of attracting regional, national, and international corporate headquarters, including Nissan Americas, Mars Petcare, Tractor Supply Company, Mitsubishi North America and Community Health Systems. Williamson County is one of only two counties in Tennessee with a Aaa bond rating.  With more than 58% of the population having obtained a bachelor’s degree or higher, Williamson County is the ideal location for your client’s corporate campus.


We have over 3 million square feet of class A office space ready to go, with options across the county to accommodate your needs.

Williamson County makes business better with low taxes.

County and City Taxes

As one of two Aaa rated counties in Tennessee and a property tax rate of $2.22 per $100 of assessed value (the third lowest in the Nashville region and roughly half of the rate in Nashville/Davidson County), Williamson County is committed to maintaining low taxes. This is an incentive every company gets to enjoy in Williamson County and leads to long-term costs savings for companies and their employees who choose to reside here.

To learn more, please visit the Williamson County Trustee online.

State Taxes

Visit the Tennessee Department of Revenue to learn about taxes, E-File and online services, business taxes, vehicle taxes, and more.

Property Tax Rates

Tax rates for Williamson County and each city or town within Williamson County are set each year by their respective legislative bodies (County Commission and governing bodies) based on the budgets they pass to fund programs and services.

To learn more about Williamson County property tax rates, head to the County Government’s website here.


Williamson County boasts proven telecom, electric and water capabilities to satisfy diverse operations and industries.