Located in northwest Williamson County, Fairview is located 20 miles southwest of downtown Nashville. With a population of 7,993 people, the town sits within the Nashville Metropolitan Statistical Area containing 1.7 million people, the 36th most populated in the nation and largest MSA in Tennessee.
The city is served by Interstate 40, State Routes 100 and 96, and TN 840, which provides a southern loop around Nashville to connect eastbound and westbound I-40 traffic. The road network serving the community provides direct and rapid access for personal and business travel to Metro Nashville/Davidson County and nearby cities in Williamson County including Brentwood, Franklin, and Spring Hill. Interstate 65 is also located a short distance away that serves as a major roadway for north – south travel.
Military veterans have easy access to the sprawling Fort Campbell, home of the U.S. Army’s 101st Airborne Division. Fort Campbell is located within an hour’s drive of the city.
The city is served by Fairview Elementary School and Westwood Elementary School containing over 1,000 students in grades K-5; while Fairview Middle School has an enrollment of 800 plus and is home to 6th, 7th, and 8th graders. Fairview High School serves over 1,000 students and was listed as one of the top 1,000 high schools in the United States according to Newsweek magazine.
Fairview is home to Bowie Nature Park which is one of the largest city managed parks in Tennessee. The 722-acre park includes a nature center containing nature exhibits and art; as well as 17 miles of trails that wind through wetlands, grasslands, and forests. Bicycling, horseback riding, fishing, running, walking and playing aboard the Treehouse Playground can be enjoyed each and every day of the year.
The future of Fairview is bright and the community is poised for economic expansion, population growth, and community development.
Learn more by visiting the Fairview website.