Ashland City, a town of around 4,500 is proud to be a small town. Celebrating “150 – years of community” in 2006 the City Council prepared for the future by adopting the following Vision Statement. “Ashland City is a town that works to achieve and maintain a balance between growth, environment and preservation of our small town atmosphere. The primary concern is for the lifelong needs of all our citizens. We will utilize our towns unique characteristics to create a distinctive community.”
Boasting 8.5 miles of riverfront along the Cumberland River, a four lane connecting highway to Nashville and industrial rail service, Ashland City is attracting a lot of attention from commercial and residential developers. Quality of development and local support for that development are the keys to the city. We are “home” to our citizens.
About Pleasant View, TN
The Town of Pleasant View incorporated in 1996 out of a rural agricultural setting that for generations served as the midway point between Nashville, Clarksville, and Springfield. Located at the crossroads of Highways 41A and Highway 49 and Exit 24 on Interstate 24, residents are only minutes from entertainment, sports, supplies or services.
Pleasant View continues to bring additional businesses and services each year that keeps residents close to home since most people never want to leave.
The Town offers top quality education for their children in the Cheatham County School system in a safe, caring environment. The Pleasant View Elementary School has consistently been rated as one of the top schools in the State of Tennessee while Sycamore High School has one of the lowest dropout rates. It’s a great education and investment that spells success for a lifetime for our children.
The Town continues to respond to the growth with additional policemen and to ensure the safe, country quality lifestyle continues as we grow with additional residents and businesses that love to call Pleasant View home.
The Pleasant View Volunteer Fire Department is one of the best in the country that through work and planning has one of the best response times and recently lowered the City’s ISO rating to a 5 for residents to save on insurance premiums. Pleasant View was the first in the state to mandate fire sprinklers in all newly constructed homes and businesses. It’s a vision that steps up the safety level for generations to come.
Pleasant View…. A Pleasant Place to Live, Work, Play and Grow!
Kingston Springs is a charming rural river town of 2,751 residents, as per the 2010 Census. Several thousand additional residents live in the immediate unincorporated areas around the town. Kingston Springs is located within Cheatham County, which has a population of 39,117, in the region of middle Tennessee. The town is well-situated among other larger cities in the region; Nashville (twenty miles), Dickson (seventeen miles), and Brentwood (twenty one miles) are all within a thirty minute drive from Kingston Springs. Kingston Springs is easily accessible via Interstate 40 and State Route 70, both which run through the jurisdictional limits of the town.
Pegram is a small town in Cheatham County, Tennessee with a population of 2,093 as of the 2010 census.