The Town of Coopertown is an equal opportunity provider without regard to race, religion, national origin, political affiliation, sex, age or disability.
Coopertown is located 25 miles north of Nashville and 20 miles south of Clarksville on Interstate 24 in Robertson County, Tennessee. At nearly 25 square miles, Coopertown is a beautiful farm community that prides itself on family and community. The people of Coopertown understand the value of planned growth and the need for proper zoning to maintain its beautiful country charm. The Town of Coopertown has no property tax. Services are provided by funds raised from local and state sales tax. Services include police protection, road maintenance, as well as building and codes enforcement. Fire service is provided by the Pleasant View Volunteer Fire Department.
POT HOLE UPDATE
As the asphalt plants are not operating at this time we are unable to patch the holes that all the freezing and thawing has created. During the second week of March plugging pot holes will start pursuant to the plants starting operation.
Join us for Coopertown's 2nd Annual Barrel Festival
in the Historic District on Old Coopertown Road
Saturday, June 7, 2014
2014 Barrel Festival
Sign-up for the
Barrel Fest 5 Miler
to take place at 7:30 a.m. festival morning.
Go to, "Barrel Fest 5 Miler 2014"
located at Left for details about our
5 mile, USATF certified loop course,
awesome gender specific tech shirt, goodie bag, 3 Deep Age Group Awards and $100 to the Overall First Place Female & Male Finishers!
Register On-Line at www.runsignup.com
or Use a Paper Registration Form
ROBERTSON COUNTY TIMES
SERVING ROBERTSON COUNTY SINCE 1922
Beth Null Dorris, Agent
Are you in a special flood hazard area?
You may be and don't even realize it.
Learn about new FEMA legislation called the Biggert-Waters Act of 2012 and how it may affect you and what you pay for flood insurance.
Visit Coopertown City Hall or Select the link below to learn more...
The Frierson Chapel Church Directory is missing
If you have information regarding its location
please contact City Hall at 615-382-4470
You may still purchase
2013 Coopertown Barrel Festival t-shirts
at Coopertown City Hall
(I-24 at Exit 24) (Hwy 431/Tom Austin Hwy)
Master Gardener Ann Rausch
and Community Development Committee Chairwoman
planted items donated by
Browns Fork Nursery
at I-24 and Tom Austin Hwy
Welcome to Coopertown signs
Watch for much more to come!