After our October Community Developement meeting it was decided the Town would cancel the Barrel Festival and all its activities for 2020. There are many reasons we had to make this decision. One contributing factor being the construction taking place at the Coopertown Elementary School.
We will revisit plans for a future Barrel Festival when construction is complete and we can get community involvement to organize and bring this event back to our community.
Thank you to those who helped make this popular event a success for the past 7 years. And thank you to the citizens who came out to enjoy the day with us.
Coopertown received an extension on the Home Grant.
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The Town of Coopertown prides itself on community involvement. Our committees consist of citizen volunteers who are willing to give of their time and expertise to move Coopertown forward. We are seeking volunteers for the following:
- Community Development/Historic Committee
Please call or email if you have questions or want to sign up as a volunteer: email@example.com (615) 382-4470, ext. 214.
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 now has a 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.
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please call Vicky Bumgardner at 615-382-4470, ext. 215.