Area Information


Welcome to Rutherford County

Rutherford County, Tennessee, with 612 square miles of land area, is the geographic center of the State. The area offers a superior quality of life that combines the conveniences of an urban area and the pastoral nature of the countryside. People are drawn here for the affordable housing, excellent schools, job opportunities, and central location.

The economic outlook for the Nashville-Davidson-Murfreesboro MSA is excellent. This area has consistently outperformed the national economic indicators Smyrna Airport and Business Park is proud to be a primary gateway to Rutherford County, Tennessee.

Rutherford County

Rutherford County

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Evidenced by continuing and steady economic growth for more than a decade, the business climate in Rutherford County is one of the best in the nation. An excellent location along Interstate 24, low tax structure, and competitive wages make Rutherford County a top location for corporate headquarters, manufacturing, and distribution.

Since 1928, the Rutherford County Chamber has been working for Middle Tennessee businesses, and seeks to promote economic development and a quality of life to benefit all residents of Rutherford County. 

The Rutherford County Chamber is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing leadership to help create the best possible place in which to operate a business, while enhancing the region as a desirable place to live, work, and visit, through a wide variety of programs and initiatives. The Chamber works to positively impact the economic vitality and enhance the quality of life in the county, while supporting the growth and prosperity of Chamber member businesses.

Nearby Community amenities include:

Smyrna Parks and Facilities

Smyrna Greenway System

Smyrna Golf Course with 27 holes

Percy Priest Lake

North Rutherford YMCA

Historic Sam Davis Home

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City Information


Town of Smyrna

Smyrna is a progressive community with a population of 48,000, an up-and-coming small city that is vitally alive, ideally located and heading in new directions without sacrificing its past successes. There are a number of planned and completed projects that are contributing to the ever-changing dynamics in this community.


City of Murfreesboro

Named the Most Livable Town in Tennessee. The city provides a superior quality of life that attracts growth - plentiful housing, excellent schools, employment opportunities, outstanding services, recreational programs, and regional medical facilities. Murfreesboro is also home to Middle Tennessee State University (MTSU); among Tennessee's fastest growing universities and now home to the largest undergraduate population in the state.


City of La Vergne
La Vergne, bordered on its north boundary by Metro Nashville, has a population of approximately 35,000 and is home to the largest industrial park in the state.


City of Eagleville
Eagleville is a small rural community in Middle Tennessee, approximately thirty miles south of Nashville, offering small town life.

Media Outlet Information


Daily News Journal

The Daily News Journal, owned by Gannett Corporation, is a daily newspaper covering Rutherford and Cannon Counties.

Murfreesboro Post 

The Murfreesboro Post, an independent, community-based newspaper, is published on Sundays and distributed to households, businesses and rack locations in the Murfreesboro market.


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