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County Information



Some of the cities, towns, and places in Robertson County are Adams, Ashburn, Baggettsville, Barren Plains, Bethlehem, Black Jack, Calistia, Cedar Hill, Coopertown, Courtland, Cross Plains, Crunk, Davidson County, Dividing Ridge, Eden Corner, Flewellyn, Gause, Greenbrier, Handleyton, Holmansville, Hubertville, Hygeia Springs, Jernigan Town, Kinneys, Lamont, Milldale, Millersville, Montgomery County, Mount Denson, Mulloy, Neeley's Store, Oakdale, Oakland, Orlinda, Owens Chapel, Port Royal, Portland, Reubensville, Ridgetop, Sadlersville, Sandy Springs, Springfield, Stroudsville, Sumner County, Turnersville, White House, Woodard, Youngville

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Robertson County is a county located on the central northern border of Tennessee in the United States. As of the 2010 census, the population was 66,283. Its county seat is Springfield. The county was named for James Robertson, an explorer, founder of Nashville, and a state senator, who was often called the "Father of Middle Tennessee". Robertson County is a component of the Nashville-Davidson–Murfreesboro–Franklin, TN Metropolitan Statistical Area. In 2002 Howard Bradley became the mayor of Robertson County. Bradley was re-elected and served as Mayor until 2018, when he was succeeded by Billy Vogle, the current incumbent.