Looking to Relocate?

  • Hendersonville's close proximity to centrally located Nashville puts the business traveler conveniently and easily at your front door.
  • A growing and planned infrastructure allows easy access around town and the region.
  • Middle Tennessee has one of the lowest tax bases in the country and Hendersonville ranks among the lowest in Middle Tennessee.
  • Hendersonville Medical Center recently celebrated twenty years of service and commitment to the community with over $30 million in expansions and improvements since 2000.
  • Tennessee is a right to work state and has one of the lowest union rates in the country.
  • Over half of the adult population in Hendersonville has some college and/or a bachelor's degree, making the available workforce educated, motivated and ready to work.
  • Hendersonville and Sumner County schools consistently score "above average", "exemplary", "Proficient" and/or "advanced" in virtually every academic and non-academic category when measured against the USA NTG.
  • Twenty-seven miles of Old Hickory Lake's shoreline skirt through the city limits providing unique and limitless recreational options. Additionally, the thrill of NFL, NHL, SEC sports and the cultural delights of Music City USA are just minutes away.
  • Over 500 acres of park land in the city provides Hendersonville citizens an endless variety of activities from which to choose. Organized sports and well-kept facilities for soccer, football, baseball, in-line hockey and volleyball; allow all ages to participate.
  • Enjoy the small, hometown feel of Hendersonville while enjoying al the perks of big city life. Hendersonville has all the benefits and none of the headaches.