Spring Hill, Tennessee
Historic Charm, and Fast-Paced Growth
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Spring Hill is located in two middle Tennessee counties: Williamson and Maury. The city is located in the southernmost section of Williamson County and is the largest city in Maury County. It is one of the fastest-growing cities in the state, with a population increase of 413% from 2000-2016.  



Native Americans once hunted on the land, including tribes from the Cherokee, Chickasaw, and Shawnee. Today, historic mansions, churches, and plantations still stand, serving as a reminder of the early settlers who arrived with land grants. The most notable plantation is Rippavilla Plantation, built in 1855. The plantation offers tours of the 10,000 sq. ft. mansion, barns, and a slave cabin, all situated on 100 acres of rolling hills. Adjacent to the mansion is the Civil War site of the Battle of Spring Hill and Civil War cemeteries. 

Parks & playgrounds

Residents can enjoy plenty of green spaces to play, relax, or exercise at one of the city’s five parks, all with various amenities. The 30-acre Port Royal Park is the city’s largest park, with an ADA accessible playground, a splash pad with water spray features, concessions, restrooms, football and soccer fields, tennis and basketball courts, a walking path, picnic pavilions, and an amphitheater with seating for movie nights. The Walnut Street Skate Park is designed for skateboards, inline skates, BMX and freestyle bicycles, and non-motorized scooters. Other parks include Evans Park on Maury Hill Street, Harvey Park off Miles Johnson Parkway, and McLemore Park on McLemore Street.

Organized sports

Getting your child involved with a sports team is simple with several youth leagues that offer local competitive team play for ages 4-18.

Spring Hills Lions Club, SpringHillTNLionsClub.org: baseball and softball 

South Williamson Athletics, SWATN.org: baseball, softball, basketball, and volleyball 

Spring Hill Hawks, SpringHillHawks.com: football, flag football, and cheerleading     


City Services

The city provides residential and commercial trash pickups throughout the community. The city contracts with Waste Management that provides weekly curbside garbage pickup. Recyclables are collected every other week on the same day garbage is collected. 

The Spring Hill Library is supported by the city and is located at 144 Kedron Parkway in Spring Hill. Any resident of Williamson or Maury County may access the library’s services.  

Most recently, Spring Hill’s city water department was awarded for the best tasting water in the region by the Tennessee Association of Utility Districts during the Spring 2021 competition.

For more information about all city services, go to SpringHillTN.org

Spring Hill City Hall

199 Town Center Parkway, P.O. Box 789 

Spring Hill, TN 37174



Population: 40,436