Clarksville-Montgomery County, Tennessee, is a vibrant community located in Middle Tennessee off I-24 just 40 minutes Northwest of Nashville, and approximately 250 miles from the population center of the United States. Montgomery County is within a day's drive from 76% of major U.S. cities, strategically located on the Cumberland River and 40 minutes from Nashville International Airport (BNA). As one of the fastest growing MSAs in the country, Clarksville-Montgomery County is experiencing tremendous change. The Fort Campbell military base for the 101st Airborne Division and Austin Peay State University are major elements of Clarksville, the fifth-largest city in Tennessee. New schools, new industries, a new hospital, and new residential developments are exciting current events in Clarksville-Montgomery County. And, even though new developments are taking place, Clarksville-Montgomery County is still a community that is steeped in history and heritage. Visitors and residents alike can experience history through area attractions, unique architecture, and a variety of festivals and entertainment events that take place year round.
Montgomery Co. Population
2000 134,725 people
2015 189,961 people
5 Major Employers
- Austin Peay State University: 1,287
- Gateway Regional Medical Center: 1,100
- Trane Company: 1,100
- Convergys Corp.: 600
- Akebono Brake : 580
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