About Hendersonville, Tennessee

Strategically located 18 miles NE of the center of downtown Nashville and 20 miles from Nashville's International Airport, Hendersonville attributes its rapid growth to geographic location and scenic beauty. The city has approximately 32 square miles of land and 26 miles of shoreline on Old Hickory Lake.

Hendersonville was first incorporated in July 1969 and the city officially began operation August 1, 1969. With higher than average family income of $56,489, Hendersonville is the home of a highly educated and affluent citizenry and is known throughout the state as one of the finest places to live, work, and play. It offers a unique blend of city living and spacious country surroundings.

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Hendersonville City Guide

Government

Hendersonville Government

Sumner County Government

Demographics

Latest Community Data Sheet

Detailed Demographic Information

Schools

Public Schools

Private Schools

Homeschooling

Union University Hendersonville

Volunteer State Community College

Recreation

Hendersonville residents, their guests and many residents of Nashville and surrounding areas enjoy the lake all year round, whether fishing, picnicking, water skiing, jet skiing, camping, or taking paddle boat rides. Hendersonville also has the reputation as having one of the best park systems in the state.  Hendersonville has something for everyone.

Hendersonville Parks

Newspapers

Hendersonville Standard

Other Resources

Hendersonville Public Library

Senior Citizens of Hendersonville

Leadership Sumner

Forward Sumner

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