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Demographics

Location

Square Miles: 431
Elevation: 1,028'
Market Region: Nashville
Latitude: N35 41'N
Longitude: W85 48'W
Distance from Nashville: 75 Miles
Distance from Chattanooga: 69 Miles


Population

  City County
2017 Population (Census) 13,884 40,525
2010 (Census) 13,605 39,839
Population Projection 2022 14,101 41,189



Climate

Average Annual Temperature 57.7
Average High Temperature 71.6
Monthly Average Low Temperature 43.7
Annual Average Precipitation 55.08"
Annual Average Snowfall 5.0"
Prevailing Winds Southwesterly
Mean Length of Freeze-Free Period 180-220 days


Tax Structure

 
Local City County
Property Taxes: 2015    
   Rate per $100 value $2.0804 $1.9661
Ratio of Assessment:    
Commercial/Industrial 40% 40%
Personal (Equipment) 30% 30%
  (Inventory Tax) Raw Materials Only:     
Bonded Debt (2017) $1,265,415 $25,163,095
Total Local Assessment (2016) $213,921,196 $676,948,455
School Tax 0% 0%
Sales 2.75% 2.75%
Hotel-Motel Tax 2.5% 5.0%

State
 
Sales Tax - 4% tax on food and food ingredients; 7% on all other tangible personal property unless specifically exempted.

Income Tax
Personal - 6% on Interest & Dividends
Corporate Excise Tax - 6.5% of Tennessee taxable income
Franchise Tax - .25% of the greater of net worth or real and tangible property in Tennessee.  The minimum tax is $100.
Unemployment Tax - New Employers 2.7% of first $9,000.


 

Property Value

Year Tax Type Property Value Tax Rate (per $1000)
2007 Real Property $2,003,281,303 $27.21




Income Statistics

  Source Year Total
Median Household Income ESRI 2017 $36,288
Per Capita Personal Income ESRI 2017 20,560
       



Average Weekly Wage (2017)

Warren Co.     $731



Education

 
Enrollment
Pre-K-8 3,823
6-8 843
9-12 1,996
Alternative School 22
   
 High School Graduates  (2017) 491
Graduation Rate 94.2%
Educational Attainment with a Degree
(Adults Age 25-64)
20.1%
   
Tennessee College of Applied Technology 316
Motlow State Community College                                    852


Communications

Post Office Class:  First  
   
Newspapers: Frequency
Southern Standard 3x / week
The Tennessean Daily
   
Telephone Companies: County - Ben Lomand Connect
  City - Ben Lomand Connect
  City - Frontier Communications
   
Radio Stations: 5 local
Television Networks: 5
Cable/Digital TV Companies: Ben Lomand Communications
  Ben Lomand Telephone
  Charter


Natural Resources

Minerals: Crushed Stone
Timber: Hardwood


Agricultural Products

Crops: Hay, Soybeans, Corn, Wheat, Nursery Crops
Livestock: Cattle, Horses, Goats


Financial Institutions

(countywide)  
Name of Banks: Branches
Commercial Banks 7
Savings Institutions 0
Credit Unions 1
Total # of Institutions 8
Total # of Branches 20
Combined Deposits (Deposits for June 30, 2017)  $846,399,000 
   
* Not Calculated in Combined Deposits
Source:Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation and National Credit Union Association



Government

Type    
City: Municipal with Mayor and Aldermen
County: County Executive and County Commissioners
     
Fire Department:    
full-time fire fighters in city:  32    
city volunteers:  0    
full-time fire fighters in county:    
county volunteers:  100    
fire stations in city:  2 city fire trucks:  4  
fire stations in county: 7 community fire trucks:  
     
Law Enforcement:    
full time police officers in city:  36
full time police officers in county & sheriff:  51
city patrol cars:  40 county patrol cars: 55  
     
  City County
Insurance Rating: 3 9
Zoning Regulations: Yes No
Planning Commission: Yes Yes
Industrial Development Corp: Yes Yes
     



Community Facilities

Health Care
Hospitals: 1       Beds: 125
Clinics: 4 (walk-ins)
Doctors:59
Nursing Homes: 3
Residential Care/Assisted Living: 4
Dentists: 10
 
Religious Organizations
Protestant: 150 Catholic: 1  
Latter Day Saints: 1 Jehovah's Witness: 1  
Seventh Day Adventist: 1
 
Recreation:
Libraries: 1 Parks: 9  
Bowling Alleys: 1 Theaters: 1  
Golf Courses: 2 Country Clubs: 1  
Swimming Pools: 2
 
Day Care Centers: 15
     
Hotels & Motels: 4 Rooms: 200  
Bed & Breakfasts: 2
Largest Meeting Room Capacity: 1,400
Restaurants: 52    
Other: Ball fields, museum, 2 skating rinks, 3 volleyball courts, soccer field, greenway, tennis courts, gymnasium, racquetball courts.
Civic Center: Banquet seating for 1,400, bleachers will seat 7,000.
     


2017 Employed Population (Age 16+ ) By Industry

Industry Percentages
Manufacturing  26.1% 
Retail Trade   12.7%
Construction 5.0%
Wholesale Trade 2.3%
Agriculture/Mining Construction 5.0%
Public Administration 3.3%
Finance/Insurance/Real Estate 3.7%
Information 1.5%
Services 35.2%
Utilities, Transporation & Warehousing 6.1%




McMinnville-Warren County Industrial Development Board
Don Alexander, Director of Economic Development
110 South Court Square~ McMinnville, TN 37110
Phone: 931.474-4769    Fax: 931.474.4479