If you are looking for a site to locate a new business or industry, the Industrial Development Boards and Vision Hickman, the Hickman County Economic and Community Development Association, may be able to help.
The Executive Director of Vision Hickman is a professional trained and skilled in assisting business and industrial development. Request information or make an appointment.
You pay property taxes to the County Trustee at the County Administration building in the lower level, on-line using the form below, or over your phone by calling 1-877-768-5048.
Search for your property. If you see a shopping cart, click on it to pay the taxes due with a credit card. (Note: there is a 2.75% processing fee added for credit card transactions.
Property deeds, Wills, .... and other documents must be registered in the Register's office for a small fee. You will need to bring the following documents:
The Career Centers, located in Centerville and surrounding counties, provide the connections between job seekers, employers, and workforce development partners. Their services concentrate on education, training, and access to the resources job seekers need. This often includes job counseling, testing, and a search for assistance to those that need additional education or training. Most employers work directly with the Career Centers for job postings.
The South Central Tennessee Development District (SCTDD) helps local governments in
The South Central Tennessee Tourism Association is composed of the 13 southern counties of Middle Tennessee.
Whether you are looking for sightseeing, shopping, or just want to get off the beaten path, SCTTA has it for you!
The Buffalo-Duck River Resource Conservation and Development Council is a non-profit organization, locally governed by a board of directors, and sponsored by county and municipal governments and soil conservation districts to address priority needs in Tennessee’s Hickman, Lewis, Perry and Wayne Counties.
Improve the quality of life through natural resource management and conservation, and the advancement of economic, educational, social and cultural opportunities working in partnership with national, state, and local Resource Conservation & Development Councils.