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									                                               Middle Tennessee Industrial Development Association
                                                                              2011 Community Data Profile




                              LEBANON
                                 Wilson County

                   QUICK FACTS
County Seat: Lebanon                     Year Incorporated: 1801
Area in Square Miles (County): 571 Latitude: N36° 12.49'
Elevation: 535'                          Longitude: W86° 17.47'
Market Region: Nashville
Distance From Nashville: 28 miles                                                TAX STRUCTURE
City URL: http://www.lebanontn.org
Additional Incorporated Cities within County: Mount Juliet;                                LOCAL
 Watertown
                                                                                                City            County
                    POPULATION                                     Property Taxes:
                                                                    Rate per $100 value       $ 0.3350        $ 2.4327
                             City            County                Ratio of Assessment:
2000 (Census)                20,195         88,809                  Residential and Farm          25 %            25 %
Certified Pop. June 2010*    24,812                                 Commercial/Industrial         40 %            40 %
July 2009 (Estimates)        25,005         112,377                Personal (Equipment)           30 %            30 %
Percent Population Change                                           (Inventory Tax) Raw Materials Only:
        2000 – 2009           19.2 %         21.0 %                Bonded Debt            $ 27,648,081 $ 184,849,000
                                                                   Assessed Valuation    $ 915,361,693 $ 2,957,190,934
                                                                   School Tax                 $ 0.39               0%
* 2000 Population adjusted by citywide census 2003-04, 2007-       Hotel-Motel Tax               2.0 %           5.0 %
08 and annexation 2001-02.
                                                                                               STATE
                        CLIMATE                                    Sales Tax 5.5% tax on food and food ingredients; 7% on all other
                                                                   tangible personal property unless specifically exempted.
Annual Average Temperature: 58.2°
                                                                   Local Sales Tax Rate 2.25 %
Average High Temperature: 69.0°
Average Low Temperature: 47.4°
                                                                   Income Tax
Annual Average Precipitation: 56.27"
Annual Average Snowfall: 5.0"                                          • Personal: 6 % on Interest & Dividends
Prevailing Winds: Southerly                                            • Corporate Excise Tax: 6.5% of Tennessee taxable in-
Mean Length of Freeze-Free Period (days): 180-220                         come
                                                                       • Franchise Tax: .25% of the greater of net worth or real
 Lebanon’s Nashville East Logistics Center is among sev-                  and tangible property in Tennessee. The minimum tax is
 eral industrial sites in Middle Tennessee to be certified                $100.
 “Deal Ready”. For complete information about the site                 • Unemployment Tax: New Employers 2.7% of first
 and the Deal Ready program go to www.DealReady.com.                      $9,000
               COMMUNICATIONS                                               TRANSPORTATION
 Post Office Class: First
   Newspapers:                    Frequency:                  AIR SERVICE:
   The Lebanon Democrat           Mon-Sat                     Nearest General Aviation:
   The Wilson Post                Weds & Fri                      Lebanon Municipal Airport
   The Tennessean                 Daily                       Location Identifier: M54
                                                              Distance from City: 2 miles SE
 Telephone Companies: AT&T                                    Runway Length: 5,000 feet
 Radio Stations: WANT/FM                                      Surface: Asphalt /Turf
 Television Networks: 6                                       Lighting: MIRL/PAPI/REIL
 Cable Companies: Charter Communications                      Fuel: 100LL/Jet A
 Channels: 100+                                               Repair: Major
                                                              Transportation: Taxi, Courtesy Car and Rental Car
                     EDUCATION                                Nearest Commercial Service:
                                                                  Nashville International Airport
                                                              Location Identifier: BNA
(Countywide) # Local                         Pupil/Teachers   Served by 13 airlines; operating 346 average daily flights to
               Schools        Enrollment      Ratio           62 markets and 42 non-stop markets (as of January 2011).
Elementary        16            10,411        22:1
Jr. High          3             3,014         22:1            HIGHWAYS:
Sr. High          4             5,449         25:1            U.S Highways: 70, 231
Voc-Tech          1                                           State Highways: 10, 24, 26, 109, 141, 171, 265, 266, 267,
Private/Parochial 3              1,173                        840
Technology Center:                                            Nearest Interstate: Interstate 40
Colleges: Cumberland University
Other:                                                        COMMON CARRIERS:
                                                              Air Freight Companies: 2
                                                              Motor Freight Companies: 19
State Industrial Training Service Available: Yes
                                                              Terminal Facilities: 7
Type of Public School System: County and City
                                                              Bus Services – Inter-City: None
                                                              Local: None       Carrier Service: None
                   GOVERNMENT
                                                              RAILROADS SERVED BY:
 Governing Body:                                              Nashville & Eastern Railroad Corporation
  City: Mayor and City Council
                    Meets: 1st and 3rd Tuesday                NAVIGABLE WATERWAYS:
                    Time: 6:00 p.m.                           River: Cumberland
                    Place: Council Chambers                   Channel Depth: 9 feet
   County: Mayor and County Commissioners                     Nearest Port Facility: Nashville
                                                              Miles: 28
 Fire Department:
   full-time fire fighters in city: 40
   city volunteers: 0
   full-time fire fighters in county: 72                        INDUSTRIAL SUPPORT SERVICES
   county volunteers: 101
   fire stations in city: 3       city fire trucks: 7         Service               Town            Distance (Miles)
   fire stations in county: 7     county fire trucks: 14      Tool & Die            Local
                                                              Heat Treating         Nashville              28
 Law Enforcement:                                             Foundry               Nashville              28
   full-time police officers in city: 66                      Heavy Hardware        Nashville              28
   full-time police officers in county & sheriff: 78          Sheet Metal           Local
   city patrol vehicles: 111       county patrol cars: 52     Lubricants            Nashville              28
                                                              Welding Supplies      Local
                                    City:        County:      Abrasives             Local
 Insurance Rating:                   4-9         5-10         Other:
 Zoning Regulations:                 Yes          Yes
 Planning Commission:                Yes          Yes
 Industrial Development Corp:        Yes          Yes
        COMMUNITY FACILITIES                                                 SELECTED ECONOMIC INDICATORS
Health Care:
   Hospitals: 1           Beds: 257                                         2009 Annual Average
   Clinics: 4                                                                                         County        Labor Market Area*
   Doctors: 270           Dentists: 21                                      Labor Force:
Nursing Homes: 2          Beds:                                              Civilian Labor Force      57,860           620,590
Retirement Homes: 6       Beds:                                              Employment                52,630           562,540
Residential Care/Assisted Living: 4                                          Unemployment               5,230            58,030
                                                                             Unemployment Rate          9.0 %            10.7 %
Religious Organizations:                                                     HS Graduates (2008-09)     1,209            10,512
   Protestant: 72        Catholic: 1        Jewish: 0
   Jehovah's Witness: 1 Spanish: 0                                          Manufacturing in Area (Annual Averages 2009):
   Other: 5                                                                 Number of Units:              128
                                                                            Ann. Avg. Employment:      4,329
Day Care Centers: 5       Day Care Homes: 0

  Recreation:                                                               Per Capita Personal Income
    Libraries: 1           Parks: 3                                         Year: 2008            Amount: $ 37,040
    Golf Courses (Public & Private): 3
    Swimming Pools (Public & Private): 3                                    Retail Sales
    Country Clubs: 1       Theaters: 1                                      Year: 2009             Amount: $ 1,201,479,896
    Bowling Alleys: 2
                                                                            Estimated County Available Labor:
  Hotels & Motels: 16    Rooms: 1,001                                       Date (month): December 2010
  Bed & Breakfasts: 3
  Largest Meeting Room Capacity: 1,000                                                          County         Labor Market Area
  Restaurants: 87
  Other:                                                                    Total:                 5,130              59,010
                                                                            Male:                  2,650              31,370
          NATURAL RESOURCES                                                 Female:                2,480              27,640

Minerals: Crushed Stone                                                                 County 10-Year Growth Report
Timber:                                                                     Years: 2001-2010     New Plants    Expansions
                                                                            Number Projects:              5            80
                                                                            Job Opportunities:          386           886
      AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS                                                 Total Investments: $ 29,700,000 $ 104,453,519
Crops: Hay, Corn, Soybean and Tobacco
                                                                            * Labor Market Area is defined as Cannon, Davidson, DeKalb,
                                                                            Rutherford, Smith, Sumner, Trousdale and Wilson Counties in
       FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS                                               Tennessee

Name of Banks:           Number of Branches: Deposits
Bank of America              2             $ 39,848,000
Bank Tennessee               1               11,711,000
Cedarstone Bank              1               59,652,000
                                                                                                 The Industrial Advantage
Farmers & Merchants Bank     1               22,332,000
First Freedom Bank           1              151,431,000                                      In addition to its strategic location, Middle
                                                                                             Tennessee offers other advantages to a
First Tennessee Bank         2               92,669,000
                                                                                             wide variety of industries:
Liberty State Bank           2               36,473,000
                                                                                             ♦ Cap on franchise/inventory tax for distri-
Pinnacle National Bank       3              207,549,000
                                                                                                  bution/warehousing facilities.
Regions Bank                 1               42,493,000
                                                                                             ♦ Tax incentives on machinery, manufac-
SunTrust Bank                2               65,656,000                                           turing, and distribution equipment/
Wilson Bank & Trust          6              523,986,000                                           racking systems.
                                                                                             ♦ Jobs Tax Credit Program
* US Community Credit Union        5 in 4 cities   108,079,000                               ♦ Abundant workforce in “Right-to-Work”
                                                                                                  state
Commercial Banks: 11                                                                         ♦ Reliable TVA electric power
Savings Institutions: 0
                                                                                             ♦ Highly-developed transportation system
Credit Unions: 1
Total # of Institutions: 12                                                                           And a climate that supports
Total # of Branches: 23                                                                                 business and growth.
Combined Deposits: $ 1,253,800,000           (Deposits for June 30, 2010)

*NOT calculated in Combined Deposits
                                                                UTILITIES
GAS                                                                      SEWER
Local Distributor: City of Lebanon                                       Sewer Provider: City of Lebanon
Phone: 615.443.2835                                                      Phone: 615.444.0825
Website: http://www.lebanontn.org                                        Website: http://www.lebanontn.org
        Source Company: Texas Eastern, Columbia Gulf                             Type of Treatment: Activated sludge (secondary)
        Fuel Oil Suppliers:         2                                            Capacity: 7,500,000 GPD
        Suppliers of LP Gas:        6                                            Current Usage: 4,000,000 GPD
                                                                                 City Sewer Coverage: 95 %
WATER                                                                            Storm Sewer Coverage: 10 %
Water Supplier: City of Lebanon                                                  Solid Waste Disposal Type: Landfill
Phone: 615.444.0825
Website: http://www.lebanontn.org                                        ELECTRICITY
        Source: Cumberland River                                         Source Company: Tennessee Valley Authority
        Capacity: 12,000,000 GPD
        Current Consumption: 6,750,000 GPD                                         Local Distributor for City and County:
        Storage Capacity: 9,500,000 Gallons                              Electric Power System:
                                                                              Middle Tennessee Electric Membership Corp.
WATER                                                                    President: Frank Jennings
Water Supplier: West Wilson Utility District                             Address: 555 New Salem Road
Phone: 615.758.5682                                                                 Murfreesboro, Tennessee 37129
Website: www.westwilsonutility.com                                       Phone:     615.890.9762
        Source: Old Hickory Lake                                         Fax:       615.849.2170
        Capacity: 16,400,000 GPD                                         Website: www.mtemc.com
        Current Consumption: 5,500,000 GPD
        Storage Capacity: 13,600,000 Gallons                                             MTIDA works closely with the Tennessee Valley Au-
                                                                                         thority, which supplies electric power to Middle Ten-
                                                                                         nessee through 27 distributors.



          MAJOR INDUSTRIAL MANUFACTURERS/DISTRIBUTION (120+ employees)
Firm                                       Product or Service                  Total Employees          Union                 Phone Number
Bridgestone Americas Tire Operation, LLC   Tire Distribution                       120                  None                  615.695.5800
CEVA Logistics                             Third party logistics                   159                  None                  615.773.9292
Cracker Barrel Old Country Store           Headquarters & Distribution             820                  None                  615.444.5533
Famous Footwear                            Shoe Distribution                       176                  None                  615.443.3900
GENCO                                      Third party logistics & Dell Supplier   602                  None                  615.547.1020
Genesco                                    Shoe Distribution                       242                  None                  615.367.8081
Leviton Manufacturing Company, Inc.        Electrical Wiring Devices Distrib.      130                  None                  615.994.3320
Lochinvar Corporation                      Water Heaters & boilers                 325                  None                  615.889.8900
MEDIAmail Packaging & Fulfillment          Packaging & fulfillment distribution    140                  None                  615.449.0231
Nutro Products, Inc.                       Premium pet foods                       167                  None                  615.449.4996
Performance Food Group                     Food Distribution                       760                  None                  615.443.0077
Perma-Pipe Inc.                            Polytherm conduit                       160                  USF                   615.444.4910
Permobil                                   Electric Wheelchairs                    125                  None                  615.547.1889
Prospect Inc.                              Industrial packaging & fulfillment      130                  None                  615.444.0597
Rock-Tenn Company                          Folding Cartons                         130                  None                  615.444.6250
Southtec LLC                               Metal Stamping                          185                  Unknown               615.443.1004
TRW Automotive                             Hydraulic Steering Gears                325                  UAW                   615.444.6110



       For information on industrial sites and available industrial buildings contact:
Mr. George W. Shuff, III, Executive Director                                       G.C. Hixson, Executive Director
Middle Tennessee Industrial Development Association                                Joint Economic & Community Development
2108 Westwood Avenue                                                               Board of Wilson County
Nashville, Tennessee 37212                                                         115 N. Castle Heights Avenue. Suite 102
Phone: 615.269.5233       WATS: 800.227.6628                                       Lebanon, Tennessee 37087
Fax: 615.269.5184                                                                  Phone: 615.443.1210           Fax: 615.443.0277
Email: mtida@mtida.org Website: www.mtida.org                                      Email: info@doingbiz.org      Website: www.doingbiz.org

                                                                                                          This report was prepared with the assistance of:
                                                                                                          The Four Lake Regional Industrial Development Authority
                                                                                                          Hartsville, Tennessee

       The information contained herein was obtained from sources we consider reliable.
           We can not be responsible, however, for errors or change in information.                                       Updated March 2011

								
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