Living Here

Founded in 1858, the city of Milan, Tennessee has nearly 8,000 residents. Located in Gibson County at the crossroads of US Highway 45 and US Highway 70A/79, Milan is in the heart of the US Southeast region. Milan is home to the largest industrial base of the county with over a dozen major employers. It’s also known for hosting “Milan No-Till Field Day," the nation’s largest field day devoted to improving the production of no-till crops and conservation. Milan is home to the oldest beauty college in the region, has an excellent public school system, and was the first community in the state to organize a private endowment to support academics.

Rich in history and culture, the small town of Milan is a unique place to plant your roots. With attractions like the West Tennessee Agricultural Museum, Gibson County Fair, and Gibson County Lake, there is always something exciting to do in the community. Along with attractions, we have a variety of events that bond you to the rest of the Milan community like the Farmers Market, Christmas Parade, Fall Folklore Jamboree, and more. With a friendly face on every corner and an array of amenities, you are provided with all of the important qualities for living a comfortable, happy life.