Bartlett is a city in Tennessee, United States of America. It is a part of Memphis metropolitan area. Now, the city ranks 2nd in Shelby County and 10th in Tennessee. The city still preserves the small town spirit which includes rural and industrial development, city amenities and churches. Here you can see some of the fast facts of the city Bartlett.
Bartlett has population of about 54, 613 as of U.S census 2010.
The total area of the Bartlett city is 23.42 square miles or 60.7 sq km. The annexation reserves of the Bartlett city is extend to another 20.54 square miles. The city is located adjacent to northeastern boundary of Memphis. It is 10 miles east of the city Memphis, Tennessee.
The unemployment rate in Bartlett is 7.70%, with an employment growth of 0.32%. For over the next 10 years, the future employment growth is predicted to be 32.94%. Sales tax rate in Bartlett is 9.25% whereas Income-Tax is 0.00%. The median household income is around $74,958.
The city of Bartlett was first known by the community as Union Depot and Green Bottom. Originally, the members of the city were primarily belonging to a farming community. The city was found in 1829, but was officially incorporated in the year 1866. In that year, the name of the city was changed to Bartlett which was honored by the Major Gabriel M. Bartlett.
Bartlett and Nearby Attractions:
Bartlett has some good locations such as Nicholas Gotten House, Recreation and Fitness Center, Bartlett performing Arts & Conference Center. Its nearby locations are Memphis Zoo, National Civil Rights Museum, Children’s Museum of Memphis, Fort Pillow State Park, Pink Palace Museum.
Bartlett is small town, with beautiful landscape and mountains. It is also a good place to have a vacation and raise your family.