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Williamson County, TN Public Records

Local counties are responsible for maintaining and providing access to a wide array of public records. After all, don’t localized governmental entities always assess and receive property taxes? Thus, it makes perfect “sense” for records that pertain to the same revenue sources remain in-house at County Tax Assessor’s Offices. Similarly, local county jail records aren’t housed by any centralized repository on a statewide level. First, data contained therein are subject to frequent change without a nanosecond’s warning. Secondly, most municipal corrections agency internal files pertain solely or mostly to local residents’ safety and welfare. With all such thoughts firmly in mind, here are some resources for public records in Williamson County, TN.

Property records mostly pertaining to money matters

To review most recent tax assessment and sales data for Williamson County, Tennessee properties, please visit the Property Assessor’s Office search portal online. This virtual tool lends vital assistance to any localized land records quest that lets users search by owner’s name, street address, legal description or sales date of subject property. Even better, it’s publicly accessible 24/7/365 for absolutely no charge whatsoever. You can contact the Williamson County, Tennessee Property Assessor’s Office by phone, mail or fax as follows:

Williamson County Assessor
1320 West Main St., Suite 300 and 313
Franklin, TN 37064
Phone: (615) 790-5708
Fax: (615) 790-5760

Property records that mainly pertain to legal matters

The Williamson County Register’s Office stated primary mission is filing or recording instruments that affect legal statuses of local personal and real property. Chief among such vitally important documentary legal instruments are deeds, powers of attorney, bonds, and certain official publications. Thus, the Register’s Office is where to find property documents that must be produced on demand by any desiring party.

While the Williamson County Register’s Office doesn’t currently offer direct access to online searchable database (es), it does provide a full schedule of current filing fees. You can contact the Williamson County, Tennessee Register’s Office by mail, fax or phone:

Williamson County Register of Deeds
1320 W. Main St.
Suite 201
Franklin, TN 37064
Phone: (615) 790-5706
Fax: (615) 790-5459

Williamson County Sheriff’s Dept.

Despite a missing link to an online inmate locator, the Williamson County Sheriff’s Dept. official website does have many other helpful features. One particularly noteworthy virtue is a hyperlink to the Tennessee Statewide Automated Victim Information Notification Service (SAVIN). Operated by the Tennessee Sheriff’s Association as a special project, TN SAVIN is designed to provide crime victims with prompt notification of specific county inmates’ escapes, transfers or impending release dates. The Williamson County, Tennessee Sheriff’s Dept. contact data is listed below:

Williamson County Sheriff and Jail
408 Century Court, Franklin, TN 37064
Phone: (615) 790-5560
Fax: (615) 790-5580

Do you want to learn more details about the way things are done or how Williamson County is run by local officials?   Such questions frequently ask how to get hired by the county government, obtain building permits, register to vote, pay taxes or locate public amenities and vital facilities like parks, schools or libraries. To view a list of the latest accurate answers to these and other similar topic-specific inquiries, visit the official Williamson County, TN website.