We would like to welcome you to the official website of the City of Greenbrier. This site provides information about our quaint town as well as information about the City and our services. Please have a look around and stay awhile.
Greenbrier is located 23 miles north of Nashville in Robertson County. We were incorporated in 1937 and are governed by a Board of Mayor and Aldermen. Since Greenbrier is located so close to major shopping and entertainment venues, we are able to offer a small, friendly community without losing the amenities of a big city.
Thank you for visiting and have a wonderful day.
The City of Greenbrier has some exciting news to share. Recently city officials met with TDOT Officials, TDOT Consultants, and CSX representatives to look at the railroad crossings within the city. The Industrial Drive and Main Street at-grade railroad/roadway crossings in Greenbrier were selected for review by TDOT's statewide risk analysis on all crossings.
Welcome to the inau-gural issue of the Greenbrier Gazette. We heard from a num-ber of citizens asking for a newsletter. We hope you enjoy and it will be published at the end of each quarter. Greenbrier is growing and changing. On page two of this newsletter you will see a list of changes/enhancements that have been made in the city over the past several months.
Recently Dr. Osborne, principal of the high school was named Principal of the Year with a Making A Difference award. Ms. Jan Wallace was also awarded Teacher of the Year at Greenbrier High by Making A Difference. The city is proud of our educators and the work they do on a daily basis guiding our young peo-ple through their form-ative years and prepar-ing them for adulthood. We are diligently working on getting more retail businesses into the city. We also have been gathering information on how to get sidewalks along Hwy. 41.
If you have something you would like to see covered in the newsletter, please let us know.
Railroad Crossings/Feedback Needed
The City of Greenbrier has been approached about the possibility of closing a railroad crossing in the interest of safety. CSR Engineering recently conducted a study on the amount of travel each crossing received daily. The last time a study was conducted was in 2006. Safety of the crossings are top priority. The results of the survey will be a tool used by the City of Greenbrier to guage citizen's opionions on crossing arms, traffic lights, and other various projects. ***The City Is Not Being Forced By Csx Or The State To Close Any Of The Crossings***
Please take the time to fill out the Railroad Crossings survey. Your feedback will be greatly appreciated.
With the threat of mosquito transmitted viruses, the City of Greenbrier wants all citizens to have a safe and healthy year. Please check out the State of Tennessee website for information regarding the Zika virus.