The National Council for Home Safety and Security Announces Atoka and Munford as Top 50 Safest Cities in TN for 2017
As the 16th-largest state in the country by population, and 36th-biggest by land mass, Tennessee is a place where there's always two sides to the coin. Big city livin' can be enjoyed in Memphis (population 655,770) and Nashville (population 654,610), while nature aficionados are drawn to the Appalachian Mountains, which cover the eastern part of the state. Agriculture and manufacturing are two of the state's biggest economic drivers, producing soybeans, poultry, and transportation and electrical equipment. But so is entertainment, as Nashville's Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum serves as a hub for the music industry and Memphis' Graceland and blues clubs serving as a big tourism draw. After all, this is a state that sent large numbers of troops to both sides in the American Civil War. It's a place where you'll likely hear three opinions in an argument between two people.
Whether it's the Great Smoky Mountains National Park (the most-visited national park in the country), the National Civil Rights Museum in Memphis, or the Jack Daniel's Distillery in Lynchburg, there's something for everyone in Tennessee. The summers here are nice and toasty, and the winters are mild, making it a good place to visit any time of year. Coupled with the fact that there are many welcoming towns where families can feel very safe, Tennessee becomes an appealing destination for those looking to move.
Safety has always been an important factor when searching for a new place to call home, but a wavering political system combined with an increase in violent crime has made safety the number one priority for many Americans. Because navigating through crime statistics can be a difficult and time-consuming process, we’ve done it for you.