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Bartlett Population: 54,452

Total Males: 25,437
Total Females: 29,015
Median Household Income: $75,225
Total Households: 18,894

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Bartlett is a city in Shelby County, Tennessee. It is part of the Memphis Metro Area. It has a total area of 23.42 square miles. The city was settled and founded around 1830, and was essentially a farming community. It was named and incorporated in 1866. It is named after Major Gabriel M. Bartlett, one of the pioneer settlers in the area.

Manufacturing, transportation, retail trade and public administration are the major contributors to the local economy. There are a number of public elementary, middle and high schools, and they're part of the Shelby County Schools. Bartlett Baptist Pre-School Kin and St. Ann Elementary School are the private schools located here. Paul Mitchell the School-Memphis is the local college. Local places of interest include the Nicholas Gotten House, The Bartlett Recreation Center and The Bartlett Performing Arts & Conference Center. St. Francis Bartlett Medical Center on Kate Bond Road attends to local healthcare needs. The cost of living here is 6.80% lower than the country average.

This place gets about 52 inches of rain annually. The number of days with measurable precipitation is 96. Snowfall is about 2 inches annually.



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