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Gibson County is at the heart of West Tennessee and one of the largest counties in the area making it ideal for commercial development. Communities include Bradford, Dyer, Gibson, Kenton, Medina, Rutherford, Trenton and Yorkville. Gibson County has easy access to Interstate 40 and is within an hour’s drive of Memphis, Tennessee. Local airports include the Humboldt Municipal airport, Gibson County Airpot, McKeller Sipes Regional Airport (with flights to Atlanta, GA) and Memphis International Airport.

The total population is 49,683. Families make up 69.6% of households. There are 21,999 housing units. The total average employment is 13,549 with an hourly wage of $15.50. Average income is $32,240.

Utilities are provided by Gibson County Utility District, Gibson County Electric Membership Corporation, Jackson Energy Authority, Trenton Light & Water, Weakley County Electric and the Gibson County Municipal Water District.

Healthcare is provided by Trenton Medical Center, Humboldt Medical Center and Milan General Hospital. It is also within close proximity to Jackson, Memphis and Nashville. 

Popular tourism sites include Gibson County Lake, West Tennessee Agricultural Museum, West Tennessee Art Museum, Teapot Museum and Davy Crockett Cabin.

There are five independent school systems within the counties boundaries- Gibson County Special School District, Trenton Special School District, Bradford Special School District and Medina Special School District. Secondary and college education is provided by Dyersburg State Community College, Jackson State Community College, Bethel College, Freed Hardeman University, Lane College, Union University, University of Tennessee at Martin & University of Memphis Lambuth Campus.

Source: Greater Gibson County Chamber