Perry County, Tennessee, founded in 1819, is a thriving community located in western Middle Tennessee near the Buffalo River and the Tennessee River. 

Perry County’s Departments & Offices

The purpose of Perry County, Tennessee, government is to serve its citizens, welcome visitors and prepare for economic and community growth opportunities that will enhance the lives of its citizens and attract new residents and businesses. We invite you to explore our website to learn more about our governmental offices, courts, emergency services, educational offerings, medical facilities and tourist attractions. Contact information for each department or service is provided on the individual page, making it easy for website visitors to find exactly the right person, location or department. Use the navigation bar at the top of this page for immediate access to specific information. Learn more about Perry County.

County Offices

Find exactly the office or department you need with complete contact information.

The Courts

Perry County’s courts include General Sessions, Juvenile, Circuit Court, Chancery, Traffic and Probate.

Enjoy Perry County!

Explore the many recreational options throughout beautiful Perry County for residents and tourists alike!


Get the help you need in an emergency in Perry County.

Partners in Success

Find contact information for a variety of services and assistance agencies working within the county.


Perry County has a variety of options for ensuring the healthcare needs of the community are met.

Perry County was established in 1819. There are two incorporated cities, Linden, the county seat, and Lobelville, as well as a number of small communities. Download a new, print-quality map of the county HERE.