Welcome to the Town of Obion
It is our hope that you will find this site useful as well
as informative. Obion is a good place to live for young
families, the seniors, and those in between. You are welcome in
our little town, but there is nothing little about the big
hearts of its citizens.
TWRA will be hosting their annual duck blind drawing for Gooch’s at the Obion Indian Park on Saturday, August 2, 2014. Applications can be submitted from 7a.m. – 10a.m., with the drawing being held immediately after the last person signs up. There are approximately 750 hunters who attend this event each year. The Town of Obion would like to invite you to the drawing, where you can display your merchandise and sell your products. If you are interested in reserving a 10 x 10 (or larger) spot for free, please contact Amy at the city hall by calling 731-536-6242 or emailing her at firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday, July 28, 2014. Concessions will be provided by Fast Mac’s of Elbridge.
Obion, Tennessee is located in the
southwest corner of Obion County adjoining US highway 51, which
is a major link from Kentucky to Memphis, TN. The town has a
population of 1137 residents. We have 2.0 Square miles within
our city limits with 26.3 miles of paved streets. Our city
has 500+ water customers and 400+ natural gas
customers. In addition Obion also serves 200+ rural water
customers. We are within a day’s drive of the major markets. We
have the availability of drawing from the surrounding rural
areas in this agricultural section of Obion County.