Weakley County is located in scenic West Tennessee just a short drive from Nashville, Memphis and Paducah, KY. Established in 1823, the county has five cities including Dresden, Gleason, Greenfield, Martin and Sharon. The county seat is Dresden and the largest city is Martin, home of the University of Tennessee at Martin.

For the traveling soul, Tennessee serves as a central hub. More than 75% of the United States can be reached in a days drive from Tennessee.  The main corridors in Weakley County are Tennessee Highway 22 and U.S. Highway 45 East.

Weakley County is a short 45 minute drive to Jackson, two hour drive to Memphis and two and a half hour drive to Nashville.

Tennessee has four distinct seasons featuring crisp autumns, warm summers, rich springs and mild winters. For most of the year, the average temperature stays around 70 degrees.

Average Temperatures

January- 42°
February- 44°
March- 52°
April- 62°
May- 71°
June- 80°
July- 82°
August- 81°
September- 74°
October- 64°
November- 50°
December- 43°

City Offices

Dresden  731.364.2270
Gleason 731.648.5547
Greenfield  731.235.3131
Martin 731.587.3126
Sharon  731.456.2122

County Offices

County Executive 731.364.5413
County Clerk 731.364.2285
Internal Revenue Service 800.829.1040
Register of Deeds 731.364.3646
Road Supervisor 731.364.2284
Superintendent of Schools 731.364.2247
Tax Assessor 731.364.3677
Trustee 731.364.3643
Veteran's Affairs 731.364.5727
Voter Registration 731.364.5564