Bradley County, Tennessee

Bradley County: County in Tennessee, United States


Bradley County is a county located in the U.S. state of Tennessee. As of the 2010 census, the population was 98,963 and a population density of 115 people per km². After 10 years in 2020 county had an estimated population of 109,071 inhabitants. Its county seat is Cleveland. The county was created 188 years ago in 1836.

Bradley County locator map
Location of Bradley County on Tennessee map.

Quick Facts about Bradley County

Population : 109,071 (2020)
Country : United States of America
State : Tennessee (United States)
Different from : Bradley County
Area : 859 km2
Water as percent of area : 0.8%
Land as percent of area : 99.2%
Named for : Edward Bradley
Altitude : 873 feet / 266 meters
Capital : Cleveland
Establishment : February 02, 1836
Time Zone : Eastern Time Zone
Local time : 23:53:14 (22nd February 2024)
Density : 127 Pop. per km² as of 2020
Population growth : 9.27% (2010-2020)
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Bradley-county-courthouse-tn1 image


Bradley County is located at 35°9'15"N 84°51'35"W (35.1541100, -84.8596000). It has 5 neighbors: Whitfield County, Hamilton County, McMinn County, Meigs County and Polk County.

Bradley County map

The largest city of Bradley County is Cleveland with a population of 45,948. Other cities include, Lebanon population 38,086 and Charleston population 706. See all Bradley County cities & populated places.

Bradley County Populated Places

Cities, towns, neighborhoods & other populated places in Bradley County.

City Name Population Title
Cleveland 45,948 A city in Bradley County, Tennessee.
Lebanon 38,086 City in Wilson County, Tennessee, United States
South Cleveland 6,912 Census-designated place in Bradley County, Tennessee
Wildwood Lake 3,124 Census-designated place in Bradley County, Tennessee
Charleston 706 Human settlement in Bradley County, Tennessee, United States of America

Bradley County has 5 neighbours.

  • Cleveland


The population of Bradley County increased by 9.27% in 10 years.

Year Population % Change Method
2010 98,963 - census
2011 99,798 0.84% estimation process
2012 101,049 1.24% estimation process
2013 101,778 0.72% estimation process
2014 102,771 0.97% estimation process
2015 103,774 0.97% estimation process
2016 104,390 0.59% estimation process
2017 105,421 0.98% estimation process
2018 107,050 1.52% estimation process
2019 108,110 0.98% estimation process
2020 109,071 0.88% estimation process

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People born in Bradley County (1)

American physicist Horace M. Trent was born in Bradley County

Other places with the same name (2)

Tennessee Other Counties (more counties)

County Name Population Title
Shelby County 936,017 County in Tennessee, United States
Davidson County 694,176 County in Tennessee, United States
Nashville 684,410 The twenty-second most populous city in the United States and the center of the Nashville metropolitan area.
Memphis 649,705 The twenty-ninth most populous city in the United States and the center of the Memphis metropolitan area.
New South Memphis 641,608 A neighborhood located in Memphis, Tennessee.
Knox County 475,609 County in Maine, United States
Hamilton County 371,662 County in Tennessee, United States
Rutherford County 339,261 County in North Carolina, United States
Williamson County 245,348 County in Tennessee, United States
Montgomery County 214,251 County in Tennessee, United States
Sumner County 195,561 County in Tennessee, United States
Knoxville 190,223 The most populous city in Tennessee.
Chattanooga 184,742 The fourth most populous city in Tennessee.
Clarksville 161,247 The second most populous city in Tennessee.
Sullivan County 158,755 County in New York, United States
Murfreesboro 150,757 The second most populous city in Tennessee.