Electricity is supplied by Tennessee Valley Authority. Volunteer Energy Cooperative is the local distributor. The local VEC office is 931-879-5853.

Gas is provided by Upper Cumberland Natural Gas. There is one fuel oil supplier and 3 suppliers of LP Gas in Fentress County. Current Rates for natural gas can be obtained by calling Upper Cumberland Natural Gas at 931-484-9380.

Water is supplied by the Fentress County Utility District. For additional information, call 931-879-7639. The source of water is a city lake, and capacity is 3,000,000 MGC. Current consumption is 2,000,000 MGD. There is a storage capacity of 2,500,000 gallons.

Sewer is provided by Tennessee Wastewater, an Adenus Utility. For additional information, call 615-220-7200.

Fiber Optics with unlimited bandwidth and business telecommunication needs provided by Twin Lakes Telephone Cooperative. The local office is 931-879-5811.


Fentress County is located approximately midway between Nashville and Knoxville on the Cumberland Plateau, 11 miles north of Interstate 40 at Crossville on US Highway 127.

The Jamestown Municipal Airport, featuring a 3,500 ft by 75 ft paved runway and refueling facilities, is located 12 miles north of the Clarkrange Regional Business Park, on US 127.

The proposed Nashville & Eastern Railroad will ultimately provide a direct east-west rail connection through northern Middle Tennessee, making direct freight and passenger traffic between Nashville and Knoxville available. Preliminary route studies show the railroad running parallel to State Route 62 from Monterey, crossing US 127 less than .5 miles south of the Clarkrange intersection. It then continues eastward on the south side of SR 62 before crossing back to the north side in Morgan County, 8 miles east of Clarkrange.