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Population density of Nashville suburbs

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Density (per square mile)

Davidson

Lakewood - 2,363

Nashville USD (393,907 in 169 square miles) - 2,331

Goodlettsville - 1,018

Belle Meade - 975

Berry Hill - 751

Oak Hill - 588

Forest Hills - 537

Nashville GSD (175,984 in 364 square miles) - 483

Williamson

Franklin - 1,411

Brentwood - 723

Nolensville - 719

Spring Hill - 610

Fairview - 457

Thompson's Station - 95 (yes, even less dense than the state of Tennessee)

Wilson

Watertown - 1,055

Mount Juliet - 870

Lebanon - 636

Rutherford

Murfreesboro - 1,823

Smyrna - 1,243

La Vergne - 912

Eagleville - 211

Sumner

Hendersonville - 1,553

Gallatin - 1,099

White House - 858

Portland - 752

Westmoreland - 556

Millersville - 446

Mitchellville - 393

Walnut Grove - 206

Robertson

Springfield - 1,190

Greenbrier - 886

Ridgetop - 577

Cedar Hill - 450

Adams - 235

Cross Plains - 175

Coopertown - 99

Orlinda - 92

Dickson

Dickson - 743

Charlotte - 662

White Bluff - 566

Burns - 541

Vanleer - 504

Slayden - 348

Cheatham

Ashland City - 473

Kingston Springs - 291

Pegram - 273

Pleasant View - 249

Ranked

1) Lakewood - 2,363

2) Nashville USD - 2,331

3) Murfreesboro - 1,823

4) Hendersonville - 1,553

5) Franklin - 1,411

6) Smyrna - 1,243

7) Springfield - 1,190

8) Gallatin - 1,099

9) Watertown - 1,055

10) Goodlettsville - 1,018

11) Belle Meade - 975

12) Greenbrier - 886

13) La Vergne - 912

14) Mount Juliet - 870

15) White House - 858

16) Portland - 752

17) Berry Hill - 751

18) Dickson - 743

19) Brentwood - 723

20) Nolensville - 719

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