Located in Shelby County, Bartlett is home to approximately 59,102 Tennessee residents. Just northeast of Memphis, this area is often chosen by people who appreciate living in a more relaxed community while working in a bigger city. The average commute time is 25 minutes.

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Bartlett Schools

Students in this area are served by Bartlett City Schools. This district is comprised of six elementary schools, two middle schools, a ninth-grade academy, and one high school.

Elementary schools include Altruria Elementary School, Bartlett Elementary School, Bon Lin Elementary School, Ellendale Elementary School, Oak Elementary School, and Rivercrest Elementary School. Other schools in the district include Appling Middle School, Bartlett Ninth Grade Academy, Bon Lin Middle School, and Bartlett High School.

The percentage of residents with a high school diploma or higher is 93.8 percent. The percentage of residents with a bachelor’s degree or higher is 34.5 percent.

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Bartlett Parks & Recreation

The city of Bartlett’s Parks and Recreation Department is dedicated to providing residents with plenty of opportunities for enjoying the facilities and programs offered. They currently manage 28 parks. Parks that feature lakes include A.E. Beaty Park, Davies Plantation Park, Flaherty Municipal Center, Municipal Park, Rockyford Park, and Yale Road Park.

The Bartlett Senior Center provides activities for those who are age 50 and above. Membership is required but they have two levels of memberships available. The center features a computer lab, a billiard room, a library, and an exercise room. Free Wifi and cable television is available.

The Singleton Community Center provides space for a number of activities that include art classes, crafting, music lessons, special events, and pre-school programs. The center used to be a school, but it was turned into a community center after being purchased by the city.

The Bartlett Recreation Center provides fitness and recreational programs for the community. The center features an exercise studio, racquetball courts, a competition size pool, basketball courts, an indoor walking track, and rooms for cardiovascular and strength training. They offer childcare and provide locker rooms. Adult programs include group training, basketball, and pickleball.

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There are approximately 20,250 households in Bartlett. Of those households, 83.3 percent of people live in a home they own. The median home value is $171,300.

Bartlett is home to more 90 neighborhoods. Many of these communities have a homeowner’s association.