Due to its proximity to Jackson and Milan, Medina is one of the fastest growing towns in West Tennessee. The downtown section still boasts of Medina's historical roots as the sprawling country side is being developed by quality builders. With a wedding chapel and wedding parlor (both housed in restored vintage buildings) and several churches, Medina is fast becoming the "wedding capital" of Gibson County.

The town boasts newly constructed middle and high schools and a brand new elementary school to be opened next year- all three state-of-the-arts schools are part of the Gibson County School System. The town is primed for growth in the retail and service industries.

Medina is the home of West Tennessee's famous "Haunted Farm," a Halloween activity sponsored by the local Lions Club. Medina also celebrates the 4th of July with many activities, and Christmas with a parade.


Electric: Jackson Energy Authority - 731.422.7500 | Gibson Electric Membership Corporation - 731.855.4740

Natural Gas: Gibson County Utility District - 731.855.1441

Water: Jackson Energy Authority - 731.422.7500

Wastewater: Jackson Energy Authority - 731.422.7500

City Government

Medina City Hall
201 Highway 45 E North; P.O. Box 420 Medina, TN 38355
Phone: (731) 783-5269
Fax: (731) 783-5393
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website: www.cityofmedinatn.org

Town Meetings:
First Monday of each month at 6pm in the Conference Room of City Hall.

Vance Coleman, Mayor
Frank Baker, Alderman
Kevin Painter, Alderman
Jonathan Roland, Alderman
Sam Gilley, Alderman