Ridgetop is located in southern Robertson County and derives its uniqueness from the topography and climate of the area. It’s located at the edge of the Highland Rim over 800 feet above sea level. Ridgetop was settled in the early 1800's and played a role in the social life of turn-of-the-century Nashville. This was the era of the inner city elite who could afford to take vacations during the hot summer months, and escape to Ridgetop then known as "The Enclosure" resort and spa. The resort consisted of six lots hosting summer cottages surrounded by sprawling lawns and a common park area with a white wooden fence.
Today Ridgetop is a beautiful small thriving community still welcoming with open arms and southern hospitality.
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Teresa Holbert, City Clerk;
& Kelly Rider, City Recorder Contact Us
Ridgetop Historical Society Hosts Abroretum Dedication >Read More
Ridgetop Station Park has completed phase two of the walking trail. The park now offers a play ground area and sand volleyball. >Read More
Ridgetop City Hall is accepting non perishable food for the Robertson County Schools Back Pack Program. A list of foods can be obtained from City Hall. >Read More
The Ridgetop Police Department now has a phone in patrol cars if you need to talk to the office on-duty. The patrol number is (615) 405-8100. If the officer is on a traffic stop or helping another citizen he will return your call as soon as possible. >Read More
The City of Ridgetop now has an ACH program to have your utility payment now automatically debited from your checking account. >Read More
The City of Ridgetop ensures compliance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964: 49CFR, part 21: related statutes and regulations to the end that no person shall be excluded from participation in or be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any program or activity receiving federal financial assistance from the City of Ridgetop on the grounds of
race, color, sex, or national origin.