Fisherville, Tennessee

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Fisherville is an unincorporated community lying on the boundary of Fayette County and Shelby County, Tennessee, United States. Fisherville is located between Eads and Collierville, about 30 miles east of downtown Memphis.

Annexation[edit]

Much of Fisherville lies in either the Collierville reserve or Memphis reserve, meaning that it shall be annexed at some point. Property north of Raleigh-Lagrange Road and south of Herb Parsons Lake has been annexed by the City of Piperton. Piperton is a key gateway between Fayette and Shelby County, situated in the southwest corner of Fayette County, adjoining the town of Collierville and Shelby County to the west and Marshall County, Mississippi to the south. The Piperton city limits and its urban growth boundary contain many of the proposed interchanges along Hwy 385 as it traverses the western border of Fayette County.

Education[edit]

Fisherville is serviced by Shelby County Schools. The private Evangelical Christian School maintains a campus in Fisherville.

Notable residents[edit]

Geography[edit]

The center of Cordova is located at 35.4° North, 89.2° West [1].

References[edit]

Coordinates: 35°24′N 89°12′W / 35.4°N 89.2°W / 35.4; -89.2