About Tracy City, Tennessee

Tracy City is a town in Grundy County, Tennessee, United States. Incorporated in 1915 , the population was 1,481 at the 2010 census. Named after Benjamin Franklin Tracy, the city developed out of railroad and mining interests after coal was found in 1840. Tracy City is also home to the oldest family bakery in Tennessee, Dutch Maid Bakery. In 2010 the people of Tracy City elected a dead man, Carl Robin Geary, as mayor.

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Tracy City Facts

  • Population Total: 1481
  • Square Miles: 4.8
  • Area Code: 931
  • Elevation: 1821
  • Postal Codes: 37387
  • Timezone: North American Central