Saint Bethlehem or St. Bethlehem is a community in Montgomery County, Tennessee, located just northeast of downtown Clarksville. Originally named Cherry Station, the community was renamed by a former postmaster. It is home to most of Clarksville's restaurants, retail businesses, and industries, with U.S. Highway 79 running directly through the center of it. Beachaven Winery, Governor's Square Mall, and the county's main industrial park are also located in the area.
When the Trane Company moved its factory into the area in the 1960s, the area exploded in growth, both residentially and commercially. During the 1980s, St. Bethlehem faced possible annexation to Clarksville, but not without a heated battle. The vote on the annexation barely passed.
November 2004 saw the opening of the Gateway-Vanderbilt Cancer Treatment Center just off of Highway 79.Web Sites and Links
St. Bethlehem Civitan ClubCivic club describes its programs and activities, lists meeting location and times, lists officers, and tells about the community it serves.
St. Bethlehem Elementary SchoolK-3 public school. Teacher pages, monthly newsletter, and other information.