FAQs

What is the 12 South Neighborhood Association?

The 12 South Neighborhood Association is a Tennessee non-profit membership corporation governed by a board of directors. The Association’s mission is to promote the common welfare of all residents of the area commonly known as the 12 South Neighborhood (generally, areas adjacent to 12th Avenue South between Wedgewood Avenue and Gale Lane) by promoting community, friendship, beautification, public safety, environmental conservation, historic preservation, appropriate development, zoning and codes compliance, and cooperation with business, charitable, religious, and governmental institutions. The Association has 501 (c)(3) tax status.

Do I have to become a member of the Association to participate in its activities?

No. The Association’s monthly neighborhood meetings and other activities are open to everyone in the 12 South Neighborhood, regardless of membership in the Association. If you want to participate, the Association wants you!

When does the Association meet?

We meet the first Monday of each month at 6:30. Right now, we’re holding our meetings on Zoom. Before the pandemic, we typically met at the Sevier Park Community Center.

How do I donate to the Association?

You can donate here.

Where can I find the Association’s bylaws?

You can find them here.

For any other questions, please email us at info@12south.org.