- District 17 Councilmember Colby Sledge represents our neighborhood on the Metro Council. You can learn more about him, and sign up for his weekly newsletter on his website. Fun fact: Nashville’s Metro Council’s ratio of councilmember to constituent is lower than in any other major city in the country. Make sure your voice is heard!
- Meitra Aycock is our District 17 Beautification Commissioner. If you have questions about neighborhood cleanups or other beautification issues, you can email her.
- Metro Police Sergeant Catherine Poole represents our area through the Midtown Hills Police Precinct Community Affairs Department. Email her to be added to their newsletter.
- hubNashville provides easy access to almost all requests and information related to Nashville Metro can be found on hubNashville. Download the app, call 311 or access via the web at: https://hub.nashville.gov/s/?language=en_US.
- If you visit the Public Works tab of hubNashville, you can find the following:
- Schedule for trash pick-up
- You can also sign up for email reminders and notifications about schedule changes around holidays.
- Schedule for brush pick-up. (Note: We are Area 7.)
- You can also sign up for email reminders.
- Schedule for trash pick-up
- For more on recycling guidelines, how to request a recycling reminder sticker or to sign up for the quarterly recycling newsletter, visit the Public Works website.
- If you believe traffic calming is needed within the neighborhood, we encourage you to gather neighbor support and the Neighborhood Association can help. Traffic calming requests must be submitted within the Traffic Commission’s schedule.
- If you’re interested in giving back to your community, consider these programs.
- Certify your yard as a Tree Sanctuary through the Tennessee Urban Forestry Council
- If you’re interested in best practices for your yard, visit Tennessee Smart Yards, a UT Extension-led program that guides Tennesseans on practices they can apply in their outdoor spaces to create healthier, more ecologically sound landscapes and communities. Nine principles of stewardship serve as the foundation for the program and are explored in online modules and practical workshops taught by UT Extension and water resource professionals.
- Interested in learning more about native trees, tree preservation and planting opportunities? You can also register your old and/or unique trees in the Metro Historic and Specimen Tree Registry on the Nashville Tree Foundation’s website.
- Piedmont Natural Gas Company is our local natural gas provider.
- Nashville Electric Service is our local utility provider.
- Metro Water Services is our local water services provider.
- Nashville Severe Weather is our community supported weather service. It’s a must follow on Twitter!
- Voice Box Books is our local book sharing program that you may have seen in the neighborhood.
12 South Neighborhood Association Materials
For access to the 12 South Neighborhood Association logo, visit this page.
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