Topics to be covered include what makes the Green Hills area a livable community and what health, safety, workforce, housing, recreation and volunteer options are needed to make it one of the most livable communities in Nashville.
“The built environment impacts the health of our citizens and our communities,” said Julia Landstreet, executive director of the Nashville Civic Design Center, facilitators of the session. “It will be exciting to listen to members of this community discuss their area's strengths and neighborhood identity and to hear what changes and adaptations they envision to foster a more livable Green Hills.”
The session is free and open to all Green Hills residents and business owners. The Blakeford is located at 11 Burton Hills Boulevard in Burton Hills in Nashville.
About The Nashville Livability Project The Nashville Livability Project is a collaboration between Mayor Karl Dean, Vice Mayor Diane Neighbors, the Project’s committee members and Nashville residents to explore how the city can best prepare for the changing demographic makeup of the city and better meet the needs of all citizens from birth to retirement. For more information about the Nashville Livability Project contact the office of Vice Mayor Diane Neighbors at (615) 880-3357 or visit www.nashville.gov/neighborhoods.