NashvilleNext Announces Draft Plan


After more than three years of planning, public meetings and presentations, the NashvilleNext draft plan is now available online for public review. As a member of the NashvilleNext steering committee, the Chamber is pleased that economic prosperity is a pillar of the plan that will guide future planning and zoning policy.

NashvilleNext is a strategic long-range plan built on a foundation of community engagement and the open exchange of ideas. More than 17,000 participants, including those in the business community, have helped shape NashvilleNext through public meetings and community engagement. There's still time for you to be part of the process.

Community input -- particularly from business leaders -- continues to be vital in guiding the plan for Nashville's future. Visit NashvilleNext.net by April 30 to review the plan and its supporting materials, then share your thoughts via email (info@nashvillenext.net) or by responding to an online survey.

Planners are also hosting five open house meetings across Davidson County where you can provide feedback in person. 
  • Saturday, April 18, 10 a.m.-1:30 p.m., Tennessee State University Avon Williams (Downtown) Campus - Auditorium
  • Monday, April 20, 5-7 p.m., North Nashville Police Precinct and Edmondson Pike Branch Library
  • Monday, April 27, 5-7 p.m., Madison Police Precinct and Bellevue Branch Library

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