Edgehill Neighorhood Coalition

The Historic and Richly Diverse Nashville Community We Call Home

Belmont University Building Proposal Q&A

On Wednesday, September 19, Council Member Colby Sledge hosted an informational meeting regarding the proposed Belmont University building in E.S. Rose Park. The questions below regarding "Background," "Present Decisions," and "Future Plans" were sent to Council Member Sledge immediately following... Continue Reading →

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Protect Nashville’s E. S. Rose Park

Urgent Action Needed: Ask the Parks Board to Protect Nashville’s E.S. Rose Park Belmont University plans to present to the Metro Board of Parks and Recreation this Tuesday, September 4, a proposal supporting the university's plans to built a two-story athletics (indoor batting facility) and... Continue Reading →

Belmont Building in E.S. Rose Park — Request for Deferral and Community Meeting, August 30, 2018

Dear Metro Parks Board members: Following on the request submitted last week, we are writing to state more fully our reasons for seeking a community meeting prior to Board action on the proposed E. S. Rose Park lease amendment. As... Continue Reading →

ES Rose Park Flyer- Sept. 4th Meeting (Click on this link to view.)

Why Edgehill Needs a Neighborhood Conservation Overlay

For over two years, proponents of the Overlay have consulted with Metro Planning and theHistorical Commission to consider the most effective tools to preserve the Edgehill neighborhood and guide its future development. The Conservation Overlay, as opposed to a Historic... Continue Reading →

Conservation OverlayBrochure (Click on this link to view.)


1. The first step in getting our overlay was Wednesday, June 20th, 2:00 pm, Metro Historic Zoning Commission, Sonny West Conference Center, 700 2nd Ave South • THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT! THE HISTORIC ZONING COMMISSION VOTED UNANIMOUSLY TO SUPPORT OUR... Continue Reading →

Ordinance BL2018-1245

Bill BL2018-1245 An ordinance to amend Title 17 of the Metropolitan Code of Laws, the Zoning Ordinance of The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County by applying a Neighborhood Conservation Overlay District to various properties along South Street, Villa... Continue Reading →

Community flyer distributed June 16th

To print this for distribution, please click on link Overlay Information     

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