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2nd Avenue Rebuild

    Restoring 2nd Avenue by Civic Design Center: Metro Development and Housing Agency – Latest Renderings:

    2nd Avenue Strong  Community Alert from Mayor Cooper:Mayor John Cooper has declared a civil emergency with a  curfew in place that started at 4:30pm yesterday and will last until 4:30pm on Sunday, Dec. 27. The area under curfew is between First Avenue and Fourth Avenue and from Broadway to James Robertson Parkway. All businesses within that area are to remain closed. This curfew is important as this is an active crime scene for the FBI, ATF, Metro Nashville Police Department, and Metro Nashville Fire Department. Mayor Cooper has notified that if someone identifies them self and the reasonneed to get to a business, Metro Police will allow you into the impacted area except for on 2nd Avenue.  Photo ID and destination are required before entry in to the area currently closed due to the curfew.  Note that the non-emergency number of 615-862-8600 is not working right now. You can go online to to get updated information. Thank you… Read More »2nd Avenue Strong



        NASCAR Champion’s Week Fan Fest
        Nashville’s Riverfront Park will be transformed to NASCAR Champion’s Week Fan Fest.
        Activation will include a display of all sixteen race cars that competed in the 2019 Monster
        Energy Series Playoffs, Official Partner displays, amplified social media engagement, autograph
        sessions, giveaways, and more.
        • Dates:

        • December 3rd | 12:00PM – 8:00 PM
        • December 4th | 12:00PM – 8:00 PM
        • December 5th | 12:00 PM – 4:00 PM

        • Location: Riverfront Park / Court of Flags / Train Depot & Station

        In an effort to minimize the event’s impact on your residence or business, we are taking this
        opportunity to inform you of the dates and times for all street closures related to the event.
        Monday December 2
        6:00 AM – 10:00 PM
        • Close 1st Ave cut out area (East side of street) just south of Broadway.

        Monday December 2
        6:00 AM – 10:00 PM
        • Close 1st Ave cut out area (East side of street) just south of Broadway.


        Special Thanks!

          Thanks again to all of our sponsors without your contribution this year’s high-rise in honky tonk would have not been a success. A big thank you from everyone at The DISTRICT. Please check out our sponsor page to learn more

          HIGH RISES & HONKY TONKS 2019

            October 10, 2019 | 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm CDT | PRESALE WELCOME Welcome to the 33nd Annual High Rises & Honky Tonks Progressive Party for The DISTRICT. As most of you know, this is The DISTRICT’s only fundraiser for the year and we could not do what we do without your support. Thank you for being a part of this year’s event. This year we will start with appetizers and drinks at The Fairlane Hotel located at 401 Union Street. The second stop will be The Bobby Hotel located at 230 4th Avenue North, which will include our presentation to Judy Steel Bayer, out Sprit of The District Award recipient, along with more great food and drinks and out famous silent auction.

            Wine On The River 09/07!

              THE DISTRICT NASHVILLE IS PROUD TO PARTNER WITH THE WINE ON THE RIVER! ABOUT WINE ON THE RIVER NASHVILLE The 17th Annual Wine on the River Nashville Join us on Saturday, September 7th, 2019 from 3pm-7pm as we travel through different regions spanning the globe. Sample wine, beer, and spirits specific to a certain region. Restaurants featuring culturally themed menus will also have food available for purchase. Take a break from your travels and enjoy the soothing sounds of live music. Wine on the River Nashville will be making it’s way to its new home at Riverfront Park! Wine On the River is a rain or shine event and no refunds will be given.

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                We can’t fix the litter problem overnight. But we should all do our part to help stop littering. Litter prevention and pickup efforts are critical to keeping roadways safe and maintaining the natural beauty of Tennessee. TDOT spends approximately $15 million annually on the programs described in this report and right-of-way litter pickup contracts.  Tennesseans care about preserving the scenic beauty of their communities. The Citizen’s Litter Prevention Hotline is an educational tool to remind those who engage in littering that their actions are hurtful to the state and to their community.  TDOT maintains the toll-free hotline at 1-877-8-LITTER (877-854-8837.)  Citizens can also report a littering incident online at home/environmental-highway-beautification-office/litter.html.