Community planning in Nashville is a collaborative process. Our Community Design planners work with community stakeholders to create large- and small-area plans which balance the community's varying needs to arrive at a common vision.
Community involvement is always at the center of the planning process, shaping growth that preserves our city’s character and development that reinforces and enhances Nashville’s uniqueness.
Building community consensus
A charrette is a series of public workshops held on-site over a short period of time. Charrettes includes a variety of stakeholders and participants and offer a very effective way to focus citizen participation.
Community input from a West Trinity Lane charrette in November 2017 is a vital part of the planning process in this area. Details, including presentations and documents, are linked below.
Learn more about the West Trinity Charrette
Updated drafts of the Haynes Trinity small area plan and the draft policy map were posted December 29.
Please contact planners Dara Sanders at firstname.lastname@example.org or Anita McCaig at email@example.com with any questions.
The plan is currently scheduled for a public hearing during the January 11, 2018 Planning Commission meeting.
- Friday, January 5, 2018 – Staff report posted here and on the Planning Department's main webpage
- Thursday, January 11, 2018 at 4 p.m. – Public Hearing at the Planning Commission meeting to amend policy for various places in the study area