In these trying times of the coronavirus, the Metropolitan Government continues to work for you, our residents. As part of that effort, the Metropolitan Council has continued to deliberate issues and make decisions that affect you, your home, and your neighborhood. After two meetings held by teleconference that were broadcast and streamed live, the Council is now ready, following the lead of the Metropolitan Planning Commission, to resume its role of considering zoning legislation. Our first public hearing on zoning legislation since the March 5, 2020 meeting will be held on Tuesday, May 5, 2020, at 6:30 p.m.
As a member of our community, you have the right to have a voice in these meetings. The Metropolitan Council is committed to allowing you to participate in Council public hearings from the comfort of your home. This will help to balance public health and social distancing guidelines with the importance of your input as a resident.
Virtual participation is a way to attend and participate in a public meeting. You can virtually attend the meeting and listen to the discussion about items on the agenda.
Use this virtual meeting reference as a guide.
And, please remember, you are always welcome to email the Council or call us if you have concerns about a particular matter. Simply go to www.nashville.gov and click on Government and then the Metro Council. You can find a link to the Councilmembers and their contact information.
If you have any questions prior to the meeting about how to participate, please call us at 615-862-6780.
Here is how you can participate in the Public Hearing: