Thank you to Macy's and the Nashville Tree Foundation for the 10 trees planted on Earth Day in Green Hills Park. Macy's paid for the trees and provided the labor; Nashville Tree Foundation helped them select our park and provided expertise in planting. They look great! They are bur oaks, nuttal oaks, and bald cypress.
The trees will be especially nice for the benches by the new wetlands area- where ducks were recently spotted!
Metro Sidewalk/Bike path plan - fill out this survey and mark on this map!
Metro is updating its sidewalk and bike plan - and even before any public meetings, you can make your voice heard through this short community survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/RNHG7L5
Also, please mark the sidewalks and bike paths that you want on this interactive map: http://wikimapping.com/wikimap/Nashville-Davidson-County-Strategic-Plan-for-Sidewalks-and-Bikeways.html. It's pretty cool - it allows you to draw lines showing where sidewalks are needed.
Save the Date for Bike to Work Day: May 20, 2016
This year's Green Hills route for Bike to Work Day will start in Green Hills Park. We'll meet in the Park, ride to Green Hills Library, go to Sevier Park, down 12th Avenue South to Demonbreun, turn on 2nd Avenue North and meet bikers from all over the city at the Historic Courthouse. More info, including a map and the time for meeting, will be posted soon.
Friends of Green Hills Park is a 501(c)(3) non-profit dedicated to improving our neighborhood park, building community, and increasing walk and bike connectivity to nearby green spaces where we love to walk and play.