Traffic Calming Petition: Friends of Green Hills Park is preparing an application for a traffic calming district to include at least Belmont Park Terrace from Arden Place to Shackleford and Belmont Park Terrace from Lone Oak to Harding. Do you support slowing traffic near Green Hills Park? If so, please click here to sign a petition and tell us which streets you would like included, and why.
Your donations at work in the park:
Thank you Predators Foundation! Friends of Green Hills Park has received a $3,750 grant to start our log obstacle course. It will be located near the playground. Look for work on this project to begin this summer.
This check was presented to Friends of Green Hills President Lora Barkenbus Fox on May 2. The Predators Foundation distributed checks totaling $675,962 that day to 144 non-profits in Middle Tennessee. What an amazing organization! Thank you Nashville Preds!
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.
|The next Green Hills Park Festival will be September 15, 2018||