6300 Hillsboro Pike, Nashville TN 37215 • phone 615/372-8677 fax 615/372-8680 • email@example.com
Some 225 vehicles visited Forest Hills' Fall Recycling Clean Out, bringing over 10 tons of materials including 2,700 pounds of donated goods, 5,000 pounds of scrap metal, and 6,000 pounds of electronics.
The City of Forest Hills will elect two commissioners on Tuesday, November 4.
Voting is at Hillsboro Presbyterian Church, 5820 Hillsboro Pike, from 7am to 7pm.
John Lovell Henry Trost
Candidates are Vice Mayor John Lovell and Cultural and Natural Resources chair Henry Trost. About the candidates
Current Mayor Bill Coke is not running for reelection, and Commissioner Lanson Hyde’s term expires in 2016. Commissioners will chose the next mayor from among themselves at the November meeting of the Board of Commissioners. Early voting schedule
The Federal Emergency Management Agency has issued a preliminary Flood Insurance Rate Map and, where applicable, a Flood Insurance Study reflecting proposed flood hazard determinations in Davidson County.
Preliminary maps are available here for Otter Creek, Granny White, the Little Harpeth, and Richland Creek.
You will be able to appeal the proposed information. The 90-day period for appeal ends October 31. All appeals must be filed with the City of Forest Hills. Download appeal criteria
For more information contact the City at 615/372-8677 or email the City Manager.