Neighborhood Watch

A few neighbors have inquired about re-starting a Neighborhood Watch in Bradford Hills.  We are exploring opportunities to get one going.  You can find a link to an informational document below.  Please email Board @ BradfordHillsHomes . com to add your name to a list of interested neighbors.  We look forward to your participation.

Click here => Neighborhood Watch Planning Guide (4)

Elected Officials Contact List

AT the Annual Meeting, there was a request for a list of elected officials.  Here you go.

Click here to download .pdf => Elected officials

ELECTED OFFICIALS CONTACT INFORMATION (updated 5-5-17)

FEDERAL

US President
Donald Trump
(202) 456-1111 SWBD (202) 456-1414
www.whitehouse.gov/contact

US Senate
Sen Lamar Alexander
(202) 224-4944
www.Alexander.Senate.gov/public/index.cfm?p=Email

US Senate
Sen Bob Corker
(202) 224-3344
www.Corker.Senate.gov/public/index.cfm/emailme

US House (TN-5)
Rep Jim Cooper
(202) 225-4311
www.cooper.house.gov

TENNESSEE

Tennessee Governor
Bill Haslam
(615) 741-2001
www.TN.gov/governor

TN Senate 20
Sen Steven Dickerson
(615) 741-6679
sen.steven.dickerson@capitol.tn.gov

TN House 53 *
Rep Jason Powell
(615) 741-6861
Rep.Jason.Powell@capitol.tn.gov

TN House 56 *
Speaker / Rep Beth Harwell
(615) 741-0709
Speaker.Beth.Harwell@capitol.tn.gov

METRO-NASHVILLE

Metro Nashville Mayor
Megan Barry
(615) 862-6000
mayor@Nashville.gov

Metro Council 4
Robert Swope
(615) 862-6780
robert.swope@nashville.gov

Metro School Board 2
Dr. Jo Ann Brannon
(615) 833-5976
JoAnn.Brannon@mnps.org

Metro Emergency 9-1-1

Non-emergency (615) 862-8600

2017 Annual Meeting Notice & Information

Your official 2017 Annual Meeting notice was mailed to all homeowners of record the week of April 13, 2017.  Homeowners living in Bradford Hills should have received their notice in their mailboxes by Saturday, April 15.

The Annual Meeting will be held on Thursday, May 4 starting at 6:30 PM.  Registration begins at 6:10.  The meeting will be held at the Shayne Elementary School, 6217 Nolensville Pike, Nashville, TN 37211 in the school cafeteria. Park in front of the school, Enter from the cafeteria doors around the south side of the building.  We will have some directional signs to help you.

Included in the envelope:

(1)  Official Notice
(2) April 2017 Newsletter, and
(3) Official Proxy for you to vote (submit in advance or bring to meeting with you)

Attached are copies of items 1 and 2.  If you need another copy of the proxy to vote, homeowners may obtain another one at the Annual Meeting.  Questions?  Contact Kim Raymer, Community Manager via KimRaymer(@)DFloydAsoc.com

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Nolensville Rd Update – Jan 2017

Nolensville Rd widening  (Jan 2017 Update)
The TN Department of Transportation is in the appraisal and acquisition process for Phase I (North of Mill Creek to SR-254 Old Hickory Blvd). Pending the availability of construction funding, Phase I is anticipated to begin construction in the fourth quarter of 2018. Construction of Phase I is anticipated to take a minimum of two years. The Department will begin the appraisal and acquisition process for Phase II (South of Burkitt Road at the county line to North of Mill Creek) while construction of Phase I is ongoing. The Department is continuing with the development of Phase II ROW plans at this time. A public design meeting has been scheduled internally by the Department for March 2, 2017. This meeting will allow members of the community to learn about Phase II of the project and provide comments and concerns. Additional details concerning the meeting and public notices will be issued in the coming weeks.

2017 Annual Dues Statement

PAY YOUR 2017 DUES BY DECEMBER 15, 2016 AND TAKE A $9.00 DISCOUNT.

Your board established the 2017 annual dues at $119.00 for each
lot/home. The dues are payable IN ADVANCE for the calendar year
and are due on January 1 each year.
Your board also established a discounted rate for those paying their
2017 dues promptly by December 15, 2016. This discount is a $9.00
savings (7.5% savings) and is available to all homeowners in good
standing. The “early payment” paid-in-full rate is $110.00.
For any LATE PAYMENTS,  interest will be applied retroactively to January 1 and continue until paid in full.

Annual dues notices were mailed the week of Nov 14, 2016, to all homeowners of record.

If you need a copy of the dues notice, please feel free to download an additional copy here.
2017 Annual Dues Invoice => click here =>  2017-bhhoa-dues-notice

Rental, Leasing, Home-Sharing Policy

The owner of each property is responsible for the actions and behaviors of all residents and guests.  This includes all persons who may have a rental, lease, or other homesharing arrangement with the owner.  The following is the Rental policy as established by the HOA Board.  (Click to download .pdf version of text – 2 pages)

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Rental, Leasing, Home-Sharing Policy

Bradford Hills Homeowners Association

Bradford Hills is a planned unit development limited to single family residential occupancy and is subject to Metro zoning, ordinances, and Bradford Hills HOA legal documents and rules.

The homeowner is the responsible party, regardless of the residence being occupied by guests or persons renting, leasing, or other forms of home-sharing, including roommates.

  1. The homeowner shall provide current contact information for each lot to the HOA including the property address, owners name, telephone/voice mail, AND e-mail address. If the owner is either a corporate owner (Trust, LLC, Corp., etc), they shall provide the name of the “trustee”, “partner”, “owner”, “member” who is authorized to represent the owning entity. Any absentee owner shall provide and maintain the owner’s current mailing address and contact information. All contact information shall be available to the HOA Board, our Property Manager, and others utilized by the HOA Board in managing the HOA.

  2. OCCUPANCY: Single Family: “Family” means for purposes of this chapter, an individual, or two or more persons related by blood, marriage or law, or, unless otherwise required by federal or state law, a group of not more than three unrelated persons living together in a dwelling unit. (Metro Code 16.24.030)

  3. PARKING: All vehicles are to be parked in driveways areas (or in the garage). (CCRs)

    1. No parking or storage of buses, tractor-trailers, recreational vehicles or motor homes, house trailers, trailers, junk or wrecked or non-operational vehicles. (CCRs and rules)

    2. No parking on lawn areas (HOA rules and Metro Code 12.40.) Within 30′ of intersection or stop sign, within 15′ of fire hydrant, in front of a mailbox or private driveway, while facing the wrong direction, or obstructing vehicular traffic. (Metro Code 12.40.)

  4. BUSINESS OPERATED FROM RESIDENCE: No clients or patrons may be served on the property. Business shall not be advertised by signs, exterior displays or interior displays of goods visible from the outside, or any exhibit whatsoever that would indicate that the dwelling unit is being utilized for any purpose other than a residence. Offensive noise, vibration, smoke, dust or other particulate matter, odorous matter, heat, humidity, glare, or other objectionable effects shall not be permitted.   (Metro Code 17.16.250)

  5. NO DISASSEMBLY OF VEHICLES: No vehicle shall be disassembled and worked on in any area of the recorded subdivision. (CCRs)

  6. MAINTENANCE OF STRUCTURES AND GROUNDS: Homeowner is responsible for maintaining lawn, landscaping, shrubbery and trees, including mowing, watering, pruning, and otherwise keeping the structure in good order and repair and free of rubbish. This includes painting and other actions of good property management. (CCRs)

    1. Trash (and recycling bins) are to be stored within your garage or otherwise screened from street view and neighbors except when curbside for pick-up from the night before until returned to storage following pick-up that day. (site)

  7. ARCHITECTURAL CONTROL: Plans must be submitted and approved by the HOA Architectural Review Committee in advance of your project start. This applies to all exterior changes and additions to your residential structure and lot. This includes (but is not limited to) such common actions as installing a swing set or playground equipment, installing or replacing a fence (limited to backyard areas only), adding, expanding, or replacing a deck or deck stairs, adding or replacing a covered, screened-in, or enclosed deck or patio. See our property manager or review our legal documents and rules for more details. (CCRs, Bylaws) NOTE: It is the responsibility of the homeowner to obtain all necessary permits and variances, and comply with all building codes in addition to completing HOA requirements.

  8. ANIMALS: Dogs, cats, and other household pets may be kept inside. At no time shall pets be allowed to roam freely or allowed to disturb neighbors by barking or other loud noises. (CCRs)

    1. No Permits are issued by Metro for the keeping of chickens (domesticated hens) in any area of the recorded subdivision. (Metro Code 8.12.020)

  9. EXCESSIVE NOISE: Governed by Metro Code which states that noise can not be plainly audible beyond your property line. (Metro Code 11.12.070)

  10. COPY OF ALL PERMITS: A copy of all permits issued for the property must be provided to the HOA Board and Property Manager. This includes Landlord registration, STRP, etc. (HOA rules)

  11. COPY OF LEASE: A copy of all leases issued for the property must be provided to the HOA Board and Property Manager upon request. This will include all tenant names and contact info (phone and email) for all legal tenants. (HOA rules)

Approved by BH Board 10/25/2016