In addition to the requirement for Homeowner/Landlords to provide complete information and contact information for themselves and their tenants to the HOA Property Manager & HOA Board, Landlords are required to Annually register their properties with Metro. For your convenience, a link to that form is included on out Rental Policy page (at the bottom).
From Metro Property Standards Code and Metro Zoning Code (insert in your property tax bill 2017/18)
- High grass and weeds – grass and weeds can’t be over 12 inches high (BH CCRs restrict to maximum 8 inches high).
- Inoperable or unlicensed vehicles – all vehicles have to run and have current tags.
- Vehicles parked on the grass – all motor vehicles must be parked on a hard surface (asphalt, concrete, or gravel) [BH HOA limits parking to: in your driveway area or in your garage]
- Unpermitted vehicle repair – major vehicle repair or repair for hire is not allowed on residential property.
- Premises Identification – all properties must have the numerical address displayed on the building or on the mailbox.
- Yard areas – open storage of junk, trash, debris, furniture items, old construction materials, automobile parts, tires, etc. is prohibited.
- Dilapidated structure – all structures must be maintained to meet minimum Property Maintenance code requirements.
- Fences – all fences must be made from materials designed for that purpose, be maintained in good condition and must meet the required height and setback requirements. [BH HOA has specific material allowed, location, minimum setback, and maximum height requirements].
- Unpermitted business activity on residential property – unless the activity meets the requirements for a home occupation permit, business use of residential property is not allowed.
- All Short Term Rental Properties (STRP) must have a valid permit before they can be advertised and rented.
Q: How do I request Police Radar or Traffic Enforcement near my home?
A: The Traffic Division has responsibility for all of Davidson County. You can call the traffic office at 615-862-7738. The Patrol Precinct where you live also has authority and equipment to conduct such traffic enforcement. You may call one or both of these offices. Bradford Hills neighborhood is in the Midtown Hills precinct. 615-880-1411
click here to download .pdf => Elected officials
As requested at the Annual Meeting, a contact list for elected officials is provided for on the website. Go to Menu bar, select “Government Services” then select “Elected Officials” from the drop down menu.
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)
(202) 456-1111 SWBD (202) 456-1414
Sen Lamar Alexander
Sen Bob Corker
US House (TN-5)
Rep Jim Cooper
TN Senate 20
Sen Steven Dickerson
TN House 53 *
Rep Jason Powell
TN House 56 *
Speaker / Rep Beth Harwell
- *Bradford Hills is split into two different House districts
Metro Nashville Mayor
Metro Council 4
Metro School Board 2
Dr. Jo Ann Brannon
Metro Emergency 9-1-1
Non-emergency (615) 862-8600
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.
The Department of Public Works for the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County welcomes your request for information, service, feedback, or comments via phone at (615) 862-8750 or through the use of our on-line customer service desk (LINK ABOVE).
The on-line customer service desk is staffed Monday – Friday, 7:00AM-5:00PM and closed on Metro Holidays.
On the form below, please be sure to make a selection from the drop down box (request alley clean-up, report graffiti, traffic signal problems, etc.) so that your request can be directed quickly.
Street Sweeping Schedule
The next street sweeping is scheduled for Tuesday, Nov 17, 2015 in our neighborhood. Be sure to keep your vehicles and trash cans off the street, especially that day. Actual day they perform this service may vary due to weather.
MWS (Metro Water Services) conducts street sweeping to remove debris from our streets and prevent it from entering our storm drains. Storm drains lead straight to the nearest creek or stream and are meant for rainwater only. The street sweeping schedule is posted on the Nashville Water Service site, in the “NEWS” section, and updated monthly.
For questions about this schedule, please contact Metro Water Services Customer Services Center (615) 862-4600 Option 4.
Schedule Subject To Change.
You should stop getting telemarketing calls after your number has been on the Do Not Call Registry for 31 days: https://www.donotcall.gov/
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