Jeff Syracuse Metro Council District 15
Donelson Christmas Tree Lighting and Closing out 2020
It’s time for the 2020 Donelson Christmas Tree Lighting! Join us LIVE Sunday, December 13, 4:00pm on the Hip Donelson Facebook page.
It’s a different kind of tree lighting this year for a couple of reasons. For safety we are hosting this virtually. In addition, the location begins a new era as we begin to utilize our new civic space in front of where the new library will be.
Please consider driving by and dropping off an unwrapped toy for the Metro Police Christmas Charities, started by District 15’s very own Chief Joe Casey. Those who donate a toy will receive a coupon for a complimentary Bacon Popcorn at Homegrown Taproom & Kitchen!
Thanks to District 15 Beautification Commissioner Michele Mazzu, Hip Donelson, The Donelson Gateway Project, JVI Secret Gardens and Donelson Cafe and Catering for all coming together to make this event possible.
Click here to review Mayor Cooper’s Transportation Plan for Nashville. As the Mayor’s Office describes is, this is a “people-focused approach to help set us up better for grant opportunities”. There is no direct funding appropriated with this plan. It does help identify the infrastructure needs with “critical projects for community resilience, neighborhood livability, shared prosperity, and system preservation and performance.”
As a reminder as we close out 2020, here are a few resources to help you navigate these very difficult times:
- Call 211 to reach the United Way, who is a critical resource for guiding you for various resources.
- Affordable Housing Resources also has two programs to help with rent. Contact AHR at (615) 251-0025, Extension 0 or email email@example.com
- The Financial Empowerment Center stands ready to help you navigate these very difficult times for so many. See below for their contact info.
As always, don’t hesitate to call me if I can be of service. My cell is 615-886-9906. I wish you and your families a very Happy Holidays. Despite the extraordinary times we’re living in,