Nashvilleâ€™sÂ 12SouthÂ andÂ Belmont/HillsboroÂ neighborhoods are home to one of Nashvilleâ€™s many public spaces, Sevier Park. Sevier Park is a great, large area with an abundance of trees, shading, and also home to the Metro Historical Commission and Historic Zoning Commission offices, located inside the historic Sunnyside mansion on the parksâ€™ property.
Currently, area residents are in the process of forming an organization to help maintain this Nashville park. The organization is composed of 12South and Belmont/Hillsboro Neighborhood Association members and an invitation has been extended to residents of the Sunnyside, Battlemont and Waverly Place neighborhoods to join in.
The purpose of this organization is to be a friends group for Sevier Park, helping raise funds and maintain the park facilities. While currently in the initial stage of recruitment, the group has its sights set on the long-term plans of obtaining non-profit status and going before the Metro Parks board for approval of said status.
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