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Quarterly Neighborhood Leadership Gatherings are an opportunity for residents and neighborhood leaders across the metropolitan area to meet on a regular basis to get to know one another and discuss issues common to our neighborhoods.
The gatherings are held at a different MNPD precinct each quarter. It takes 2 years for the gatherings to make its way around the metropolitan area.
PAST GATHERINGS
May 2019 - Midtown Hills Precinct
Rev. Howard Jones, Kia Jarmon, and Dr. Daniel LeBreton shared in a panel discussion on, "Behave! Getting Your Neighbors to Do the Right Thing."
 
February 2019 - East Precinct
Panel discussion on the topic, ​"Development in Nashville: Preservation vs. Change." Our most popular gathering to date with over 140 in attendance.
November 2018 - North Precinct
Lawrence Hall, the newest director of the Mayor's Office of Neighborhoods and Community Engagement, met with neighborhood leaders to discuss the future of this office. How can it better serve neighborhoods?
August 2018 - South Precinct
Neighborhood leaders continued their discussion from the previous quarter on barriers to effective resident and neighborhood engagement in the Metro planning process.
May 2018 - West Precinct
Metro Planning Commissioner Pearl Sims and Metro Planning Staffer Lee Jones discussed current planning policies and procedures and responded to questions and concerns shared by neighborhood leaders.
February 2018 - Madison Precinct
Erin Williams, from the Mayor's Office of Neighborhoods and Community Engagement, came to share with neighborhood leaders details on the new HubNashville program.