2015 Nashville Mayoral Candidate Q&A
In commemoration of National Preservation Month, Historic Nashville asked the 2015 mayoral candidates several important questions regarding preservation, planning and the future of Nashville.
As HNI Board President Brian Tibbs stated in his oped in the Tennessean, "Our next mayor must set the tone for keeping Nashville unique. Or we risk losing our city's soul and becoming Anywhere, USA."
Now Accepting Nashville Nine Nominations!
Nomination Deadline is July 15th
Want to know what you can do to help preserve our city's valued historic treasures? One way is to contribute to our Preservation Revolving Fund. Another is to nominate a property for this year's Nashville Nine list in order to bring the public’s attention to the city’s most endangered landmarks, including historic houses, park buildings, civic landmarks, commercial buildings, neighborhood schools, churches and even neon signs.
What is the Nashville Nine?
Since 2009, Historic Nashville has published the annual Nashville Nine, a list of nine of the city’s historic properties most endangered by demolition, neglect or development. Every year the Nashville Nine is compiled through a public nomination process revealing historic buildings and places that matter to the people of our city. Click here to find out more.
How do I nominate a property?
Click on the "Submit a Nashville Nine Nomination" button below.
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Historic Easement Program
A preservation easement is a voluntary legal agreement that protects a significant historic or cultural resource. An easement provides assurance to the owner of an historic or cultural property that the property's intrinsic values will be preserved through subsequent ownership. In addition, the owner may obtain substantial tax benefits.Learn More