**Public Notice **  The Town of Nashville Non-Emergency Offices will be closed on Monday, January  21st   for Martin Luther King   Jr., Day.

Therefore, Garbage Services will run as follows: 

Monday  Service will be picked up on Tuesday, January  22nd.

Tuesday Service will be picked up on Wednesday, January 23rd.

Wednesday Service will be picked  up on Thursday, January 24th.

Thursday Service will be picked up on Friday, January 25th.

There will be NO BULK PICK UP during the week of January 21st.

Recycling will  be picked up as regularly scheduled.


Board of Adjustment

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The Board of Adjustment (BOA) provides  flexibility to the city zoning ordinance while maintaining the intent of the regulations.  The BOA is required by state law and acts in a quasi-judicial role, much like a judge in a court, to evaluate and interpret questions which come about concerning the zoning ordinance.  The BOA provides several roles in the overall zoning process including: appeals of any administrative officer;  providing decisions concerning the zoning ordinance or map  when a disagreement over an interpretation occurs between an administrative officer and a member of the public, granting special use permits;  requiring that certain land uses meet  conditions beyond general zoning requirements on a given parcel, and granting variances; to grant relief when hardship results from the strict application of the ordinance’s terms to a particular piece of property.

Board of Adjustment Laws:   State Statute  and   Town Ordinance


  • Ross Strickland – Chairman
  • Pat Daniels
  • Alfred Edwards
  • Dennis Evans
  • Willie Morris
  • Tommy Sasser, Sr.
  • Eddie Thomas

Meeting Schedule

Meetings take place in the Council Chamber at 114 West Church Street.

  •  Meetings are scheduled as needed. Advertisements are placed in local news print media.

If you have interest in serving on this board, please contact Brian Hassell,  Planning & Development Director at 459-4511, x232.