Cherokee Park Frequently Asked Questions
Occurs every Wednesday in Cherokee Park. Place the cart at least 3 feet from any stationary object such as a mailbox or another cart. Items that are placed outside the trash cart or in other containers will not be picked up. Please remove your cart from the street by 7:00 p.m. on pick-up day.
One trash can is allotted per house. You can request an additional bin by calling 615-862-5000. Residential properties are capped at two trash bins. Additional recycling bins are provided at no cost. (see below).
Curbside recycling service ("Curby") in Cherokee Park occurs on the second Wednesday of each month. Recyclables go in the green cart (non-recylable garbage goes in the brown carts). Place your cart with the arrow on the lid pointing toward the street. Acceptable items are: plastic bottles labeled 1 - 7, dairy containers (margarine, yogurt, sour cream, etc. labeled 1 – 7), mixed paper (newspaper, magazines, junk mail, etc.), cardboard, aluminum cans, tin cans, and empty aerosol cans.
Please don't place the following items in your green Curby carts: glass, trash, Styrofoam, plastic bags/wraps, black plastic, clamshells (fast food take out), film, toys, or wraps, large plastic items, pesticides, herbicides, motor oil containers, solvents, paint, or microwave containers.
To order an additional recycling cart, please call 615-862-5000. You can also inquire about composting bins by calling this number.
Communicating with Neighbors
The CPNA maintains an active listserv that acts as an online bulletin board for residents. To sign up to receive notifications, please use the Contact form on this site.
Look for the CPNA on Facebook, too.
While Cherokee Park is considered a family friendly neighborhood, we do have our share of primarily petty crime. For a look at crime in Nashville, visit this Nashville area crime map.
Check out links to various Nashville Public Safety resources.
Make sure you report all criminal activity. For emergencies, dial 911. For urgent non-emergencies, please dial 615-862-8600. This includes all acts of petty vandalism and theft, car break ins, mail theft and other “nuisance” crimes. Reporting these activities improves patrolling in our area.
If you need to report other criminal activity, please click here.
You can find the 2018-2019 brush and leaf collection schedule by clicking on this link. Dates listed on the calendar are the first day of brush collection for a given area, and brush collection will generally continue for 7-10 days after the start of the brush collection period. For more information about brush collection, including how to sign up to receive email reminders from Metro Nashville about upcoming collection days, please click here.
Cherokee Park is on Metro Nashville’s Bus Route, which runs along West End Avenue. There are bus stops at the intersections of West End Avenue and Wilson, Lauderdale, Mockingbird and Cherokee Road.
Lost Pet? Found Pet?
To visit the Cherokee Park Neighborhood Pet Directory, please click here.