Community Advisory Panel
"Permittee’s shall implement a public involvement/participation program. Elements of the program may include participation opportunities such as; local stormwater management work groups, public notices of MS4 related meetings and public hearings, recruiting education volunteers, a citizens’ stormwater advisory council, volunteer stream monitoring programs, storm drain marking, riparian plantings or stream clean-up events, and involvement of the public with program coordination, detection of illicit discharges and monitoring efforts. The program must include a mechanism for citizen reporting of illegal spillage, dumping, or otherwise illicit disposal of materials into the MS4 system."
- Meets the third Thursday of each month
- 9:00 a.m.
- Community Development Services Office, 318 N. Main Street
- Rose Baker
- Mike Bertotti
- Kourtney Crutcher
- Paul Davis
- Greg Edrington
- Warren Garrett
- Chris Lamus
- Dr. Ritchie Taylor
- Clarke Willey
Minutes are available following approval.
Aquatic ecosystems-streams, rivers, wetlands, and estuaries-are under considerable pressure from human activities, including incorrect disposal of trash. Preserving and restoring the quality of freshwater and marine environments requires that we are understand how much trash we create, what we do with that trash, and how we can prevent it from entering our waterways.
The City of Goodlettsville’s Adopt-a-Street program provides a way to show pride in our community and is a great and inexpensive project that generates publicity and recognition for your group. The program allows interested groups an opportunity to clean a specific area of a street’s right-of-way.
Volunteers are asked to conduct four clean-ups a year alongside the adopted route with the City providing clean-up materials and disposal. After your first clean-up, your group’s name is placed on the City of Goodlettsville’s Adopt-a-Street signage which will be placed on your adopted route. Recommended roadway coverage will be about a 1/2 mile in length and cover both sides of the road.
In 2019/2020, 1220 lbs of trash was removed from Goodlettsville streets.
Adopt-a-Street Introduction Information (PDF)
List of Available Streets to be Adopted - Coming Soon
List of Adopted Streets
|Adopted Street||Clean-up Group|
|Rivergate Parkway West||City of Goodlettsville|
|Long Hollow Pike (I-65 to Caldwell)||Twelve Stones HOA|
|Conference Drive South||Seventh Day Adventist Church|
|W. Cedar Street||Metro Baptist|
|Dry Creek Road||Johnson Family|
|Main Street||Goodlettsville Church of Christ|
|Conference Drive||First Bank|
|Northcreek Blvd.||Edward Jones|
|Old Dickerson Pike||Denver Schimming/Sheila Hobson|
|Alta Loma Road||Matthews Family|
|Bluebird Drive||Larry Hale Allstate|
How to Adopt-a-Street
Goodlettsville’s Adopt-a-Street contact:
318 N. Main Street
Goodlettsville, TN 37072
Check out these documents to learn more about the Adopt-a-Street program:
- Memorandum of Understanding (PDF)
- Adopt-a-Street Waiver (PDF)
- Volunteer Waiver (PDF)
- Safety Guidelines (PDF)
- Clean-up Report (This form may be submitted online using Internet Explorer only or printed.)
The City of Goodlettsville requires all Adopt-a-Street volunteers to watch this seven minute video from the Tennessee Department of Transportation:
Volunteer Training Video
Recent Clean-Ups include:
Mansker's Creek - November 2020
Mansker's Creek - April 2019
Slater's Creek and Mansker's Creek - September 2018
See photos & event totals (PDF)
Mansker's Creek, Slater's Creek and Dry Creek - June 2018
See photos & event totals (PDF)
Mansker's Creek/Williamson Road, Dry Creek/Gateway and Old Dickerson, Slater's Creek, Dickerson Pike North, Two Mile Pike/Hollywood St./Drake St. - September 2017
See photos, (PDF) See Event Totals (PDF)
Mansker's Creek/Williamson Road, Dry Creek/Dry Creek Road, Cartwright Street, Exits 97 & 98 - March 2017
See the areas we cleaned, how much trash we collected, and the volunteers whom made it all possible. (PDF)
Mansker's, Dry and Slater's - October 2016 - See photos, See Event Totals (PDF)
Mansker's - April 2016
See the areas we cleaned, how much trash we collected, and the volunteers whom made it all possible (PDF).
We've had hundreds of volunteers assist with stream clean-ups and have successfully removed thousands of pounds of trash, debris, and hazardous waste from our creeks. Still, more help is needed. Join us for our next clean-up and help make a positive difference in the life of your stream and your water quality!