To our 13,000 residents: downtown is ready.
To our 75,000 employees: downtown is ready.
To our 400 restaurants and shops: downtown is ready.
To the millions who visit: downtown is ready.
After silencing the music to flatten the curve of the COVID-19 pandemic, Nashville is starting to raise the volume again. SAFELY. As the economic engine of the greater Nashville region and heart of Music City, downtown is ready.
Effective Friday, July 3, businesses and individuals must observe necessary changes due to a return to Phase Two of the Roadmap to Reopening Nashville, with modifications. On this journey we are ALL responsible for creating a safe neighborhood and ensuring that we do not lose our hard-earned progress of reopening.
As we move through the phases of reopening our economy safely, the Nashville Downtown Partnership is here to be a resource, a sounding board, a champion for your business.
We are amplifying our DOWNTOWN SAFE + STRONG and ask for your participation. This recovery campaign serves all of us:
For businesses, it conveys a sense of solidarity and pride while we reopen safely;
For those who live, work or play downtown, it is a reminder that the heart of the city is strong, and we ALL share the responsibility of creating a safe neighborhood so we don’t lose our hard-earned progress of reopening.
WHAT WE’RE DOING
1) We’re installing sidewalk decals and with the DOWNTOWN SAFE + STRONG logo to help share the spirit of downtown.
2) We’re distributing DOWNTOWN SAFE + STRONG window clings for your storefronts.
3) We're launching an economic boost program exclusively for downtown businesses - and invite you to be a part of it! (see below - don't miss out!)
WHAT DOWNTOWN BUSINESSES CAN DO
1) Help us spread the word! Use the DOWNTOWN SAFE + STRONG media tool kit HERE and:
2) Let us know if you'd like a window cling to put up in your storefront, we'll prioritize getting one to you; email email@example.com
Downtown is Safe. Downtown is Strong.
Together, we can start the music again.
- Visit our COVID-19 Updates page to understand how the virus impacts downtown and what we're doing to keep our streets and common spaces clean and safe.
- Visit asafenashville.org to fully understand all information and resources from Metro Nashville Public Health and Mayor Cooper's office.
- Visit our Dining Updates page for a list of downtown restaurants and their operations status.
- Visit our Shopping Updates page for a list of downtown retailers and their operations status.