Relocate to Bellevue

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A GREAT PLACE TO LIVE, WORK & PLAY

Bellevue is a tight-knit community with beautiful neighborhoods, great shopping, excellent schools, the meandering Harpeth River and some of the most beautiful parks in the state. We are a family-oriented community with all the benefits of suburban living, and only 15-20 minutes to downtown Nashville.

Opportunity Lives Here.

Bellevue has the best of both worlds. On one hand, it boasts quiet, natural beauty of small-town America, with affordable homes. On the other, it sits at the doorstep of big-city culture, civic events, world-class venues, and burgeoning economic development.

Suburban Bellevue is one of Nashville’s best-kept secrets, located roughly 13 miles southwest of the city center along Interstate 40.  It is incorporated as part of the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County, and is growing in parallel both residentially and commercially.  

An exceptional place to live, work and play, Bellevue offers affordable homes in family-friendly neighborhoods with beautiful parks, quality sports and recreational facilities, and exceptional educational opportunities for children.

One Bellevue Place

One Bellevue Place is a  one stop destination for shopping, dining and entertainment with everything from retail stores, restaurants, AMC theater, multifamily residential units, a hotel, professional offices, senior living facility, a Regional Community Center and the Bellevue Ford Ice Facility – a practice complex for the Nashville Predators, located at the intersections of I-40 and US 70 South at 7620 Highway 70S in Bellevue, just 10 minutes from downtown Nashville!

http://onebellevueplace.com  https://www.facebook.com/OneBellevuePlace/

Ford Ice Center – Bellevue

The Ford Ice Center – Bellevue is a twin-rink recreational facility, which opened in October 2019. The facility includes a full restaurant, Draft Picks, a Perani’s Hockey World, a Twice Daily and numerous hockey and figure skating programs for children and adults.

The Ford Ice Center 
7638B Hwy 70 S, Nashville, TN 37221
Phone: (615) 744-6640
https://www.nhl.com/predators/fordicecenter/bellevue    https://www.facebook.com/pages/Ford-Ice-Center-Bellevue/848597885484585

Bellevue Regional Community Center

The Bellevue Community Center is a Regional Community Center and is part of Metro Nashville Parks and Recreation featuring a wide variety of activities and programs for people of all ages and abilities. Free senior programming and an after school program for kids.  Fees for fitness memberships and classes are very reasonable, and many activities are free. See https://www.nashville.gov/Parks-and-Recreation/Community-Centers-and-Recreation/Regional-Recreation-Centers/Bellevue-Community-Center.aspx for program offerings and activities..   

7638A Highway 70 South
Nashville, TN 37221
615-862-8435
Monday through Thursday: 6:00 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Friday: 6:00 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Saturday: 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

Utilities

1214 Church St, Nashville, TN 37246
(615) 736-6900
https://www.nespower.com/

5838 River Road
Nashville, TN 37209
615-352-7076
http://www.hvud.com/

83 Century Boulevard
Nashville, TN 37214
1-800-752-7504
http://www.piedmontng.com/

Stephen Francescon
Community Relations Manager
(Cheatham, Davidson, Dickson, Robertson, Rutherford, Sumner, Trousdale, Williamson, Wilson Counties)

(615) 872-2407 Office
(615) 456-6955 Mobile
(615) 872-2308 Fax
stephen.francescon@duke-energy.com

General Trash Collection Info

https://www.nashville.gov/Public-Works/Neighborhood-Services/Trash-Collection.aspx

Waste Industries

7320 Centennial Blvd, Nashville, TN · (615) 350-5901

www.wasteindustries.com

Waste Management

11646 Lebanon Rd, Mt Juliet, TN · (615) 754-9000

4651 Amy Lynn Dr, Nashville, TN · (877) 430-0389

Wm.com

Public Schools

650 Old Hickory Blvd.
Nashville, TN 37209

Gower Elementary was built in 1989 and serves students in grades preK-4. One of Metro Public Schools’ “Hillwood Cluster” schools, Gower is at 650 Old Hickory Blvd., just north of I-40, in Bellevue. As the “Home of the Gators,” the school’s colors are green and white. Gower has an outstanding music department along with highly dedicated teachers.

(615) 353-2012
School website

School Rating: 7 out of 10
greatschools.com

840 Learning Ln.
Nashville, TN 37221

Harpeth Valley Elementary School was founded in 1939 and serves grades K-4. Harpeth Valley, at 7840 Learning Lane, is one of Metro Nashville Public Schools’ top academic elementary schools. Nestled on the western edge of Bellevue along Highway 100, the school was the inspiration for Jeannie C. Riley’s 1968 hit single, “Harper Valley PTA.”

(615) 662-3015
School website

School Rating: 10 out of 10
greatschools.com

655 Colice Jeanne Road
Nashville, TN 37221

Bellevue Middle Prep School sits in the heart of the community at 655 Colice Jeane Road, and is a neighbor to both the BELL Garden and the new Bellevue Branch Library, both serving as learning partners for ‘Middle’ students. The school was founded in 1970 and serves Metro Nashville Public Schools students in grades 5 through 8.

(615) 662-3000
School website

School Rating: 7 out of 10
greatschools.com

Hickory Valley Rd.
Nashville, TN 37205

Located in nearby West Meade, Hillwood High School serves Bellevue’s ninth through twelfth grade students.

(615) 353-2025
School website

School Rating: 4 out of 10
greatschools.com

6641 Clearbrook Drive
Nashville, TN 37205

Westmeade Elementary, a school where we are proud to share the unique and rich cultures of all of our students. As our students share their stories, we are all enriched with deeper understandings of geography and shared human experience.

615-353-2066

School Rating: 5 out of 10
greatschools.com

150 Davidson Road
Nashville, TN 37205 (map)

Office: 
615-353-2020

Welcome to H.G. Hill Middle!  On behalf of everyone at H.G. Hill, please know that we are committed to exceeding expectations, creating a positive school culture and embracing the individuality of the students and families we serve.

https://schools.mnps.org/hg-hill-middle-prep/

Private Schools

7555 Sawyer Brown Rd.
Nashville, TN 37221

Founded in 1971, Nashville Christian School has grown into a thriving Pre-K-12 college-preparatory school that combines faith and learning in a unique, family like atmosphere.

Phone: 615-356-5600

www.nashvillechristian.org

Lower/Middle School
211 Ensworth Avenue
Nashville, TN 37205
(615) 383-0661

High School
7401 Hwy 100
Nashville, TN 37221
(615) 301-5400

www.ensworth.com

809 Percy Warner Blvd
Nashville, TN 37205
(615)-957-3666
info@jmsnashville.org

Welcoming students of all faiths and backgrounds, JMS focuses on the unique academic, emotional and spiritual needs of children in the 5-8th grade years.

http://www.jmsnashville.org

Don’t see your school listed here? Call the Chamber to speak to a representative about Membership.

Community Sports Organizations

BSAA, Inc. works to provide the Bellevue community with the best baseball and softball program with a multi-field ballpark supported by the community, businesses, and families.

Bellevue Sports Athletic Association, Inc.
621 McPherson Dr.
Nashville, TN 37221
Phone : 615-485-1596
info@bsaainc.org

bsaainc.org

Since 1977, the Bellevue Steelers youth football and cheerleading program has created a positive learning environment of boys and girls through its goals of learning, competing, and winning — on the field and in life. The league is a member of the Tennessee Youth Football League (TNYFL). Home games are played on the Bellevue Middle School field, 655 Colice Jeanne Road.

Mailing Address:
Bellevue Athletic Association, Inc.
P.O. Box 210395
Nashville, TN 37221
(615) 500-6904
bellevuesteelers@comcast.net

www.bellevuesteelers.com

Harpeth Youth Soccer Association

http://www.tennesseesoccerclub.org/recreation

HYSA is a non-profit recreational soccer league serving the Nashville area. We play all of our games at the HYSA Soccer Complex located in Bellevue.

Don’t see your sports organization listed here? Call the Chamber to speak to a representative about Membership.

Local Civic Organizations

Exchange Club of Bellevue

Exchange is an all-volunteer, national service organization for men and women who want to serve their community, develop leadership skills and enjoy new friendships.

Regularly scheduled meetings are held on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month at 7:30 am at the Bellevue Diner – 7071 Old Harding Pike, Nashville, TN 37221

See http://bellevue-exchange-club.com/ for more information.

bellevue-exchange-club.com

Mailing Address:
PO Box 218114
Nashville, TN 37221

Bellevue Edible Learning Lab at Bellevue Middle School. Volunteer workdays are Tuesdays from 4-7PM and Saturdays 9AM-12PM.

www.bellgarden.org

Meets periodically. More information can be found at http://www.bellevueharpethhistoricassociation.org/ or call Paula Allen at 615-352-0278.

About Bellevue Branch Library

Bellevue Branch Library opened in January, 2015. The new Bellevue Branch features a children’s area, teen area, computer space, café style coffee and vending area as well as meeting room space.

https://library.nashville.org/locations/bellevue-branch

656 Colice Jeanne Road

Nashville, TN 37221

615-862-8435

Bellevue Community Center is a part of Metro Nashville Parks and Recreation. We offer free senior programming and an after school program for kids!

http://www.nashville.gov/Portals/0/SiteContent/Parks/docs/community/Bellevue%20Activity%20Schedule.pdf

We meet at the FiftyForward Turner Center, located inside the Bellevue-Y at 8101 Hwy 100 in Bellevue 37221

For further information, contact:
Bob Allen, Bellevue History & Genealogy Group
210 Old Hickory Blvd., #14, Nashville, TN 37221 
email: bob@bellevuebob.com * phone: 615-218-4580

Our 26th season of our 13th year providing weekly History & Genealogy programs. All programs are free of charge to Y and FiftyForward members and guests are always welcome. Bring a neighbor or friend and enjoy excellent historical lectures.

Don’t see your organization listed here? Call the Chamber to speak to a representative about Membership.