Audience members share their comments on Amy Liu's NashvilleNext presentation at the Nashville Children's Theater, May 6, 2013
Amy Liu, senior fellow of the Brookings Institution, shares her thoughts on NashvilleNext and the Nashville region's potential after her May 6 NashvilleNext presentation.
Local high school students share their thoughts on our community's future and spin the NashvilleNext wheel at the Mayor's Youth Summit, April 27, 2013 at the Oasis Center.
His thoughts on revenue and cost issues, and on Nashville's great potential; recorded after his NashvilleNext presentation on April 22, 2013.
Audience members share their thoughts after William Fulton's NashvilleNext presentation on April 22.
Nearly 50 neighborhood leaders from across the Nashville area gathered at the West Precinct to learn about NashvilleNext and how their communities can get involved.
Audience members share their thoughts after Professor Dunham-Jones' presentation at Scarritt-Bennett Center on April 8, 2013.
Excerpts from a conversation with Professor Dunham-Jones after her NashvilleNext presentation at Scarritt-Bennett Center on April 8, 2013.
Thoughts from audience members who heard Doug Farr's comments on sustainable urbanism and community livability at Scarritt-Bennett Center on March 25
Dr. Cisneros discusses NashvilleNext with Marcela Gomez, president of Hispanic Marketing Group and one of NashvilleNext's community connectors.
Community members' comments after Dr. Henry Cisneros' NashvilleNext presentation on March 11, 2013.
Community members' thoughts after Mitchell Silver's NashvilleNext presentation, February 25, 2013
American Planning Assn. president Mitchell Silver says that households are becoming smaller and the population is aging - "our two biggest dynamics" in city planning.
American Planning Assn. president Mitchell Silver says Nashville is headed in the "right direction" on planning issues, and offers advice on continuing that positive path.
American Planning Assn. president Mitchell Silver explains why coming demographic change cannot be ignored.
American Planning Association president Mitchell Silver offers some suggestions for how Nashville might approach future growth and progress.
Comments by Parris Glendening of Smart Growth America after his presentation at the NashvilleNext launch event on Feb. 16, 2013
We're building a plan for Metro Nashville's next quarter-century, and you're invited to participate! Here's how you can get involved.
Members of the NashvilleNext Community Engagement Committee share their thoughts on why we should all participate in the formation of a new General Plan