Greater Bordeaux initiative

We are excited to announce that we will be launching a new initiative to focus our home improvement and community revitalization efforts in Nashville’s Greater Bordeaux community! In partnership with the Barnes Fund for Affordable Housing, Wells Fargo and other community partners, this multi-year initiative will involve a combination of home improvements and neighborhood revitalization efforts that will be responsive to local neighborhood needs and desires.

Within the communities of Greater Bordeaux (see map below), we will continue to serve households through our Safe and Healthy Home Improvement Program (SHHIP), completing home repairs for homeowners. In addition, we plan to work with community partners to identify and implement community improvement projects. If you’re interested in learning more about our application process and eligibility for our home repair services, please visit our “Get Help” page. If you live in the communities of Greater Bordeaux, fill out the Homeowner Interest Form linked below.

We anticipate starting the application process for homeowners in early 2020. In the meantime, please explore the below links to get involved. We invite homeowners who live in the area to share basic information with us though our Greater Bordeaux Homeowner Interest Form. Responses will help us establish an application and project timeline. And we are eager to hear your thoughts about the communities of Greater Bordeaux! Please take our community survey below and sign up for our mailing list to stay in touch.

To have Rebuilding Together come and speak to your community group, please call our office at 615-297-3955 or email us at rtnashville@gmail.com.


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Homeowner Interest Form


Rebuilding Together defines the Greater Bordeaux community as those neighborhoods north of the Cumberland River, east and south of Briley Parkway and west of I-24/I-65.

Rebuilding Together defines the Greater Bordeaux community as those neighborhoods north of the Cumberland River, east and south of Briley Parkway and west of I-24/I-65.