Public Participation

Community Advisory Panel


Public Involvement/Participation 

"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


  • Beverly Goodwin
  • Rose Baker
  • Paul Davis
  • Mike Bertotti
  • Greg Edrington
  • Warren Garrett


Minutes are available following approval.
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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.

Adopt-a-Street Introduction Information (PDF) 

How to Adopt-a-Street

Goodlettsville’s Adopt-a-Street contact:

215 Cartwright St.

Goodlettsville, TN 37072


Check out these documents to learn more about the Adopt-a-Street program:

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

adopt a street picture

Stream Clean-Ups

Recent Clean-Ups include:

Mansker's Creek - April 2019

See photos & event totals

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!