Welcome to Maplecrest Neighborhood

Donelson / Nashville, TN
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Maplecrest Community Yard Sale: June 1

Maplecrest Community Yard Sale: June 1

Maplecrest community is having yard sales in conjunction with our neighbors in Donelson Hills.

Saturday, June 1 from 8 am to 3 pm

Here’s a map to lead you to all the yard sales in Maplecrest.


March 3, 2020 – Tornado

In the early morning of Tuesday, March 3, 2020, Maplecrest was one of several Middle Tennessee neighborhoods struck by a powerful tornado.  While our Maplecrest community was fortunate that no one was killed or seriously injured, many of our neighbors suffered extensive damage to their homes, carports, garages, outbuildings, vehicles and other property.  Power and service lines were destroyed all over the neighborhood, and we mourn the loss of hundreds of beautiful, mature trees that once graced our post-World War II community.  The Nashville Fire Department responded immediately to help neighbors trapped inside their homes by debris, and MNPD patrolled our community for days to keep us safe.

Within hours of the tornado, neighbors helped neighbors.  Scores of volunteers from near and far mobilized to help our Maplecrest community begin the recovery.  They cut and moved downed trees, cleaned up storm debris, brought us food, drinks, and household goods, and lifted up our spirits during a challenging time.  Mayor John Cooper and our Council Member Jeff Syracuse came to our neighborhood to pledge governmental support and assistance.  Nashville Electric Service linemen and contractors from out-of-state worked tirelessly to restore our power.  All of us in Maplecrest are forever grateful to the volunteers, public servants and businesses that worked so hard to bring some normalcy back into our lives, even though we will experience the effects of this disaster for some time to come.  We have no doubt that our Maplecrest community is stronger today than it was before the tornado struck.

Important Contacts

The MNA Board of Directors and other important contacts for our neighborhood.

Homes Resources

Learn about recent homes that have hit the market in our area.

Maplecrest History

Learn about the more than 70 years of history since our neighborhood’s founding.

Local Guide

We plan to have a section on the website that will be devoted to local businesses. This will be coming soon!

Our Mission & Vision

The Maplecrest Neighborhood Association Aims to Connect Neighbors, Stay Updated on Issues, and Beautify our Neighborhood

We encourage all of our Maplecrest neighbors to get involved whether by running for a position on the board of directors, or simply by attending our meetings and staying abreast on all the current topics and progress we’re making together!

A History of Locals

Maplecrest Neighborhood Began in the early 1950s

Meet some of our residents. Many of whom have lived in Maplecrest since its birth in 1950.

Meet the Animals of Maplecrest

Maplecrest neighborhood has many wooded areas and a large water runoff area behind Stanford Montessori school. This piece of land attracts all sorts of beautiful wildlife and plant life. 

Local Pet DirectoryNative Animals

Maplecrest Neighborhood Blog

The Latest News & Updates

MPC – August 22, 2019

 Metro Planning Commission The Metro Planning Commission met Thursday evening, August 22, 2019. A public hearing was held on the Selma development. MNA President Jeannine Huber presented the neighborhood's arguments concerning the development. After the...

MNA Membership Meeting – August 19, 2019

The Maplecrest Neighborhood Association Meeting Minutes Monday, August 19, 2019 The members met at St. Philip’s Episcopal Church. Forty residents attended. The meeting was called to order at 6PM by President Jeanine Huber. The MNA has moved the bank account to...

Aerial Development Update

At the MNA membership meeting in April, the Maplecrest neighborhood voted “no” on Aerial’s plan to rezone vacant land on Selma from its current RS20 zoning (20,000 sq. ft lots) to SP District in order to build 10 homes on lots much smaller than 20,000 sq....