Caldwell-Abbay Hall means: Beautiful homes and active neighbors.
Next Meeting: We are postponing our regular quarterly meeting from Saturday, January 19, 2019 to Monday evening, January 28, 2019, at 6:30 pm. We will be meeting at Norman Binkley School. This change was necessary to accommodate Mayor Briley's schedule. As it turns out Governor Lee's inauguration falls on our Saturday meeting day

Next brush pick-up is March 21 2019.

Welcome to Caldwell-Abbay Hall

Welcome to Caldwell-Abbay Hall Neighborhood Association! We enjoy quiet residential streets, but we can hear an occasional monkey or flamingo from the zoo to our north. We celebrate the diversity of our neighbors: some of us have just bought our first home, others have lived here for 50 years; we are black and white, Kurdish and Hispanic. We are musicians, students, accountants, teachers, medical professionals, and more. Most of us like to garden a bit and we'll give you tips on what grows well here as you walk or drive by. We love to walk our dogs, jog and ride bikes on our safe streets. We are a mile from the interstate, 7 miles from Vandy, and less than 10 miles from downtown.

The CAHNA is working hard to help preserve what we love about living here and to help make improvements that will benefit all of us. Attending the quarterly meetings gives you an opportunity to get to know some of your neighbors better, learn something new, and get involved in making our neighborhood better. We are well attended by our local council and state representatives who provide us with updates on state and local government changes. In 2010 we helped restock the clothes closet at Norman Binkley Elementary School. We look forward to continuing our support of this neighborhood school.

Ellen Britton preforming at CAHNA Block party

School District


Our School district is district 7. The official site for Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools is here. Our elementary school is Norman Binkley Elementary (pre K-4th grade). The middle school is Croft Middle Design Center, and John Overton is the High School for our district.
Caldwell Abbay Hall Neighborhood brick and stone sign


No Knock List

You can now register at to have your address added to Metro's new No Knock list to reduce unwanted solicitation. In Davidson County, any company conducting residential door-to-door solicitation of any goods, wares, merchandise, or services must first apply for a solicitation permit with the Metropolitan Clerk's Office. These permits are valid for two years. They must check the list an cannot knock on your door if your are on the list. See full details at

Citizens Rights

You have the right to ask a solicitor for their identification badge. An owner or lawful occupant may register their property for the "no knock list". The address will be on the registry for 365 days.

Drinking Water Report

We are pleased to deliver our 2017 Consumer Confidence Report, which shows your water meets or exceeds all of the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) health standards and all state and federal requirements.
Read the report at 2017 Nashville Drinking Water Report

Mural at Mama Mia's
February 2009

CAHNA wins Neighborhood Watch Award

On Thursday, March 12, 2015 in collaboration with the Mayor's Office of Neighborhoods held a press conference to acknowledge several neighborhoods for different accomplishments. We are proud to share that CALDWELL ABBAY HALL NA was acknowledged as "Strongest Neighborhood Watch Program".
Thank you to each and every neighbor who helps keep our neighborhood safe and a great place to live.