Are you planning a move to South Nashville? We specialize in helping folks move it to or from the Antioch, La Vergne, Priest Lake, Smyrna, South Nashville, Woodbine areas of South Nashville every day but if you’re planning on relocating to this area here some advice you might want to take.

MovingRelocation Tips for South Nashville

Be prepared

start planning right away as soon as you know you’re going to move to this area. Get together all of your school records, medical records, identification information, and important documents and keep them all in one place. When you move, keep them with you rather than in a box for the movers. Here’s a list of some documents to keep on hand:

  • Moving and relocation receipts
  • Drivers license, Social Security cards, and passports
  • Marriage, divorce, and birth certificates
  • Any medical information
  • Housing information including insurance and inventory
  • School and employment records
  • Vehicle documents

Take inventory

The key to a successful move is knowing exactly what’s going on so it’s important to take inventory with your smartphone or computer recording the items, description, and condition of everything in your home. You can even download free home inventory software Ready.gov or you can ask your insurance company for an inventory app recommendation.

South Nashville Resources:

https://www.nashville.gov/Live/Utilities.aspx – Governmental and Franchised Utilities

Metro Water Services

Nashville Electrical and Power

Utilities in Davidson County:

Nashville Electric Service (NES)

Metro Water Services

Vehicle Registration

Voter Registration

Registering in Williamson County (Brentwood and Franklin area)

Utilities in Williamson County

Middle Tennessee Electric Membership Corporation (MTEMC)

Water

Franklin

Hillsboro, Burwood, & Thompson’s Station (H.B.&T.S. Utility District)

Nolensville College Grove Utility District

Mallory Valley Utility District

Vehicle Registration

Voter Registration

Tennessee Driver’s License Information