Socket kicked off an exciting new initiative that provides behind-the-scenes tours to Metro employees.
On August 1, with the summer sun high, Music City Solar plugged in.
On October 3, Mayor Briley, U.S. Senator Bill Frist, M.D., Rev. Sanders and campaign partners planted a tulip poplar tree at the Metropolitan Interdenominational Church in North Nashville.
For the second year in a row, Metro Department of General Services brought home honors from the U.S. Green Building Council at its annual IMPACT Tennessee awards ceremony.
Nearly 1,000 conference attendees from across the country had the opportunity to learn about Nashville’s Socket outreach program.
Socket has been busy making the rounds at fun and educational events all about town.
Stay informed about current sustainability happenings within Metro, and find out how you can be involved.
As the winter holidays draw closer, look for Socket to make appearances at the Metro Christmas Tree Lighting on Nov 30th and the annual Nashville Christmas Parade on Dec 1st.