Tonya Hancock for Metro Council District 9


District 9 – Madison

The Metropolitan Council is the legislative authority of The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County, a city-county consolidated government created on April 1, 1963.

The Council is a 40-member body of elected representatives of which 35 are elected by district and 5 are elected at-large, or county-wide.  The presiding officer is the Vice Mayor, who is elected at-large by the citizens of Nashville and Davidson County. Members are elected to serve a term of four years.

By Charter the regular meetings of the Council are held on the first and third Tuesdays of every month.  The meetings are held in the David Scobey Council Chamber in the Historic Metro Courthouse, One Public Square in downtown Nashville.  All meetings are open to the public.

Councilor Tonya Hancock has been assigned to the following committees during her service:

  • Codes, Fair, and Farmers Market Committee
  • Education Committee
  • Parks, Library, Arts, and Recreation Committee, Vice-Chair
  • Special Committee on Council Health Benefits Reduction, Chair
  • Special Committee on School Supplies and Textbooks, Chair
  • Government Operations and Regulations Committee, Chair
  • Rules, Confirmations, and Public Elections Commissions
  • Public Facilities, Arts, and Culture Committee

Councilor Hancock also has served as:

  • Metro Action Commissioner
  • Metro Council Liaison to MNPS Parent Advisory Council
  • Public Records Commissioner
  • Sustainability Stewardship Advisory Committee
  • Greenways Commissioner

Improve Public Education

Promote Clean and Safe Neighborhoods

Invest in Parks and Open Spaces