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Nashville-Davidson is located in the north-central part of Tennessee along the Cumberland River in the northwestern part of the Nashville Basin.

The humid, subtropical climate of the city generally produces mild winters and hot summers. Springtime is prone to severe thunderstorms that have been known to bring damaging tornadoes.

With a consolidated city-county government, Nashville-Davidson has seven smaller municipalities in a two-tier system. Due to the relatively low cost of living, Nashville-Davidson has a high population of immigrants with a high prevalence of Mexicans, Kurds, Vietnamese, Cambodians, and Arabs. While the city tends to be accepting of minority groups, clashes do occur along ethnic and socio-economic lines. Nashville-Davidson is also seeking to crack down on illegal immigration, a major problem in recent years.

The economy of Nashville-Davidson is based on health care, music, publishing, banking and transportation. It is also a major educational center as the home to many colleges and universities. The city is also known as the home of country music with music recording and production largely concentrated in an area known as Music Row.

Property crime levels in Nashville-Davidson tend to be higher than state and national averages with high numbers of reported larceny theft, burglary and motor vehicle theft. Violent crime levels are even higher coming in far above state and national averages.
Crime and Fatal Accident Statistics (2008)
Fatal Accidents Cars Involved People Involved Pedestrian Accidents Caused by DUI/DWI Auto Thefts (2007)
67 n/a 72 13 n/a 2257
City Driving
Pop increase from commuters Avg. commute time
+106,202 23.3 minutes
Avg. rainfall Avg. Temp (annual)
50.8 inches rain 6.6 inches snow Jan. 36.8F, July 79.1F (59F)
Transportation
Major Highways
  • Nashville-Davidson is accessible by a number of roads including US Highways 31, 41 and 70 as well as State Highways 45, 155, 253, and 255.
  • In addition, the area is accessible by freeways I-24, I-40, I-440, I-65 and I-840
Total no. of bridges Total length Avg. daily traffic Avg. daily truck traffic
1148 29764ft 40063332 2819215
Airports
  • Nashville International Airport
Trains
Passenger rail service is provided by Amtrak.
Public Transportation
The Nashville Metropolitan Authority (MTA) provides buses and paratransit and services the whole of Davidson County.
Facts and Figures
Population (2009) Male Female Change since 2000 Living/Working Area in Sq. Miles
605,473
48.4%
51.6%
+11% 229,632 473.3
Zip Codes
37013, 37072, 37076, 37115, 37122, 37138, 37164, 37167, 37201, 37203, 37204, 37205, 37206, 37207, 37208, 37209, 37210, 37211, 37212, 37214, 37215, 37216, 37217, 37219, 37220, 37221
Arenas/Sport Teams
  • Bridgestone Arena/Nashville Predators (NHL)
  • LP Field/Tennessee Titans (NFL)

Contact the City

http://www.nashville.gov

Complaints and Insurance Fraud

Insurance companies usually have processes for customers to report fraud and submit complaints. If your company doesn't have a reporting system or fraud hotline, contact its headquarters.

If you've witnessed or are a victim of insurance fraud in Nashville-Davidson, you should report it to the following organizations:
  • Nashville-Davidson Better Business Bureau (BBB)
  • Tennessee Department of Insurance
  • Tennessee Attorney General
  • Coalition Against Insurance Fraud (CAIF)
  • National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC)
  • Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)
  • National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB)