SNAP (South Nashville Action People) - SNAP represents an area near the sate fairgrounds that is bounded by Chestnut St, Fourth Ave South, Wedgewood, and Eighth Ave South. SNAP began in 1980 and has accomplished a great deal in that time. Some of SNAP's accomplishments are:

Presently, SNAP is working to strengthen its Community Watch, continue its health organizing work, encourage new housing development, and improve the police presence in the area.

TAG (Trimble Action Group) - The TAG neighborhood has also been known as "Cameron-Trimble" and is that area between Fourth Ave South, I-40, Lafayette St, and Brown's Creek. The area includes St. Patrick's Catholic Church, Seay-Hubbard United Methodist Church, the original site of Meharry Medical College, Cameron School and much more. TAG began in 1997 and has:

  • Fought zoning changes that would threaten its residential neighborhood;
  • Done "neighborhood audits" that focused the attention of Metro Codes and other city departments on neighborhood conditions;
  • Worked with the Metro Planning Department and the Nashville Civic Design Center to develop a "neighborhood plan" and an even more concrete vision for the neighborhood;
  • Partnered with the Metro Development and Housing Agency in planning for the use of ,000 in federal Community development funds in the area.

TAG is continuing to fight for the redevelopment of its area, especially in preserving existing housing and in encouraging single-family homes to be built on the many vacant lots in the neighborhood.