Nashville Zip Code Directory

Davidson County

  • 37201 Downtown Nashville: The heart of Nashville with landmarks like the Ryman Auditorium, Nissan Stadium, and the Country Music Hall of Fame. A hub for music lovers and the central business district, offering a vibrant nightlife and a plethora of dining options.
  • 37203 Edgehill / Music Row / The Gulch / West End Circle / Wedgewood: Known for Music Row, the epicenter of Nashville’s music industry, and The Gulch, a trendy neighborhood with upscale restaurants and shopping. Vanderbilt University, a major employer, is nearby in the West End.
  • 37204 12 South / Belmont / Lipscomb / Green Hills / Oak Hill / Edgehill: Features a mix of residential areas and bustling commercial zones. 12 South is a trendy area with boutiques and eateries, while Green Hills is known for its upscale shopping mall.
  • 37205 Belle Meade / West End / West Meade: Belle Meade, famous for the Belle Meade Plantation, is one of the city’s most luxurious neighborhoods. The area is also known for its high-end real estate and proximity to Percy Warner Park, a large city park.
  • 37206 East Nashville / Lockeland Springs: A haven for artists and musicians, known for its eclectic dining scene, vintage shops, and vibrant murals. Lockeland Springs is a historic neighborhood with charming Victorian homes.
  • 37207 North Nashville / Dickerson Pike: An area experiencing revitalization, with new businesses and housing developments. Known for its historic African American culture and arts scene.
  • 37208 Germantown: A historic neighborhood known for its Victorian architecture and vibrant food scene. Home to the Nashville Farmers’ Market and the Tennessee State Museum.
  • 37209 Charlotte Park / Sylvan Heights / Sylvan Park / The Nations: Residential areas with a growing number of cafes, bars, and boutiques. The Nations is rapidly developing with new homes and businesses.
  • 37210 Briley Parkway / South Nashville / Spence Lane / Sterling Heights / Woodbine: An industrial and residential area known for its diverse community and international markets. Close to the Nashville Fairgrounds and the Nashville Zoo.
  • 37211 Bradford Hills / Brentioch / Cane Ridge / Crieve Hall: Suburban neighborhoods with a mix of residential housing, parks, and local businesses. Known for its schools and family-friendly environment.
  • 37212 Belmont / Hillsboro Village / Music Row / Vanderbilt: A mix of residential areas and commercial zones with a collegiate vibe, thanks to Vanderbilt University. Hillsboro Village is known for its independent shops and the historic Belcourt Theatre.
  • 37214 Airport / Donelson: Home to the Nashville International Airport and the Grand Ole Opry. A family-friendly area with access to the Stones River Greenway and Opry Mills shopping mall.
  • 37215 Belle Meade / Forest Hills / Green Hills: Upscale areas with high-end shopping, golf courses, and the Warner Parks. Known for luxurious homes and well-regarded schools.
  • 37216 Inglewood: A neighborhood with a suburban feel, known for its affordable housing, local shops, and access to Shelby Bottoms Greenway.
  • 37217 Briley Parkway / Edge-o-Lake / Priest Lake: Near the airport with a mix of residential and commercial development. Priest Lake offers outdoor recreation opportunities.
  • 37218 Bordeaux: Overlooks the Cumberland River, known for its spacious parks and the Bordeaux Library. A community with a rich history and affordable housing.
  • 37219 Central Business District / Downtown: The commercial heart of Nashville with high-rise office buildings, condos, and historic sites like the Tennessee State Capitol.
  • 37220 Crieve Hall / North Brentwood / Oak Hill: Known for its mid-century homes, strong community feel, and proximity to Radnor Lake State Park.
  • 37221 Bellevue: A suburban area with a mix of shopping, dining, and access to the Harpeth River, ideal for families and outdoor enthusiasts.
  • 37013 Antioch / Cane Ridge: A diverse, rapidly growing suburb known for affordable housing, commercial developments, and a strong community vibe. The area offers a variety of amenities and is attractive to families and young professionals.
  • 37072 Goodlettsville: Offers a mix of suburban living and historical sites, with antique shops, parks, and the historic Mansker’s Station. It provides a small-town atmosphere near Nashville.
  • 37076 Hermitage: Features historical landmarks like The Hermitage, ample green spaces, and a variety of housing options. It’s a suburban neighborhood with growing retail and business sectors.
  • 37115 Madison: A revitalizing area with a diverse housing market, retail growth, and community centers like the historic Amqui Station and Madison Park.
  • 37138 Old Hickory: Known for its historic village, proximity to Old Hickory Lake, and a mix of old and new housing, maintaining a quaint, community-focused environment.

      Williamson County

      • Arrington (37014): Known for its rural beauty, vineyards, and luxurious estates, offering a serene and upscale countryside living.
      • Brentwood (37027): Affluent suburb with luxury homes, extensive parks, and top-rated schools, known for its high quality of life.
      • College Grove (37046): Offers a blend of rural charm and upscale living, with rolling hills, golf courses, and a quiet, community-focused atmosphere.
      • Fairview (37062): A smaller community with access to large parks and natural areas, providing a quiet, family-friendly environment.
      • Franklin (37064, 37067, 37069): The historic county seat, blending cultural richness with modern amenities, known for its vibrant downtown, historical sites, and annual festivals.
      • Nolensville (37135): Features a small-town vibe with growing residential developments, known for its community spirit and scenic landscapes.
      • Spring Hill (37174): A rapidly growing suburb with a mix of historic sites and modern conveniences, offering diverse housing options and good schools.
      • Thompson’s Station (37179): A quaint town with a rich history and tight-knit community, known for its open spaces, trails, and preservation of natural beauty.



      Wilson County

      • Mount Juliet/Gladeville (37121, 37122): Known as the “City Between The Lakes,” Mount Juliet is rapidly growing, offering extensive shopping, especially at Providence Marketplace, and a suburban lifestyle with close proximity to lakes.
      • Lebanon (37087, 37090): The historic county seat, Lebanon boasts the renowned Wilson County Fair, a vibrant downtown, and a mix of residential and commercial development, reflecting its rich heritage and community focus.
      • Old Hickory (37138): Partly in metropolitan Nashville, this area features waterfront recreation, historic homes, and a unique community identity along the Cumberland River.
      • Watertown (37184): Offers a small-town feel with historic charm, known for its square, antique shops, and hosting unique events like the Jazz Festival.



      Rutherford County

      • LaVergne (37086): Offers outdoor activities near Percy Priest Lake and has a growing industrial base, positioning it as a key employment hub in the region.
      • Murfreesboro (37127, 37128, 37129, 37130): A rapidly expanding city with Middle Tennessee State University, rich Civil War history, and amenities like the Greenway system and The Avenue shopping center.
      • Smyrna (37167): Known for its Nissan manufacturing plant and the historic Sam Davis Home, Smyrna combines industrial strength with historical charm and family-friendly living.



      Sumner County

      • Bethpage (37022): A quiet rural community known for its scenic countryside and agricultural heritage.
      • Cottontown (37048): Offers a peaceful rural setting with historic homes and a close-knit community feel.
      • Gallatin (37066): The county seat, featuring a historic downtown, educational institutions like Vol State Community College, and lakeside leisure at Old Hickory Lake.
      • Goodlettsville (37072): Straddles Davidson and Sumner counties, known for its retail hubs, historic sites, and suburban amenities.
      • Hendersonville (37075): A lakeside city with a rich musical heritage, offering recreational activities on Old Hickory Lake and a variety of housing options.
      • Portland (37148): Celebrated for its Strawberry Festival, Portland offers a blend of agricultural and suburban living with a growing commercial presence.
      • Westmoreland (37186): Known for its rural charm, historical sites, and as a gateway to scenic nature areas.
      • White House (37188): A growing suburb with a balance of residential communities and commercial developments, easy access to Nashville, and a family-friendly atmosphere.



      Maury County

      • Columbia (38401, 38402): Celebrated as the “Mule Capital of the World,” Columbia boasts the annual Mule Day event, the historic James K. Polk Home, and a revitalizing downtown with cultural attractions.
      • Spring Hill (37174): A blend of historical sites and modern expansion, with the Spring Hill Battlefield, rapid suburban growth, and significant employment opportunities, including the General Motors plant.



      Robertson County

      • Greenbrier (37073): A quaint town with a close-knit community, known for its local events and charming downtown area.
      • Springfield (37172): The county seat, offering a historic downtown, the Robertson County History Museum, and a mix of cultural and recreational activities.
      • White House (37188): A fast-growing suburb known for its residential and commercial balance, commuter-friendly location, and the White House Greenway.