Nashville residents are invited to share the holiday spirit by decorating their homes and yards for the Metro Beautification and Environment Commission’s 26th annual Holiday Lights Competition.
The contest is sponsored by Mayor Karl Dean, Metro Public Works, Metro Beautification and Environment Commission, Nashville Electric Service and NewsChannel 5.
The Holiday Lights Competition is open to all residents of Davidson County, and awards are made in each of the 35 Council districts. Five regional winners and one countywide winner will be selected.
The deadline for entering is Wednesday, November 27.
All lights must be on by 6 pm from Monday, December 2 through Friday, December 6 for judging.
Homes are judged according to their holiday designs, originality and use of environmental elements such as LED lighting, nature themes, or including recycled items in their display.