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Cookies and Storytime with Santa 

Saturday, December 9

 3-4:30 PM

At the Raintree Forest Clubhouse

All Raintree Forest families are welcome. Please RSVP to by December 5 if you will attend. Include names and ages of children.

Santa will meet and talk to each child beginning at 3 PM. Children are welcome to bring their Christmas letters/lists to give to Santa. You are welcome to take photos.

As time permits, Santa will read a special book to all.

  • Worked with city to install caution lights for round-about

  • Replaced damaged water fountain with a fountain-bottle filler hybrid

  • Updated fine policy

  • Updated website

  • Replaced gutters and Fascia at pool house and cabana

  • Replaced locks in pool bathrooms with smart locks

  • Replaced lighting in bathrooms

  • Grinding  down of bathroom doors so they close properly

  • Snaked backwash drain to ensure no backups

  • Installed new router and built sun cover for Tennis court entry system

  • Power washed tennis courts and pool deck

Yard of the Month Committee Volunteers Needed. 

Do you have ideas for community events or would you like to serve on a Social Committee?

Calling all babysitters, pet sitters, house sitters...

Do you or your teenager offer a service that we can share with other Raintree residents on our residents only web page?


Something on your mind? The RTF board meets at least once each month. If you have questions or concerns and would like to bring them to the board... 



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About Raintree Forest

Raintree Forest is like no other community in Brentwood, Tennessee. It was purposefully designed as a sanctuary for wildlife and homeowners alike, with many homes backing up to the woods. We're close to everything, but you wouldn't know it from the inside. 

Deer and other animals walk the neighborhood undisturbed, while families enjoy biking, playing on the playgrounds, swimming, playing tennis, and walking their pets close by.

When we want excitement, we bring it! Food trucks visit our neighborhood on Friday evenings, community events bring neighbors together for holidays and other special celebrations, and we've been known to host a competitive and super fun chili cook-off from time to time! 

We have a nice blend of original homeowners and newer families who moved to the area for Williamson County's top-rated public schools. 

Crockett Park is less than 5 minutes away, and the trailhead our walking path connects with will lead you right to it. 

We are a 10-minute drive to the heart of Brentwood, Cool Springs, and Interstate 65. 

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