As a result of the damage, Metro Nashville Public Schools will be closed March 3, according to the school district. MNPS offices will also be closed.
Additionally, all Metro Nashville offices will be closed today, according to the Nashville Office of Emergency Management.
Any voter in Davidson County whose polling location has been impacted by the storm can vote at the Davidson County Election Commission offices at 1417 Murfreesboro Pike or 800 Second Ave. S. Here are the other polling location changes:
Voters in Davidson County who are registered to vote at the following locations may vote at Donelson Presbyterian Church:
Dupont Tyler School
Hermitage Hills Baptist Church
Hermitage Community Center
TN School for the Blind
Two Rivers Middle School
Voters in Davidson County who are registered to vote at the following locations may vote at Pearl Cohn High School:
Hadley Park Community Center
Robert Churchwell Elementary School
Centennial Park Art Center
Fifteenth Ave. Baptist
Union Hall 737
Watkins Community Center
Voters in Davidson County who are registered to vote at the following locations may vote at Cleveland Community Center:
Ross Elementary School
East Community Center
Shelby Community Center
Cora Howe School
Haynes Middle School will vote at Whites Creek Fire Station No. 25.
Looby Community Center will vote at Northwest YMCA.
Lead Brick Church Middle School will vote at Bellshire Elementary School.
Although public schools are closed March 3, the interview with director of schools candidate Rod Richmond will not be rescheduled, according to school board Chair Anna Shepherd. The interview, which begins at 4 p.m., is one of five scheduled this week for the five semifinalists for the district's open position for the director of schools.