Community News

  • Southside Catalyst Fund: We Need Your Feedback!

    Southside Catalyst Fund: We Need Your Feedback!

    Calling all neighbors! We need your help to review the Southside Catalyst Fund proposal passed to MCA leadership earlier this week. The SCF is supposed to lead the strategic coordination of capital for investments in south Atlanta, particularly around the Turner Field communities (including the Mechanicsville neighborhood). It’s also supposed to focus on promoting equitable development […]
  • 2017 National Night Out

    2017 National Night Out

    Please join NPU-V neighbors for festivities at the 2017 National Night Out celebration. The NPU-V event will be hosted by the Peoplestown community at Four Corners Park (1040 Crew Street SE). There will be: FREE school supplies for kids! Senior Bingo with Prizes! (Ages 62+)! FREE Food! Performance by Jbradfordco, Live DJ, Moon Bounce & Train Rides […]
  • 21st Mechanicsville Community Reunion!

    21st Mechanicsville Community Reunion!

    The 21st Mechanicsville Community Reunion will be held on Saturday, August 12th! There will be fun activities for the whole community, especially youth and seniors! Come out and meet your neighbors–past, present, and future! Location: Rosa L. Burney Park Date: August 12, 2017 Time: 9:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m. Reunion festivities will include a Prayer Breakfast which will be held on August 5, 2017 at […]
  • August Mechanicsville Civic Association Meeting!

    August Mechanicsville Civic Association Meeting!

    Please join us this week for our monthly Mechanicsville Civic Association meeting, Monday, August 7th at 6:30 PM. The meeting is moved from Monday to Wednesday due to the Independence Day holiday. The meeting will be held at the Dunbar Recreation Center, Room 207, located at 477 Windsor St SW, Atlanta, GA 30312. We hope to see you there! For more […]
  • Mechanicsville Project and Educational Tour

    Mechanicsville Project and Educational Tour

    The Gpp Foundation is a Mechanicsville-based nonprofit that is seeking to positively impact people’s lives in the community. Gpp Foundation has launched a faith-based initiative called The Mechanicsville Project which aims to support residents by offering to help community members an opportunity to learn job skills from trained volunteers.  In support of this initiative, they […]
  • New Mechanicsville Civic Association Board Elected!

    New Mechanicsville Civic Association Board Elected!

    Introducing your 2017 Mechanicsville Civic Association Board! Jane Ridley, President Jason S. Dozier, Vice President Ocie Fulford, Parliamentarian Deborah Arnold, Secretary Geoffrey Grice, Treasurer Doristine Samuel, Chaplain Steve Moss, Communications Chair Congratulations everyone!

Special thanks to our neighbors Charlotte LoPrete and Raquel Jackson, along with the fine folks at Steele Technology Partners.  Without them, this would not have been possible.