The Atlanta Bicycle Coalition is developing a new strategic plan this year. To do that successfully, we’re seeking input from our members and the broader community. We have conducted interviews and focus groups – and now are gathering further input via this brief survey.
This survey is anonymous and should only take seven minutes to complete.
Insights from this survey will inform the agenda at a Community Discussion to be held Tuesday, August 6 from 6-8 pm at the M. Rich Building in Downtown Atlanta. We hope you will join us! Please use this link to RSVP. This fall, we will begin drafting the plan and will ask for further input from you then.
Thank you for taking time to respond to this brief survey. We appreciate your candid feedback and your ongoing support for our organization!
To take the survey, please click here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/9Z68GPK
The City of Atlanta Department of City Planning and the Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. teamed up to coordinate two master planning efforts – West End Livable Centers Initiative (WELCI) and the Atlanta BeltLine Subarea 1 (SA-1) Master Plan updates. The updates represent the collective vision, policies and strategies that will guide future growth and development in the study area. We seek your input through this community survey to help understand community needs and craft a vision that will improve mobility, promote economic development, and encourage a better quality of life for all. The study area boundary is shown in the map below.
Please click the following link to access the survey: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfuZekWruu92a5xzaLC4htjMNKaQTYDI4wCxRVS4NrzNtlSww/viewform
The City of Atlanta Department of Watershed Management invites you to attend the South River Stormwater Roadshow – An Informational Open House
Tuesday, July 30, 2019
6:30 – 8:00 p.m.
Rosel Fann Recreation Center
365 Cleveland Ave SE, Atlanta, GA 30354
This Roadshow – focused on the South River watershed – is the fourth of seven Open House events designed to engage the public about stormwater issues. The goal of the Open House is to listen to the community and gather feedback about the Department’s stormwater program and projects. Attendees will also have the opportunity to learn about stormwater. Come and let your voice be heard. The DWM stormwater team and community partners will be on hand to discuss current and future programs, and how to be good stewards of the watersheds. We will listen to YOU about the impact of stormwater in your community. Light refreshments will be provided.
For more information, contact Todd Gleaton, Public Information Officer at 404-884-5190 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.atlantawatershed.org/stormwaterroadshow
Come out and support our Dunbar Broncos as they take on the Pittman Panthers. The match up will take place at Pittman Park Rec Center (950 Garibaldi St. SW, Atlanta, GA 30310) on Saturday, August 3rd at 10am-4am. Come out and support our kids!
Date: July 10, 2019
Media Contact: Timothy Ezell, Director of Court Administration and Court Support Services
For Immediate Release: July 10, 2019
ABANDONED MOTOR VEHICLES INFORMATIONAL SESSION
COMPREHENSIVE CHANGES TO THE AMV LAWS, EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 1, 2019
The Fulton County Magistrate Court will update stakeholders on legislative changes to the Abandoned Motor Vehicles process on July 19, 2019 at 1:00 P.M. in the Judge Romae T. Powell Juvenile Justice Center, room 1132/33, Atlanta, Georgia 30303.
The Georgia Legislature reformed the current Abandoned Motor Vehicles Statutes with legislation effective September 1, 2019. These sweeping changes will modify court practices.
Whether you identify as law enforcement, towing company, repair facility or owner of a car deemed abandoned, this session will inform your decisions under the new law. The Fulton County Magistrate Court will present changes in the AMV law, as well as the rights and responsibilities of the parties involved in AMV proceedings.
There will be a special election on September 17, 2019 for Atlanta Board of Education District 2 to fill the remainder of our school board representative, Byron Amos’ term. Here are your candidates who will appear on the ballot for that election. Candidates appear below in the order in which they qualified:
- Chadd Jonesmith
- Paula Kupersmith
- Keisha Carey
- Aretta Baldon
- Will Chandler
- Nathaniel Dyer
- Davida Huntley
- Ed Johnson
- Christopher Brown
ABOE D2 encompasses Atlanta City Council Districts 3 and 4. This means that only Mechanicsville residents living north of Dodd Ave will be able to vote in this election. Here’s the entire ABOE D2 map.
You can learn more about the election and the candidates here: http://citycouncil.atlantaga.gov/council-divisions/municipal-clerk/2019-city-of-atlanta-special-election
The Guild’s 2019 Community Wealth Building Business Accelerator is a unique business advancement program for existing minority-owned small businesses seeking to open or retain a brick and mortar retail location in the Atlanta area.
Accelerate Southside is a two-part pilot program comprised of an immersive business accelerator training offered by The Guild (2019 Community Wealth Building Business Accelerator) + Invest Atlanta (Commercial Down Payment Assistance Program).
With a focus on the 30-acre Pittsburgh yards site located on the Atlanta BeltLine, the program will support minority entrepreneurs interested in purchasing a shipping container to locate at the Pittsburgh Yards Shipping Container Garden.
The deadline to apply is JULY 15th!
Accelerate Southside One-Pager
Guild Accelerator Flyer
For more information: https://www.theguild.community/community-wealth-accelerator