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The Mothball is an annual costume party and fundraiser for the Grant Park Neighborhood Association. Tickets available now!

This was never the plan, but 2/3 of the Beltline may forever move forward without transit. That’s because MARTA is only committing to one third of the long-promised project in the More MARTA plan – a $2.5 billion list of projects to help the urban core of Atlanta manage incredible growth over the next 40 years. Worse, MARTA has offered no commitment to other funding or timing to close the 22-mile loop of transit. That means that the majority of the Beltline’s 45 neighborhoods will not see the project’s long-promised outcomes – at least not in our lifetimes. Think about it – two thirds of the fastest gentrifying communities in Atlanta will continue to grow, but they won’t have transit to help manage mounting traffic, new density, and other kinds of change – even though the promise of transit is why they supported the Atlanta Beltline in the first place. It’s not too late to change MARTA’s mind and get the entire Beltline prioritized so that all three thirds get to benefit.

Park Pride and the Grant Park Conservancy invite you to participate, share your thoughts, and help develop concepts for the park through Park Pride’s Park Visioning process. Your opinion is critical to the success of this much-loved and valued greenspace. Join Park Pride for the presentation of the final historic SE quadrant of Grant Park conceptual design at The Circus School on Saturday, September 22 from 9 – 10 a.m.

"Let’s build the entire Atlanta Beltline – a clear concept with a long history of broad, inclusive objectives that are critical to achieving that vision." #BeltlineRailNow #TwoThirdsNotServed

The City of Atlanta is divided into twenty-five Neighborhood Planning Units (NPUs), which are citizen advisory councils that make recommendations to the Mayor and City Council on zoning, land use, special events and other planning issues.

Get your sunburst... Everybody is doing it! This unofficial symbol of the neighborhood has been quite popular through the years as evidenced by the number of them that you see hanging from Grant Park homes. Sunbursts are pre-painted in yellow and blue and homeowners are encouraged to add their street addresses.

Kroger will donate money to GPNA, now you must annually renew your Plus Card! Also select Grant Park Neighborhood Association Inc @AmazonSmile.
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Monday Sep 24, 2018
Grant Park Homes and History Committee Meeting 7 PM to 8:30 PM at Atlanta Preservation Center Ongoing until Jun 22, 2020
GPNA Technology Committee Meeting 8 PM to 9:30 PM at Dakota Blue Ongoing until Nov 23, 2020
Wednesday Sep 26, 2018
Joint NPU-W and GPNA Public Safety Committee Meeting 6:30 PM to 7:30 PM at Village Church of East Atlanta Ongoing until Oct 26, 2022
Grant Park Neighborhood Association
NPU-W Transportation Committee Meeting 6:30 PM to 7:30 PM at Village Church of East Atlanta Ongoing until Oct 26, 2022
Neighborhood Planning Unit W (NPU-W)
NPU-W General Body Meeting 7:30 PM at Village Church of East Atlanta Ongoing until Oct 26, 2022
Neighborhood Planning Unit W (NPU-W)
Thursday Sep 27, 2018
SEACS Meeting 7 PM to 8 PM at Maynard Jackson High School Ongoing until Feb 22, 2024