Please join us tonight at 7:30pm to hear more about Policing Alternatives & Diversion Initiative, new neighborhood developments, and the BeltLine Rail Now!

Here are some updates from the Atlanta Department of Transportation regarding the protected bike lane along Cherokee Avenue as part of the Mayor’s Action Plan for Safer Streets.

Atlanta’s wildest beer festival tradition is back with the return of Brew at the Zoo. Following a hiatus in 2020, the signature event is back on tap with a few updates in place for 2021 only, including four chances to attend this summer. Tickets are now available for June 25; Friday, July 23; and Friday, August 27.

They will be voted for approval at this month's General Meeting.

An SSD (Special Service District) is a tax district where commercial and multi-family property owners in the Atlanta BeltLine Planning Area pay slightly more in property taxes to fund the Atlanta BeltLine trail completion. Single family homeowners are not part of the district. 
As this affects more than half of Grant Park, we urge you to learn and understand more.

Get your sunburst... or one for a new neighbor! This 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 and businesses. Sunbursts are pre-painted and homeowners are encouraged to add their house numbers.

Check this out if you'd like to order one ... or two... or three. They do make nice gifts for new (and old) neighbors as well!

Please contact committee members if you'd like to attend their scheduled meetings remotely. You can find their contact info here.

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.

Kroger will donate money to GPNA, now you must annually renew your Plus Card! Also select Grant Park Neighborhood Association Inc @AmazonSmile.
In the first days of the revitalization of the Grant Park neighborhood, when only a handful of people envisioned the potential of this urban neighborhood, the Association to Revive Grant Park (ARGP) was formed. ARGP, begun in 1973, was the largest of three civic organizations in the neighborhood. The association’s purpose was to help preserve and promote Grant Park as a viable community. In 1975, ARGP was incorporated as a non-profit organization. In the late 1980's the name was changed to the Grant Park Neighborhood Association (GPNA).
 
 
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Monday Jun 21, 2021
NPU-W Transportation Committee Meeting 7 PM to 8 PM Ongoing until Mar 15, 2027
Neighborhood Planning Unit W (NPU-W)
Wednesday Jun 23, 2021
NPU-W General Body Meeting 7:30 PM Ongoing until Oct 26, 2022
Neighborhood Planning Unit W (NPU-W)
Thursday Jun 24, 2021
GPNA Land Use and Zoning Meeting 7 PM to 8:30 PM Ongoing until May 26, 2022
Grant Park Neighborhood Association
Friday Jun 25, 2021
BREW AT THE ZOO IS BACK! 5:30 PM to 8:30 PM at Zoo Atlanta Ongoing until Aug 27, 2021
Zoo Atlanta
Saturday Jun 26, 2021
2021 Summer Youth Flag Football League 8 AM to 2 PM Ongoing until Jul 18, 2021
N Zone Sports Decatur
Monday Jun 28, 2021
Homes and History Monthly Meeting 7 PM to 8 PM Ongoing until Jun 22, 2026